Bond Street Urban Integration

London, UK. 2020

Consisting of two distinct station elements at Davies Street and Hanover Square, the Crossrail Bond Street Station scheme forms part of Europe's largest single construction project. The new Bond Street Station consists of two deep east-west platforms, emerging at street level via two new ticket halls south of Oxford Street. Connecting to the existing London Underground Station, the new interchange will serve 250,000 people daily.

To embed the new station entrances within their immediate and wider contexts, John McAslan + Partners has undertaken an urban integration and landscaping study in collaboration with the City of Westminster, Grosvenor and Great Portland Estates. The objective is to provide safe, attractive and legible new public realm at the gateway to London’s busiest retail centre. The scheme includes the regeneration of Hanover Square as a significant green refuge, pedestrianisation and an integrated furniture and materials palette. This highly complex project has required extensive coordination and discussions with multiple stakeholders including Crossrail, TFL and local communities.