This evening, 4 November 2015, Southwark Council in association with the Mayor of London and
Sustrans is holding a workshop to look at the development of Quietways and other cycling measures in the Dulwich and Herne Hill area.
The meeting is open to all, not just Southwark residents, and is of special interest if you cycle in the area.
The meeting takes place at Herne Hill Methodist Church Hall, Half Moon Lane,SE24 9HU -near to Herne Hill station (and Lambeth border!) and starting at 6:30pm.
The meeting will be joined by the Mayor of London’s Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan who will be outlining the Quietways programme as well as representatives from Southwark Council and Sustrans who are responsible for consulting on, and developing, the Quietways.
The provisional agenda for the meeting is
18.30 Welcome – Matthew Hill, Public Realm Programme Manager
18.35 Council introduction -Cllr Darren Merrill, cabinet member for Environment & Public Realm
18.40 Mayor’s Office Introduction -Andrew Gilligan, Cycling Commissioner
18.45 Resident introduction -To be confirmed
18.50 Quietways engagement feedback -Sustrans
19.00 Workshops – Kevin Dykes – Senior Involvement Officer
Three/four breakout groups where people explore committed and future cycle routes in the Dulwich area and consider:
• Issues for cyclists
• Issues for pedestrians
• Issues for other vehicles
19.40 “Fishbowl” format feedback session -Council officers, ward councillors and residents doing report back from workshops sit in central circle and start feedback, everyone else in outer circle. Other participants can swap into inner circle to contribute to discussion as well.
20.20 Next steps -Cllr Merrill & Matthew Hill