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Major Milestone achieved at Paddington Elizabeth line station

Paddington Elizabeth line station reached another milestone this week with its official transfer over to Transport for London (TfL). TfL will operate the Elizabeth line, and Paddington is the fifth station to be transferred over following Woolwich in June.

This milestone has only been achieved through the hard work of all the team including WSP, Costain Skanska Joint Venture and Crossrail. Weston Williamson + Partner Associate and Project Lead Architect Raffaella Rospo said “I am extremely proud of the work done by our team. Today’s handover is a huge tribute to the thousands of people who have worked collaboratively on the design and delivery of this amazing project, securing its role as one of London’s most important transport hubs and key gateways to the capital. I have been very lucky to be involved on the project from the very early stages: growing from a simple sketch on a piece of paper, to its completion and handover today - such a rare opportunity in the life of an architect!”

We have a long history working at Paddington Station from the delivery of the Paddington Integrated Project which transformed the station into a world-class interchange with a new canal side entrance from the north, new taxi facility and bigger underground station. Since this project we have continued to work at the station providing support in a number of areas culminating with our design and delivery work on the new Elizabeth line station.

The new Elizabeth line station successfully balances the complexities of designing adjacent to a Grade I listed structure with the delivery of a modern elegant new station. Mindful of the station’s heritage we replaced the original station canopy, which was badly damaged in the war, with a new one of the same length but elevated one storey. This increased the scale of the volume below echoing existing train sheds, extending the station and providing a recognisable civic presence. The station provides a clear and legible environment for passengers with sky views through the glazed canopy. Large voids bring daylight deep into the station to reduce the need for artificial light and to allow natural ventilation to form part of the station environmental strategy.

In July the new urban realm between the Elizabeth line station and the mainline station on Departures Road opened to the public.

Step-free from train to street, Paddington’s Elizabeth line station is a stunning compliment to Brunel’s masterpiece at Paddington. Nestled in the centre of the Opportunity Area, the Elizabeth line will bring a massive 1.5 million extra people within a commuting distance of Paddington, a game-changer for reinforcing Paddington’s position as one of London’s key employment centres, echoed by market confidence and investment in the location.

Kay Buxton, Chief Executive, The Paddington Partnership

I am delighted that Paddington Elizabeth line station has been transferred to Transport for London. This beautiful new station will provide a gateway for those travelling from the Thames Valley or Heathrow into central London and beyond, providing greater transport links, better job opportunities and a significant economic boost.

Mark Wild, Crossrail Chief Executive

Achieving this key milestone is testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone who has been involved as part of our Costain Skanska Joint Venture team. It’s a complex project that has been delivered during COVID-19 restrictions. Our teams have responded to the challenge, with the handover from Crossrail to TfL testament to the efforts of the many people involved in delivering this important new station.

James Moloney, Project Director, Costain Skanska Joint Venture

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