It is fantastic to see the Elizabeth line stimulataing economic growth, creating new jobs, attracting major occupiers and being the catalyst of sustainable, mixed-use areas such as Johnson Gardens in Hatton Garden.
This recently published report by the London Property Alliance (CPA & WPA)
provides excellent analysis showing how the stations along the line have become vibrant hubs strengthening business, connecting communities and driving footfall. Hatton Garden BID were delighted to be report sponsor.
Debbie Akehurst, Chief Executive of Hatton Garden BID, said "The Elizabeth Line has been transformative for central London's connectivity and economy. London Property Alliance highlights the tangible benefits we are seeing locally around Farringdon station. Improved accessibility and vibrant new developments are driving business growth and attracting global firms to the area. As Chief Executive of the Hatton Garden Business Improvement District
, I welcome the report's insights on how this major infrastructure project is reshaping central London for the better. This is the vision we must champion."
Find out more by reading the report here