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Date updated: 28/07/2023

City of London Corporation in partnership with the Fleet Street Quarter Business Improvement District (BID), is developing a programme of improvements to the streets and spaces in the neighbourhoods around Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill.

Our initial consultation, which provided an opportunity to comment on the proposals and provide further suggestions, is closed. Results will be made public and reported on this webpage in autumn 2023. There will be more engagement and consultation in the future, as the plan and individual projects are developed.

The Healthy Streets Approach redesigns streets and manages motor vehicle access, prioritising street space for people walking, cycling and public transport.

This draft Fleet Street Area Healthy Streets Plan is a set of proposals to redesign streets and manage access to make streets more accessible, engaging and safe places for people to walk, cycle and spend time.

Draft Fleet Street Area Healthy Streets Plan PDF (4MB)
Date submitted: 2/05/23

If you have any questions email the Healthy Neighbourhood team

What is a Healthy Street approach?

Healthy Streets is an approach adopted by many London authorities 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(PDF) for more information.

The Five Neighbourhoods Map shows the areas that comprise the Fleet Street Healthy Streets Plan area.

Five Neighbourhoods Map PDF (631KB)
Download the map showing the Healthy Streets zones, including the Fleet Street area.
Date submitted: 8/03/23