Visitors will be able to walk from the public square down the side of the town hall and over a new step-free bridge over the A4 to Furnival Gardens. The Council plan to move staff into the commercial accomodation, and sell off other property around the Borough in a move aimed at saving money. There will be a three day exhibition next month before a planning application is submitted later in the summer.
Hammersmith and Fulham’s strategy leader, Mark Loveday, told the Fulham Chronicle: “King Street needs a kick start if we are going to make Hammersmith town centre great again. In previous consultations residents have said the final scheme should establish the west end of King Street as a truly desirable place in which to live, work and shop.”
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