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5 months ago

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To what extent do you agree or disagree that the following new features or upgrades would improve this location? (1 Strongly disagree - 5 Strongly agree)

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Seating and tables
More trees and planting
Cycle parking
Play features
Improved lighting
Improved footpath surfacing
Space for community events and activities
Electric Vehicle infrastructure (e.g. charging points)
Car club parking (e.g. Zipcar, Hiyacar)
Dockless cycle / e-scooter hire (e.g. Lime, Human Forest)

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over 1 year ago

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To what extent do you agree or disagree that the following new features or upgrades would improve this location? (1 Strongly disagree - 5 Strongly agree)

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Seating and tables
More trees and planting
Cycle parking
Play features
Improved lighting
Improved footpath surfacing
Space for community events and activities
Electric Vehicle infrastructure (e.g. charging points)
Car club parking (e.g. Zipcar, Hiyacar)
Dockless cycle / e-scooter hire (e.g. Lime, Human Forest)

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The kerbside – most easily recognised today as the space where cars park – is one of the largest public assets we have control over. If we reallocated kerbside space in this area, what would you like to see?

Drop off aoaces for vehicles taxis and delivery vehicles

Are there any other changes that you think would improve this space?

Keep it as it is

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over 1 year ago

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To what extent do you agree or disagree that the following new features or upgrades would improve this location? (1 Strongly disagree - 5 Strongly agree)

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Seating and tables
More trees and planting
Cycle parking
Play features
Improved lighting
Improved footpath surfacing
Space for community events and activities
Electric Vehicle infrastructure (e.g. charging points)
Car club parking (e.g. Zipcar, Hiyacar)
Dockless cycle / e-scooter hire (e.g. Lime, Human Forest)

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over 1 year ago

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To what extent do you agree or disagree that the following new features or upgrades would improve this location? (1 Strongly disagree - 5 Strongly agree)

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Seating and tables
More trees and planting
Cycle parking
Play features
Improved lighting
Improved footpath surfacing
Space for community events and activities
Electric Vehicle infrastructure (e.g. charging points)
Car club parking (e.g. Zipcar, Hiyacar)
Dockless cycle / e-scooter hire (e.g. Lime, Human Forest)

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Are there any other changes that you think would improve this space?

I would love to see the roads returned to their original state like they were before 2020. When there wasn’t a problem with them. Since ltns they are a disaster.

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over 1 year ago

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To what extent do you agree or disagree that the following new features or upgrades would improve this location? (1 Strongly disagree - 5 Strongly agree)

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Seating and tables
More trees and planting
Cycle parking
Play features
Improved lighting
Improved footpath surfacing
Space for community events and activities
Electric Vehicle infrastructure (e.g. charging points)
Car club parking (e.g. Zipcar, Hiyacar)
Dockless cycle / e-scooter hire (e.g. Lime, Human Forest)

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The kerbside – most easily recognised today as the space where cars park – is one of the largest public assets we have control over. If we reallocated kerbside space in this area, what would you like to see?

Trees , planting, biodiversity habitat regeneration. Bee links between parks, and wildlife corridors. Urban forest; Managed tree plan- for 50 -100 years ahead, for whole borough biodiversity, urban heat island cooling, air quality improvement. To include, streets, gardens, parks and open spaces. Seating and tables- seating is useful for those walking with limited mobility who need a resting place on their journey . Please ensure that the seats are at an appropriate height for children, small adults, large adults and those requiring arm rests to help stand and sit. More trees and planting- Tree planting, using rain water from street. Please make sure consultation is carried out with a biodiversity expert, who can ensure that the surfaces are either porous, or channel rainwater to new trees and planting. Make sure any interventions are robust and well designed. An avenue of trees from Tule Hill to Brixton Hill would be wonderful. The minimum would be from Claverdale Road to Brading Road. Maplestead Road/ Upper Tulse hill junction planting can also be improved. Cycle Parking- Cycle parking by schools and shops on Upper Tulse hill definitely is required for these destinations. The Upper Tulse Hill/ Claverdale Road road junction is not a destination- it is possible that not many people might want to park their bike there. Play features- This could be lovely if kept clearly to one side that does not have any traffic. It could be dangerous to encourage play at a road junction, or on a cycle route . Improved lighting- certainly- if the streetlights are not working, usually street lights work fine. Improved footpath surface- certainly if the pavement is broken it can be fixed. Space for community events and activities- this might be more appropriate at a place without any traffic. can a section of a road be closed to traffic- and create a pedestrianised area? why would these happen at a road junction??? This junction will be open for emergency vehicles, cycles, e bikes and allowed users eg blue blade holders. Community events happen locally in Holmewood gardens and Claverdale Road street party and Leander Road Street party. EV charging points- not good to encourage car parking at this junction, which is being improved for use by pedestrians and cyclists. Car club/ zip car- not good to encourage car parking at this junction, which is being improved for use by pedestrians and cyclists. Dockless cycle/ scooter hire- if ‘dockless’ they will not stay in place- but can get strewn all over the road. Scooter hire- is this affordable to Lambeth residents- can there be a low cost scheme.

Are there any other changes that you think would improve this space?

The street called Upper Tulse Hill needs a lot of improvements, especially from Brixton Hill to Claverdale road and beyond. The Upper Tulse Hill parade of shops from Brading Road to Wimbart road needs huge improvements- and the shops here need to be consulted businesses* here have not been consulted- Corner Cafe Chemist/ Pharmacy Hair salon Local shop Chinese takeaway Also church , corner of Ostade Road and Upper Tulse Hill needs to be consulted. (just as much as the Elm Park road parade of shops). This area has been neglected- and the shop owners are impacted directly by th LTN. Suggestions An avenue of trees from Claverdale road to Brading road. A widened pavement at junctions of Brading Road and Wimbart Road to Upper Tulse Hill, with trees, cycle parking and seating areas. Car parking only opposite the shops- not directly outside shops, except disabled parking, van unloading. A marked Cycle route clearly on one side of the Upper Tulse Hill road or the other, including passing by Holy Trinity school and Holmewood nursery. Car route separate from cycles, which encourages safely for cycle users. Concentrate improvements on the destinations and routes , (the junction at Upper Tulse Hill and Claverdale Road is NOT a destination in itself, but part of a route) Design for vehicles- eg cycles, cargo bikes, electric and manual scooters, that are allowed through the LTN barrier . Consider Allowing electric motor scooters and motor bikes to go through LTN’ at slow speed - if they are prioritised as part of a transport de-carbonisation plan ( less polluting than cars?). Make sure there is a joined- up plan with all of the Climate Action goals set out by Lambeth . Carry out analysis as to where people travel by foot, bicycle, scooter, and for children going to school- where is the lollypop man/ woman- where are crossing places required. Look at patterns of use in the part of the road between nursery, shop and schools.

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