Architects have been commissioned to design a footbridge for developer Ballymore, to go over railway tracks near Paddington Station, West London. The plans are for a small bridge to enable pedestrians and cyclists access to the proposed Kensal Canalside development with North Kensington.
Studio Bednarski, local architect has been asked to design it together with engineers from Buro Happold.
“A significant piece of infrastructure that will transform accessibility within the local area” is how Michael Hughes, Ballymore project director describes the plans for the bridge.
Principal architect at Studio Bednarski, Cezary Bednarski said: “I was overjoyed when asked to join the team for the North Kensington Flourish Project, and to design a bridge so close to my studio. Working with Buro Happold we will design a bridge to be proud of and one that marks our area as a gateway for all Paddington bound trains”.