Dear Wandsworth Living Streets supporters The May 3 Borough Elections As you know, Councillors in all the London Boroughs are getting ready for the upcoming elections. In our borough, the current state of the parties is: 39 Conservative Councillors; 19 Labour; and 2 Independents. The Conservatives have run the Borough continuously for the past 40 … Continue reading March WLS newsletter published!
On November 4, 2017, David Irvin made a presentation at a Wandsworth Living Streets public meeting. a commentary follows on the content of the talk and Davids slides with brief commentary can be found here: Transforming our Neighbourhoods This street has been transformed into a largely pedestrianised locality with a vibrant local shopping environment. … Continue reading Transforming Streets & Neighbourhoods in our Borough
Wandsworth Living Streets response to proposals for Quietway 21 (Teddington <-> Wandsworth) in the London Borough of Wandsworth was submitted on Monday November 13 and reads as follows: 13 November 2017 Wandsworth Living Streets is the local group representing the UK charity for everyday walking. Our primary purpose is to promote walking as a healthy, … Continue reading Wandsworth Living Streets responds to Quietway 21 proposal
Transforming our Borough’s Streets – Next Steps Proposals for a Pocket Park, a Side Road, a Main Road An illustrated talk by David Irwin David Irwin is an urban planner. He has long been active in the Putney Society and Wandsworth Living Streets. He lives locally, but has worked in many different parts of the world. … Continue reading The next Wandsworth Living Streets meeting, Tuesday, 28 November, 7.30pm
Active Wandsworth is the Community Sport and Physical Activity Network for Wandsworth and is part of the national structure for sport in England. Active Wandsworth brings together Wandsworth Council (including Public Health), Enable Leisure and Culture and other key partners such as schools, further and higher education, local sports clubs, and organisations to provide a … Continue reading WLS responds to consultation on Active Wandsworth Draft Strategy
The Council decision on 5 July 2016 On 5 July, Conservative and Labour Councillors joined hands on the Community Services Committee to decide unanimously that all local residential streets throughout our borough will henceforth have a speed limit of 20mph (currently only a quarter to a third of them are 20mph; the remaining streets having … Continue reading 20mph speed limit on all residential streets in Wandsworth: more detail
20mph will henceforth be the Speed Limit on all local Residential Streets Newsflash to Wandsworth Living Streets Supporters: On Tuesday evening 5 July, Wandsworth Council’s Community Services Committee reached a unanimous decision. The majority Conservative Party Councillors and opposition Labour Party Councillors decided that all local residential streets throughout our borough will henceforth have a … Continue reading Wandsworth Council makes its decision!