Liveable Neighbourhoods funding

Meeting: 
MQT on 2017-12-14
Session date: 
December 14, 2017
Reference: 
2017/4943
Question By: 
Caroline Pidgeon
Organisation: 
Liberal Democrats
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

Please list the 21 boroughs which bid for Liveable Neighbourhoods feasibility funding in 2018/19 and provide details of each of the bids that was submitted.

Answer

Answer for Liveable Neighbourhoods funding

Answer for Liveable Neighbourhoods funding

Answered By: 
The Mayor

My new £114m 'Liveable Neighbourhoods' programme will improve local environments across London by directly enabling walking, cycling and the use of public transport.

Twenty-eight Liveable Neighbourhoods bids were received for 2018/19, and seven boroughs have been successful: Ealing, Greenwich, Hackney, Haringey, Havering, Lewisham, and Waltham Forest. Unsuccessful boroughs will be able to bid for funding in future years, and Transport for London will provide detailed feedback to all boroughs to help them prepare future submissions.

 

The full list of schemes submitted is provided below:

 

Borough

Scheme Title

 Scheme Summary

City of London

Moorgate

Improvements for pedestrians, cyclists and public realm, building on already planned improvements associated with Crossrail.

City of London

St Paul's Gyratory

Removal of gyratory and  improvements  to the public  realm and for  pedestrians and cyclists

LB Barnet

Colindale

Interventions across a wide area that  aim to reduce the dominance of road transport, improve safety, reduce congestion and encourage increased cycling and walking

LB Bexley

Erith TC

Proposals are focused around improving the street environment for pedestrians, cyclists and improving bus accessibility in and on the routes to the town centre 

LB Brent /  Old Oak  and Park Royal Development  Corporation 

Park Royal

 Looks to address the poor environment with junction improvements, wider footways segregated cycle routes and public realm improvements.

LB Brent/ LB Camden

Kilburn High Road

Enhance the High Road’s function while also improving the surrounding area by making improving walking and cycling facilities as well as making it easier to access the High Road and public transport.

LB Ealing

West Ealing

The proposals are for a series of interventions in the area to improve junctions, prevent rat-running manage parking through CPZs, greening streets and developing school travel plans, encouraging and making active travel possible.

Royal Borough of Greenwich

Greenwich Town Centre

Removal of gyratory and  improvements to the public realm and for pedestrians and cyclists

LB Hackney

Hackney Central

The scheme proposes banning general traffic from part of Amhurst Road to improve walking and cycling routes throughout the area as well as improve road safety by addressing the three currently most dangerous junctions in the borough.

LB Hammersmith and Fulham / Old Oak and Park Royal Development  Corporation 

Scrubs Lane

Proposals seek to transform the environment of Scrubs Lane by improving the walking, cycling and public transport provision there, making it a Healthy Street and connecting the communities of Harlesden, Kensal, White City and Old Oak.

LB Haringey

Crouch End

The bid covers Crouch End and the neighbouring residential areas.  Proposals aim to increase modal shift from short car journey to walking and cycling. Measures being proposed include cycle improvements modal filters and junction improvement in residential areas and improvements to the public realm in Crouch End.

LB Harrow

High Street Wealdstone - Improvement Scheme

The scheme focuses on the town centre to improve walking and cycling conditions and also reduce the impact of driving, including improving the quality of the public realm by removal of all on-street parking bays  and extension of the 20mph zone.

LB Havering

Romford Ring Road

The scheme focuses on junctions and links to Romford Ring Road. Proposals are to replace existing subways with new signalised pedestrian and cycle crossings, reduce crime, improve accessibility and improve road safety.

LB Hillingdon

Ruislip

The scheme is centred on Ruislip Town Centre. Measures aim to reduce high volumes of traffic and ‘rat-running’ across the neighbourhood, improve connectivity for walking and cycling to key destinations including the High Street as well as improve the public realm in the High Street.

LB Hounslow

Feltham Wider Link

The bid contains a number of proposals in and around Feltham Town Centre to restrict access for those travelling by car and to improve facilities for those cycling and walking.

LB Hounslow

Connecting Thames Paths

The bid identified three schemes for improvements along the Thames path to improve connectivity, accessibility and amenity. The  schemes are Barnes Bridge pedestrian walkway, Kew Bridge Thames Path accessibility improvement and Church Street public realm improvements

LB Islington

St James

The schemes  focuses on significant  improvements to the public realm of Clerkenwell Green to create a focal point for the neighbourhood as well as measures to   encourage people to walk and cycle in the neighbouring area by reducing rat -running 

RB Kingston

Surbiton: A Liveable Neighbourhood

Proposals aim to revitalise the local high street, reduce traffic, and improve walk and cycle links to the wider residential areas.

LB Lambeth

Brixton, Atlantic Road

Proposals seek to comprehensively improve the environment of Atlantic Road by banning general traffic with access for goods vehicles only one-way from Brixton Road to Atlantic Road but retaining  buses, cycles and emergency services access  as well as measures to improve the look and feel of the public realm and improving crossings

LB Lambeth / South Bank Employers Group (SBEG)

Southbank Spine route

The scheme proposes improvements to the street environment between Jubilee Gardens and Blackfriars Cluster and Bernie Spain Gardens, including tree planting enhanced street lighting and measures to promote walking and cycling.

LB Lewisham with SUSTRANS

Deptford Parks

The  project seeks to unlock new cycling and walking links, including the removal of local traffic, road closures, the creation of a world class north/south traffic-free walking and cycling facility, public realm improvements and healthy routes to schools in a residential area 

LB Redbridge

Church End Triangle

Proposals aim to address traffic issues through introduction of one-way streets, new and improved crossings, improved public realm cycle parking and upgraded lighting.

LB Richmond

Richmond Town Centre

The scheme aims to improve air quality, reduce traffic dominance, improve road safety and improve the look and feel of Richmond Town Centre.  The borough is working with South Western Rail develop a proposal for a cycle super hub to be located within the Richmond Station Car Park 

LB Southwark

Liveable Walworth

Proposals include improvements to key walking and cycling routes the Southwark cycle spine and to Burgess Park and to reinforce safe walking and cycling routes to the schools in the area as well as   public realm improvements in Walworth Road.

LB Tower Hamlets

Bethnal Green Gateway

Proposals are to improve the street environment around the junction of Cambridge Heath Rd, Bethnal Green Rd and Roman Rd by revising the junction layout  including  introducing an "All-Red" signal timing  along with diagonal crossing and additional greenspace..

LB Waltham Forest

Leyton Green

Proposals are to remove rat-running on Lea Green Road improve the junction of Leyton Green Road/Capworth Street and High Road and implement dedicated cycle paths. 

LB Waltham Forest

Coppermill Village

The scheme is in a residential area south of Forest Road, and joins up regeneration areas, with proposals for improvements for cycling and walking in the area.

LB Wandsworth

Putney High Street

The scheme aims to enhance connectivity of the town centre with an improved public realm, pedestrian and cycling facilities and a Thames path connection through Putney bridge.