London Consultations

  • Permanent consultation portals
    • Camden Safe and Healthy Streets feedback portal (Numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Camden)
    • Rebuilding a Greener Hackney (a range of temporary measures to make Hackney greener and promote active travel; the consultations will last c18 months, but as each measure has been introduced at different times, they will close at slightly different dates)
    • Camden: Euston Engagement Hub portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Euston
    • Lambeth: Have Your Say consultation portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Lambeth
    • Islington People Friendly Streets consultation hubs – various 18 month trials are open in different areas, with links to surveys and a commonplace page.

New Consultations

Still Open

A team at the Centre for Transport & Society, UWE Bristol, is investigating how people perceive and behave in different types of side road crossings, so that road crossing design can be improved. They are organising online focus groups (i.e. online discussion groups) in March. Each online focus group will involve around 6 participants and last max 75 minutes. Participants will be able to share their experiences of crossing side roads in a friendly and informal setting, with the help of a researcher who will facilitate the discussion. To thank them for their time, participants will receive a shopping voucher.

Who can take part in the research?

The team is looking for a mix of ordinary people, aged 18+, from ALL WALKS OF LIFE and from different areas across the UK, who may fall into one or more of the following categories:

  • People with disabilities and/or reduced mobility
  • People who regularly cycle for transport (including with children)
  • People who regularly walk for transport (including with children, pushchairs etc.)
  • Any other transport users (e.g. drivers, e-scooter users etc.)

What do you need to take part?

You don’t need any special qualifications or knowledge to take part. To join the focus group, you can use an electronic device connected to the internet – we will use Microsoft Teams, which is the UWE-approved online platform. Some of the focus groups will involve watching short video clips and images on the screen. If you cannot access the internet or have any accessibility needs (e.g. BSL interpretation), please let the team know in advance so they can support you.

When are the online focus groups taking place?

  • Monday 7th March 12:00-13:15 (only for people living/working/studying in Greater London)
  • Monday 7th March 18:00-19:15
  • Tuesday 8th March 18:00-19:15 (only for people living/working/studying in Greater London)
  • Wednesday 9th March 12:00-13:15
  • Thursday 10th March 8:45-10:00 (only for people living/working/studying in Greater London)
  • Thursday 10th March 12:00-13:15 (only for people living/working/studying in the Bradford/Leeds/York area)
  • Friday 11th March 8:45-10:00
  • Friday 11th March 12:00-13:15 (only for people living/working/studying in Birmingham)
  • Saturday 12th March 10:00-11:15

How to take part

If you wish to take part in one of the focus groups, please send an email to miriam.ricci@uwe.ac.uk providing the following details:

  • Your full name;
  • Age & gender;
  • Occupation;
  • Place of residence (village, town or city);
  • Any disabilities and accessibility needs;
  • Which focus group(s) you wish or are able to join. You will be invited to ONE focus group only.

New Consultations

Closing Soon!

Still Open

New Consultations

  • A10 Bishopsgate cycling and walking (closes 25th July)

Closing Soon!

Still Open

New and Closing Soon!

  • Southwark Survey on Disabled people’s and people with health conditions’ experience of moving around Southwark (closes 24th January)

New Consultations

Still Open

Still Open

  • TfL Step-Free Tube Access consultation (closes 10th February)
  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

Closing Soon

Still Open

  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

New Opportunities

Closing soon

Still Open

New opportunities

Still Open

  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

New opportunities

Closing soon

  • Lambeth: Railton and Oval LTN consultations, including proposals to allow Blue Badge holders and some wheelchair accessible taxis/hire vehicles to pass through some filters. (closes TODAY 12thOctober)
  • Camden: Prince of Wales Road Safe and Health Streets consultation (closes TOMORROW 13th October)

Still Open

  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

Quite a lot of new opportunities, thanks to TfL introducing a new set of consultations on whether to make COVID-19 transport measures permanent! I’ve also added an additional section for ‘Permanent consultation hubs’, rather than keeping them in the ‘still open’ section. These are for local council consultation hubs or commonplace sites, which don’t have a specific end date. If you live in or frequently travel through a borough, do keep an eye on their consultation hub.

New opportunities

Closing soon

  • TfL Congestion Charge changes (closes TOMORROW 6th October)
  • Lambeth: Railton and Oval LTN consultations, including proposals to allow Blue Badge holders and some wheelchair accessible taxis/hire vehicles to pass through some filters. (closes 12th October)
  • Camden: Prince of Wales Road Safe and Health Streets consultation (closes 13th October)

 

Still Open

  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

 

Permanent consultation portals

  • Camden Safe and Healthy Streets feedback portal (Numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Camden)
  • Rebuilding a Greener Hackney (a range of temporary measures to make Hackney greener and promote active travel; the consultations will last c18 months, but as each measure has been introduced at different times, they will close at slightly different dates)
  • Camden: Euston Engagement Hub portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Euston
  • Lambeth: Have Your Say consultation portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Lambeth

As always, if you come across any other consultations which may be of interest, please let me know!

