At the Council: May & June 2019

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 links back to March/ April and January/ February 2019 posts, if useful. June 2019 City of London Policy & Resources 6 June: has a paper initiating a project for the … Continue reading At the Council: May & June 2019

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At the Council: March & April 2019

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 January and February's 2019 posts, if useful. April 2019 Quiet month, as most councils’ activities were curtailed by Easter and school holidays.  Somehow, the rest of … Continue reading At the Council: March & April 2019

No, the Mayor of London hasn’t built 100+km of cycling quietways

… and, in south-west London, has no dates to finish them either. This post is part three in an ongoing look at the Mayor of London’s claim that Transport for London (TfL) has “built” 100km of cycling quietway routes since he took office: In part one (Dec'18), I looked at his answer to Assembly Member … Continue reading No, the Mayor of London hasn’t built 100+km of cycling quietways

Local Implementation Plan LIP3 drafts/ finals

All London boroughs need to submit draft LIP3 documents during November 2018, to Transport for London.  Following public consultations and feedback from TfL, final submissions need to be made by February 2019. Here's the LIP3 drafts I've found so far for all 33 London councils (32 boroughs plus the City). My search-fu has failed for … Continue reading Local Implementation Plan LIP3 drafts/ finals

Wandworth Council’s Priory Lane (Richmond Park) Consultation, February 2018

Wandsworth Council is holding a consultation into its plan for cycling infrastructure in Priory Lane, a road which runs north-east from Roehampton Gate in Richmond Park towards Barnes.  The consultation closes on Friday 16 February. Linkies to Wandsworth Council’s key documents: Overview and explanation; Consultation document with designs (PDF, 500kb); Survey form for feedback. You’ll … Continue reading Wandworth Council’s Priory Lane (Richmond Park) Consultation, February 2018

Ham Quietway (Richmond Park to Teddington Lock) Consultation

Richmond Council’s latest consultation on its sections of the Wandsworth to Teddington Quietway closes on Monday 12 February.  This consultation focuses on revised proposals for the section of the quietway route in Ham, running from Richmond Park to Teddington Lock on the River Thames. Linkies to Richmond Council’s relevant pages and documents: Consultation overview page; … Continue reading Ham Quietway (Richmond Park to Teddington Lock) Consultation

Richmond: the only council in London charging for cycle training

[Updated 6 March 2019: Richmond Council has issued a statement saying that the charge will now be replaced by a refundable deposit scheme i.e. Richmond joins Hammersmith & Fulham by refunding the booking fee at the completion of training, making it effectively free] [Updated 21 January 2019 with new section: the new Liberal Democrat administration … Continue reading Richmond: the only council in London charging for cycle training