Westminster City Council Scutiny Committee is examining the Nine Elms Bridge. It’s the first meeting of Westminster’s Public Inquiry into the Proposed Nine Elms Bridge at Westminster City Hall and will help to set the agenda for the way it unfolds.
A Public Enquiry has been launched by Westminster City Council to examine the case for The Nine Elms Bridge Project, with open meetings provisionally scheduled from January 2016. The Enquiry will allow you to ask detailed questions of interested parties, including TfL and Wandsworth Council.
Protesters take sides as campaign against controversial plan for Nine Elms bridge grows, by Alina Polianskaya – West End Extra
CAMPAIGNERS packed into a full council meeting this week to warn against controversial plans for a new bridge linking Pimlico and Battersea.
Join ace architecture critic Ian Nairn for a tour of two pioneering post-war housing estates in Pimlico, central London. Completed in 1962, Churchill Gardens replaced bomb-damaged Victorian terraces and slums, while the newer Lillington Street development further enhanced the area’s “mixture of people and uses and attitudes and temperaments”.
A survey reveals overwhelming local opposition to the short-term development scheme on Eccleston Square. The survey shows a […]