Bunhill, Barbican and Golden Lane Healthy Neighbourhoods
The healthy neighbourhood engagement consultation
The engagement exercise is closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. We are analysing the responses which will be reported to the 4 July Streets and Walkways Sub Committee.
Bunhill, Barbican and Golden Lane Healthy Neighbourhood
The scheme is a joint project between the City of London Corporation and Islington Council. It will prioritise street spaces for people walking, cycling and accessing public transport and make these unique neighbourhoods more vibrant and successful places where people can lead active and healthy lives.
There will be more engagement and consultations as we develop proposals for the area.
What is a Healthy Streets Approach?
Healthy Streets has been adopted by many London boroughs to help create a vibrant, successful city where people can live active, healthy lives. It is a system of policies and strategies to help Londoners use cars less and walk, cycle, and use public transport more. It aims to create streets that feel pleasant, safe, and attractive and identify the barriers to movement that restrict the community, particularly the most vulnerable.
Go to Transport for London’s Healthy Streets for London for more information.