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New Bond Street - Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) to Oxford Street

New Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2UB

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Overview (Key Accessibility Information)

  • This guide covers the section of New Bond Street between Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) to Oxford Street.
    The changing nature of the West End may mean that the on-street conditions are different to the description in this Access Guide.
    This Access Guide was undertaken in August 2019.
    The length of this section is approximately 0.4 miles (650 metres).
    For detailed information about New Bond Street itself, between Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) to Oxford Street please click here (new tab).
    Major stores such as Ralph Lauren, Chanel, BVLGARI, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Jimmy Choo and Fenwick are located along this section.
    The guide also includes the following side road(s):
    - Burlington Gardens, leading to Vigo Street (new tab)
    - Vigo Street, leading to Regent Street (new tab)
    - Conduit Street, leading to Regent Street (new tab)
    - Grosvenor Street, leading to Grosvenor Gardens (new tab)
    - Maddox Street, leading to Regent Street (new tab)
    - Brook Street (west), leading to Grosvenor Square (new tab)
    - Brook Street (east), leading to Hanover Street (new tab)
    - Hanover Street, leading to Regent Street (new tab).
  • Old Bond Street, Regent Street, Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus are covered in separate Access Guides.
  • New Bond Street and the roads which cross it are busy during peak times and have varying directional flows.
    There are some non-level kerbs on the streets and they can be congested at times, which could be daunting for some people.
    Peak times are from 12:00 until around 19:00 and peak months are July - August and December.
  • There can be some noise from the open doors of some shops along the street.
    There are Legible London wayfinding signs available on Hanover Street, Brook Street, Maddox Street, Grosvenor Street, Conduit Street, Vigo Street and at the junction with Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street).
    There is seating at intervals on both sides of New Bond Street.
  • All pedestrian controlled crossings along New Bond Street have dropped kerbs with tactile paving.
    At the junction with Burlington Gardens and Old Bond Street there is a zebra crossing.
  • The main ways to get to Bond Street include; tube, bus or taxi.
    Along this section of Bond Street there is a taxi rank on the west side, outside Hermes.
    Additional taxi ranks are located on various side streets.
    The nearest bus stops are located on Conduit Street and Regent Street to the east, Piccadilly to the south, and Oxford Street to the north.
    The nearest accessible step-free tube stations are Bond Street to the north and Green Park to the south.
  • Parking in the area is very limited and visitors are encouraged to use public transport.
    The nearest on street Blue Badge parking bays are located on Cork Street.
    There are a number of standard on street pay-by-phone parking bays along Old Bond Street, Cork Street, Burlington Gardens and Grafton Street.
    The nearest available car park is located on Old Burlington Street, west of Regent Street, off Vigo Street/Burlington Gardens; Q-Park - Burlington Street (new tab).
    Q-Park - Burlington Street has no Blue Badge parking bays available.
  • There are no public toilets nearby, however some shops along New Bond Street may have customer toilets available.
    There are standard toilet and baby change facilities available within Q-Park on Old Burlington Street.
  • To view the Access Guide for Old Bond Street - Piccadilly to Burlington Gardens (New Bond Street) please click here (new tab)..

Related West End Venues (New Bond Street - Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) to Oxford Street)

Getting Here (New Bond Street - Between Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) and Oxford Street)

On Street Parking

  • There is a/are clearly signed and/or marked on street Blue Badge parking bay(s) available.
  • The on street Blue Badge parking bay(s) is/are located on Cork Street (photographs 1 and 2).
  • The dimensions of the on street Blue Badge parking bay(s) surveyed are 280cm x 490cm (9ft 2in x 16ft 1in).
  • There are not parking charges for the on street Blue Badge parking bay(s).
  • Parking is free for Blue Badge holders.
  • Free parking for Blue Badge holders is for 4 hours only.
  • Standard on street parking is available.
  • The on street standard parking bay(s) is/are located on Cork Street, Burlington Gardens (photographs 3 and 4) and Grafton Street (photographs 5 and 6).
  • Comments View
    • Photographs 7 - 10 show some additional Blue Badge and standard on-street parking on side roads surrounding the area.
    • Parking in the area is very limited and visitors are encouraged to use public transport, however for information about the Blue Badge Scheme and parking in London please click here (new tab).

