Designs for new spaces and developments will be on show.

Crossrail exhibition reveals planned changes to urban realm

Crossrail has developed an exhibition revealing ‘designs for improved spaces and developments from outside stations in London and beyond’ along the route of the new cross-capital railway.

The Places & Spaces: urban realm and development on the Crossrail route exhibition features the proposed developments , which will run across 40 stations, including 10 new stations and upgrades to several existing ones.
Crossrail will undoubtedly change London’s landscape. It is the first transport project in the UK on this scale, ‘to design public spaces and above ground property developments to integrate with station designs and improve the user experience for the travelling public when it opens in 2019’.
And this, it clams, is the first time an exhibition on urban realm and development outside Crossrail’s stations across Greater London has been shown to the public.
You can visit the exhibition at the following locations: City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London (now until 13 June); RIBA, Portland Place (16 June – 17 July); and the NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street (21 July – 16 August). See the crossrail website for more information.

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