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Streetscape improvement works nearly finished

06 July 2010

As all staff and visitors to the hospital will be aware, extensive works to transform the area directly in front of the main hospital entrance and the surrounding pavement has been underway for a number of months.

As all staff and visitors to the hospital will be aware, extensive works to transform the area directly in front of the main hospital entrance and the surrounding pavement has been underway for a number of months.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has been carrying out the work to improve the public areas in front of the hospital, funded by the Council with a contribution from Transport for London.

The good news is that the works are nearly finished—when they are completed, it should be much easier for the large number of people who come to the hospital each day to move about more freely.

In particular, the area has been re-paved in natural York stone to provide a smooth and level surface for people in wheelchairs, with buggies or with restricted mobility.

If you have any questions or concerns about the streetscape improvement works, please contact Andy Pang at the Council in 020 7341 5783.