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East Croydon Interchange

Our masterplan for East Croydon Interchange will transform Croydon's primary arrival point,- East Croydon Station and its surrounding transport modes - tram stops, bus interchange and taxi ranks. The scheme specifically addresses the pedestrian experience, particularly the link between the ECI area westwards towards Croydon's town centre. The masterplan unifies and rationalises these different transport modes and enhances public realm by creating new plazas - with improved lighting, planting and street furniture. The masterplan will assist orientation and create a sense of civic pride in what has been hitherto a confusing and challenging urban environment.

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  • Sector

    Infrastructure, Landscape + Public Realm, Masterplan

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description

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  • Client

    London Borough of Croydon

  • Size

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  • Cost

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  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Architect

  • Status

    2013

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