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Shaping Change in Fitzrovia

We provide business with an influential voice to stimulate and shape change where necessary, resolve challenges and take advantage of opportunities. We work in partnership with, and lobby local government, to help support our business community to grow and flourish in Fitzrovia. Read our complete Shaping Change in Fitzrovia document.

1. Latest Development Updates in Fitzrovia

A. 80 Charlotte Street, Multiplex

Derwent London is creating a new and vibrant urban scheme which comprises offices, retail and some residential.
Read July’s Construction Progress update


B. Goodge Street Station Tube, Lift Maintenance

As part of ongoing works programme to ensure Goodge Street Station lifts remain safe and reliable, refurbishments will start on the four lifts at the station from Monday, 04 September 2017 until late October 2018.

The lifts will be refurbished two at a time in order to minimise disruption by keeping the station open and running during this essential work.

During this time station will operate as exit only between 07.30 and 10.00am on weekdays.
Read more

 

2. Latest Planning Applications in Fitzrovia

Middlesex Hospital Annex Site
The proposed redevelopment of the former Middlesex Hospital Annex for UCLH Charity to provide a high quality, mixed-use, sustainable development including residential, affordable housing, commercial and new public spaces for the local community.

77-79 Charlotte Street & 5 Tottenham Mews London W1T 4PW 
Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a new part four, part five and part six storey building plus double basement to provide 4 x flats (1 x 1 bed; 3 x 3 beds) along with B1 and B1c floorspace.

 

3. Projects

The West End Project

The West End Project is being led by Camden Council with an aim to “traPROJECT TIMELINE5nsform the Tottenham Court Road area, making it safer and more attractive for residents, boosting business and creating new public spaces”.

The Project sees the one-way system on Tottenham Court Road replaced with two-way traffic, tree-lined streets, increased 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 deliver this project in improving London’s West End.

The aim of these improvements is to unlock the area’s potential, advancing business and enhancing the public spaces for the community and visitors to enjoy. The project will be delivered by 2018 in time for the opening of Crossrail, when Tottenham Court Road station is predicted to be busier than Heathrow Airport.

Read more on The West End Project 

 

Tottenham Court Road Station Upgrade

Tottenham Court Road Station Upgrade is almost complete, having picked up a handful of awards such The National Heritage Award in recognition for retaining 90% of original Paolozzi mosaics.  The £500 million upgrade includes a new larger ticket hall, a public plaza outside Centre Point, three new higher-capacity entrances, eight new escalators, six new lifts with step free access to all platforms.

Final Update July 2017

Project timeline in pictures