General Accessibility (New Bond Street - Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street) to Oxford Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • There is step-free access throughout New Bond Street.
      The pavements are generally level throughout (photographs 1 - 9).
      Most of the shops and restaurants in this section have step-free entrances, with only a few having steps.
    • The street is only pedestrianised between Grafton Street and Clifford Street (photographs 6 and 7) and can get busy during peak times.
      All main pedestrian controlled crossing points have dropped kerbs with tactile paving.
      Most of the smaller side roads have dropped kerbs without tactile paving.
    • There are several areas throughout New Bond Street where road works are taking place (photographs 10 - 13).
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is benched seating at intervals on both sides of New Bond Street.
      These seats are all the same design; without backrests or armrests (photographs 14 and 15).
      The heights of these seats are between 35cm - 48cm.
    • In the pedestrianised area of New Bond Street there is a bronze statue of Roosevelt and Churchill seated (photograph 16).
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction with Burlington Gardens (Old Bond Street), and on various side streets (photographs 17 and 18).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on New Bond Street.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Piccadilly, Regent Street, Conduit Street and Oxford Street.
      All the bus stops have bus shelters with route maps and perching seats.
      Some of the shelters also have displays of the services due.
    • Along this section of Bond Street there is a taxi rank on the west side, outside Hermes (photograph 19).
    • Additional taxi ranks are located on various side streets.
    • There are no tube stations on New Bond Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.
    • There are 4 access points to Green Park Station.
      The accessible step-free entrance to Green Park Station is located via the park at the rear of the station building.
      There are also 2 stepped entrances on Piccadilly and a lift entrance opposite Stratton Street on Piccadilly.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Old Bond Street with New Bond Street and Burlington Gardens)

  • There are 2 crossing points at this junction, however only 1 is clearly marked by a zebra crossing.
    The zebra crossing is used to cross over Old Bond Street (photographs 1 and 2).
    This crossing has dropped kerbs with tactile paving on both sides.
    The point to cross Burlington Gardens, next to Old Bond Street is not clearly marked (photographs 3 - 5).
    This crossing is flush with the road and has no tactile paving.
  • There is one-way traffic on Old Bond Street (southbound).
    There is two-way traffic on Burlington Gardens.
    There is no written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • Both crossing points are uncontrolled and have no visual/audible signals.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - New Bond Street with Bruton Street and Conduit Street)

  • There are crossings with tactile paving at each of the 4 sides of this junction.
  • The road surface at the crossings is grey tarmac.
  • There is two-way traffic on Bruton Street and Conduit Street.
    There is one-way traffic on New Bond Street (southbound).
    There is no written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • There are visual indicators at all the crossing points.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.
    At least 1 control at each crossing point has a rotating cone for visually impaired users.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - New Bond Street with Grosvenor Street and Maddox Street)

  • There are crossings with tactile paving at each of the 4 sides of this junction.
  • The road surface at the crossings is grey tarmac.
  • There is one-way traffic on Grosvenor Street and Maddox Street (westbound).
    There is one-way traffic on New Bond Street (southbound).
    There is no written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • There are visual indicators at all the crossing points.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.
    At least 1 control at each crossing point has a rotating cone for visually impaired users.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - New Bond Street with Brook Street)

  • There are crossings with tactile paving at each of the 4 sides of this junction.
  • The road surface at the crossings is grey tarmac.
  • There is one-way traffic on Brook Street (eastbound).
    There is one-way traffic on New Bond Street (southbound).
    There is no written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • There are visual indicators at all the crossing points.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.
    At least 1 control at each crossing point has a rotating cone for visually impaired users.

Side Street Crossings (along New Bond Street)

  • Grafton Street is to the west of New Bond Street (photographs 1 - 3).
    Traffic is eastbound only.
    There is tactile paving on both sides of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.
  • Clifford Street is to the east of New Bond Street (photographs 4 and 5).
    Traffic is eastbound only.
    There is no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.
  • Bloomfield Place is to the west of New Bond Street (photographs 6 and 7).
    The access point for Bloomfield Place is level.
    The pavement consists of flagstone paving.
  • Lancashire Court is to the west of New Bond Street (photographs 8 and 9).
    The access point for Lancashire Court is level.
    The pavement consists of flagstone paving.
  • Dering Street is to the east of New Bond Street (photographs 10 - 12).
    Traffic is westbound only.
    There is no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.
  • Blenheim Street is to the west of New Bond Street (photographs 13 and 14).
    Traffic is eastbound only.
    There is no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.

