Third and final public consultation on The Royal Parks’ Richmond Park Movement Strategy

The Royal Parks’ Movement Strategy was published in February.  As part of the Movement Strategy, they have been running six-month trials in six of the Royal Parks. They want to hear the views of the people who use these parks and have an interest in these trials.

What has happened in Richmond Park?

  • Removed all cut through-traffic on the eastern side of the park
  • Closed the vehicle link between Sheen Gate and Sheen Cross
  • Created new park space on weekends by removing all unauthorised vehicle traffic between Richmond and Roehampton Gates
  • These roads remain open to all park users on foot or cycling
  • Car parks remain open through access from closest gates
  • People who were not using the park, just cutting through it,  have not been able to use these roads in this way

Have you say on these changes by completing the consulatation survey:

http://gmail.us3.list-manage.com/track/click?u=1ad3e10334afaa7a3bf6368e1&id=9db8a14e8c&e=968d9b7727

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