New London Architecture

Camden Highline

Proposed

The Camden Highline is a registered charity which will transform the disused railway viaduct between Camden Town and King’s Cross into a new green artery for London.

Camden Highline is a registered charity which will transform the disused railway viaduct between Camden Town and King’s Cross into a new green artery for London, providing essential green space to 20,000 people living within 500m of the route.

It will be delivered in three phases. The masterplan has been submitted for the entire route and detailed planning for the first section between Camden Gardens and Camden Road Station.

This project is featured alongside our Public London: Activating the City insight study. The publication, exhibition and online project directory explore what constitutes a successful and democratic public realm today, the role of co‑creation and partnerships, and how we can ensure that places are fit‑for‑purpose in the long term.
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Project information

Status

Proposed

Borough

Camden

Completion

2027


Location

42 Camden Gardens, London NW1 9PQ, UK


Team Credits

Client

Camden Highline

Architect

vPPR Architects

Landscape Architect

Field Operations

Planning Consultant

Lichfields

Planting Designer

Piet Oudolf

Community Engagement

Street Space

Artist

Hew Locke

Light Consultant

Speirs & Major

Graphic Designer

Pentagram

Heritage Consultant

Authentic Futures

Engineer

AKT II

Engineer

Tony Gee

Quantity Surveyor

RLB

Environmental Design Consultant

Atelier Ten


Last updated on

27/06/2024


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