General Accessibility (Burlington Gardens - Old/New Bond Street to Vigo Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • There is step-free access throughout Burlington Gardens.
      The pavements are mostly even and consist of flagstone paving (photographs 1-14).
      Most of the shops and restaurants in this section have step-free entrances, with only a few having steps.
    • The street is not pedestrianised, however there is only light traffic during peak times.
      Traffic is in both directions along Burlington Gardens.
    • There is a pedestrian only entrance to Burlington Arcade off Burlington Gardens, opposite Cork Street (photographs 15 and 16).
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture available along this section.
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street, at the junction with Grafton Street.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • The nearest Legible London wayfinding signs are available at the junction of Old Bond Street and Piccadilly and also at the junction of Old Bond Street, New Bond Street and Burlington Gardens (photographs 17 and 18).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Burlington Gardens.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Piccadilly, close to where Old Bond Street and Piccadilly meet and on Regent Street, near the junction of Regent Street and Vigo Street.
      The bus stops are less than 100m apart.
      All the bus stops have bus shelters with route maps and perching seats, 55cm - 65cm high.
      Some of the shelters also have displays of the services due.
    • There is a taxi rank on Burlington Gardens, outside Brunello Cucinelli, opposite Cork Street (photograph 19).
    • There are no tube stations on Burlington Gardens, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly.
      Green Park Station has step-free access.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Burlington Gardens with Vigo Street and Saville Row)

  • There are no pedestrian controlled crossing points over Saville Row and Vigo Street (leading from Burlington Gardens).
    The most used crossing area for Saville Row is at the end of the junction with Burlington Gardens (photographs 1 and 2).
    There are no dropped kerbs or tactile paving at this crossing area.
    There are various areas to cross Vigo Street (leading from Burlington Gardens), however there are no dropped kerbs or tactile paving (photographs 3 - 5).
  • The road surface at the crossing points is tarmac.
  • There is two-way traffic on Burlington Gardens.
    There is one-way traffic eastbound on Vigo Street.
    There is one-way traffic southbound on Saville Row.
    There is no written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • There are no visual/audible indicators at the crossing points.

Side Street Crossings (along Burlington Gardens)

  • Cork Street is located opposite Burlington Arcade, between Old Bond Street and Vigo Street (photographs 1 - 3).
    There are no pedestrian controlled crossing points over Cork Street.
    The pavement at the end of the junction is flush with the road and there is no tactile paving.
    The road surface consists of block paving throughout.
  • The Royal Academy of Arts West Yard Entrance is located next to Burlington Arcade, between Old Bond Street and Vigo Street (photographs 4 and 5).
    There are no pedestrian controlled crossing points here.
    The pavement here is flush with the road and there is no tactile paving.
    The road surface consists of block paving.
  • Old Burlington Street is located opposite the Royal Academy of Arts, between Old Bond Street and Vigo Street (photographs 6 - 8).
    There are no pedestrian controlled crossing points here.
    There are no dropped kerbs with tactile paving available.
    The road surface consists of tarmac.

General Accessibility (Vigo Street - Burlington Gardens to Regent Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • There is step-free access throughout Vigo Street.
      The pavements are mostly even and consist of flagstone paving and tarmac (photographs 1 - 15).
      Most of the shops and restaurants in this section have step-free entrances, with only a few having steps.
    • The street is not pedestrianised, however there is only light traffic during peak times.
      Traffic is one-way, eastbound along Vigo Street.
      The pavements narrow slightly between Burlington Gardens and Sackville Street.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture available along this section.
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street, at the junction with Grafton Street.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • The nearest Legible London wayfinding signs are available at the junction of Vigo Street and Regent Street and at the junction of Old Bond Street, New Bond Street and Burlington Gardens (photographs 16 and 17).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Vigo Street.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Regent Street, near the junction of Regent Street and Vigo Street.
      All the bus stops have bus shelters with route maps and perching seats, 55cm - 65cm high.
      Some of the shelters also have displays of the services due.
    • There is a taxi rank on Vigo Street, opposite Superdry and next to the Regent Street junction (photograph 18).
    • There are no tube stations on Burlington Gardens, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly.
      Green Park Station has step-free access.

