Quietways consultation

We are consulting on two proposed Quietway walking and cycling routes, one route going from Lower Sydenham to Bromley and the other from Kent House to Greenwich.

Both these routes will form part of a London wide network of Quietways and Superhighways being developed jointly by London Boroughs and Transport for London (TfL).  Bromley’s consultation focuses on the routes being proposed on the borough’s streets, the consultation is open until 2 February 2018. 

Quietways are walking and cycling routes that have been identified where traffic is generally quieter, primarily using ‘lightly trafficked back streets’, through parks and alongside waterways and are designed to appeal particularly to new and inexperienced cyclists.

They are designed to provide safe and attractive links to shops, stations, schools, workplaces and destinations throughout London. The Lower Sydenham to Bromley Quietway will upgrade the section of the existing London Cycle Network route 27 between New Beckenham and Bromley town centre. The Greenwich to Kent House route will upgrade a section of the of the existing National Cycle Network Route 21.

The proposed concept designs for the routes are set out in the respective drawing packs.  If you have received a consultation letter as a local resident or key stakeholder and are only interested in a specific part of the route, you can look at the specific in the drawing pack.

Download Lower Sydenham to Bromley consultation drawings pack

Download Greenwich to Kent House consultation drawings pack

Let us know your views

The consultation closed on 2 February 2018 thank you to all those that responded 

Comments will be carefully considered as part of the consultation process, but please note that due to the volume of responses, we are unable to respond to individual residents or organisations that send consultation responses.