Work recommences on £40 million Sloane Street enhancement project

With spring in the air and the roadmap to reopening in place, enhancement works are restarting on Sloane Street.

Sloane Street is a vital part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Its continued success as a vibrant residential area and global retail destination is important for the future of both the local area and London more widely. Significant public realm improvements include ‘greening’ the street, enhancing the pedestrian experience and upgrading everything the eye touches with the finest materials.

Over the next few weeks, investigative works will include digging a number of exploratory trenches in the pavements. Measures have been put in place to minimise disruption and we are planning for the work to be completed by 12 April 2021, ready for the neighbourhood to reopen in line with government guidance.

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