Category Archives: Euston Road

The future of the gyratory, both sooner and later

At the meeting of the Forum on 22 November, Lisa Young of Transport for London outlined the main conclusions from the consultation on the initial proposals for eliminating the gyratory and returning roads to two way working. The members of … Continue reading

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The current thinking about removing the gyratory

At its next meeting, on 22 November, the Forum will have: A presentation and discussion led by TfL (and supported by planning officers from Camden and Islington) of the current state of the plans for removing the gyratory. A review of … Continue reading

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Alternative approaches to the gyratory

At the meeting of the Forum on 16 March, Sarah Morning of Transport for London outlined the objectives and initial proposals for eliminating the gyratory and returning roads to two way working. Then Tom Harrison of the London Cycling Campaign … Continue reading

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Plans for removing the gyratory

At the next meeting of the Forum, on 16 March, Rajesh Upadhyaya of Transport for London will explain the plans for eliminating the gyratory. Charlotte May and Laura Brett, who have been providing input to TfL on behalf of their respective … Continue reading

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Forum response to Camden about the hotel opposite King’s Cross Station

The time period for responding to the planning application for a new hotel building opposite King’s Cross Station ended on 30 November. However, the “Justification for Demolition and Replacement” of the existing houses was put on the Camden Council web … Continue reading

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