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To organise a play street in Barnet you will need to fill out an online form and send it to Barnets Highway Team. Find out more here.

To create a play street you will need to request a road closure application pack from the City of London. To do this you can call their Contact Centre on 020 7332 3553/3554 or fill out an online form here.

To request a play street in Ealing you will need to apply online – you can find out more here or email playstreets@ealing.gov.uk

To see if your street is elgiblie for a play street you will need to email play-streets@royalgreenwich.gov.uk. Alternatively visit here for more information.

For information on how to apply for a play street in hackney see here. Alternatively email playstreets@hackneyplay.org

To apply for play street in Hammersmith and Fulham you will need to fill out an application form and send this to the council. You can find more information on how to do this and download the form here.

To apply for a play street in Haringey you will need to download and complete the Haringey Play Streets application pack and email it to smarter.travel@haringey.gov.uk. To download the pack and find out more please see here.

To apply for a play street in Islington you will need to download and complete a Play Streets application form and email it to road.safety@islington.gov.uk To find out more and download the form please see here.

To apply for a play street in Lambeth you will need to download and complete a Play Streets application form and post it to the council. To find out more and download the form please see here or email Highways@lambeth.gov.uk 

To set up a play street in Lewisham you will first need to email activetravel@lewisham.gov.uk to find out if your road is suitable. You can also find out more information including guidance notes on how to set up a play street in Lewisham here.

To access guidance and the documents needed to apply for a play street in Merton see here. You can also email networkcoordination@merton.gov.uk for advice and support.

Applications for play streets in Richmond are currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However for information on applying for play streets in Richmond please see here.

Unfortunately Kensington and Chelsea do not have a play streets prpgramme, however you can contact the council play contact Colin Simmons by emailing colin.simmons@rbkc.gov.uk or calling 02073613302.

To set up a play street in Tower Hamlets you will need to fill out an online application form – you can find out more here.

To access guidance and the documents needed to apply for a play street in Waltham Forest see here. Applications should be sent to nrswa.admin@walthamforest.gov.uk and you can also use this contact for any queries or information.

To organise a play street in Wandsworth you will need to fill out an application and get approval from the council. For more information see here or contact streetworks@wandsworth.gov.uk

To find out more about play streets in Westminster see here or contact Active@westminster.gov.uk

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Unfortunately this borough is not involved in Healthy Streets Everyday, however we recommend looking on your council’s website for this information

Although Barnet does not have a specific School Streets programme you can find out more about the boroughs plans relating to sustainable travel to school here.

Although the City of London does not have a specific School Streets programme you can find out more about their approach to sustainable school travel here.

For more information on Ealings School Streets programme, including how to get involved click here.

For more information on the Greenwich School Streets programme, including how to get involved, visit their website here.

For more information on Hackney’s School Streets programme click here.

Although Hammersmith and Fulham does not have a specific School Streets programme you can find out more about the boroughs plans relating to sustainable travel to school here.

For more information on Haringeys School Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on School Streets in Islington click here.

For more information on Lambeths School Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on Lewishams School Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on Mertons School Streets programme (called school safety zones) please visit their website here.

For more information on Richmond’s School Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on School Streets in Tower Hamlets and how to get involved visit their website here.

For more information on Waltham Forest’s School Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on Wandsworth’s Shool Streets programme, including who to contact, please visit their website here.

For more information on School streets in Westminsters and who to contact please visit their website here.

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    Play Street Event: Hague / Stewart Headlam Primary School

    School children enjoyed play street events as part of local car free activities in Tower Hamlets.

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    • Hague / Stewart Headlam Primary School
    • Wednesday 23 March 2022,
      12:00am - 11:00pm
    • Temporary event
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    Play Street Event: St Luke’s Primary School / Canary Wharf College

    School children enjoyed play street events as part of local car free activities in Tower Hamlets.

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    • St Luke's Primary School / Canary Wharf College
    • Tuesday 22 March 2022,
      12:00am - 11:00pm
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    Play Street Event: Cubitt Town Primary

    School children enjoyed play street events as part of local car free activities in Tower Hamlets.

