Dulwich review

Dulwich Streetspace review is now live

Southwark Council is committed to tackling the climate emergency and making our roads and streets safer and greener for all users.

In previous consultations with people in Dulwich, respondents raised concerns about high traffic levels and road safety for people walking and cycling.

Then, in 2020 we were required to implement measures that would help people remain safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also had to support people to limit their car use by creating routes to make walking and cycling safer.

As a result, the council introduced a number of schemes in 2020 as Experimental Traffic Orders (ETMOs). We introduced these measures at this time to support social distancing on our local highstreets, including encouraging more people to walk and cycle locally to help avoid overcrowding on public transport.

As these are experimental measures, on 17 May 2021 we commenced an eight week public consultation process to gather and understand local views and experiences. This has now been extended, please see below. We've written to every household in the Dulwich scheme area plus all addresses on boundary roads. People living further afield are also able to participate in the consultation.

You can take part in the consultation online or, if you don’t use a computer, you can request paper copies of the consultation documents so you can respond by post. Please request this by writing to: Highways Dulwich Review, 3rd Floor, Hub 2, 160 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2QH.

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Monitoring data and new meeting

Please see attached below a summary of the monitoring data obtained in April 2021. This is a snapshot of how road traffic is acting at this particular time, and we are continuing to monitor activity throughout the period of this review.

In light of the publication of this data, we're holding a fourth online meeting for residents on Tuesday 13 July at 6pm. Register your interest and you'll be sent a link. There will be a presentation on the new data and a chance to discuss it with officers and other residents.

We're also extending the consultation period to 18 July, to allow time for people to consider the new information.

If you've already responded but wish to change some of your answers, you may do so but please give the same name and details, and indicate clearly that this is your second response (we'll disregard your earlier response).

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Page last updated: 14 July 2021

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