Cross River Partnership (CRP), jointly working with Marylebone LEN stakeholders, is delivering a programme focused on reducing emissions from freight, and smart delivery and servicing activity in the area.
CRP also leads the interim project management for urban realm improvements including greening, and streetscape enhancements to encourage more walking and cycling throughout Marylebone
Smart deliveries and servicing initiatives delivered by CRP:
Urban realm project management and stakeholder engagement
The network of streets in Marylebone are some of London’s most distinguishable. CRP leads the project management for the design feasibility and stakeholder engagement of the LEN urban realm improvements. The improvements to three core streetscapes in the LEN; George Street, Paddington Street and Marylebone High Street are designed to enhance the pedestrian experience and will incorporate wider footpaths, more trees, planters and shrubs and better street crossings.
Changes to the roadway will create a pedestrian experience that is vibrant and inviting, attracting visitors and residents year round.
Online business tool ‘deliverBEST’
Businesses can complete the non-technical questions relating to three air quality issues. Based on the information supplied, the tool instantly provides a concise list of actions appropriate to factors such as business location, sector and tenancy type. The business can then make an informed decision as to what they need to do next to reduce emissions.
Throughout 2017 CRP will be proactively engaging with MLEN businesses by identifying those that could benefit from the services, demonstrating potential cost savings and working towards improving air in the area.
If you would like your business to be evaluated please contact Vicky Keeble, Programme Manager – email@example.com
Deliver London Programme Manager