Our £140 million Woolwich Elizabeth line station is at the centre of a new masterplan transforming the Royal Arsenal site into 3,750 new homes with cultural, commercial and leisure quarters. Through our design work the station has been integrated into the area with the creation of a new public square, Dial Arch. Woolwich is the only Elizabeth line station that opens onto a public square lending a unique sense of arrival for visitors and residents alike.
Our proposals for Crouch End address the segregation caused by the prominence of vehicles around the 1935 Reginald Uren Town Hall, and tie in with its refurbishment. Through the removal of the pedestrian crossing, traffic lights, railings and signage a new traffic calmed shared space is created prioritizing pedestrians over vehicles. The proposal includes temporary reclaiming of streets adjacent to the Crouch End clock tower, and converting car parking spaces to outside seating.