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New interpretation panel in Parliament Square

Three women and one man are standing around a long illustrative panel discussing the new design. In the background is the Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament, better known as Big Ben.
Discussing the design for the new panel in Parliament Square
New interpretation panel in Parliament Square

The Trust is working with the Access Company and Transport for London on the design of a new panel for Parliament Square. This is part of the series of panoramic views of central London that form the Jubilee Walkway. This was set up in 1977 to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.

A meeting was recently held with disabled consultants to look at the existing panel and one that was produced earlier this. This produced very useful comments which will be carried forward. At the end of the production of this panel, which shows such important buildings as the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, it is hoped that a set of guidelines for future design will be produced.

Taking part in the consultation were Rubina Hassinali, Zara Todd, Ann Bates, Isabella Murdoch and Mary Connelly.

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