Residential Research

Action Stations - The impact of Crossrail on residential property in central London

Publié le

Une étude produite par

Crossrail is the most significant infrastructure project in London in nearly two decades, and is set to increase London’s rail transport capacity by 10% when it opens in 2018. This will be the single largest uplift in capacity since World War II. Passenger numbers are expected to be in the region of 200 million a year. The dramatically faster travel times that will be possible once Crossrail opens will make central London more accessible to a greater number of workers, but will also make Crossrail’s central ‘hubs’ more attractive for residents given the increased ease with which they will be able to travel across the city.

Source : Knight Frank

Vous souhaitez lire cette étude ?

Elle est réservée à nos abonnés.



Mots-clés : Knight Frank