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Arches on Ewer Street to get Low Line treatment

As part of its commitment to realise the Low Line, Better Bankside is seeking to base a number of its services from Arches 58 and 59 Ewer Street.
Valerie Beirne
Bankside Urban Forest Manager
Peter Williams

As part of its commitment to realising the Low Line, Better Bankside is seeking to base a number of its services from Arches 58 and 59 Ewer Street.

Although plans have been somewhat disrupted by the current crisis our cleansing team are now working out of these arches. The next service we plan to open is a secure bicycle park. Cycling, as a way to commute to and from the workplace, is projected to grow and as our research over the years confirms, having a secure location to store bikes overcomes a significant obstacle. With the number of bike purchases made during the lockdown.

Better Bankside are submitting a planning application to alter the facades of the two arches, to ensure that it presents a safe and secure inviting frontage on to the stretch of Ewer Street that runs along the viaduct, and contributes positively to that stretch of the Low Line.

To find out more about the proposals for these two arches on Ewer Street,  please contact pw [at] betterbankside.co.uk. Visit www.lowline.london for more information on the wider Low Line initative.

Created Aug 14 2020