Our Healthy Streets: Dulwich

                                          Dulwich traffic study

Recent projects and engagement with residents in the Dulwich area have shown a common theme - there's too much traffic in the area - and this is having an adverse effect on local life.

We want to work with residents to address these concerns about traffic volume and its impact on the community.

Phase 2

October - November 2019

We want to meet with local people, including all those who have contributed in Phase 1, to discuss possible solutions to the issues that you've identified, based on the key themes identified in the summary report.

You can view our summary report (pdf, 710kb).

We held two workshops (pdf, 372kb) in October, to look at area-wide measures to discourage through traffic from using your residential streets, with a focus on the area to the west of Lordship Lane.

You can view the presentation (pdf, 1.9mb) that was given at these workshops.

If you were unable to attend either workshop, we still want to hear your views on possible solutions.

Complete the online questionnaire by 23 November 2019.

Phase 1

29 April to 7 June 2019

In this first phase, we asked you about the issues in this area. Hundreds of people gave us suggestions on our online map, via email and at a number of pop-up events across Dulwich.

The online map is still available so you can read every comment, and all the suggestions are included in priority order (pdf, 823kb).

We want to meet with local people, including all those who have contributed in Phase 1, to discuss possible solutions to the issues that you've identified, based on the key themes identified in the summary report.

DOHS map
Dulwich traffic study

FAQ’s for Our Healthy Streets: Dulwich (pdf, 128kb)

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Page last updated: 11 November 2019