Public Exhibition Invitation – Nine Elms Bridge: 31July

Note: Pimlico residents are unhappy with this proposal, because of loss of a green space with mature trees on the Pimlico side (amongst other concerns)

From Lambeth:

“We hope you will be able to join us for an exhibition being held to give local residents a chance to explore the project, ask questions and provide feedback. On 31st July 1.30pm to 6.30pm at Wheatsheaf Hall, SW8 2UP.

The project team for the Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge would like to invite you to examine outline proposals for an integrated pedestrian and cycle bridge. The Bridge would cross the River Thames, which could connect Pimlico and Nine Elms, Battersea.

The event will highlight the various different landing point options on the southern and northern banks of the river, and explain how the project’s feasibility and business case is being developed and updated.

At the exhibition you are able to meet representatives from the project team of Danish and UK designers, planners and engineers who have an exceptional track record in creating high-quality sustainable infrastructure.

The proposed bridge is part of the Mayor’s London Plan and could close the biggest gap between existing river crossings in central London.

It could offer local residents a valuable and safe new transport link which supports the shift towards sustainable, zero-pollution modes of travel.


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