Low Traffic Neighbourhoods in Bromley

Bromley Living Streets promotes walking and campaigns for safer, quieter, low-traffic neighbourhoods.

We believe that by getting more adults & children walking, cycling and using public transport, we can cut the number of car journeys, reduce air pollution, tackle obesity, create healthier communities and attract business & investment into our High Streets throughout the Borough.


– Introduction – Dr Brendan Donegan (Chair of Bromley Living Streets)

– Cllr Will Harmer & Alexander Baldwin-Smith (Bromley Council) – current policy in Bromley Borough

– Catherine Maguire (Clean Air Parents Network) – air pollution and the adverse effects on children

– Jeremy Leach (Living Streets London) – Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and the work of the Living Streets London charity

– Annie Miller (Sustrans) Shortlands Liveable Neighbourhood – an update

– Questions & Next Steps.

This event is aimed at MPs & Councillors, Residents & Businesses, Teachers & Parents, Health Professionals, Walkers & Cyclists.


For further information please email: Bromleygroup@livingstreets.org.uk

Web: https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/get-involved/take-action-in-your-area/local-groups/bromley

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Frequent Buses to Bromley Town Centre from all parts of the Borough


Bike Racks immediately opposite Entrance to the Library