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What we collect

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Fenchurch Street Station Masterplan

Fenchurch Street Station Masterplan

Our masterplan vision for the wider Fenchurch Street station area will transform this historic and largely hidden corner of the City of London, making it easier to discover, experience and enjoy. 

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The study looked at ways to improve passenger and pedestrian experiences; how to make the area easier and more attractive for everyone to move around. We also needed to ensure that the station was accessible and legible, safe and secure, sustainable and future-proofed for increasing numbers of users. The project was developed in full consultation with key stakeholders including the City of London, Network Rail, Transport for London, Heritage England and Royal Historic Palaces.

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Short, medium and long term scenarios were developed as well as a wider strategic vision focused around five overarching strategies: rail, movements, commercial, community and place making. The study looked at reviving the arches under the railway, redeveloping some of the plots surrounding the station and improving the urban realm and pedestrian experience, especially around the interchange between Fenchurch Street Station, Tower Hill Underground Station and Tower Gateway DLR station. 

The team’s ability to take the brief became clear from the outset. 

Their ability to break down the commission into discrete tasks and investigate, assess and prioritise them in short and long term investigations gave the project clear focus and ensured that we developed only those solutions that were practical and achievable in the short term, yet ambitious and thought provoking over the longer term, addressing the original brief.

Ben Martin, Asset and Property Director, Trenitalia c2c

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