    Information:

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    • Cubitt Town Primary
    • Tuesday 22 March 2022,
      12:00am - 11:00pm
    • Temporary event
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    Tower Hamlets Dr Bike Sessions

    Cross River Partnership’s Healthy Streets Everyday (HSE) Programme has helped fund several Dr Bike sessions across London, including ones in Tower Hamlets. The sessions aim to encourage people to get back on their bikes by helping with fixes and carrying out repairs.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Borough Wide
    • March 2021
    • Permanent event
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    BLEN Micro-Parklets

    Parking spaces in Leytonstone are being turned into miniature "parklets" by Waltham Forest Council.

    Information:

    • Parklet
    • Leytonstone BLEN
    • March 2021
    • Permanent event
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    BLEN Air Quality Monitoring

    The council has installed more Aeroqual sensors to monitor air quality in Leytonstone BLEN.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • Leytonstone BLEN
    • June 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Greening The Strand Reports

    The Healthy Streets Everyday programme helped fund two reports for The Northbank BID, aimed at enhancing and greening The Strand.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • The Strand
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Cycling Map

    Northbank BID has been working with the active travel charity Sustrans to create a brand new cycling map for the area. The map is designed to help inspire seasoned and new riders to explore central London using pedal power.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Northbank BID
    • March 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Lewisham School Streets Campaign

    As part of Lewisham's School Streets campaign, the council has installed a number of visible banners to promote local school streets.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Lewisham School Streets
    • April 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Haringey School Streets Campaign

    As part of Haringey's School Streets campaign, the council has installed a number of visible banners, posters and more to promote local school streets.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Haringey School Streets
    • December 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Chapel Market Xmas Event

    The car-free Christmas event at Chapel Market in 2021 was funded by Healthy Streets Everyday. Islington was brightened up by all things festive, as Chapel Market filled up with market stalls and cargo bikes that the public could trial for free.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Chapel Market
    • Thursday 18 November 2021, 12:00am
      Saturday 11 December 2021, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    Greening at Archway Station

    Two planters have been added to the entrance of Archway Station in Islington.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • Archway Station
    • December 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Islington Dr Bike Sessions

    Cross River Partnership’s Healthy Streets Everyday (HSE) Programme has helped fund several Dr Bike sessions across London, including ones in Islington. The sessions aim to encourage people to get back on their bikes by helping with fixes and carrying out repairs.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Borough Wide
    • January 2021
    • Permanent event
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    CAD Poster Competition in Islington

    As part of Healthy Streets Everyday and in honour of Clean Air Day 2020, the London Borough of Islington held a poster competition.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Islington
    • June 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Parklet on Aynhoe Rd

    A new parklet has been installed by the Local Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham at the school 'Ecole Française de Londres Jacques Prévert' which was given permission to name it: The parklet will be named - The Jane Goodall Parklet/Espace Jane Goodall.

    Information:

    • Parklet
    • Ecole Française de Londres Jacques Prévert
    • January 2022
    • Permanent event
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    Expanded air quality monitoring network

    Expanded air quality monitoring network launching in Hackney: The first of four new automatic air quality monitoring stations has been installed by Hackney Council on Queensbridge Road, in an expansion of its existing air quality monitoring network. Providing live monitoring of nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter pollution, the new stations join a 150-strong network of diffusion tube monitors already in place across the borough.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Hackney
    • November 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Free cycle skills sessions & Fix and Ride

    The Royal Borough of Greenwich offers free cycle skills sessions to anyone over the age of seven who lives, works or studies in the borough. You can book up to four hours for free, usually booked as two two-hour sessions.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Greenwich
    • February 2021
    • Permanent event
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    E-Z Cycle electric bike loan scheme

    E-Z Cycle is the Council’s e-bike loan scheme available to anyone who lives, works or studies in Royal Greenwich aged 18 or over. It costs £10 for a month which covers insurance costs. This project has been paused due to COVID-19.

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Greenwich
    • Tuesday 20 October 2020, 12:00am
      Wednesday 31 March 2021, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    City of London’s Car Free Day

    The City of London Corporation supported the Mayor of London and TfL to deliver the ‘Reimagine’ Car Free Day event in central London on 22 September.  

