About us

ABOUT BROMLEY LIVING STREETS

Bromley Living Streets is a group of residents in the London Borough of Bromley, campaigning for safer, quieter, low-traffic neighbourhoods which encourage walking and cycling. By getting more people walking and cycling, we can reduce the number of car journeys, reduce air pollution, create healthier communities and attract business and investment into our high streets.

At present, Bromley Living Streets has members in 6 wards in the London Borough of Bromley. Since our first meeting, we have taken our agenda forward through a number of local campaigns in the wards we live in, as well as by working together to engage with Borough-wide organisations and initiatives.

We don’t want to reinvent the wheel, and we recognise that other local people, organisations and bodies are already doing things that are moving Bromley neighbourhoods and communities in the direction we want to travel. In the coming months we will be prioritising making contact with these other groups and identifying effective ways for Bromley Living Streets to complement the work they are already doing

Bromley Living Streets is a Local Group of the National Charity Living Streets founded in 1933 and dedicated to encouraging walking

Bromley Living Streets is a Local Group of the National Charity Living Streets founded in 1933 and dedicated to encouraging walking

OUR VISION:

A Borough where streets are safer, more vibrant, healthier and where walking, cycling & public transport are encouraged for everyday local journeys.

OUR OBJECTIVES

We would aim to meet these by:

  1. Engaging proactively and positively with Bromley Council (councillors and council officers) as part of ‘Building a Better Bromley’  
  2. Organising public events to share information, learn from the experiences of others to maintain momentum and relevance
  3. Developing other appropriate ways to share information and offer advice and support to residents, such as a website and a Bromley Living Streets “Toolkit” document
  4. Building and maintaining effective relationships with other local, national and international stakeholders to ensure our actions and approaches are complementary
  5. Maintaining a social media presenceand building a database of supporters 

Action Plan 2019-20

  1. Identify potential Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
  2. Set up Liaison Meetings with other stakeholders to plan change
  3. Develop our social media and News Links
  4. Develop a  programme of Events starting Spring 2020
  5. Develop a Research Programme to highlight the benefits of LTN
  6. Set up meetings with the Leader of Bromley Council Leader, the CE and other officers to press for change