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Liverpool Street

Liverpool Street

Liverpool Street station is already a busy interchange station. Crossrail is building new Liverpool Street station entrances that will serve the City of London and provide interchanges with London Underground’s Northern, Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines as well as connections to Stansted airport and National Rail services at Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations.

Western ticket hall

The station has a western entrance on Moorfields at Moorgate station and an eastern entrance in Liverpool Street. At Moorgate, Crossrail and development partners Aviva have obtained planning consent for a new 88,000 sq ft development designed by architects John Robertson.

The development comprises:

  • An office building of 88,000 sq ft on ground and six upper floors with a prominent entrance onto Moor Place, close to the new integrated Crossrail station at Moorgate.
  • Ground floor retail with relocation of the pedestrian access to Moorgate through Keats Place.

Eastern ticket hall

Crossrail and development partners Aviva have submitted a planning application for a new comprehensive development of 256,000 sq ft covering land purchased for Crossrail works, airspace above London Underground lines and 1-14 Liverpool Street. The scheme has been designed by Eric Parry architects.

The scheme comprises:

  • A new high-quality office development on ground and nine upper floors, with a contemporary design located opposite Broadgate and the proposed new Liverpool Street Square and entrance to the Crossrail station. 
  • Retail units fronting both Liverpool Street and Blomfield Street that will help to animate the new public realm. 

The proposal acknowledges the importance of this corner site and provides a quality façade to Liverpool Street consistent with the aspirations for the new open space around the
station entrance.

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