Streets for People - Browning Street

Closed 26 Jun 2022

Opened 23 May 2022

Overview

Extended for an additional week until 26th June

Tell us what you think about proposals for creating a more people-friendly Browning Street.

In 2019 local residents told us in a survey that you want  Browning Street to have fewer cars and be an attractive  place to stop and rest, where people feel safe.

In 2020 we introduced a traffic filter on Browning Street to help reduce traffic. This car-free space can now be used for other things by the community.

Based on your previous comments, we have come up with some ideas about how the space could be improved and used, and now we’d like your views.

We hope to make Browning Street:

  • Easier to cross and walk
  • Safer cycling
  • Supports local businesses
  • Everyone feels welcomed and safe
  • Cleaner air

We will use your comments at this initial engagement phase to develop a final proposal which will be presented to local people to comment on through a public consultation.

You can download a plan of the proposed design.

View of the proposed design from Walworth Road:

View of design from Walworth Road, with pedestrians and cyclists

View of the proposed design from Browning Street at the junction of Colworth Grove:

View of the design from Browning Street direction

Events

  • Pop-up session

    From 1 Jun 2022 at 14:00 to 1 Jun 2022 at 16:00

    Speak to a member of the team, paper versions of the survey also available here.

    Location: Browning Street (outside Rude N Boomin cafe)

  • Pop-up session

    From 18 Jun 2022 at 14:00 to 18 Jun 2022 at 16:00

    Speak to a member of the team, paper versions of the survey also available here.

    Location: Browning Street (outside Rude N Boomin cafe)

Areas

  • North Walworth

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Faith groups and organisations
  • Community and voluntary groups
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Other local service providers
  • Businesses
  • Schools

Interests

  • Communities
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Local Economy and Business
  • Planning and Regeneration
  • Transport