A new Thames Path footbridge opens at London’s Dukes Meadows

Dukes Meadow Footbridge under Barnes Bridge © Aerial Essex

Dukes Meadows Footbridge, a new pedestrian bridge in Chiswick, West London has opened. Designed by Moxon Architects together with structural engineers COWI, the bridge was constructed by Knights Brown and closely follows the concept and planning design prepared by Moxon with engineers CampbellReith. The new low-carbon footbridge – positioned beneath the existing Grade II listed Barnes Bridge – rejuvenates a previously disconnected stretch of the Thames Path, dramatically improving safety, access, and pedestrian flow.

As one of the projects in the Mayor of London’s £53 million Liveable Neighbourhoods scheme, the bridge is part of the London Borough of Hounslow’s drive

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