October 17, 2018
We’re excited to share that three location options have been identified for a new bridge between Nine Elms and Pimlico. Designed to meet the needs of a growing London, the bridge will improve sustainable transport methods and the overall air quality of the area. The proposed bridge will provide a safe, attractive route for pedestrians and cyclists in London to and from the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area.
Public exhibitions will be held on both sides of the River Thames in November as the consultation continues to find the best location for the Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge, one of London’s most exciting new infrastructure projects.
This rapidly growing new part of the Capital will provide thousands of jobs and homes in a new town centre. The Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge will ensure a safe, attractive route across the river, providing healthier travel options for communities on both sides of the Thames.
Following extensive consultation and technical work undertaken in 2017, the original nine possible locations have been reduced to three and the exhibition will enable local residents to give the project team their opinions ahead of a final, preferred location being recommended to Wandsworth Council in 2019.
The consultation events will be held on:
Saturday 3rd November 2018, 10am to 3pm
Park Court Clubroom, Battersea Park Road, Doddington Estate, Wandsworth, SW11 4LD
Wednesday 7th November 2018, 3pm to 8pm
St George’s Patmore Church, 11 Patmore Street, Wandsworth, SW8 4JD
Tuesday 6th November 2018, 3pm to 8pm
Bolney Meadow Community Centre, 31 Bolney Street, Lambeth, SW8 1EZ
Friday 9th November 2018, 3pm to 8pm
110 Rochester Row, City of Westminster, SW1P 1JP
Saturday 10th November, 10am to 3pm
Westminster Boating Base, 136 Grosvenor Road, City of Westminster, SW1V 3JY
Cllr Rory O’Broin, Wandsworth Council Cabinet member for Economic Development, Skills and Employment said: “The Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge has been identified by the draft London Plan as a crucial piece of infrastructure for our growing city.
“Londoners will benefit from direct cycling and walking to Nine Elms over a beautifully designed bridge that enables them to easily access the 25,000 new jobs, leisure attractions and green spaces that we are creating.
“We are excited to show people the three possible locations that have been shortlisted and look forward to receiving the comments of people from across the capital as we progress to a recommended location for this fantastic bridge.”
For more details, follow the link to the Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge website.