Decision details

Implementation of London Streetspace Plan: First Tranche

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision status: Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for low traffic neighbourhoods in the roads bounded by:

a)      the A3 Clapham Road, the A203 South Lambeth Road, and the A202 Harleyford Road (termed “Oval Triangle Low Traffic Neighbourhood”) as illustrated on drawing No. LAM_CR_OVAL_TM_32_13 attached as Appendix A to this report,

b)      the Herne-Hill-to-Brixton railway line, A2217 Coldharbour Lane, A204 Effra Road and A2214 Dulwich Road (termed “Railton Low Traffic Neighbourhood”) and A23 Brixton Hill, A204 St Matthew’s Road, A204 Effra Road and the unclassified Brixton Water Lane (termed “St Matthew’s Low Traffic Neighbourhood”) as illustrated on drawing No. LAM-CLTN_R01_11attached as Appendix B to this report

c)      the A2217 Acre Lane, the B221 Bedford Road, the Brixton-to-Victoria railway line and A23 Brixton Road (termed “Ferndale Low Traffic Neighbourhood”) as illustrated on drawing No. LAM-CR-FD-TL-21_3 attached as Appendix C to this report

d)      the A23 Streatham High Road, A205 Christchurch Road, A215 Norwood Road Leigham Vale and Leigham Court Road (termed “Streatham Hill East Low Traffic Neighbourhood”) as illustrated on drawing Nos. C19-SH-0100-01, C19-SH-0100-02, C19-SH-0100-03 & C19-SH-0100-03A attached as Appendix D to this report

 

2.         To issue scheme approval for:

a)      A part-time pedestrian zone in Lower Marsh, Waterloo, Monday-Friday between the hours of 11:00 to 15:00 and 16:45 to 21:00 as illustrated on Drawing No. LAM_CR_LM_TM, attached as Appendix E to this report

b)      A prohibition on all motor vehicles using the bridge over the railway on Larkhall Rise

 

3.         To implement the schemes listed in Recommendations 1 and 2 under experimental traffic management orders made under the provisions of sections 9, 10, 124, Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and that the notices of making for the Experimental Traffic Orders contain the statements specified in Schedule 5 of the Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996.

 

4.         That public consultation is carried out in the six months following each scheme’s implementation to consider whether the provisions of the relevant Experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely and that any objections that are received during this period are considered by way of a written report to the Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm & Climate Change Delivery before that decision is reached.

 

5.         That, after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police, any alterations to any Experimental Order which renders it less restrictive may be authorised by the Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm & Climate Change Delivery without the requirement to re-advertise the Order under Section 10(2) of the said Act.

 

Publication date: 01/10/2020

Date of decision: 09/10/2020

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