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Public realm architects sought for Hillingdon Crossrail stops

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The London Borough of Hillingdon is seeking architects to deliver new public realm and landscaping surrounding its two Crossrail stations

Applicants may bid for work on either Hayes and Harlington Crossrail Station or West Drayton Crossrail Station, or for both stations.

Designed initially by Bennetts Associates and then Pascall + Watson after 2014, the two stations will receive up to ten services an hour in each direction when the £15 billion new rail line opens in 2019.

The two projects are part of a £28 million investment by Transport for London which will see new public realm delivered at seventeen Crossrail stations within the capital’s periphery.

Planned improvements include new outdoor public spaces, cycling facilities, lighting and upgraded station forecourts and interchanges with local buses and taxis.

Crossrail’s in-house team has already developed plans for West Drayton up to RIBA Stage 2 while Urban Movement with Mott MacDonald has developed plans for Hayes and Harlington up to RIBA Stage 3.

The deadline for applications is 10 March.

How to apply

View the contract notice for more information

Contact details

Mark Holmes
London Borough of Hillingdon
Civic Centre
High Street

Email: mholmes2@hillingdon.gov.uk



Source: Image by Transport for London

Hayes and Harlington public realm improvements

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