History is littered with events and announcements that didn’t seem important at the time. When the transport planners of the future consider this period in London’s history what will they see as the most significant decision of recent times? The confirmation of Crossrail would be the obvious answer with the Thameslink Programme perhaps running a respectable second. But important as increasing rail capacity in London is, it is hardly revolutionary stuff. At LR towers we aren’t ...
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