I urge Lambeth council to completely cancel and get rid of low traffic restrictions (LTN) in the Tulse Hill area.
I have spoken to many people who neither want or support this costly idea. LTN has greatly impacted on parcel, food and medicine deliveries, some shops along Upper Tulse Hill have lost trade, visitors driving to see family and friends ( obviously observing current rules on visits) are having a nightmare because many are not familiar with the area with LTN restrictions.
I honestly cannot believe people get a good salary for advising such disruptive measures that just increase inconvenience and frustration to many residents already suffering job losses, financial insecurity and restrictive measures caused by this Covid pandemic.
Where is the logic that people have to drive further to leave or get home caused by LTN ? It’s hardly environmental friendly.
Gareth Gordon-Wilkin, SW2
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