Archive for April 2015

Fitzroy Place Update April 2015

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Fitzroy Place Newsletter April 2015

Crossrail: Tottenham Court Road – Goslett Yard Works Update

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Crossrail _goslett_yard.pdf

Crossrail: Hanover Square Works Update

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April 2015 Crossrail Update

Work on Bond Street Western Ticket Hall

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The attached diagram shows the progress being made  on the station access tunnels under Grays Antiques and the Army Reserve Centre. The escalator tunnel and the pilot tunnel are now complete and the developers are one sixth of the way through the main concourse tunnel. 

Assurances have been offered that disturbance will be kept to a minimal over the Easter weekend. As ever, if you have any questions or concerns please contact the 24 hour Crossrail Helpdesk on 0345 602 3813.


BOS WTH BFK works in progress - March 15.pdf

Crossrail 2 Update

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Crossrail 2 took a major step forward last week as Patrick McLouglin MP, the Secretary of State for Transport confirmed the safeguarding for the proposed Crossrail 2 route. This follows the £2m of funding allocated to us as part of the 2014 Autumn Statement, to develop the business case further.

Crossrail 2 is the proposed new high-frequency, high-capacity rail line running through London and into Surrey and Hertfordshire which will add significant capacity to London's rail network.

The issue of updated Safeguarding Directions in March by the Department for Transport (DfT) means the land that may be required for Crossrail 2 in the future is protected from conflicting development. The Safeguarding Directions refresh the old Chelsea-Hackney line Directions and instruct local authorities to consult TfL on planning applications for land within the safeguarded area. Safeguarding does not give the go ahead to construct Crossrail 2 or acquire any property.

The map below highlights the area in West End Ward that are included.




The confirmation of the Safeguarding Directions follows a formal consultation period undertaken by the DfT.

For more information about the what the Safeguarding Directions mean and detailed maps showing the areas covered please visit www.crossrail2.co.uk

The safeguarded area includes the possible route of the tunnels as well as land at ground level that may be used for the construction of the tunnels, stations and ventilation and emergency access shafts. The project team are now developing the route within the updated safeguarded boundaries, as well as the branch lines at either end of the Crossrail 2 route.