The onset of 2017 sees the advancement of many of the developments in the Fitzrovia area.
The West End Project will begin the relocation of the 8 heritage street lights, 4 on either side of the road outside the Heal’s building at 196 Tottenham Court Road, with the works due to commence in February 2017.
The Fitzrovia Partnership attended the London Underground Round Table briefing which sets out the priorities for the next 5 years relating to the investment, station and line works for London Underground.
The Elizabeth line, currently being constructed by Crossrail, will transform travel across London, boosting the economy by billions of pounds.
Responding to requests from members The Fitzrovia Partnership has made an application to see Goodge Street station frontage improved to create a fitting entrance for the thriving business, visitor and residential communities in Fitzrovia.
Camden Police and Islington Police are beginning a three month trial of merging the two boroughs
TfL are holding the first in a series of consultations on proposals to implement a Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs). The DVS aims to address the issue of HGV and vulnerable road user safety in London.
Camden would like to hear from you the businesses in the area on its budget proposals for 2017/18
The Ambassador Service contribute to the deterring of crime and anti-social behaviour in the area. Working closely with Camden Council and the Police, we ensure that Fitzrovia is a safe place to work and visit.
The Fitzrovia Partnership continues to look at new ways to reduce traffic congestion to help improve air quality in Fitzrovia.