The Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy sets out his vision for London for the next 23 years. All London boroughs are required to produce a Local Implementation Plan (LIP) to show how they will help to deliver the Mayor's strategy locally alongside their own priorities.
Our Transport Plan aims to transform transport and mobility in Enfield to allow people to travel and goods to be transported in a healthy and sustainable way.
Our priorities are to:
Our transport objectives are to:
Our directional signage policy provides information about making signs easy to understand.
To avoid clutter and build-up, signs should be used sparingly.
Road traffic vehicle emission rules allow local authorities in England to issue fixed penalty notices to drivers who let their vehicles run unnecessarily while stationary on the road.
As part of a wider Mayor’s Air Quality Fund project, we have undertaken anti-idling activities for several years. This involves four anti-idling action days every year at various locations, including level crossings, major junctions and outside schools. On these days drivers of idling vehicles are encouraged to switch off their engines. We also provide information on the negative impacts of idling on air quality.
We will work with our partners to promote the efficient and sustainable movement of freight by road, rail and water by:
We assess planning applications to see how much the proposed scheme:
Before submitting a planning application, you should make sure your proposal meets our aims to:
For general planning application guidance, see our planning application process.
Following our proposal of July 2020 to replace the existing lockable barrier with a system of camera control in Ladysmith Road, we received several information requests from residents of Ladysmith Road and others.
For more information, view the Ladysmith Road barrier freedom of information (FOI) pack (PDF).