04 March 2005
Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled plans to redevelop London’s Marble Arch area to improve pedestrian access to Hyde Park. The 180-year-old arch, which now sits on a traffic island, would be repositioned at the park entrance. TfL, in association with Westminster council, the Royal Parks, Grosvenor and the Portman ...
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