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Crossrail submits Bond Street planning application

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Plans for over-site development (OSD) works at Bond Street station have been put before Westminster City Council.

Crossrail and development partner Grosvenor have submitted a planning application for the 65,000 sq ft development above the station’s western ticket hall.

The proposed scheme includes six floors of office accommodation.

Grosvenor will be responsible for delivering the OSD aspect of the scheme once Crossrail station and ticket hall construction works are completed in 2017.

Ian Lindsay, Crossrail’s land and property director, said: “Crossrail will boost the West End’s position as a thriving cultural and retail destination and the new commercial space at Davies Street will further enhance the wider Oxford Street area.

“Sites above Crossrail stations, including Bond Street, are being developed with public spaces around stations improved to ensure we take full advantage of the huge redevelopment opportunities Crossrail is bringing to London.”

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