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • City of London
    • Sunday 22 September 2019,
      12:00am - 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    City of London’s Lunchtime Streets 2019: Chancery Lane

    Lunchtime Streets is an event that removes motor traffic from a street over a lunchtime period, so people can enjoy their lunch in a safer and more pleasant environment.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Chancery Lane
    • Tuesday 3 September 2019, 12:00am
      Thursday 5 September 2019, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    Finchley Place Making Scheme

    To support the town centre and the high street in Finchley Central, the Council is developing designs to improve the public space and create a new public square.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • Finchley Square
    • October 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Northbank Walking Signage

    Wayfinding maps were created to safely guide visitors around the area and promote local businesses.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • Northbank
    • June 2020
    • Permanent event
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    City of London’s Lunchtime Streets 2019: St Mary Axe

    Lunchtime Streets is an event that removes motor traffic from a street over a lunchtime period, so people can enjoy their lunch in a safer and more pleasant environment.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • St Mary Axe
    • Tuesday 19 March 2019, 12:00am
      Thursday 28 March 2019, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    HSE Mural at Cayley Primary School

    CRP is happy to announce that artists Viola Wang (@violawangstudio) and Allegra Fitzherbert (@allegra.fitz) have recently completed painting the commissioned mural, as a result of Healthy Street Everyday’s Car Free Day 2021 competition, at Cayley Primary School (Tower Hamlets)!

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Cayley Primary School
    • May 2022
    • Permanent event
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    HSE Mural at Middle Park Primary School

    CRP is happy to announce that the artist Aspire (@aspireartwork) has recently completed painting the commissioned mural, as a result of Healthy Street Everyday’s Car Free Day 2021 competition, at Middle Park Primary School, Eltham (Royal Borough of Greenwich)! The mural design is based on the winning drawing created by Ashae Millwood & Stanley Lorraine, two students from the school.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Middle Park Primary School
    • April 2022
    • Permanent event
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    Vivacity Monitoring: School Streets at Fairholt Road & Rendlesham Road (2/2)

    Vivacity sensors were installed on Fairholt Road and Rendlesham Road to see how people used the streets during school street periods. The findings were published in the report "MAKING SCHOOL STREETS HEALTHIER: Learning from temporary and emergency closures".

    Information:

    • School Street
      Car Free Day Event
    • Fairholt Road & Rendlesham Road
    • March 2022
    • Permanent event
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    Vivacity Monitoring: School Streets at Fairholt Road & Rendlesham Road (1/2)

    Vivacity sensors were installed on Fairholt Road and Rendlesham Road to see how people used the streets during school street periods. The findings were published in the report "MAKING SCHOOL STREETS HEALTHIER: Learning from temporary and emergency closures".

    Information:

    • School Street
      Car Free Day Event
    • Fairholt Road & Rendlesham Road
    • March 2022
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    E-Cargo Bike Pop Up Event & Dr Bike

    In September 2021, CRP and Healthy Streets Everyday partner Richmond ran an E-cargo bike pop up event with a Dr Bike.

    Information:

    • Car Free Day Event
    • Richmond Civic Centre
    • Wednesday 22 September 2021,
      12:00pm - 5:00pm
    • Temporary event
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    Tower Hamlets CFD Play Street

    Thousands of children at six schools across Tower Hamlets enjoyed car free streets as part of Car Free Day in September 2021.

    Information:

    • Play Street
      Car Free Day Event
    • Tower Hamlets
    • Wednesday 22 September 2021,
      12:00am - 11:00pm
    • Temporary event
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    Mellison Rd Pocket Park

    Healthy Streets Everyday helped fund a community pocket park on the edge of the Gravenel Gardens estate on Mellison Road, within the London Borough of Wandsworth.

    Information:

    • Parklet
    • 113 Mellison Rd, London SW17 9AT
    • March 2021
    • Permanent event
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    Parklet at St Clement Danes Primary School

    February 2022 saw the grand unveiling of the first school parklet to be installed in City of Westminster outside St Clement Danes CE Primary School, funded as part of the Healthy Streets Everyday programme.

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • St Clement Danes CE Primary School
    • February 2022
    • Permanent event
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    Merton Nature Walk

    In collaboration with London Borough of Merton and St Mark’s Primary School, Yes Make  developed a nature trail for young children in what was an abandoned space. 

