What are the councils up to? July & August 2021 edition

An aide memoire of items I’ve noted from the boroughs where I work, rest and play, in case it is of use to others. Here’s a link back to May and June 2021’s round-up if you want to rummage backwards. August 2021 Consultations closing Closing 3 10 September, Wandsworth Council’s consultation to gather ideas for the walking … Continue reading What are the councils up to? July & August 2021 edition

What are the councils up to? May & June 2021 edition

An aide memoire of items I’ve noted from the boroughs where I work, rest and play, in case it is of use to others. Here’s a link back to March & April 2021’s round-up if you want to rummage backwards. Consultations closing 26 July, Richmond Council, Richmond contraflow cycling consultation.Closing 30 July, Richmond Council’s proposed cycling improvements … Continue reading What are the councils up to? May & June 2021 edition

What are the councils up to? January & February 2021 edition

An aide memoire of items I’ve noted from the boroughs where I work, rest and play, in case it is of use to others. Here’s a link back to December 2020’s round-up if you want to rummage backwards. February 2021 Consultations closing include: Closing 1 March, Wandsworth Council’s consultation on the draft Local Plan.  This … Continue reading What are the councils up to? January & February 2021 edition

Why rip out the £300k KHS cycle route, for a poor £600k round-the-houses alternative?

After being half-installed for less than seven weeks, the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea’s Cllr Johnnie Thalassites decided to rip out the pop-up cycle installed on Kensington High Street (KHS).  RBKC reported that it has spent over £320,000 planning and installing the scheme.  Removing the scheme will cost another £30,000.  The Mayor of London, … Continue reading Why rip out the £300k KHS cycle route, for a poor £600k round-the-houses alternative?