New opportunities

 

  • Camden: Euston Engagement Hub portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Euston
  • Camden: Prince of Wales Road Safe and Health Streets consultation (closes 13th October)
  • Lambeth: Have Your Say consultation portal – numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Lambeth
  • TfL Congestion Charge changes (closes 6th October)

 

Closing soon

  • Camden: Greening Phoenix Road consultation on creating a new green space in Somers Town and the link between Euston and St Pancras greener (closes 3rd October)
  • Sutton: Consultation on bids for Sutton’s Neighbourhood Fund, 2021. This includes a proposal to install ‘motorcycle inhibitor gates’ on Roundshaw Downs, which are likely to make the Downs inaccessible for some Disabled cyclists. (closes 3rd October)

Still Open/Permanent consultation portals

  • Lambeth: Railton and Oval LTN consultations, including proposals to allow Blue Badge holders and some wheelchair accessible taxis/hire vehicles to pass through some filters. (closes 12th October)
  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • Camden Safe and Healthy Streets feedback portal (Numerous schemes and updated regularly with new schemes, so please browse and respond if you cycle around Camden)
  • TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

 

Finally, a reminder about a survey from an MSC student who is writing his dissertation on the perceptions of safety cycle lanes segregation: https://herts.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0eMl2u58KWV8cyq

The survey takes 4-5 min, and anyone who is over 18 and has cycled in the past year.

Good morning! No new consultations this week, but there is a survey from an MSC student who is writing his dissertation on the perceptions of safety cycle lanes segregation:https://herts.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0eMl2u58KWV8cyq

The survey takes 4-5 min, and anyone who is over 18 and has cycled in the past year.

Still Open

  • Lambeth: Railton and Oval LTN consultations, including proposals to allow Blue Badge holders and some wheelchair accessible taxis/hire vehicles to pass through some filters. (closes 12th October)
  • Sutton: Consultation on bids for Sutton’s Neighbourhood Fund, 2021. This includes a proposal to install ‘motorcycle inhibitor gates’ on Roundshaw Downs, which are likely to make the Downs inaccessible for some Disabled cyclists. (closes 3rd October)
  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • Camden Safe and Healthy Streets feedback portal (There are numerous schemes being consulted on, so please browse and respond if you cycle in/near Camden)
  • TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

Just one new consultation/feedback opportunity on TfL proposals to reduce speed limits to 20mph on some roads (closes November).

Closing Imminently:

Still Open

  • Lambeth: Railton and Oval LTN consultations, including proposals to allow Blue Badge holders and some wheelchair accessible taxis/hire vehicles to pass through some filters. (closes 12th October)
  • Sutton: Consultation on bids for Sutton’s Neighbourhood Fund, 2021. This includes a proposal to install ‘motorcycle inhibitor gates’ on Roundshaw Downs, which are likely to make the Downs inaccessible for some Disabled cyclists. (closes 3rd October)
  • Tower Hamlets: Mansell Street (opportunity to ask questions about proposed new cycle lane)
  • Chiswick: Cycleway 9 Chiswick High Road (request for feedback)
  • Camden Safe and Healthy Streets feedback portal (There are numerous schemes being consulted on, so please browse and respond if you cycle in/near Camden)
  • Lambeth Streetspace Consultations (close 31st December):

First, closing TOMORROW (18th August): Westminster: Lower speed limits

A couple of new opportunities:

Closing soon:

Still Open

;

Meeting TODAY to review EIAs in Dulwich. Free tickets via Eventbrite.

A couple of new opportunities:

Closing soon:

Still Open

A couple of new opportunities:

Closing soon:

Still Open

Bonus participation opportunities

  • TfL/University of Westminster Travel and Places Survey – part of TfL’s research programme; it’s a longitudinal study on travel and attitudinal changes over time, so if you participate there will be an opportunity to take part in a follow-up survey in a year’s time.
  • Residents of Camden who would like on-street cycle hangers should contact cycle@camden.gov.uk to request one – including adapted hangers for non-standard cycles and cargo-bikes!

Closing TOMORROW 28th July:

Closing soon:

Still Open

Bonus participation opportunities

  • TfL/University of Westminster Travel and Places Survey – part of TfL’s research programme; it’s a longitudinal study on travel and attitudinal changes over time, so if you participate there will be an opportunity to take part in a follow-up survey in a year’s time.
  • Residents of Camden who would like on-street cycle hangers should contact cycle@camden.gov.uk to request one – including adapted hangers for non-standard cycles and cargo-bikes!

Closing soon

Still Open

Bonus participation opportunities

  • TfL/University of Westminster Travel and Places Survey – part of TfL’s research programme; it’s a longitudinal study on travel and attitudinal changes over time, so if you participate there will be an opportunity to take part in a follow-up survey in a year’s time.
  • Residents of Camden who would like on-street cycle hangers should contact cycle@camden.gov.uk to request one – including adapted hangers for non-standard cycles and cargo-bikes!

New/Updated this week

Closing soon

Still Open

New/Updated this week

Closing soon

  • Camden E-scooter Trial (closes 12th July) – this is a consultation on whether Camden should get involved in the TfL e-scooter trials, currently taking place in Ealing/Richmond/Hammersmith and Fulham/Kensington and Chelsea/City of London/Canary Wharf; so if you have any experience of the e-scooter trials or regularly travel in Camden, it would be worth contributing
  • Sutton Lumley Road junction safety improvements (closes 18th July)

Still Open

Bonus participation opportunities

  • TfL/University of Westminster Travel and Places Survey – part of TfL’s research programme; it’s a longitudinal study on travel and attitudinal changes over time, so if you participate there will be an opportunity to take part in a follow-up survey in a year’s time.
  • Residents of Camden who would like on-street cycle hangers should contact cycle@camden.gov.uk to request one – including adapted hangers for non-standard cycles and cargo-bikes!