St Peter's people-friendly streets trial
Tell us what you think about people-friendly streets in St Peter’s
This consultation has ended
|Start date||13 September 2021|
|End date||11 October 2021|
In July 2020, Islington Council introduced the St Peter's low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) trial to make the streets cleaner, greener, and healthier for all. We installed bollards and traffic cameras to reduce traffic and road danger and create more space for walking, cycling and wheelchairs, while allowing emergency vehicles and buses through.
The trial aimed:
- To make it easier and safer to walk and cycle
- To clean up the air we breathe and protect and improve the environment
- To reduce road danger, eliminate all deaths and serious injuries
We consulted on the St Peter's people-friendly streets programme from 13 September 2021 - 11 October 2021. Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback.
Key finding from pre-consultation engagement
We have now published our pre-consultation engagement results report for the St Peter's PFS trial. This report includes all feedback up until the public consultation (13 September 2021 - 11 October 2021) from Commonplace, and Trial feedback surveys, email correspondence, formal objections and stakeholder meetings.
- 839 Commonplace comments
- 396 emails
- 555 Trial feedback surveys
- 1,489 consultation questionnaires
Top 3 problems
- 36% - Volume of traffic
- 30% - Traffic rat running
- 29% - Fast traffic
Top 3 ways to make it better
- 24% - Slow down traffic
- 24% - Road closure except for cycles and buses
- 21% - More space for walking
Trial feedback survey (percentage of respondents)
Top 3 things people like about the trial
- 31% - reduces traffic
- 25% - the area is more pleasant
- 24% - reduces air pollution
Top 3 things people dislike about the trial?
- 54% - more traffic on main roads
- 37% - I wasn't ask for my views
- 37% - car trips inconvenient
* The Commonplace figures refer to comments received before the trial was advertised. The figures provided for Commonplace and trial feedback surveys are for the percentage of respondents. The Commonplace platform was open between May 2020 and March 2021, the trial feedback survey was open between March 2021 and September 2021.
Key findings from the public consultation
We have also published our independently written consultation report for the St Peter's PFS trial. This report includes feedback received through the public consultation (13 September 2021 - 11 October 2021).
- 50% said it is easier to cross the street - 19% disagreed
- 49% said the streets look nicer - 20% disagreed
- 48% said the air is cleaner - 18% disagreed
- 47% said there is less noise from traffic - 23% disagreed
- 40% said they spend more time in the area - 20% disagreed
- 46% said it is easier to walk and cycle for short trips - 19% disagreed
- 46% said they felt safer on the streets during the day - 25% disagreed
- 37% said they felt safer on the streets at night - 34% disagreed
- 57% of participants have a car, versus 29% of households in Islington
- 27% of participants who have cars say they walk and cycle for shorter trips instead of driving
- 18% of participants mentioned LTNs increasing traffic on boundary roads
For more information on the consultation results and next steps for the St Peter's people-friendly streets neighbourhood, please visit our dedicated page.