LTN filter on St Matthew’s Road
LTN filter on St Matthew’s Road

There have been big improvements in air quality across Lambeth over the last few years – for example, in the most polluted areas the level of nitrogen dioxide pollution has halved since 2014. But there is more to be done. In November, Lambeth Council will agree the most ambitious air quality targets of any London Borough. These more ambitious targets will mean that Lambeth will meet the London-wide targets earlier than the Mayor’s target date. Other schemes, including the expansion of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (which has already been more successful than anticipated), will also play their part in improving air quality.

These other schemes include measures to encourage active travel by making it easier for people to use public transport or get around without using cars.  You can currently take part in the public consultation on the Tulse Hill low traffic neighbourhood which runs until mid-December. No matter what your views are, it’s really important that everybody has their say on whether the temporary scheme is made permanent – so please ensure you take part. Every household in the area has been sent letters and flyers on the consultation and there will be five public drop-in sessions held locally for those who can’t complete the consultation online (in addition to the dedicated schools-focused session that took place at the start of the month).

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