    Information:

    • Streetscape Improvement
    • St Mark's Rd
    • March 2022
    • Permanent event
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    Hoxton West – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    Hackney introduced measures using solid planters on either side of the roads to reduce the carriageway width. At Micawber Street, Ebenezer Street and Nile Street, a lockable bollard has been placed in the middle of these planters. The filter at Shepherdess Walk just south of the junction with Micawber Street does not include a lockable bollard and is instead being enforced by cameras in order to deter vehicles driving through the filters. Signs and road markings make it clear that regular vehicles cannot pass through.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Hoxton West Area
    • August 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Homerton North – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    A type of road closure, known as a traffic filter (planters or bollards on the road, which prevent motor vehicles from passing through) at Ashenden Road junction with Glyn Road and Meeson Street junction with Kingsmead Way, as shown on the drawing attached below, has been installed. The traffic filter eliminates through-traffic, including rat-running traffic trying to avoid queues on Homerton High Street, to improving road safety and opportunities for social distancing for residents, pedestrians and cyclists on Ashenden Road and Meeson Street.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Homerton North Area
    • June 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Homerton Station – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    A type of road closure, known as a traffic filter (planters or bollards on the road, which prevent motor vehicles from passing through) in Barnabas Road between Oriel Road and Berger Road, adjacent to Alma Apartments, as shown on the drawing attached below has been installed.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Homerton Station Area
    • June 2020
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    London Fields – Low Traffic Neighbourhood (2)

    In the London Fields area, we know that levels of non-local through-traffic are at times too high. We have therefore introduced a type of road closure, known as a traffic filter (planters or bollards on the road, which prevent motor vehicles from passing through). The filters were introduced on 7 September 2020 using an experimental traffic order for a maximum period of 18 months

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • London Fields Area
    • Monday 7 September 2020, 12:00am
      Monday 7 March 2022, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    London Fields – Low Traffic Neighbourhood (1)

    In the London Fields area, we know that levels of non-local through-traffic are at times too high. We have therefore introduced a type of road closure, known as a traffic filter (planters or bollards on the road, which prevent motor vehicles from passing through). The filters were introduced on 7 September 2020 using an experimental traffic order for a maximum period of 18 months

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • London Fields Area
    • Monday 7 September 2020, 12:00am
      Monday 7 March 2022, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    Walford Road – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    Following a consultation with local residents, the Council is introducing road closures at: Nevill Road between Osterley Road and Walford Road; Clonbrock Road at its junction with Nevill Road; Allen Road at its junction with Nevill Road.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Walford Road Area
    • Saturday 1 October 2022, 12:00am
      Friday 1 April 2022, 12:00am
    • Temporary event
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    Hackney Downs – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    Hackney introduced these measures from 24 August 2020, using solid planters on either side of the roads to reduce the carriageway width, but allowing enough space for cyclists and emergency and refuse vehicles to go through. Signs and road markings make it clear that regular vehicles cannot pass through. The closures may be enforced by cameras in order to deter vehicles driving through the closures.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Hackney Downs Area
    • August 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Bowes Green – Low Traffic Neighbourhood (2)

    The Bowes Primary and Surrounding Streets Quieter Neighbourhood (QN) was implemented as a trial in September 2020 using experimental traffic orders. The objectives of the project were to create healthier streets within the area, significantly reduce the volume of through motor traffic and enable a longer-term increase in walking and cycling levels.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Bowes Primary Area
    • September 2020
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    Bowes Green – Low Traffic Neighbourhood (1)

    The Bowes Primary and Surrounding Streets Quieter Neighbourhood (QN) was implemented as a trial in September 2020 using experimental traffic orders. The objectives of the project were to create healthier streets within the area, significantly reduce the volume of through motor traffic and enable a longer-term increase in walking and cycling levels.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Bowes Primary Area
    • September 2020
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    Barts – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    LEN covers the Bartsl area.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Barts Area
    • March 2020
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    Guildhall – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    LEN covers the Guildhall area.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Guildhall Area
    • March 2020
    • Permanent event
    Read more

    Barbican – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    LEN covers the Barbican area (Beech Street/Golden Lane/Silk Street/Moor Lane/Fore Street).

