Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mayor Sadiq Khan has missed an opportunity to undo one of Boris Johnson’s mistakes

TfL has today (nine days before Christmas, when everyone has time to study them! ) published its conclusions about Vauxhall. The document includes pages and pages of detail about left or right turns but the core message is clear.  … Continue reading

Posted in The Vauxhall gyratory

Transport for London Update – Vauxhall Gyratory

TfLs findings that “61 per cent were generally positive towards the proposal” is taken as general approval for all their plans for the gyratory, including the demolition of the bus station. TfL briefing:

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Stop HGVs from cutting through our streets

Petition to Stockwell and Oval ward councillors:

Posted in Uncategorized, Vauxhall cluster of tall towers

Petition: London’s parks at risk

Have a look at this: London’s parks are at risk. There’s no legal responsibility to look after them and squeezed budgets mean our local green spaces – from playgrounds to the parks we use for winter walks – don’t … Continue reading

Posted in Beyond ..., Local parks and gardens

Proposals to Exempt Pedal Cycles from the One-Way Traffic System

This could make life a lot easier for cyclists. From Lambeth Plus remove a Parking Place and Introduce Double Yellow Lines and a Road Hump in Vauxhall Walk

Posted in Local news

The Kennington Oval & Vauxhall (KOV) Forum Newsletter

… with KOV Neighbourhood Plan survey From Byron Green (KOVF Sectretary) The first edition incorporates feedback from the recent OAKDA/Oval Gas Works exhibition by Berkeley Homes and a brief update on KOV representations to Lambeth’s Planning Applications Committee.  

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Gavin Turk Exhibition Now Open at Newport Street Gallery

Newport Street Gallery is pleased to present ‘Who What When Where How and Why’, a solo exhibition of work by renowned British artist Gavin Turk, open to the public until 19th March 2017.

Posted in Events