Issue details

A new Westminster kerbside management hierarchy

To take account of the need to ensure that the kerbside of the Westminster Highway network is better managed to suit the 21st Century demands of residents, businesses and visitors a new kerbside management hierarchy is recommended for future adoption in respect to all future parking, loading and waiting, traffic management and public realm schemes implemented on the street. The emphasis will be on the creation of calmer residential streets where residents find it easier to walk and cycle around their neighbourhoods, the redesign of our High Streets to ensure that deliveries are easier made and shoppers can better access such areas on foot, by cycle, by bus and by car and then there is the need to ensure that certain strategic corridor routes are better managed for the through and safe passage of vehicles that need to travel through Westminster.

Decision type: Non-Key

Decision status: For Determination

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 06/03/2019

Decision due: April 2019 by Cabinet Member for Environment and City Management

Lead director: Executive Director City Management and Communities

Contact: Hugh Brennan, Principal Transport Planner Email:

List Documents for Submission: Cabinet Member Decision Report with Appendices