08 August 2018
Have you got suggestions on how Kensington and Chelsea’s streets and roads can be improved? We are seeking the views of residents, commuters and visitors before the Council puts together a Local Implementation Plan (LIP), a three-year plan that will set out what changes it will make to its streets and roads.
The plan will help deliver the Mayor of London’s strategy to make the Capital’s streets ‘healthy streets’ – with better air quality and more people choosing to walk and cycle. Already over 200 people have commented on the online consultation. Some suggested improvements at junctions and others have asked for trees to be planted or want better air quality. One person wants everyone to walk, scoot or skate.
Commenting is simple. It’s just a matter of going to https://rbkctransport.commonplace.is and looking at the map of the borough’s streets and roads and adding a comment at a location that you select. You can even like and share the comments of others.
Kensington and Chelsea Lead Member for Streets, Planning and Transport, Cllr Will Pascall, said: “Changes to our streets affects everyone and people rightly want to have their say. We want to make it easier to find out people’s views. I hope residents and visitors alike will use of Commonplace to tell us what they think.”