Here we summarise some of the up to date conclusions from existing Low traffic neighbourhoods, and why we think they’re needed throughout Lewisham, including Lee Green.
What is a Low Traffic Neighbourhood ? A low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) is a very simple idea: it’s protecting a group of residential streets from through motor traffic (rat runs). LTNs are usually bordered by main roads or natural lines (river, trainlines, etc…). This is achieved with a combination of modal filters (planters, bollards, alternatedContinue reading “FAQs & Mythbusters”
The following is guest blog entry from Hayley, a resident living with her family on Leahurst road. As a resident of Leahurst Road I sat with the letter this morning and talked to my husband about the impact of the changes that have been bought in and how they will effect us, and others. CovidContinue reading “Guest family blog”
Today, thousands of residents in Lee Green will have received a letter explaining Lewisham Council’s updated plan for the healthy neighbourhood scheme. You can find a copy of the letter here . The letter explains how the situation has changed during lockdown and the scheme has now been fast tracked, with a view to implementingContinue reading “Lewisham Council Release Plan for Lewisham & Lee Green Low Traffic Neighbourhood trial scheme”