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Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Update 10/05/2021

Streatham Hill:

This is an update from the Low Traffic Neighbourhood team at Lambeth Council.

Q&A Sessions:

The next Streatham Hill LTN Q&A session will be held on Thursday 20 May '21', 18:00- 19:00 .

If you would like to register for this event, please send your name, your address and question to: using ‘Streatham Hill Q and A’ in the subject line. We will keep you updated on further details of the location/ format which will be in line with covid restrictions.

Questions registered at least 3 working days before the scheduled event would be prioritised for discussion.

If the scheme is meeting its objectives, a public consultation will follow later this year during which we will proactively gather views on the changes, to be considered alongside objective data collected before a decision is taken on the future of the scheme.

The recording from the April Q&A session have been made available to view on the CommonplaceCommunity meetings page .

Stage 2:

Two new modal filters using no motor vehicle signage will be installed soon; along with wooden planters to make the new restriction more obvious. These changes are scheduled to come into force on Friday 21 May . Signs will be bagged until they are enforceable. The new modal filters will alter how the areas, shown in the map below, can be accessed by motor vehicle. Drivers will need to access Areas 1 and 2 via Leigham Court Road and Area 3 via Leigham Vale.

In the weeks following installation, we will be arranging traffic counts in the area. We are also working on air pollution modelling that will indicate levels of NO2, PM10 and PM2.5 both prior to the LTN and currently. This data will be made available as part of the stage 2 monitoring along with a collation of all community feedback to date.

Posted on 10th May 2021

by RF