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Bond Street

Bond Street

More than 155,000 passengers use the existing Tube station daily. Once Crossrail services begin, passenger numbers are expected to grow to over 220,000 each day.

To cater for this increase Crossrail is constructing two new ticket halls – a western ticket hall at Davies Street and an eastern ticket hall on the corner of Hanover Square and Tenterden Street.

Western ticket hall

Crossrail and development partner Grosvenor have obtained planning consent for a sympathetic development at 65 Davies Street in Mayfair.

The scheme comprises:

  • 100,000 sq ft development located above the western ticket hall 
  • Six floors of office accommodation above the station, served by an entrance lobby on Davies Street

Architects PLP Architecture have provided a contemporary office design that is sensitive to the traditional architecture of the neighbouring Mayfair buildings, while incorporating high-quality natural materials with a richly detailed façade. Grosvenor will be responsible for delivering the scheme once the Crossrail station and ticket hall works are complete in 2017.

Eastern ticket hall

Crossrail and development partner Great Portland Estates have obtained planning consent for the comprehensive development of a significant site stretching from Hanover square to New Bond Street.

The 325,000 sq ft will be located partly above the new ticket hall and partly on adjoining land. The scheme has been designed by architects LDS.

The scheme comprises:

  • Redevelopment with eight floors of high quality offices above the new ticket hall together with a mixture of conversion of existing buildings and on adjoining sites. 
  • A mixed-use development including offices, retail and residential. 
  • Provision of a new urban courtyard with new pedestrian routes through the development.

The early engagement of Great Portland Estates in design discussions with Crossrail enabled plans for an enlarged and improved ticket hall to emerge as part of the proposals.

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