We share Streatham residents' concerns about the area’s transport links - and must now come together, make our voices heard and secure a better deal.

Why is Streatham missing out when it comes to better rail links both into and out of our area? What are your priorities for improving buses, roads and cycling? How do you think we can get Streatham better connected so we can help create jobs and boost the local economy?

Our popular town centre has been affected by the recent refurbishment of London Bridge station with a number of services into and out of our stations changed or cancelled, and the disruption set to last until at least 2016. This follows Streatham missing out on a series of transport proposals – including the Bakerloo line extension; Crossrail 2; the Croydon Tramlink and the Cross River Tram.

With the General Election this year, and the London Mayoral elections the year after, we need to be clear on what Streatham needs. There will never be a better time to be united in our calls to the politicians with their hands on the purse strings.

Come to the meeting and have your say

At the meeting you can:

  • Hear about the current state of transport in the area
  • Contribute to our review of local transport services
  • Discuss how we can get Streatham recognised as a major transport hub in south London
  • Sign up to support our call for a better connected Streatham

Meeting to be chaired by Chuka Umunna MP, Member of Parliament for Streatham.

Panel members: Val Shawcross, AM for Lambeth and Southwark, Cllr Jack Hopkins, Cabinet Member for Jobs and Growth and local councillors.

Representatives from Transport for London, Network Rail and Southern Rail have also been invited to sit on the panel.

Come and support our efforts to get Streatham back on the transport map.

How to respond

This consultation ended on Thursday 29 January 2015 and is now closed for responses.