Wandsworth Riverside, Wandsworth Bridge to Battersea Heliport: part 1 – highways, obstructions and cycling

There’s been some controversy on social media in the last few days, following Councillor Melanie Hampton's claims that the riverside between Wandsworth Bridge and Battersea Heliport is a footpath, not a cycling lane, not a designated cycling area, designed only for pedestrians, and that cyclists are not officially banned .   The residents of Plantation Wharf … Continue reading Wandsworth Riverside, Wandsworth Bridge to Battersea Heliport: part 1 – highways, obstructions and cycling

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Wandsworth Riverside, Wandsworth Bridge to Battersea Heliport: part 2 – planning agreements and public access

There’s a separate post discussing issues with public access to the riverside.  This post digs into the planning details for the riverside developments and the agreements which together create a public highway. From Wandsworth Bridge, going South-West to North-East up to the heliport, there are five major developments: Battersea Reach Mendip & Sherwood Wharves Plantation … Continue reading Wandsworth Riverside, Wandsworth Bridge to Battersea Heliport: part 2 – planning agreements and public access

SW & Central London councils: week starting 19 June 2017

This post has been merged into here, but archived with a false date as there's slugs out there referring to it.   Some items of cycling and active lifestyle related papers I've noted at London councils for this coming week. Westminster City Council The Environment Scrutiny Committee meets on 21 June, with agenda item 8 … Continue reading SW & Central London councils: week starting 19 June 2017