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A big part of this project is to improve the look and feel of the neighbourhood to create a better and safer environment for the community to enjoy. We are proposing both environmental and traffic management improvements.
Our proposals aim to create a more attractive environment for those walking and cycling:
We are proposing two new parklets (a small seating area with green space and planting on the pavement) in the surroundings within the Brick Lane and Hanbury Street junction. The parklets will require the relocation of one parking space which will be moved to surrounding roads. Details of the parking relocation will be found on the online parking map (talk.towerhamlets.gov.uk/LSBrickLane).
Road safety improvements
Hanbury Street is a key walking and cycling route for the area. It provides an alternative to the main road and is used by the local community and visitors to get to Brick Lane and Commercial road. Currently over 500 cyclists use this every day and it will become an even busier route once the Crossrail station opens at Whitechapel. To improve the road safety along the route we are proposing the:
There will be no overall parking loss through these changes as parking spaces will be relocated to the surrounding roads.
Traffic calming measures
Traffic counts show that many residential roads experience high levels of motor vehicle traffic every day. Residential streets like Deal Street currently have more than 4,100 vehicles using them every day. A high percentage of these are non-residents cutting through your area leading to noise, air pollution and road safety issues. We are proposing:
This would be to:
Safe cycle storage and parking
To help encourage more local residents to cycle we are proposing a number of improvements:
Read more about the proposals below, and have your say by filling in the SURVEY before 11:59pm on Wednesday 14 April 2021.