Developing permanent designs:
Lambeth Council are currently developing permanent designs for the Tulse Hill Low Traffic Neighbourhood. During January and February 2023, we carried out public engagement to consult the community on potential designs for two specific sites within the LTN, Elm Park shopping parade, and the junction of Upper Tulse Hill and Claverdale Road.
You can see the results of this engagement by downloading the pdf below. The results include:
An overview of the activities we carried out during the permanent design engagement.
Who responded and how.
Key priorities and comments from people we spoke to locally and those who responded to the online survey.
Through this engagement we are developing the permanent LTN designs based on suggestions from the local community.
We are designing permanent traffic filters to replace the current planters, as well as a range of street improvements across the LTN. This includes:
Major street improvements to Elm Park shopping parade and the junction of Upper Tulse Hill and Claverdale Road
Accessibility improvements such as dropped kerbs and tactile paving
More trees and planting
Seating and play features
What’s happening next?
A more detailed report on the permanent design engagement will be published towards the end of May. This will include concept designs for Elm Park shopping parade and the junction of Upper Tulse Hill and Claverdale Road as part of the permanent LTN.
Designs are being developed during 2023, with construction expected to being during the winter of 2023/24. Elements of the permanent designs for Elm Park shopping parade and the junction of Upper Tulse Hill and Claverdale Road will be tested during the summer of 2023. Please note this is subject to external factors and therefore may be subject to some change.