Environmental Election Hustings for Battersea: November 21st

Environmental Election Hustings for Battersea Thursday, 21 November, 7.30 to 9.30pm St Michael’s Church, Cobham Close, SW11 6SP (just off Bolingbroke Grove)  Michael Crick (broadcaster, journalist and author) in the Chair The Climate Emergency is very much in the public’s mind. Over 10,000 local people in our Borough signed a Petition in the summer calling … Continue reading Environmental Election Hustings for Battersea: November 21st

Walk the City of London with Dave Irwin

a picture of the city from the air

Walk around the City of London with Dave Irwin, Vice-Chair, Wandsworth Living Streets, as our guide Thursday 10 October 2019  Join us on the River Boat service as we sail to Tower Pier or meet at Tower Pier on the North bank of the Thames at 11am  The River Cruise to Tower Pier If you are … Continue reading Walk the City of London with Dave Irwin

WLS Public Meeting: Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

  The next Wandsworth Living Streets public meeting will be on Monday 16 September 2019, 7.30 pm  (doors open from 7.15pm) entitled: Low Traffic Neighbourhoods – How they transform a residential area A talk by Paul Gasson from Waltham Forest Venue: The Alma Pub (function room upstairs), 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF (opposite Wandsworth … Continue reading WLS Public Meeting: Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Streets fit for people: WLS Public Meeting, Wednesday May 29

The next Wandsworth Living Streets Public Meeting will be on Wednesday, 29 May, starting at 7.30 pm (doors open from 7.15 pm) at the Alma Pub, upstairs function room, 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF (opposite Wandsworth Town Station), and on Nos. 28 and 44 bus routes Many thanks, as always, to the Alma for its support … Continue reading Streets fit for people: WLS Public Meeting, Wednesday May 29

WLS’ comments on proposals for Tooting town centre

In December 2018, Wandsworth Living Streets responded to TfL's consultation on proposals for Tooting town centre published in November 2018.  For more information on the scheme's brief and what was proposed, see TfL's consultation page at https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/roads/tooting-town-centre/ This is the response that WLS submitted: Dear TfL colleagues As part of Wandsworth Living Streets' ongoing contribution to … Continue reading WLS’ comments on proposals for Tooting town centre

WLS response to Wandsworth Council’s draft Local Implementation Plan

Introduction: Each London borough council must produce a Local Implementation Plan (LIP) saying how it will deliver the Mayor of London's strategy at borough level. This is the third round of LIPs, with one having been produced for each Mayoral Transport Strategy (MTS) to date.  Wandsworth Council's draft LIP, in line with the Mayor's Transport … Continue reading WLS response to Wandsworth Council’s draft Local Implementation Plan