Action Needed: Brownhill and Torridon Junction

Works to install a pedestrian crossing at the Brownhill and Torridon junction were due to start in April, and have now fallen victim to TFL’s broad and necessary budget cuts.

The works will be reviewed in the autumn along with all the other works postpone across London.

Local resident Paul Howarth has Lewishamlaunched a campaign to lobby Len Duvall and TFL to keep the new crossing near the top oof its schedule of works.

HOWEVER, the crossing was previously designated ‘a non-urgent priority’ and needed the intervention of Vicky Foxcroft MP to be brought forward which still took 2 years.

Here is what was promised:

The HGCA joins with Paul in his call to ask Hither Green and Catford residents and  organisations both sides of the South Circular, to write/call/ email our representatives to press for this work to be rescheduled in the autumn.

We also ask residents to nominate the crossing on Lewisham’s Covid ‘ Suggest a scheme’ transport consultation map. While it is a TFL road, Lewisham Highways will take notice if there is considerable local pressure.

Making Contact with our Representatives

* Damien Egan – Executive Mayor of Lewisham Twitter @damienegan
Address: Damien Egan, Laurence House, 1 Catford Rd, Catford, London SE6 4RU

* Vicky Foxcroft MP – Lewisham and Deptford
Twitter @vickyfoxcroft

* Janet Daby MP – Lewisham East
Twitter @JanetDaby

* Len Duvall – London Assembly Member for Greenwich and Lewisham.
Twitter @Len_Duvall
Address. Len Duvall, City Hall, 110 Queen ‘s Walk, London SE1 2AA. Email *

* Heidi Alexander, former MP for Lewisham East and now Deputy Chair of TFL heidi.

To contact TFL

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