The Lewisham Lee Green LTN consultation ends at midnight on Sunday
We need your help to stop the council from making the road closures permanent. Consultation closes midnight Sunday 8th August. Act now!
The consultation survey does not ask whether you would like to keep the LTN or have it removed. You need to tell the council what you think in the comment boxes.
Until a fair, equitable and just solution can be found, the decision on the permanency of the Lee Green LTN should be paused, and the current restrictions must rolled back.
Read more about the true impact of the LTN
- A letter from a residentA post by local resident Ian Leadbetter on the Healthy Streets for All Facebook group,Continue reading “A letter from a resident”
- LTNs increase pollutionThe council’s own data shows that the LTN has made our most polluted roads evenContinue reading “LTNs increase pollution”
- LTNs divert trafficLTNs displace traffic onto fewer roads, increasing congestion and vehicle mileage
- LTNs delay Emergency ServicesLondon Ambulance Service reported a dozen ‘critical to life’ calls were delayed due to theContinue reading “LTNs delay Emergency Services”
“Dividing communities. Polluting already congested roads with displaced traffic. Discriminating against disabled drivers who don’t live in the borough. It has to end. LTNs are dividing Lewisham.”
Michaela Anaka, local resident
We are 700+ Lewisham residents campaigning for change to ensure that ‘low traffic neighbourhoods’ in our area benefit the health & well-being of the many, not the few.
Join our Lewisham Healthy streets For All Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/453504975580693
Local residents campaigning
Funds raised so far
Are you a local employer?
The council have distributed papers to around 30,000 local residents, however there are many people who work in the area but live outside. Many are impacted, especially carers and other key workers. The consultation is also open to them.
Want to volunteer?
We’ve had an incredible response so far, and are doing everything we can to respond to everyone who wants to volunteer to help spread the word about the issues with the LTN.