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Barbican Area
    • March 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Clerkenwell Green – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    Clerkenwell Green, like many neighbourhoods within the borough, has suffered from increased traffic volumes in recent years from the use of the area as a short-cut. We have now published our pre-consultation monitoring report for the Clerkenwell Green PFS trial area. This report includes data one year on from the launch of the people-friendly streets trial in September 2020.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Clerkenwell Green
    • September 2020
    • Permanent event
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    St Mark’s Primary School – School Street

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealing's School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside St Mark’s Primary School. Parts of Green Lane, Du Burstow Terrace and Bishops Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • St Mark’s Primary School
      22 Lower Boston Road
      Ealing
      London
      W7 2NR
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School – School Street

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealing's School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside St Joseph's Catholic Primary School. York Avenue, Balfour Avenue and Clairville Gardens will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
      York Avenue
      Ealing
      London
      W7 3HU
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    St Johns Primary School – School Street

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealing's School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside St Johns Primary School. Parts of Green Man Lane will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • St Johns Primary School
      Green Man Gardens,
      Ealing,
      London,
      W13 0SE
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Oaklands Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Oaklands Primary School. Parts of Manton Avenue and Cumberland Road will be partially closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Oaklands Primary School
      Oaklands Road
      Ealing
      London
      W7 2DP
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – North Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside North Primary School. Parts of Meadow Road, School Passage and Shrubbery Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • North Primary School
      Meadow Road
      Southall
      UB1 2JE
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – North Ealing Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside North Ealing Primary School. Parts of Meadvale Road and Summerfield Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • North Ealing Primary School
      Pitshanger Lane
      Ealing
      London
      W5 1RP
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Mayfield Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Mayfield Primary School. Parts of High Lane will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Mayfield Primary School
      High Lane
      Ealing
      London
      W7 3RT
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Horsenden Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Horsenden Primary School. Parts of Elton Avenue will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Horsenden Primary School
      Horsenden Lane North
      Greenford
      Ealing
      London
      UB6 0PB
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Holy Family Catholic Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Holy Family Catholic Primary School. Parts of Vale Lane, Hanger Vale Lane and Hanger View Way will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Holy Family Catholic Primary School
      Vale Lane
      Ealing
      London
      W3 0DY
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Grange Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Grange Primary School. Parts of Church Gardens Road and Church Place will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Grange Primary School
      Church Gardens
      Ealing
      London
      W5 4HN
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Derwentwater Primary School

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Derwentwater Primary School. Part of Shakespeare Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Derwentwater Primary School
      Shakespeare Rd
      Ealing
      London
      W3 6SA
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Christ the Saviour Primary School (Grove Site)

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Christ the Saviour Primary School. Parts of The Grove and Oxford Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Christ the Saviour Primary School
      The Grove
      Ealing
      London
      W5 5DX
    • October 2021
    • Permanent event
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    School Street – Berrymede Infant and Junior Schools

    CRP’s HSE Programme helped to fund evaluation and consultation activities relating to Ealings School Street Programme. One of these school streets is outside Berrymede Infant and Junior Schools. Parts of Osborne Road will be closed to traffic between school opening and closing times, Monday to Friday during term time. This will encourage more walking and cycling to school by making the road safer.

    Information:

    • School Street
    • Berrymede Infant and Junior Schools
      232 Osborne Rd
      Ealing
      London
      W3 8SN
    • November 2020
    • Permanent event
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    St. Peter’s – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    In July 2020, as part of our people-friendly streets scheme, we introduced a low traffic neighbourhood trial in St Peter’s. Like many neighbourhoods within the borough, St Peter’s has suffered from increased traffic volumes in recent years from the use of the area as a short-cut. 

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • St. Peter's
    • July 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Finchley Low Emission Delivery Service

    The HSE programme has helped to fund the trial of a low emission delivery service for businesses in Finchley. Additionally, the service helped to remove vehicles from the road improving air quality and congestion in the local area. 

    Information:

    • Clean Air Day Event
    • Finchley
      Barnet
      London
      N3 1UX
    • Tuesday 1 June 2021, 9:00am
      Friday 31 December 2021, 5:00pm
    • Temporary event
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    Canonbury East – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    As part of Islington Council’s people-friendly streets programme and the need for an urgent transport response to COVID-19, Canonbury East is the second people friendly streets neighbourhood in the borough. It has been created to allow more space for people to walk and cross the road safely, use buggies and wheelchairs, and cycle as part of everyday life. The scheme went live on 3 August 2020.

    Information:

    • Low Emission Neighbourhood
    • Canonbury East
    • August 2020
    • Permanent event
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    Canonbury West – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

    The Canonbury West people-friendly streets (PFS) trial, is having the intended impacts in the area of reducing motorised traffic across internal roads, reducing motorised traffic overall across internal and boundary roads, increasing levels of cycling on some internal roads, and reducing levels of speeding on internal roads, while air quality has improved in line with borough trends.

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