This consultation is the first stage of the Ruskin Park to Kennington Park greenway and covers six minor changes to the roads which will make them more cycle friendly.
Details are on the Lambeth website at http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/consultations/ruskin-park-to-kennington-park-greenway-phase-1
The closing date for the consultation is 6 December 2015
We will be responding to the consultation - if you wish to add your views to our response please email us. We also encourage you to respond individually.
From the Lambeth website:
What is the Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway?
The Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway is a cycle route that will improve access and connections to a number of green spaces in the borough for cyclists and pedestrians. This includes; Ruskin Park, Old Paradise Street Park and Kennington Park. There are approximately 15 schemes on the complete route comprising measures such as; raised speed tables, kerb build outs and new footway paving. The Greenway is funded by Transport for London as part of the Local Implementation Plan (LIP) budget.
How does this affect me?
Lambeth Council plans to implement six of the Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway schemes in the early part of 2016, as Phase 1 of the overall Greenway programme. Subject to funding and approval processes other schemes will be delivered in future years. The locations of the schemes in Phase 1 and the main measures proposed are summarised below. Where space permits and there are no issues with underground utilities, new cycle stands and street trees will be considered at all locations.
Summary of proposals below