New Southgate Station to Palmers Green Station

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As part of the Journeys and Places programme, Enfield Council are proposing a walking and cycling route from New Southgate Station to Palmers Green Station. The proposed route will connect Cycleway 20 (C20) with the New Southgate and Palmers Green railway stations as well as Arnos Grove underground station. This route will also run along the south-east boundary of the Fox Lane Area Quieter Neighbourhood. This project will contribute to development of the wider walking and cycling network across Enfield which supports people to choose to walk, wheel and cycle for their daily journeys.

This project is at a very early stage of design and further work is subject to funding. Transport for London have provided some funding to help develop initial design ideas. As the project progresses, updates will be posted below.

As part of the Journeys and Places programme, Enfield Council are proposing a walking and cycling route from New Southgate Station to Palmers Green Station. The proposed route will connect Cycleway 20 (C20) with the New Southgate and Palmers Green railway stations as well as Arnos Grove underground station. This route will also run along the south-east boundary of the Fox Lane Area Quieter Neighbourhood. This project will contribute to development of the wider walking and cycling network across Enfield which supports people to choose to walk, wheel and cycle for their daily journeys.

This project is at a very early stage of design and further work is subject to funding. Transport for London have provided some funding to help develop initial design ideas. As the project progresses, updates will be posted below.

  • February 2024 - Project Update

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    Previously we engaged the community on the New Southgate Station to Palmers Green Station Walking and Cycling Route project. Residents and other stakeholders shared their ideas and issues to inform a future design for this route. Thank you to those who engaged with us on this project so far. Enfield Council currently does not have any further funding to progress the project at this stage. Should further funding be secured to progress the project, this page will be updated and published in the Journeys and Places Hub. Residents will be notified of any future engagement and consultation opportunities.

  • July 2023 - Early Engagement Summary Report

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    An Early Engagement Summary Report has been completed and uploaded to the 'Project communication' folder located in the documents tab. This report can be found here. These findings will be considered throughout the design process. Following the completion of the feasibility study, the council will look to secure funding to progress the design as the advancement of this project is subject to funding.

    We would like to thank the participants for providing feedback that will help us throughout the design process.

  • Webinar 17 April 2023

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    We are hosting a webinar this evening (Monday 17 April 2023) from 6pm-7pm and can be accessed at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/NS-PG-webinar. A recording will also be uploaded to the project page linked above. The purpose of the webinar is to introduce the project, explain the purpose and objectives, give people information on how to share their comments, and provide an opportunity for people to ask the project team questions.

  • Community engagement open to share your ideas

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    We want to hear from you about your ideas for walking, wheeling and cycling in this area that could be incorporated into our planning for this route. This includes ideas for making it safer, more accessible and enjoyable such as more planting, nearby cycle parking or identifying points at which people could cross the road. We’d also like to hear about any issues people face in regard to walking, wheeling and cycling in the area, and your feedback on where the route is proposed to run.

    Share your ideas and issues with us via the interactive map on the project page where you may drop a pin, within the purple shaded areas, and provide your ideas as well as identify issues related to walking and cycling in the area. The map will be open for you to share your comments until midnight on Sunday 7 May 2023

Page last updated: 22 Feb 2024, 05:32 PM