High Streets for All Challenge

The High Streets for All Challenge is a call from the Mayor of London and the London Assembly for:

local partnerships to bring forward and co-design innovative high street recovery strategies and proposals. Each strategy can address common and local challenges and underpin the public re-imagining of high streets and town centres across London.

What does that mean?

Basically the GLA is looking to aid local communities in their recovery after the pandemic and are offering funding to help boost and regenerate key local High Streets.

You can read more about this here.

Each London Borough will choose one of their High Street to focus on. To help LBHF choose the Wandsworth Bridge Road we are partnering with other local organisations and residents for our bid. So, we want to hear from you!

Time is of the essence!

The deadline to submit our proposals is Monday 17th May, so we want to hear your thoughts ASAP.

Please complete the survey below

Help us understand what is important to YOU – either as a local resident or as a business owner.

This goes beyond the current traffic issues and is looking at long-term ideas to make WBR a vibrant, central, ’15-min Village’.

(be sure to see some sample images / ideas below)

The survey takes about 10 mins to complete. Your input is very important to us.

SAMPLE IDEAS

Streetscape Improvements

Improved street lighting, improved pavements, street recycling bins, etc

Shop Directory Map / Guide

Freestanding map directories of the shops and services on WBR.

Community Noticeboards

For locals to learn and share information with the community

Green-Roof Bus stops

Installing living, bee-friendly plants on all bus stop roofs to help absorb pollution.

Street Markets / Festivals

Annual or twice yearly street closures for Christmas Market or Summer Festival

Mini Parklets / Planters / Greenscreens

Tree and flower planters with wooden seating and cycle parking

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