Lewisham have launched a consultation / request for feedback on the Low Traffic Neighbourhood scheme that was introduced last year. They have also produced a Monitoring report linked below (which I’ve not read yet).
Tell us your thoughts and experiences of the Lewisham and Lee Green Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) by 8 August to help us make a decision about its future.
The Lewisham and Lee Green Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) was first introduced in July 2020.
The LTN has been in place for nearly a year, and we need to make a decision about its long term future. We’d like to find out about your experiences of both the original and revised LTN.
We’d also like to hear about any ideas you have to help us achieve the aims of the LTN. The aims of the LTN are to encourage walking and cycling and to improve road safety and air quality.
This feedback will be used to inform the future of the scheme alongside other considerations such as the data collected.
The consultation is open to everyone.
We have delivered consultations with pre-paid envelopes to 30,000 households in and around the LTN. We are engaging with a wide range of groups, including local representative groups, disability groups, public transport operators, schools, places of worship and health providers so we can get a wider pool of respondents.
The quickest way to feed back is online. If you would like a paper consultation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 912 1905.