We visited the site of the proposed Pentavia housing development in Mill Hill on 22 January 2018.
Details of the planning application.
Barnet Cycling Campaign’s response to the proposals in terms of encouraging cycling as laid out in the council’s planning brief for the site.
Photos taken during our visit.
Islington Town Hall, 14 December 2017, 6.30 pm
London Assembly Member and Islington Councillor Caroline Russell will talk about her report for the London Assembly Transport Committee which is to be published on 4th Dec. The report looks at how the Mayor can tackle main roads that are hostile for walking and cycling and make them into healthy places where it is a pleasure to get around on foot and by bike.
For more information: see https://www.london.gov.uk/current-investigations/walking-cycling-outer-london-junctions
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Healthy Streets: Friern Barnet Lane, Ashurst Road, and Buxted Road
BARNET COUNCIL SAID:
What are Quietways?
As part of these Healthy Streets improvements, we will be proposing to connect residents to the London‐wide cycle network of Quietways. These are quiet routes that follow back streets, parks and waterways that will safely connect you to shops, stations, workplaces and other destinations. They are different from Cycle Superhighways, being much more low‐key in nature, and appeal to people of all ages and cycling experience.
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