Strand to be redesigned
Still going Dutch
Whipps Cross Roundabout to go
Lea Bridge Road
The Mini-Holland Programme is transforming the borough to make Waltham Forest more cycle and pedestrian friendly as well as creating a better place for you to live, work and enjoy.
As a key route in the borough, we want Lea Bridge Road to be a street for everyone, ensuring residents can get around easily, businesses in the area continue to thrive and it is an attractive place that people want to visit. And with Lea Bridge Station set to reopen in Spring 2016 there will be even more pedestrians and cyclists using this busy thoroughfare making the improvements through the Mini–Holland Programme even more important. As part of this programme major improvements will be made to the area including junctions, bridges and footways, to make the road safer and easier to travel on.
We have already spoken to many local people as part of our survey in March 2015 where we talked to residents, businesses, visitors and cyclists to find out what local people and road users think of the area and the types of improvements they would like to see. The results and comments received from these surveys have helped us to develop the design for the road which can be viewed here.
Lea Bridge Road public consultation
We have sectioned the road into eight areas for the consultation so that people can find out about and have their say on the parts of the scheme that are taking place where they live or work.
Today we have now launched the public consultation for Borough Boundary to Lammas Road (Section A) and Whipps Cross Roundabout (Section H). Please view the plans and comment here.
The consultations for the remaining sections (B, C, D, E, F, G) will take place between September and October this year. Before the consultations begin all households in the consultation areas will be notified with details on how to take part.
If you have any questions relating to the Lea Bridge Road consultation or if you would like more information on the Mini-Holland Programme visit www.enjoywalthamforest.co.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
uk or call 020 8496 3000.
Mini-Holland Engagement Project Manager
Waltham Forest Council
Highways and Infrastructure
Argall Avenue, Leyton, London, E10 7AS
T: 020 8496 1029
Mini-Holland is coming to Waltham Forest