New LTN restrictions in Streatham

Lambeth Council has announced plans to establish the Streatham Wells Low Traffic Neighbourhood in an attempt to help reduce motor vehicle traffic and road danger, improve air quality and make it easier to walk and cycle.  The council will introduce traffic restrictions on roads within the Streatham Wells LTN “to turn traffic clogged roads into […]

Lambeth confirms new emissions-based parking charges to help improve air quality

Lambeth Council is introducing new set of emissions-based charges for parking permits, as part of its drive to improve air quality and create a fairer, more equal borough. The new structure will ensure that drivers of vehicles that produce toxic carbon dioxide emissions will pay more to park across Lambeth – helping to tackle climate […]

Lambeth Council shortlisted for prestigious transport awards

Lambeth Council has been shortlisted for two categories of a prestigious award that recognises the trailblazing Kerbside Strategy and implementation of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) to make the borough safer, healthier, and more accessible. The council has been recognised in the two categories by the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) for its annual […]

Lambeth adopts Air Quality Action Plan

Lambeth Council has outlined how it will improve air quality and protect those most at risk from the effects of pollution and toxic air. The Air Quality Action Plan 2023-2025 (AQAP) sets out how it will combat the main sources of pollution in Lambeth, including emissions released from roads, buildings, and construction sites. It will […]

Lambeth Council to launch a new way to report problems on roads and pavements

Lambeth Council is launching a new mobile optimised form that will allow residents to report 50 different types of highway issues online, including potholes, signs and uneven road and pavement surfaces. The new reporting option is part of the council’s work to make services easier to access online and better to use The exact location […]

Westminster Bridge cycle lanes become permanent

Transport for London’s plans to install permanent barriers to block off cycle lanes on Westminster Bridge have been approved by the two affected Boroughs either side of the Thames. Community website London-SE1 reports that both the City of Westminster and Lambeth councils have approved the application for listed building consent for the proposed new layout. […]


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