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Update 13/12/2021

This is an update from the Low Traffic Neighbourhood team at Lambeth Council.

The Tulse Hill consultation is ongoing. We have had a strong response to the survey so far and would encourage those who are yet to complete the survey to do so by 11.59pm Sunday 19th December.

As always, our lowtrafficneighbourhoods@lambeth.gov.uk inbox is also open for questions and feedback. Since the start of the consultation on the 15th of November we have held five pop-up stalls at various times and place to provide residents with more information on completing the surveys. At the stalls we have had mechanics hosting Dr Bike sessions and Transport Police doing bike security marking, through a partnership with the UK’s largest cycle database BikeRegister.

Young people were asked their thoughts on the borough’s transport network at sessions in High Trees community centre.

Joyriders

Joyriders is an organisation that supports women to gain confidence in their riding skills to the point where they are happy and comfortable riding a bike independently. Since April 2021 they have trained 90 ride leaders and run 259 rides for 1600+ women, across 4 cities. JoyRiders' #WinterChallenge is their main fundraising event of the year. This year they are challenging you - and anyone you know who rides a bike - to help them reach a 100,000 mile target. All rides between 1st December and 28th February count... and you can either upload directly, or link to Strava to record your rides.

JoyRiders' Winter 100,000 Challenge

Brixton Hill

We want to ask you about the local issues regarding traffic, air quality, green spaces and the public realm in the Brixton Hill Area. We know that as we move into the future, the risks associated with our changing climate, such as flooding or extreme heat events, will increase. Therefore, we want to improve the local area to make it more resilient to the challenges of the future, whilst also creating a low traffic neighbourhood where it is easier and safer to walk and cycle for all.

A Brixton Hill Commonplace page went live 10th of December 2021, where you can leave your comments. For those who have not got access to the internet or would like to get involved in face-to-face or online events to have their say and help us design an LTN that works for everyone, here’s how else you can get involved:

  • Walk and talks
  • Round tables
  • Youth engagement
  • Resident Engagement
  • Business Engagement
  • Pop-up stalls
  • Online Q&As
  • Posted on 13th December 2021

    by JM