LUL King’s Cross St.Pancras Redevelopment Project
The redevelopment of St Pancras station, is the incredible £800 million architectural restoration and extension of a unique London landmark. When the station first opened in 1868 William Barlow’s train shed was a spectacular feat of Victorian engineering and held the world record for the largest enclosed space for many years.
Design works commenced in 1999 and construction in 2000 of the redevelopment for King’s Cross St Pancras Underground Station, one of the busiest stations on London’s underground system.The redevelopment includes the enlargement and refurbishment of the existing Tube Ticket Hall, a new Western Ticket Hall under the forecourt of St Pancras and a new Northern Ticket
King’s Cross St Pancras serves the Metropolitan and Circle underground lines at sub-surface level and the Northern, Victoria and Piccadilly Lines at deep level. The underground station also acts as an interchange for St Pancras and King’s Cross National & International rail service
Leewood Projects have been actively involved with the King’s Cross St.Pancras Redevelopment Project since 2001:
- Construction Management
- Possession & Closure Management
- Stakeholder Interface Management
Since 2001, Leewood Projects has managed:
- 28 engineering trains
- 93 possessions & station closures
Brought into LUL operations, Phase 1 Western Ticket Hall in May 2006, completed the Phase 2 NLA & PLA tunnels in April 2008. The Northern Ticket Hall was opened on November 29th 2009.