Wandsworth Living Streets Meeting, Monday 6 October 2014, 7.15 for prompt start 7.30pm KEEPING HEALTHY Encouraging Walking & Cycling in Wandsworth Jane Ellison, MP for Battersea Venue: The Alma Pub Upstairs function room Address: 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF How to get there: Opposite Wandsworth Town Station; and on Nos. 28 and 44 … Continue reading Wandsworth Living Streets: Public Meeting Monday 6 October
Wandsworth Living Streets Meeting Wednesday 16 April 2014, 7.30pm BREATHING STREETLIFE INTO LONDON Practical ways to transform our local streetscapes John Dales Director, Urban Movement The Alma Pub - Upstairs function room Address: 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF How to get there: Opposite Wandsworth Town Station; and on Nos. 28 and 44 bus routes; … Continue reading Breathing Streetlife into London
What kind of streets are we talking about? There are five Town Centres in the Borough – Balham, Tooting, Wandsworth , Putney and Clapham Junction. There are also various other streets which are not primarily residential, nor mainly through routes (for example, the northern half of Trinity Road or the A3). These are often streets … Continue reading Improving our local Shopping Streets and Town Centres – What progress have we made in Wandsworth?
Transport for London’s attempt to abolish some signal-controlled Pedestrian Crossings in Wandsworth – how Wandsworth Living Streets started back in 2010 Three years ago. Autumn 2010. Boris, the Mayor of London, wanted to ‘smooth’ traffic flow. TfL Officers rushed out a list of 145 crossings all over London which they proposed to abolish outright. Eight … Continue reading Pedestrian Crossings in Wandsworth – Where have we got to?
Reducing the default speed limit on local roads where people live, shop and work from 30mph to 20mph has been an issue many local people in Wandsworth feel very strongly. It is the original thing that got Wandsworth Living Streets going as a local residents’ campaigning group. We all still feel strongly about it today. … Continue reading 20mph in Wandsworth – Where have we got to?
Cllr Russell King spoke at a meeting organised by Wandsworth Living Streets (WLS) on 17 July. His talk covered in detail a wide range of issues of concern to Wandsworth residents The meeting was well attended and, with the vigorous Q and A following his talk, lasted well over two hours. WLS was also happy … Continue reading What Wandsworth Council is doing for Pedestrians
Wandsworth Living Streets has long advocated for a new pedestrian crossing at the Brighton Yard entrance to Clapham Junction Station. Watch the video below and tell us what you think: Do you support the proposal ? Let us know in the comments below.