In 2005 TfL’s plans to rebuild Camden Town station were wholeheartedly rejected by both the council and the community they were intended to serve. Ten years later, with a station rebuild now critical, a chastened TfL have returned to the table. We look at how the lessons of the past translate into plans for the future. Failure to launch “Whilst the station below ground would provide an important public benefit…” Wrote Planning Inspector K.D. Barton in December 2004, ...
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