Side Street Crossings (along Vigo Street)

  • Sackville Street is located on Vigo Street, opposite Burberry and close to Regent Street.
    There are dropped kerbs with no tactile paving on either side of the road.
    The road surface is tarmac.
    There are no visual/audible indicators at this crossing point.

General Accessibility (Conduit Street - New Bond Street to Regent Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Conduit Street joins New Bond Street in the west with Regent Street in the east.
      There is step-free access throughout Conduit Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even (photographs 1 - 11).
    • There is a zebra crossing over Conduit Street, between Regent Street and Saville Row (photographs 12 and 13).
      The zebra crossing has dropped kerbs and tactile paving on both sides.
      This crossing point has a central resting area and written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
    • Some side road crossings have dropped kerbs with no tactile paving.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture along Conduit Street.
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction of Conduit Street and Regent Street, and at the junction of New Bond Street and Conduit Street (photographs 14 and 15).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are bus stops on Conduit Street on both sides of the road.
      The bus stops are less than 200m apart.
    • There is a taxi rank on Conduit Street, outside John Varvatos, close to Mill Street (photograph 16).
    • There are no tube stations on Conduit Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.

Side Street Crossings (along Conduit Street)

  • St George Street is to the north of Conduit Street (photographs 1 and 2).
    Traffic comes from both directions along St George Street.
    There are dropped kerbs but no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.
  • Saville Row is to the south of Conduit Street (photographs 3 and 4).
    Traffic comes from both directions along Saville Row.
    There are dropped kerbs but no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.
  • Mill Street is to the north of Conduit Street (photographs 5 and 6).
    Traffic is northbound only.
    There are no dropped kerbs or tactile paving at the recommended crossing point.
    The road surface at the crossing point is grey tarmac which has some contrast with the pavements.

General Accessibility (Grosvenor Street - New Bond Street to Grosvenor Gardens)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Grosvenor Street joins New Bond Street in the east with Grosvenor Square in the west.
      There is step-free access throughout Grosvenor Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even (photographs 1 - 5).
    • There are several areas throughout Grosvenor Street where roadworks are taking place (photographs 6 - 9).
      At the section close to Grosvenor Square, 1 side of the pathway is closed and a temporary crossing is in place.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture along Grosvenor Street.
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street or within Grosvenor Gardens.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction of Grosvenor Street and Grosvenor Square, and at the junction of New Bond Street and Grosvenor Street (photographs 10 and 11).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Grosvenor Street.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Conduit Street or Regent Street.
    • There is a taxi rank on Grosvenor Street, outside Alexander Kordo (photograph 12).
    • There are no tube stations on Grosvenor Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.

Side Street Crossings (along Grosvenor Street)

  • Avery Row is to the north of Grosvenor Street (photographs 1 and 2).
    The access point for Avery Row is level.
    The pavement consists of flagstone paving.
  • Bourdon Street is to the south of Grosvenor Street.
    Traffic is northbound only along Bourdon Street.
    There is a dropped kerb with tactile paving on 1 side of the road.
  • Broadbent Street is to the south of Grosvenor Street (photographs 3 and 4).
    The access point for Broadbent Street is level.
    The pavement consists of flagstone paving.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Grosvenor Street with Davies Street)

  • There are crossings with dropped kerbs and tactile paving at each of the 4 sides of this junction.
  • The crossings have buff coloured tarmac which contrast with the grey tarmac road.
  • There is one-way traffic on Grosvenor Street (westbound).
    There is two-way traffic on Davies Street.
    There is written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • There are visual indicators at all the crossing points.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.
    At least 1 control at each crossing point has a rotating cone for visually impaired users.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Grosvenor Street with Grosvenor Square and Carlos Place)

  • There are crossings with dropped kerbs and buff/red coloured tactile paving at each of the 3 sides of this junction.
  • There is a central island at the crossing point leading from Grosvenor Street to Grosvenor Square.
    The central island surface consists of flagstone paving.
    There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving either side of the central island.
    There is a zebra crossing leading from the central island to Grosvenor Square Gardens.
    The zebra crossing is the only crossing point that doesn't have pedestrian controlled signals.
  • The road surface at the crossings is grey tarmac.
  • There is one-way traffic on Grosvenor Street (westbound) and Grosvenor Square (southbound and westbound).
    There is two-way traffic on Carlos Street.
  • There are visual indicators at all the crossing points, with the exception of the zebra crossing towards Grosvenor Square Gardens.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.
    At least 1 control at each crossing point has a rotating cone for visually impaired users.

