Healthier and safer streets for Ferndale, Loughborough and Railton neighbourhoods

The Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood is getting local with the council starting engagement on improvements in the three areas 'Ferndale', 'Loughborough' and 'Railton'. Ferndale There are three ideas the council is asking about: Access to bus, walk, cycle throughSide roads access only, keep traffic on main routes.Access to bus, walk, cycle through, building towards a zero-emission … Continue reading Healthier and safer streets for Ferndale, Loughborough and Railton neighbourhoods

Join us this Thursday for an action packed meeting

We have lots on at our meeting this month. Join us at 7.30pm on Thursday in Stockwell when we have guest speakers on Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood and the campaign for a safer A23 in Streatham. The council's Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood Project Lead will update us on the low traffic neighbourhoods being developed with local people … Continue reading Join us this Thursday for an action packed meeting

Support safer cycling on the A23 Streatham Hill

TfL has opened a consultation for much needed cycle tracks, and more pedestrian crossings, on Streatham Hill. We support these plans and hope you will show your support too. The A23 at Streatham Hill is currently dominated by motor traffic and can be intimidating and unpleasant place for people who visit, study, live and work … Continue reading Support safer cycling on the A23 Streatham Hill

New Brockwell Park to Gipsy Hill consultation

Act now! The short survey for this consultation closes Saturday 29 February. Great new proposals provide a safer route for people walking and cycling along Rosendale Road, especially for kids heading to school and to Brockwell Park. The council has just published proposals for 11 new zebra crossings, including by the shops, and a segregated cycle … Continue reading New Brockwell Park to Gipsy Hill consultation

Council cabinet member for the environment at our next meeting

Cllr Claire Holland, our guest speaker Wednesday 15 January Councillor Claire Holland, Lambeth's Cabinet member for the Environment and Clean Air will be our guest speaker at our meeting at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 January. Since starting her cabinet role, Cllr Holland has overseen a change of gear in the council's approach to walking and … Continue reading Council cabinet member for the environment at our next meeting

South bank improvements planned

Lambeth council has a consultation on plans to improve the streets around the south bank centre and access to it from Waterloo station. We fully support these plans to improve the area, including much better conditions for people walking and cycling and reducing or eliminating through traffic from this area.  The proposals include some options. … Continue reading South bank improvements planned

Council approves bold new transport strategy

Lambeth's new transport strategy has been approved by councillors, more importantly so has the plan for how it'll be implemented. Lambeth Cyclists was there. Lambeth Cyclists was there. This is what we told councillors: We welcome Lambeth’s bold new Transport Strategy and support its core principle of rebalancing Lambeth’s streets in favour of walking, cycling … Continue reading Council approves bold new transport strategy