The council wants to make the streets between Elmcourt Road and Chatsworth Way /Idmiston Road a safer, healthier and more pleasant place for all through the Street Improvements project for West Dulwich. See map of proposed area.
During February 2022 the council is collecting residents views on traffic, clean air, street trees, EV charging, crossing points and climate change in the West Dulwich neighbourhood. To have your say use the online map to submit detailed comments at https://westdulwich.commonplace.is/overview Deadline is Friday 25th March.
There will be a community walkabout on Saturday 12th Feb at 3.30pm and an online workshop on Thursday 17th Feb. To take part you will need to book online via the commonplace web site.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is cleaning up London’s bus routes. In West Norwood our #2, #415 and #249 buses are some of the cleanest with Euro VI Hybrid engines. The #3 and #68 are new routemasters and have Euro VI engines.
Some of the older buses #417, #432 and P13 with Euro V diesel engines are retrofitted with ad blue to reduce nitrogen oxides and thus to meet Euro VI standard.
Your Labour councillors are campaigning for all West Norwood buses to have clean engines. To support our campaign email Florence Eshalomi, our representative on the London Assembly Florence.Eshalomi@london.gov.uk
The council works with the Mayor on cleaning up London and helps to clean up our air by promoting electric cars & charging points, more cycling and more street trees. Householder need to rethink wood burning stoves too. And we can all campaign to make sure the Conservative Brexit keeps Europe’s tough pollution controls.