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SAY NO TO TfL'S CYCLE LANE PLANS

TfL are back with their proposed £42m cycle lane along Holland Park Avenue and Notting Hill Gate

How this will affect you

Based on TfL’s modelling and feedback from other London cycle superhighways, CS10 will result in:

  • Increased congestion, pollution and noise, with TfL predicting a high level of rat running down residential streets.
  • Less safe streets, with
    • Pedestrians crossing fast flowing bidirectional cycle lanes to reach bus stops and shops
    • Shared pavements for pedestrians and cyclists
    • Cyclists travelling at speed down Holland Park Avenue hill, causing collisions and accidents
  • Less efficient bus service and walking due to 
    • Increased distance between bus stops and increased journey times in congested single lane traffic
    • Elimination and relocation of pedestrian crossings, and narrowing of pavements
  • Shop closures as
    • Shops in Notting Hill and Holland Park Avenue will struggle to receive deliveries
    • Customers will avoid the area due to increased congestion, during and after construction
  • The cutting down of 3 established trees, reducing the environmental benefits that they were planted for
  • The loss of a major arterial route out of London, to M40 and A316, and used by the Oxford Tube

SAVE OUR STREETS IS SUPPORTED BY THE FOLLOWING ASSOCIATIONS:

  • Norland Conservation Society
  • Clarendon Cross Residents Association
  • Holland Park Residents’ Association
  • Holland Park Avenue Traders Association
  • Queensdale Walk Residents Association
  • Royal Crescent Residents Association
  • Norland Square Residents
  • Ladbroke Association
  • Outside In Pathways (learning disabilities charity)
  • Campden Hill RA
  • Hillgate Village RA
  • The Kensington Society
  • Cherry Hill RA
  • Norland Place School, Holland Park Avenue
  • La Scuola Italiana a Londra, Holland Park Avenue
  • Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, Holland Park
  • Pembridge Association