FuturePlan is an ambitious programme of development dedicated to transforming the V&A by revitalising visitor facilities, redisplaying the collections and restoring and enhancing the original 19th century architecture. Working with the best architects and designers, we are bringing the V&A into the 21st century using modern design and innovation at the heart of the Museum. Over the past ten years, this ambitious programme has significantly renewed both the South Kensington site and the Museum of Childhood. To date, 70% of the Museum's public space has been transformed and many previously hidden areas opened up. The next few years will see the construction of a new gallery space to deliver the Museum's world-class programme of temporary exhibitions, publicly-accessible courtyard and cafe on the Boilerhouse Yard site, and a new entrance on Exhibition Road. An extensive suite of new galleries to redisplay the magnificent European collections (1600-1800) will complete the restoration of the entire front wing of the Museum.