UPDATE: Comments close Sunday 13 October. You can still comment on Lambeth council's map of the Brixton area where they are seeking input on making streets better, safer and with cleaner air. This is part of the Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood plan. As well as adding new comments to their map you can add support to … Continue reading Have your say on making Brixton better for people walking and cycling
TFL has a consultation on changes to Kennington Park Road at the junction with Braganza Street. This is the junction on CS7 by Kennington tube station. What TFL says: Our plan is to modify the junction to create a ‘right turn only phase’ for traffic turning from Kennington Park Road into Braganza Street. This will remove … Continue reading TFL Consultation Kennington Park Road and Braganza Street, CS7
TFLhas a consultation on changes to the junction where CS7 on Clapham Road passes Union Road, with the Pheonix pub on the corner. This junction has particular dangers with cars turning in to Union Road across people cycling and dashing across Clapham Road from Stirling Road into Union Road. As TFL says: In the last … Continue reading Clapham Road CS7 junction at Union Road
Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood could be amazing for walking and cycling in Brixton and create safe, pleasant, links to Clapham, Herne Hill and Loughborough Junction. You can tell Lambeth where the current issues are and how to make it better. What they say: Lambeth Council need your help to make the Brixton area a healthier place, … Continue reading Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood – your first chance to have your say
Waterloo and South Bank is experiencing significant development and economic growth. This brings both benefits and challenges, including increased pressure on infrastructure and public spaces or the 'public realm'. Lambeth Council and its consultants have been running local events on what improvements might look like and have now published a draft framework and a survey. … Continue reading Draft Waterloo and South Bank Public Realm Framework
Lambeth Council is consulting on its draft Transport Strategy and LIP, the implementation plan (LCC guidance). This doesn’t just set out the borough’s spending plans on transport for the next three years but also their approach for the next 20 years. So we really need as many people as possible to use this moment to … Continue reading Lambeth’s Transport Strategy Consultation – Respond by Monday 17th Dec!