Streetscape and On-street projects
We believe that Streetscape is all that we see in the street: not only the buildings around us but also the scale and proportion of the spaces between those buildings.
Information about Streetscape which is everything we see in a street. Download our Streetscape guide for further details.
Information about on-street projects which are ongoing, planned or have been completed.
Information on the Hans Crescent Scheme including the decision by TfL to permanently close Hans Crescent at its junction with Brompton Road.
Information about changes to Kensington High Street including a summary of improvements, design details, results and costs.
Information about the restoration of Albert Bridge which opened in 1873. The renovation works were funded by the borough and TfL.
Information on changes to World's End Place including new lighting, new seating and street furniture and replacing worn concrete surfaces.
Information about improvements to Portobello Square from working with the local community and the Colville Forum to design a new-look space.
Information on works near the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to make it easier for people who use the area to move about freely.
Information on changes to the paved area in Talbot Road. Access for pedestrians and cyclists is simpler and bollards prevent vehicle access.
Information about environmental improvement works to Norland Road which were completed in 2013.
Information about environmental improvements on the northern section of Gloucester Road (between Palace Gate and Cromwell Road).
Information on improvements to Pavillion Road. We aim to create a high quality space for pedestrians while maintaining access for vehicles.
Information about planned improvements to De Vere Gardens which includes relaying the footways with York Stone.
Legible London scheme in Portobello Road and King's Road
Legible London scheme in Gloucester Road and Sloane Street