Council Transport consultation workshops, Tuesday 4 September 2.30-4.30 & 5.30-7.30pm at Mind in Croydon, Fairfield House, 10 Altyre Road

Addiscombe and Chepstow Rd junction

The Council’s Strategic Transport Team workshop is on the development of the Borough’s Third Local Implementation Plan (LIP3), local transport plan for the borough, which will outline the transport objectives and projects it intends to deliver that will meet the Mayor of London’s transport outcomes, in return for funding from Transport for London (TfL) each year. The draft document will to be submitted to TfL for public consultation in early November with the final document due to be approved by the Mayor of London in March 2019.

If you can attend at such short notice please contact Ben Kennedy, Transport Strategy Manager (Policy & Planning):  020 8726 6000  Ext.: 47553; Email: ben.kennedy@croydon.gov.uk

These meetings were originally aimed at Croydon Mobility Forum representatives, to obtain insight from an equalities perspective. The uptake wasn’t as high as anticipated meaning there was capacity for additional attendees at the venue.  This is why so little notice was given.

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3 responses to “Council Transport consultation workshops, Tuesday 4 September 2.30-4.30 & 5.30-7.30pm at Mind in Croydon, Fairfield House, 10 Altyre Road

  1. Very short notice. Can’t call this a public consultation if we didn’t have sufficient and wide-spread notice of this.

    Thanks for posting all the same.

    Andrew Kennedy Tel: +44 (0)20 8657 2826 Mob: +44 (0)7973 285 548

    On 4 September 2018 at 09:15, East Croydon Community Organisation wrote:

    > eastcroydon posted: ” The Council’s Strategic Transport Team workshop is > on the development of the Borough’s Third Local Implementation Plan (LIP3), > local transport plan for the borough, which will outline the transport > objectives and projects it intends to deliver that will” >

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    • Have just heard back from Croydon Council. These meetings were originally aimed at Croydon Mobility Forum representatives, to obtain insight from an equalities perspective. The uptake wasn’t as high as anticipated meaning there was capacity for additional attendees at the venue.  This is why so little notice was given.

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