Wandsworth Living Street – Report on meeting 19th January

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Dear Friends in Wandsworth Living Streets
We had a most interesting open meeting last Wednesday, 19 January. Attached are 2 documents for you.

  1. Notes of the Meeting (in particular, an Update since the previous meeting; and Business matters);
  2. and secondly, a summary of Jeremy Leach’s presentation to us on Slower Speeds and More Liveable Town Centres in London.

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Please note in your diaries that our next Full Meeting will be on:

Tuesday, 19 April, at the Alma Pub (the upstairs function room),

7.15 for a 7.30pm start.


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Secretary, Wandsworth Living Streets.
Winner of the 20’s Plenty for Us 2017 Campaigner of the Year award have steadfastly campaigned for 20mph limits in the London Borough of Wandsworth for many years. The campaign evolved to include lower speed limits in a wider programme of improving the quality of life in Wandsworth and reducing road danger.
Robert passed away on the 31st January 2022.