Take action: support better cycling (and neighbourhoods) in Kensington & Chelsea & Hammersmith & Fulham




Amazing! There’s a really good scheme in Kensington & Chelsea! And it’s good not just for those who cycle and want to cycle, but also for those who walk, amble, enjoy and live there too.

The four neighbourhood improvement schemes - around Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush, Holland Park Avenue and Notting Hill Gate – will link together, reducing motor traffic, providing wider pavements, creating better pedestrian crossings and include a high-quality bidirectional cycle track running right the way through.

If we want west London to get better for cycling, walking and living, then it’s really important everyone feeds their thoughts back into TfL, and supports this scheme moving forward.

Take just a few minutes and ensure your voice counts by clicking 'Respond directly’ below and submitting your response on TfL’s consultation website. This take slightly longer, but responding this way carries far more weight. If time is super super-short, then click 'Respond by email' to quickly send a template response – but please be aware, TfL tends to separate these out of the main responses – your voice counts for far less.

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For more detail on TfL’s plans and LCC’s take on them, click here.