LBL – Highway Planning

LBL consultation on Highways Planning:

Transport Strategy and Local Implementation Plan (LIP)

Lewisham Council is looking at ways to make Lewisham’s streets healthier! We want to encourage more people to walk, cycle or take public transport, which will help improve air quality and safety, and reduce congestion. As a resident or someone who works or studies in the borough, we would like you to tell us where we can make improvements that will help to create streets that everyone enjoys using.

Follow and share the link below to access an interactive map, which will enable you to share your views with the Council’s transport policy team, and help make our streets healthier.

Your ideas will be used to help formulate the borough’s next Transport Strategy and Local Implementation Plan. You can find out more about this by clicking on the ‘learn more about the project’ tab on the consultation page.

Initial closing dates for comments is 13th August 2018.

Please note that this map is not monitored daily and is not intended for reporting reactive works or dangerous road conditions, please report these via the ‘report it’ tab on the councils main website or phone the main switch board.

Low Emission Vehicle Recharging Strategy

Improving local air quality by reducing emissions from road traffic is a priority for Lewisham. Providing an accessible network of electric vehicle charging points will play a vital role in facilitating the uptake of electric vehicles.

Lewisham has drafted its first Low Emissions Vehicle Strategy detailing how we intend to promote low emission vehicle use and implement the supporting infrastructure required to charge these vehicles. The overall vision for the strategy is:

To ensure that all of Lewisham’s residents, businesses and visitors are within 500m of a charging point by 2020, with a range of options available that remain fit for purpose and encourage further uptake of low emission vehicles.

The consultation runs until 13 August and is open to all:
Feedback to this consultation will enable the borough to ensure we are directing our time and resources in the right direction.