Planning approval for the first section of the Camden Highline has been granted, running from Camden Gardens to Royal College Street. It will see the transformation of a section of a disused railway into a new elevated urban park for London. The project is now set to offer much-needed green space to underserved communities while creating a new global attraction for London, akin to New York’s High Line.
In total, the Camden Highline will run for 1.2km, connecting the existing visitor appeal of Camden Town with the emerging destination and transport links of King’s Cross and
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