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Over the Christmas period traffic levels are expected to be 24% lower than normal. In order to take advantage of this once in a year occurrence, TfL is co-ordinating multiple works to be done along one of London's busiest corridors.
Between Boxing Day (Friday 26 December) and Sunday 4 January 2015 around 95 separate works will undertaken together, in a co-ordinated way, on the A501 corridor from Westway flyover in the west to King's Cross in the east. Undertaking works during this period will not only take advantage of lower traffic levels but will also obviate the need for a series of high-impact works along this corridor well into 2015.... Last modified on Continue reading
The main changes to Tfl services during the Festive season are as follows:
Christmas Eve, Wednesday 24 December - A reduced weekday service will operate across the Tube network from mid-afternoon. Last trains will be earlier than usual. Most buses will run until just after midnight.... Last modified on Continue reading
*Update: We received a copy of the letter attached from Ed Vazey, Minister Department for Culture, Media and Sport to Mark Field in response to his questions about broadband in Central LondonLast modified on Continue reading
The Central line is to be closed off at Tottenham Court Road station in London for nearly a year starting January 2015, as the station is rebuilt and Crossrail is tied to it. Central Line trains will not be stopping at The station from Jnauary 3rd to around mid December, 2015.
The closure will put extra strain on the Northern Line, which will be the sole line for shoppers, diners and drinkers to use if they don't want to walk down to Oxford Circus or take the bus.... Last modified on Continue reading
The area of Marylebone is covered by 4 Safer Neighbourhood teams. These teams are on hand to listen and act on people's concerns about policing and low level crime in our area. They hold regular meetings with local people to listen to their concerns and questions. To find out when the next meetings are in your area of Marylebone, check out the local Safer Neighbourhood pages here.
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The Council has won its historic battle to limit the scale of basement development in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
In its report just published, the Government's Planning Inspector declares the Council's proposals for tougher policies to be sound.... Last modified on Continue reading