We are tracking Southwark Council’s progress on reallocating street space to people as part of Southwark’s Streetspace plan in response to Covid-19.
This page was last updated on Saturday, 17 October 2020.
We have a spreadsheet and a map showing all the measures. If anything is missing, incorrect, or out of date please let us know. Send us a photo if you can. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The map shows implemented schemes by default. You can view proposed schemes using the menu on the right.
Latest updates are at the top.
- 30 September – Batch 4 of Streetspace measures announced, including Lower Road C4 improvement, modal filters at Bermondsey Street, a one way system to create an LTN around Great Suffolk Street and a bus gate and cycle lanes on Peckham Rye.
- 21 August – Batch 3 of Streetspace measures announced, including Dulwich Phase 2 plans, changes in Walworth, and filtering traffic on the Cut.
- 10 August – Southwark Council announces the next set of measures, including the extension of CS7 to Southwark Bridge, the East Dulwich/Melbourne Grove North LTN, some changes to the Walworth LTN, a few school streets, and pavement widening around schools.
- 7 July – Southwark Streetspace plan published with additional measures. Must be approved at cabinet meeting on 14 July. See item 14 on the agenda.
- 29 June – First filters in place at the Dulwich Village Junction.
- 15 June – Cabinet member approves the 5 June announcement. Installation should begin week of the 22nd.
- 5 June – Southwark Council announces Covid-19 post lockdown highway schemes. We have outlined this in a blog post.
- 16 May – Temporary pavement widening on Borough High Street, Southwark Street, and St Thomas Street by TfL.
- 15 May – Southwark Commonplace map launched.
- 11 May – Southwark transport respond to Covid-19 announced. This sets forth to make it easier to walk and cycle, discourage driving and accelerate their highways programme along with a map for residents to give intervention suggestions.
- 1 May – Temporary pavement widening on Rye Lane and Macleod Street.