Camden council’s proposed West End project will transform the Tottenham Court Road area, making it safer and more attractive for residents, boosting business and creating new public spaces.
The one-way system will be replaced with two-way tree-lined streets, some protected cycle lanes and new public space. The scheme will reduce congestion and pollution, widen pavements and make bus journeys quicker.
Camden have secured £26 million of investment to improve Camden’s West End. The improvements will unlock the area’s potential, boosting business and creating new public spaces for the community and visitors to enjoy.
Have your say
Camden Council are seeking views on the proposals, a public consultation started on 9 June and will run until 18 July 2014.
- Share your views and find further details on the proposals to improve the West End in Camden online at www.wearecamden.org/westendproject
- Visit a public exhibition about the project at the Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT until 11 July. On Monday 7 July (5pm to 8pm), council officers will be at the exhibition to answer your questions about the project
- View and fill in hard copies of the consultation documents at Holborn library or St Pancras library.