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Transport for London undertook a regeneration programme around Euston Circus with the aim of creating a more pleasant space, a simplified junction and improvements to aid pedestrians, cyclists, cars and users of public transport.

The new design, developed for TfL in partnership with Camden Council, Design for London and British Land, simplified the junction layout meaning pedestrians now have to use fewer crossings and improved access to nearby Tube stations and University College London Hospital.

In addition to improvements to the road layout, wider pavements for pedestrians and cyclists and additional seating areas were included in the plans. As the project came to a close, HBG-HD was used across a 4,500 metre² area of Euston Circus to clean the pavements and protect them in the future.

Ideally suited to areas of heavy traffic and footfall, like Euston Circus, HBG-HD was chosen because of its ability to prevent water, grime, grease, bird droppings, chewing gum and algae from penetrating the pavement’s surface. A hard-wearing solution to keep Euston Circus’ redeveloped surfaces looking clean for many years to come.

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