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Marble Arch

This masterplan for the redevelopment of Marble Arch, the iconic gateway into the West End of London, is designed to re-connect the Arch and Speaker's Corner, to the adjacent public realm.

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The project, which is sponsored by TfL, is intended to redress the balance between pedestrians and surface-level transport. Marble Arch is a heavily used crossroads with a long social history as a gathering place for people - a role that has been significantly compromised over time. The pedestrian environment is to be significantly improved by making movement more generous at street level.

  • Sector


  • Location

    Westminster, London

  • Description


  • Client

    Transport for London

  • Size

    3.5 ha

  • Cost


  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Masterplanner, Architect and Landscape Architect
    Gehl Architects, Public Realm Consultants
    Hyder, Structural and Civil Engineer
    Colin Buchanan & Partners, Traffic Engineer
    Capita Symonds, Cost Consultant

  • Status

    2000 – 2005

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