Walworth Road as good example

Changes to London’s streets almost always require the public to be consulted. London Living Streets interacts with the Walking and Cycling Commissioner for London, Transport for London (TfL), London Assembly members, borough councillors and other political leaders to make sure the interests and needs of Londoners on foot are taken into consideration. We take the consultation process very seriously and respond in detail.

Our past responses to consultations                                                                                  

please click on individual title to go to PDF file of submission

Department for Transport, Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy, safety review, June 2018

Ultra Low Emission Zone and Low Emission Zone, February 2018

Heavy Goods Vehicles Safety Standard Permit as part of the Direct Vision Standard to reduce road Danger, January 2018

Borough High Street at Marshalsea Road and Great Dover Street, December 2017

Cycle Superhighway 4, November 2017

Cycle Superhighway 9, October 2017

Mayor’s Draft Transport Strategy, September 2017

Grosvenor Place, September 2017

Waterloo, July 2017

Transformation of Oxford Street, June 2017

Draft Plan for Policing & Crime, March 2017

Delivering Vision Zero, February 2017

Bus Services – London Assembly call for evidence, January 2017

Proposals to improve air quality – a new emissions surcharge & ideas for improving Ultra Low Emission Zone, December 2016

City for All Londoners, December 2016

Westminster Walking Strategy, September 2016

Tavistock Place, September 2016

Review into TfL’s role in promoting better health in London, September 2016

Investigation into Traffic Congestion in Central London – London Assembly Transport Committee   August 2016


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