Elephant & Castle to Crystal Palace Quietway (QW7) Turney Road

Closed 20 Mar 2016

Opened 17 Feb 2016

Results Updated 21 Dec 2016

Response rate: Turney Road 44.2% (212 responses out of 480)

General support % in favour: 38%



What is a Quietway

Quietways are a network of bike routes for less confident cyclists using mainly low-traffic back streets. The routes are not just for current cyclists, but are for people who have always been put off cycling by the thought of sharing the road with high volumes of cars, vans, buses and lorries. Introducing Quietways forms an integral part of the Mayor of London’s vision for cycling and the council’s objective to significantly increase the number of residents using cycling as their preferred mode of transport, particularly for local journeys.

The overall cycle routes in Southwark are shown here.

Have your say

Elephant & Castle to Crystal Palace Quietway (QW7)

Southwark Council is now consulting on proposals to improve the road network not only for cyclists and pedestrians but for all road users. We would like to know your views on the concept proposals.

Falmouth Road to Albany Road This consultation is closed.

Albany Road to Edmund Street via Burgess Park – subject to separate Burgess Park consultation in 2016.

Edmund Street to Champion Hill - This consultation is closed.

Green Dale to Townley Road – no changes proposed.

Calton Avenue - see separate consultation link below

Dulwich Village Junction - see separate consultation link below

Dulwich Wood Avenue and Farquhar Road - see separate consultation link below

What Happens Next

The Dulwich Community Council will be updated on an interim outcome of consultation at its meeting on 15 March. A complete report on the consultation will be discussed at the Community Council meeting in June 2016. Following this a formal decision on the scheme will be taken by the Cabinet Member for Environment and the Public Realm by end of August 2016.

Further information on meeting agendas can be found at www.southwark.gov.uk under Council and Democracy.





  • All residents
  • Everyone who lives, works or visits the borough


  • Transport