Have your say on plans to open up access from the Mile End campus to Meath Gardens, Mile End Park and Roman Road
As part of ongoing work to improve spaces and facilities on campus, we’re inviting all staff and students to have their say on this proposed development, which would open up access from the back of the Mile End campus to Meath Gardens, Mile End Park and the shops and businesses of Roman Road.
Tower Hamlets has been successful in bidding to secure funding to pursue its Roman Road West Regeneration initiative. This includes plans to open up the railway arch linking the north of Queen Mary’s Mile End campus with Meath Gardens, meaning that the Roman Road market, shops, cafes and businesses would be little more than five minutes’ walk away. The link would also provide improved access to the green spaces of Mile End Park and Meath Gardens.
Students and staff in the School of Geography are helping Tower Hamlets with their bid by conducting a survey among Queen Mary staff and students about your views on the proposal and how you might use the new access point. Please spare a couple of minutes to complete their short online questionnaire before Monday 15 October.