SIX WORK PROGRAMMES 2022 > 2027
PROGRAMME 1: VOICE AND REPRESENTATION

CONSULTATIONS AND OUTCOMES

The latest consultations that require your input:

Streateries | Whitfield Street

Part of Camden Streateries Programme. 
A Streatery was implemented outside Gigs on Whitfield Street for an 18 months’ trial period. Following the trial, we are now proposing to make this Streatery permanent, subject to the business securing a tables and chairs licence, and we want to know your views on these proposal:

  • permanently retain the space provided for a trial Streatery which was created from removing 10 metres of paid-for-parking and 1.5 metres of double yellow lines on Whitfield Street.

Streateries | Conway Street

Part of Camden Streateries Programme.
A Streatery was implemented on Conway Street in July 2021 to support the Lore of the Land pub for a trial 18 months’ period. Following the trial, we are now proposing to make this Streatery permanent, subject to the business securing a tables and chairs licence, and we want to know your views on these proposal:

  • permanently retain the space created from the removal of 11 metres of double yellow lines outside the pub, to provide 11 metres of streatery space, protected by barriers around the new space for table and chairs. 

Night time economy | Camden Council

If you are a business or organisation, tell Camden Council what you think about Camden’s evening and night time. There are eight questions and an additional two questions if you are a licensed premises.

Places to improve | Camden Council

Using an interactive map, highlight the places in Camden that you don’t like or don’t feel safe in between 6pm and 6am.

You can comment on as many different areas as you like by returning to the map after completing each survey.

Travel | Black Cab Fares

TfL is reviewing London taxi (black cab) fares and tariffs and are interested in your views on whether these should be increased to take into account taxi drivers’ rising operating costs.

We are also proposing changes to the extra charge for booked taxis and the fixed-fare shared-taxi scheme that operates during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

Find out about the proposals and the potential impacts of increasing taxi fares, read background information on why TfL reviews fares and find out how you can give us your feedback.

Travel | Lowering Speed Limits

The Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) is committed to the Vision Zero Action Plan(External link). The Action Plan sets out the ambition to eliminate death and serious injury from London’s transport network by 2041. Collision data from around the world is very clear. It shows the faster a vehicle is travelling the more likely a collision will occur because the driver has less time to react, stop or avoid the collision and the more severe an injury resulting from the collision will be.

Please leave comments on the Discussion Board to have your say:

New funding from the Mayor saves vast majority of London's buses

  • More than 70 routes were originally proposed to be affected, while the plans being taken forward will impact 18 routes. There are more than 620 bus routes in London
  • Route 507 will be extended towards Fulham, and will be renumbered 11, and route 521 will be withdrawn, with the night service N11 restructured
  • Route 16 will run on route 332 between Brent Park and Paddington. The night route N16 will be renumbered N32
  • Routes 4, 12, 14, 24, 31, 45, 72, 74, 78, 242, 349, C3, D7, N31, N72, N74 and N242 will be saved and kept as they currently operate
  • The proposed changes to routes 3, 6, 11, 23, 26, 59, 77, 133, 211, C10 and N26 will still go ahead to minimise the impact of withdrawn routes 
  • Proposed changes to routes 15, 19, 27, 43, 47, 49, 53, 56, 88, 98, 100, 113, 135, 148, 171, 189, 205, 214, 236, 254, 259, 277, 279, 283, 328, 343, 388, 414, 430, 476, D3, N15, N19, N27, N98, N133, N205, will not be taken forward.
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