Update 12 May 2021
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the consultation for the Fox Lane and Surrounding Streets Quieter Neighbourhood so far. The below update provides information on the upcoming webinar, information on the consultation and monitoring of the project.
Consultation on the trial
The consultation survey on the trial has been open since the 12th October 2020.
The consultation survey will close on Sunday 11th July 2021. This extends the opportunity for comment beyond the minimum statutory consultation. Please share your comments on the project by this date via the survey under the ‘Surveys and Forms’ tab here on the project page. If you prefer, you can provide feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via letter addressed to:
ATTN Healthy Streets team
London EN1 3XA
Monitoring and reporting on the trial
The Monitoring Plan for the project has been published on the right-hand side of the project page. The Monitoring Plan includes information on the various activities we are undertaking to monitor the trial, including the collection of traffic data and air quality monitoring.
In the coming weeks we will be collecting traffic data on the surrounding roads to help understand the impact. We will then be collecting further traffic counts across the whole area in summer as we anticipate traffic volumes across the borough to return to more ‘normal’ levels as restrictions on travel due to the pandemic are planned to ease. Following this we will be reporting on all monitoring activities and the outcomes of public consultation in Autumn 2021, at which point a decision will be made to make the project permanent or remove it.
We would like to invite you to join an online public webinar on 26th May 2021 from 6.30pm to 8.00pm.
This will be an opportunity to hear from the project team about the monitoring and evaluation plan, consultation and engagement activities, the Equalities Impact Assessment, and an overview of next steps. There will be a presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions.
You will need to register to attend the webinar. To register for the webinar, complete the form under the ‘Surveys and Forms’ tab. We will be closing registrations at 5pm on 26th May 2021. We will be emailing the link to the webinar to people who have registered during the week of 24th May, ahead of the webinar. If you register on the day of the webinar, you will receive the link prior to the webinar that evening after registrations have closed. The webinar will be recorded and available to view following the event.