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Pedestrian Priority experimental traffic orders

Date updated: 5/18/2022

The City of London Corporation is experimenting on changes in Abchurch Lane, Cheapside, King Street, King William Street, Old Broad Street, Old Jewry, and Threadneedle Street that come into effect on 24 January 2022. These are a continuation of temporary measures introduced as part of the City Corporation’s response to Covid-19. The documents relating to this are at the end of the page. More documents are available for public inspection at the Planning Enquiry Desk, North Wing, Guildhall, London, EC2V 7HH during normal office hours on Monday to Fridays. Please send comments by email to Pedestrian Priority by 25 July 2022 quoting reference TraffOrder/DBE/CT-GL. You can reply by post but the mail is currently processed only once a week.

The experimental schemes are part of the City Corporation’s Pedestrian Priority Programme details of which are on the Pedestrian Priority Programme page.

Notice of Making - Pedestrian priority PDF(101KB)
Date submitted: 1/12/22
Consultation plans - Pedestrian priority PDF(4.6MB)
Date submitted: 1/12/22
Statement of Reasons - Pedestrian priority PDF(158KB)
Date submitted: 1/12/22
Experimental Traffic Orders PDF(879KB)
Date submitted: 1/12/22