Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy

Strategy

Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy

City of London

2015

Enhancing the north-south cultural spine linking the Museum of London to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tate Modern to the south of the River

The Cheapside and Guildhall Area Enhancement Strategy analyses the public realm and transportation network within this important retail and civic area of the City of London.

The strategy identified existing issues, considered future demand and set out a framework for addressing these within the context of existing policies and guidance. The Cheapside and Guildhall Area Enhancement Strategy built upon the earlier separate Cheapside Strategy (2008) and Guildhall Strategy (2011) and identifies further public realm improvements to the wider area, with a particular focus on the north-south cultural spine linking the Museum of London to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tate Modern to the south of the River. The strategy also considered options to remove the existing gyratory highway system between Newgate Street and London Wall.

Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy
Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy
Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy
Cheapside and Guildhall Area Strategy