Bromley Council has announced the start of their cycling strategy consultation, which is open to members of the public. They are interested in hearing local opinions and views on their plans for the future of cycling across the borough.
The draft Cycling Strategy showcases how they see cycling in Bromley until 2026. It covers a wide range of areas, from large-scale projects and infrastructure works through to smaller proposals, including secure parking facilities and cycle training.
The council needs to establish the main priorities and goals in the local area in order to help secure funding. The Mayor of London has a ten-year Cycling Vision scheme that operates a £913 million fund. Once they have taken local opinions into consideration, they will be able to finalise their plans and make more concrete decisions on where the funds should be allocated.
Submit your responses
The draft cycling strategy is available to view here. Alternatively, you can ask for a printed version by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 8461 7641.
Their online questionnaire for responses is available here. Responses can also be emailed to email@example.com or posted to Bromley Cycling Strategy, Bromley Civic Centre, Bromley, BR1 3UH. All responses must be received by 31st July 2015.
Have you read the Cycling Strategy document? Do you feel it provides a good service for cyclists or would you like to see changes made?