Transport is one of the most important parts of day-to-day life in the borough. We use transport every day to go to work, school, visit the shops and friends, and to access services. Whether we make journeys by car, tube, train, bus, motorcycle, on foot or by bicycle, we rely on the transport system being safe, reliable, convenient and affordable. The relative attractiveness of different modes of transport influences our choice of travel.
A good quality transport system is also necessary to support the efficient carrying out of business in the borough and reliable, cost-effective deliveries and servicing of property. Making our transport system better will help our borough maintain and improve its position as a good place to live, work and do business.
Local Implementation Plan (LIP)
Our transport plan for the borough is known as the Local Implementation Plan (LIP). This document sets out how we are implementing the Mayor of London's Transport Strategy.
The Council prepared a second LIP in 2011 following consultation in late 2010/early 2011. Download a copy of the Second Local Implementation Plan and its appendices.
The Council is allocated funding for LIP proposals by Transport for London. Reports about LIP and LIP funding are taken to the Strategic Planning and Transportation Overview and Scrutiny Committee. To view these reports, see the Strategic Planning and Transportation Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
We produced a Cycling Strategy for the borough following consultation in 2015.
Our planning policies aim to protect and enhance quality of life and improve economic and social opportunities. They are the basis for promoting and managing development in the borough.
Further details and information on local planning policies visit our Local Development Framework section.
For further information visit Committees and meetings.