Well it's the 12th June and the station is still closed and apparently London Underground have no idea when the station will be re-opened.
Chris Bolt, regulator for the LU's PPP is concerned about Metronet's performance. He believes that if the problems continued, London Underground could use its 'step in' rights to oversee Metronet contracts and make it pay costs for this. These penalties could be around £100,000 a week, so if I were them, I'd get a move on.
After the original opening date, a spokesman at Metronet, being more than a bit previous, said "The century-old station structure now has new life - and I'm confident that the finished product is much improved, brighter, and safer - and that the new lifts will provide many years of reliable service in the future."