Blog Posts - Crossrail



Incredible drone footage captures sneak-peek of the COMPLETED 26-mile London Crossrail

Tunnelling of the £14.8 billion rail service was recently completed The tunnels measure 130ft and will transport commuters 26 miles A drone captures the intricate network of tunnels beneath London A drone has captured incredible sneak-peek footage o...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jun 11, 2015

Why Property Investors Should Look to the London Suburbs For Great Returns

We Take a Look at London’s Up-And-Coming Areas for Property Investors In 2015 Discover the property hotspots of London in 2015 and find out why you should consider investing over renting in order to get ahead in the property sector. In recent years...
by Moving to London on May 18, 2015

'Positive' stories from Brent Council to drown out racism findings?

A regular reader writes to point out his suspicions of news management by Brent CouncilThe Kilburn Times website published an article about the Rosemarie Clarke tribunal decision on Monday lunchtime (22 September). This story will hopefully app...
by wembleymatters on Sep 24, 2014

Navin Shah calls for Crossrail branch to Wembley Central and Harrow and Wealdstone

From Navin Shah's Office  Navin Shah AM today used his appearance at the planning inquiry into London Plan alterations to argue for a new branch of Crossrail 1 linking from Old Oak Common to Wembley, Harrow & Wealdstone, and beyond. Mr S...
by wembleymatters on Sep 18, 2014

Crossrail in a nutshell

Those of you who follow the news, may have heard about Crossrail. Crossrail will open towards the end of 2018 and is a new railway line linking Reading and Heathrow to the West of London with Abbey Wood and Shenfield in the East. There are several be...
by Moving to London on Sep 10, 2014

10 reasons why digging a tunnel under London is an epic endeavour

The BBC has a nice documentary on Crossrail, a £15 billion project to build a new 120-km train line passing through...
by The Allotrope on Aug 2, 2014

10 reasons why digging a tunnel under London is an epic endeavour

The BBC has a nice documentary on Crossrail, a £15 billion project to build a new 120-km train line passing through...
by The Allotrope on Aug 2, 2014

The effect of young professionals on London’s property market

Winkworth estate agents have confirmed today in the Metro what we have suspected for a long time – young professionals are key players in the state and shape of London’s property market. Young professionals decisions on where to live in L...
by Moving to London on Feb 7, 2014

Willesden Junction Redevelopment

Some people may already have had leaflets asking about the redevelopment of the Willesden Junction area.  The potential for redevelopment is signalled by High Speed 2 and Crossrail both potentially having connections near Willesden Junction.Bren...
by James Powney's Blog on Jul 3, 2013


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