Public consultation on improvements to Atlantic Road

Written by on February 10, 2017 in Community, Council, News, Planning, Traffic - Comments Off on Public consultation on improvements to Atlantic Road

flyer for public consultation on future of Atlantic RoadLambeth council is seeking views on how to improve the layout of Atlantic Road at two public workshops. The workshops on a potential new street design are being held at 4.00 pm on Tuesday 14 February at the Dogstar, 389 Coldharbour Lane and 6.30 pm on Wednesday 15 February at International House, Canterbury Crescent, Brixton.

You can register here.

The council says: “We would like everyone who uses Atlantic Road to get involved in deciding how the street can work better for them and the town centre. A new layout could improve loading and unloading for shops, market traders and businesses, widen the pavement for pedestrians, make it easier to wait for the bus, and improve conditions for cyclists. “

The council is working on the project with the Brixton Business Improvement District (BID), Brixton Neighbourhood Forum, Brixton Society and Metropolitan Workshop, the architects for the Somerleyton Road development

If you can’t attend either workshop, you can email or join the conversation on twitter @futurebrixton #Atlantic

 

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