Monthly Archives: August 2015
Up to a million people are expected in Notting Hill for today’s carnival. Road disruptions are inevitable and transport (especially the Central Line) will be extremely busy.
Cushman & Wakefield – Charity Staircase Event – 7 TOWERS – climb the stairs of the seven of the tallest buildi ngs in London – FRIDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 2015
The purpose of the event is to raise funds for XLP charity. The intention is for all participating members of C&W to raise sponsorship towards their attempt to climb the stairs of the seven of the tallest buildings in London … Continue reading
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Attached is an aide memoir that covers response to terrorist threat level changes, it was produced by London First
Are our emails displaying well on your device? If not, allow images or view online Home Plan journey Status update Accessible travel All We have decided to defer the launch of Night Tube from 12 September. This is to allow … Continue reading
Home Plan journey Status update Visiting London All Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 29-31 August. Most of the network will be open with services running as normal, but please check if … Continue reading
Attached is the latest weekly summary produced by Canary Wharf management.
Unions related to the London Underground have stated that the next batch of 24hr tube strikes will be held on the 8th and 10th of September if talks are not successful, this is following on from this weeks proposed strikes … Continue reading
The two planned tube strikes for this week have been cancelled, more info to follow
Tube strikes August 2015: When do they start and how can I get around?Two Tube strikes planned for this week look likely to cause four days of travel disruption for commuters. Here’s what you need to know. Disclaimer: The BBC … Continue reading