Quietways Routes Consultation

Meeting: 
MQT on 2015-11-18
Session date: 
November 18, 2015
Reference: 
2015/3721
Question By: 
Andrew Boff
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

While residents along the Mayor's new Quietways routes will benefit from decreased pollution, noise, and improved cycle routes, is it not important that the residents impacted by the schemes are adequately consulted prior to implementation in order to ensure that local residents are not disproportionately affected by the changes?

Answer

Answer for Quietways Routes Consultation

Answer for Quietways Routes Consultation

Answered By: 
The Mayor

[See also answer to question 2015/3560]

Andrew Boff AM:  Mr Mayor, effectively, you have answered many of the questions.  I use the opportunity of Caroline Pidgeon’s [Caroline Pidgeon MBE AM] question earlier to raise with you my concerns.  They are not about CS1, not about Quietways and not about Mini‑Hollands.  My concerns are the standards of consultation and that TfL seems to have a ‘not invented here’ attitude to any suggestions for amendments to the plans.

Boris Johnson MP (Mayor of London):  Yes.

Andrew Boff AM:  I ask you to take that away and to take ‑‑

Boris Johnson MP (Mayor of London):  I do.  No, I take that very seriously and I hope that I gave a satisfactory answer earlier on that.  Your points were well made.

Andrew Boff AM:  Thank you, Mr Mayor.  Thank you, Chair.

Jennette Arnold OBE AM (Chair):  OK.  Thank you very much.

Boris Johnson MP (Mayor of London):  Thank you.