Archive for December 2012
As part of the work to build the new Crossrail western ticket hall at Bond Street, contractor Costain Skanska Joint Venture (CSJV) will be maintaining the closure of Gilbert Street between Weighhouse Street and St Anselms Place from the 21 December 2012. Please see the Information Sheet below for further details.
As part of the work to build the new Crossrail western ticket hall a Bond Street, our contractor Costain Skanska Joint Venture has been installing dewatering wells to reduce the water levels in the area as excavation proceeds within the ticket hall. Please see the Information Sheet below for further details:
Prior to the arrival of Crossrail’s Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) in Spring 2013, it is necessary to install shallow datum monitoring equipment close to the tunnel alignment to measure possible settlement in the different depths as it passes beneath the South Molton Lane. The equipment will also be used to monitor any changes that may occur to the various utilities within the street.
Please see the information sheet below for further information about the work.
Fitzrovia Community Centre Christmas Party will be hosting thier first Christmas Party on Thursday 13th December 2012, 6.30 - 9.00 pm.
"As a gesture of our appreciation for all the support during the last year we would like to invite you to our first Christmas party where there will be a short musical performance, light food, wine and mince pies. Many thanks to Brigit and Richard Kramer, and Guy Ritchie for their kind donation.
RSVP: Tel 020 7580 8680 or email email@example.com
The first of the grout shaft hoardings has now received its decorative treatment and is looking much better.
Crossrail agreed to work with the Soho Society, local artist Lanre and other members of the community to produce suitable and informative artwork to beautify the otherwise unattractive hoardings around the compensation grouting shafts which will be in Soho Square for the next few years.
Further hoardings will illustrate aspects of Soho life. The current panels celebrate the life of Mrs Cornelys who was a local impresario and femme fatale.