General Accessibility (Maddox Street - New Bond Street to Regent Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Maddox Street joins New Bond Street in the west with Regent Street in the east.
      There is step-free access throughout Maddox Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even (photographs 1 - 7).
    • There are several areas throughout Maddox Street where roadworks are taking place (photographs 8 - 10).
    • The side road crossings along this street do not have dropped kerbs or tactile paving.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture along Maddox Street.
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction of Maddox Street and Regent Street, and at the junction of New Bond Street and Maddox Street (photographs 11 and 12).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Maddox Street.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Conduit Street or Regent Street.
    • There is a taxi rank on New Bond Street close to the junction with Maddox Street (photograph 13) .
    • There are no tube stations on Maddox Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Maddox Street with St George Street)

  • There are 4 crossing points at this junction.
    None of the crossing points have dropped kerbs with tactile paving on both sides of the road.
  • The surface at 3 of the crossings is grey tarmac.
    The surface at the Maddox Street (east side) crossing consists of buff coloured tarmac and contrasts with the grey road.
  • There is one-way traffic on Maddox Street (westbound).
    There is two-way traffic on St George Street.
    There is written floor signage to indicate the direction of traffic at the Maddox Street (east side) crossing only.
  • There are pedestrian controlled indicators at the Maddox Street (east side) crossing point only, all other crossings have no pedestrian controls.

Side Street Crossings (along Maddox Street)

  • Mill Street is to the south of Maddox Street (photographs 1 and 2).
    Traffic is northbound only.
    There are no dropped kerbs or tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface consists of grey tarmac.
  • Mason’s Arms Mews is to the north of Maddox Street (photographs 3 and 4).
    Traffic comes from both directions.
    There are no dropped kerbs or tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface consists of grey tarmac.
  • Pollen Street is to the north of Maddox Street (photographs 5 and 6).
    The crossing is flush with the Pollen Street access point.
    The pavement surface along Pollen street consists of block paving.

General Accessibility (Brook Street (West) - New Bond Street to Grosvenor Square)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Brook Street (west) joins New Bond Street in the east with Grosvenor Square in the west.
      There is step-free access throughout Brook Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even with some areas of block paving (photographs 1 - 15).
    • Some side road crossings have dropped kerbs with no tactile paving.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating or street furniture along Brook Street (west).
      The nearest seating is located on New Bond Street or within Grosvenor Square Gardens.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction of Brook Street and South Moulton Street, and at the junction of New Bond Street and Brook Street (photographs 16 and 17).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Brook Street (west).
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Oxford Street.
    • There is a taxi rank on Brook Street, next to Claridge’s (photograph 18).
    • There are no tube stations on Brook Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Brook Street (West) with Davies Street)

  • There are crossings with dropped kerbs and tactile paving at each of the 4 sides of this junction.
  • The crossings for Brook Street (westbound) and Davies Street (southbound) have buff coloured tarmac which contrast with the grey tarmac road.
  • There is two-way traffic on both Brook Street and Davies Street.
  • There are visual indicators with a timed countdown at all the crossing points.
    The indicators are activated by push button controls.
    The controls at the crossing points are at heights of 105cm.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Brook Street (West) with Grosvenor Square and Duke Street)

  • There are zebra crossings with dropped kerbs and tactile paving at each of the 3 sides of this junction.
  • There is a central island at the crossing point leading from Duke Street to Grosvenor Square.
    The central island surface consists of flagstone paving.
    There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving either side of the central island.
    There is a zebra crossing leading from the central island to Grosvenor Square Gardens.
  • The road surface at the crossings is tarmac.
  • There is one-way traffic on Duke Street (northbound) and Grosvenor Square (southbound and eastbound).
    There is two-way traffic on Brook Street.

