Tfl Consultation (1)

Meeting: 
MQT on 2017-09-14
Session date: 
September 14, 2017
Reference: 
2017/3821
Question By: 
Tony Devenish
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

The Mayor promised to be the most transparent Mayor ever. In this spirit, regarding TfL Road Plans for the closure of Westminster Bridge, Parliament Square and Oxford St and changes to Baker St, Lambeth Bridge and Waterloo', has TfL actively considered and or adopted any counter proposals or is this merely "tick box" consultation?

Answer

Answer for Tfl Consultation (1)

Answer for Tfl Consultation (1)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

When TfL has decided how to proceed with a scheme it has consulted on, it publishes a report that includes details of changes made following consultation and a list of stakeholders consulted. TfL often makes changes to schemes following consultation and a wide range of stakeholders, including the emergency services, are routinely consulted, both in the early stages of scheme development and during public consultation. 

The consultation reports for the Westminster Bridge, Oxford Street and Parliament Square Cycle Superhighway consultations can be found at www.consultations.tfl.gov.uk.  TfL has not yet confirmed how to proceed with the proposed schemes at Lambeth Bridge and Waterloo Roundabout, following the recent closure of those consultations. The Baker Street consultation was led by Westminster City Council, who also jointly led the Oxford Street consultation.