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Latest development in Chiswick Park estate

25 January 2019

Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work has opened a 135m pedestrian bridge to provide quick access to the Chiswick Park Underground Station.

Following the completion of the construction and fit out of Building 7, yesterday's opening was seen as an important phase in the park's development and interaction with the local community.

Those working on site will now have faster access to the underground network and the move will also reduce pressure on Gunnersbury Underground Station.

Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work has won numerous awards for its design, development and support of all those working within the business park, as well as numerous projects to support the local community.

Prior to construction work, which began in August 2017, agreements were signed between the park and the London Borough of Hounslow, the London Borough of Ealing, Network Rail and Transport for London.

The bridge is formed of three steel arches with a hardwood timber deck and has been designed to reduce ongoing maintenance.

It was officially opened yesterday by Blackstone Group BPM director of development Mark Bird, Councillor Steve Curran, Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work chief executive officer Matt Coulson and London Borough of Hounslow head of traffic Mark Frost.

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