Side Street Crossings (along Brook Street - West)

  • Lancashire Court is to the south of Brook Street (west) and has 2 access points along this street (photographs 1 - 4).
    The Brook Street pavement is flush with both of the access points.
    The pavement surface at the access points is block paving.
  • Haunch of Venison Yard is to the north of Brook Street (west) (photographs 5 and 6).
    The pavement is flush with the road at this crossing point and has no tactile paving.
    The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • South Molton Street is to the north of Brook Street (west) (photograph 7).
    The pavement is flush with the access point for South Molton Street.
    This part of South Molton Street is pedestrianised and consists of block paving.
  • South Molton Lane is to the north of Brook Street (west) (photographs 8 and 9).
    There are dropped kerbs with no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • Gilbert Street is to the north of Brook Street (west) (photographs 10 and 11).
    There are dropped kerbs with no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The dropped kerbs have a block paved surface.
    The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • Binney Street is to the north of Brook Street (west) (photographs 12 and 13).
    There are dropped kerbs with no tactile paving either side of the road.
    The dropped kerbs have a block paved surface.
    The road surface consists of tarmac.

General Accessibility (Brook Street (East) - New Bond Street to Hanover Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Brook Street (east) joins New Bond Street in the west with Hanover Square in the east.
      There is step-free access throughout Brook Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even with some areas of block paving (photographs 1 - 10).
    • There are some roadworks and building work along Brook Street (east), close to Hanover Square.
    • There is a Zebra crossing over Brook Street (east), next to Fenwick (photographs 11 and 12).
      This Zebra crossing has dropped kerbs and tactile paving on both sides.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is a fixed bench seat next to Fenwick, near to the junction with New Bond Street (photograph 13).
      The seat does not have a backrest.
      Additional seating is located on New Bond Street or within Hanover Square Gardens.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction of Brook Street and New Bond Street and at the junction of Brook Street and Hanover Street (photographs 14 and 15).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are no bus stops on Brook Street.
    • The nearest bus stops are located on Oxford Street or Regent Street.
    • There is a taxi rank on Brook Street, next to Fenwick (photograph 16) .
    • There are no tube stations on Brook Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.

Main Pedestrian Crossing(s) (Junction - Brook Street (East) with Hanover Square, St George Street and Hanover Street)

  • There is a pedestrian crossing over St George Street between Itsu and Ten Health and Fitness (photographs 1 - 3).
    This crossing has dropped kerbs on both sides of the road, however there is no tactile paving.
    The crossing over Hanover Street also has dropped kerbs but no tactile paving.
    There is a zebra crossing over Hanover Square as you reach the junction from Hanover Street (photograph 4).
    This crossing has dropped kerbs and tactile paving on both sides.
  • There is a central island for the St George Street crossing.
    The central island surface consists of flagstone paving.
  • The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • There is written floor signage indicating the traffic direction at the Hanover Street and St George Street crossings.
  • There are no pedestrian controls at any of the crossings.

General Accessibility (Hanover Street - Brook Street to Regent Street)

  • Paths and Pavements View
    • Hanover Street joins Brook Street in the west with Regent Street in the east.
      There is step-free access throughout Hanover Street.
      The pavements have a flagstone surface which is generally even (photographs 1 - 14).
    • There are some roadworks and building work along the street.
    • There is a crossing point close to the junction with Hanover Square (photograph 8).
      This crossing point has dropped kerbs on both sides of the road, however there is no tactile paving.
      There is a one-way cycle track on the left hand side of the road, leading towards Regent Street.
  • Street Furniture and Features View
    • There is no seating along Hanover Street.
      The nearest seating is located within Hanover Square Gardens.
  • Maps and Signage View
    • There are Legible London wayfinding signs available at the junction with Hanover Square, and at the junction with Regent Street (photographs 15 and 16).
  • Public Transport View
    • There are bus stops on Regent Street, on both sides of the road, close to where Hanover Street meets Regent Street.
      The bus stops are less than 100m apart.
    • There are taxi ranks nearby on Regent Street and Oxford Street.
    • There are no tube stations on Hanover Street, the nearest being Green Park on Piccadilly or Bond Street off Marylebone Lane (west of Holles Street).
      Both Green Park Station and Bond Street Station have step-free access.
    • Oxford Street Station is also nearby, however this station is only accessed by steps.

Side Street Crossings (along Hanover Street)

  • Pollen Street is to the south of Hanover Street.
    The pavement is flush with the road and has no tactile paving.
    The road surface consists of block paving.