We want your views on our plans to install cycle storage on some estates in the borough. Share your views with us by completing our survey. The consultation runs from 29 November to 15 December 2019. Have your say now.

Why are we proposing to install cycle storage on some estates in the borough?

We have identified that residents are keeping bikes on communal landings. This is an identified fire risk, and we therefore need to provide facilities for residents to keep bikes away from communal landings.

It is also Council policy to promote sustainable forms of transport and cycling is one of them.

We want to contribute towards improved air quality and healthy lifestyles by encouraging people to use bicycles.

We have been awarded Cooperative Local Investment Plan (CLIP) funding to install cycle storage on estates.

The estates outlined below have been identified through Estate Action Plans for the installation of cycle storage. Estate Action plans are agreed priorities for estates,developed in consultation with residents, elected members and Tenants and Residents Associations.

We are consulting on options for installing cycle storage on the following estates.
* China Walk (new)
* Clapham Manor Estate
* Lothian Road Estate
* Nelson's Row Estate
* Notre Dame Estate
* Springfield Estate
* Willard Estate
* William Bonney Estate
* William Brown Court
* Woodvale Estate
* York Hill Estate

The options available are:

image of breadbin bike hangar Option 1 - Breadbin hangar - cost £42 per year for one space holding one bicycle
image of Cambridge cycle shelter
Option 2 - Cambridge cycle shelter - free of charge
image of street pod Option 3 - Street pod - free of charge

We will consider your views and practicalities such as what type of storage will fit into the spaces available on your estate.

Lambeth Housing has sent letters to affected residents to let them know about the proposals to install bike storage on some estates and how they can have their say.

How to respond

This consultation ended on Sunday 15 December 2019 and is now closed for responses.