School Streets restrict vehicle access to streets around schools in the borough during drop-off and pick-up times.
The schemes aim to create safer and more pleasant environments outside of schools by prioritising pedestrians and cyclists and encouraging walking, cycling and scooting to school.
School Streets aim to:
- reduce road danger at the school gates
- tackle congestion
- improve air quality
- increase active travel to school
Permanent School Streets
Lambeth introduced two pioneering School Streets in 2019. These schemes have now been made permanent at:
- Jessop Primary School, Lowden Road, SE24 0BJ
- Immanuel St Andrew CE Primary School, Northanger Road, SW16 5SL
These two schemes are enforced by Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras between the hours of 8am to 9am and 3pm to 4pm.
School Streets in 2020
20 new School Streets were introduced in 2020. These schemes are operating on an experimental traffic order and Lambeth is currently collecting feedback for each site. Visit have your say to leave a comment. The engagement period ends on 14 December 2021.
During a six-month informal engagement period which ran from 2 September 2020 to 2 March 2021, 1692 contributions were collected. The results found:
- 80% commented in support of the schemes
- 15% of comments were negative
- 5% of comments were neutral
School Streets in 2021
Lambeth is introducing 4 new School Streets in November 2021, which include the 5 following schools:
- Ashmole Primary School, Hanover Gardens, SW8 1NT
- Sunnyhill Primary School, Sunnyhill Road, SW16 2UW
- Julian's Primary School (Streatham Site), Etherstone Road, SW16 2RB
- Rosemead Preparatory School, Elmcourt Road, SE21 8HZ
- Elmgreen School, Elmcourt Road, SE27 9BZ
These schemes will initiate a six-month engagement period from the launch date on 8 November.
Visit have your say to leave a comment. Tiles for each new School Street will be available for you to leave a comment from the date each scheme goes live.