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Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge [Summary]
Pimlico Village 1970, by Ian Nairn [video]
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”.
84 Eccleston Square demolition opposed by residents
A survey reveals overwhelming local opposition to the short-term development scheme on Eccleston Square. The survey shows a […]
Nine Elms Bridge: St George’s Square to Petition The Mayor
Petition to the Mayor of London 20th June 2015
St George’s Square Residents’ Association, Pimlico FREDA & Pimlico Alliance oppose the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge
Wandsworth Council, supported by Transport for London, is proposing a new bridge for pedestrians and/or cyclists between Nine Elms & Pimlico. The proposed NEP bridge would cause:
Eccleston Square Block to be Demolished for Short-Term Development
Eccleston Square Residents Association (ESRA) and Federation of Pimlico Residents Associations (FREDA) members have seen the plans for this proposal and concludes that it will have a significant detrimental impact on the Square and the local area.