"Work at the cathedral never stops: a two hundred year view is strategic; a twenty-year view is tactical; even 'temporary' may mean 'up to five years'."
John Penton MBE, Architect and Access Consultant.
"The accessibility improvement project is still a work in progress. The experience for disabled visitors is much improved from ten years ago due to the belief of all concerned that an inclusive experience for everyone is a high priority."
Brenda Wallman, Head of Access, City of London Corporation.
"The consultation process at all stages of the project has been stimulating, informative and creative; St Paul's owes a great debt to all those who contributed their views and advice."
Martin Stancliffe, Surveyor to the Fabric, St Paul's. Senior partner, Purcell Miller Tritton.
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To the left is a one fifth scale reproduction of a 2007 drawing of the American Chapel at St Paul's Cathedral. The red arrows identify proposed pedestrian flows following the installation of a hoist and improved access.
The drawing is the property of and was generously made available by St Paul's Cathedral.
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