Euston Area Plan for consultation

EAP consultation map and text resized

Euston Station is Victorian Kings Cross station’s great niece from the 1960s in some sort of weird Oscar Wilde play.

‘To lose one high speed proposal may be regarded as a misfortune….’

anyway an important consultation document has just come out, the Euston Area Plan.  I haven’t read it yet but some aspects will be of interest to our audience, such as:

‘7. Improving the environment along Euston Road: for pedestrians and cyclists’

As long term area planning sufferers in Kings Cross will know, this Euston Area Plan will be very important for setting the parameters for the subsequent re-working of Euston. I may post something on it over the summer if there are topics of interest to KX.  There is a confusing mix of websites, including a bespoke one for the plan but the gist is that:

‘Consultation on the draft Euston Area Plan is now underway. Consultation on the draft plan and Sustainability Appraisal Report will run from 29th July to 7th October.

Here is the Euston Area Plan – 128 pages. Here is a summary of the plan as some boards from an exhibition.

The plan provides a framework for change in the Euston area over the next 20 years, and has been jointly prepared by Camden Council, the Greater London Authority and Transport for London. It seeks to ensure that, whether or not the new High Speed rail link (HS2) goes ahead, despite Camden Council’s strong opposition to HS2, we can get the best possible future for the residents, businesses and visitors to Euston.’

Once you have had a look at the draft EAP please complete the online questionnaire by clicking the link: ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE

Other ways of viewing information and commenting are below:

Speak to the Euston Area Plan team at pop up events throughout the summer (see below)

Look at an online 3D model of the proposals shown in the draft plan by clicking here [this link was broken – W]

View hard copies of the draft Euston Area Plan at St Pancras and Camden Town libraries

Contact the EAP team at for help with commenting or to request translations or copies of materials

You can use Camden’s textlink service on 020 7974 6866 if you are hard of hearing and need help

Dates and locations of pop up events

9th August, 8am – 12pm, Euston Square Gardens, Euston Road, NW1

12th August, 3pm – 7pm, Cumberland Market open space, NW1

13th August, 3pm – 7pm, St James Gardens, Cardington Street, NW1

17th September, 8am – 12pm, St James Gardens, Cardington Street, NW1

18th September, 3pm – 7pm, Euston Square Gardens, Euston Road, NW1

19th September, 3pm – 7pm, Cumberland Market open space, NW1

26th September, 7.30pm – 9.30pm, Hpod, Cumberland Market, NW1 3RH

If you have any questions mail these people

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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