FOI request detail

Will Norman and Val Shawcross Meeting

Request ID: FOI-0819-1718
Date published: 02 August 2017

You asked

Please provide a copy of the minutes (or any other form of notes) taken during the meeting between Will Norman (cycling & walking commissioner) and Val Shawcross (Deputy Mayor) with London Borough of Enfield councillors to discuss the Mini Holland (Cycle Enfield) scheme on Friday 30th June 2017.

We answered

TfL Ref: FOI-0819-1718


Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 5 July 2017 asking for information about meeting minutes.


Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy. I can confirm we hold some of the information you require.


We do not hold any minutes from this meeting but the following notes were taken:


  1. GLA to provide public assurance that Enfield’s mini-Holland funding would be spent on cycling and walking schemes elsewhere if not in Enfield, to ward off criticism that it should be spent on other things within the borough. This point could be made in a letter from Val/Will N to Cllr Taylor, a press release about the meeting on Friday or an interview with Will N in the Enfield borough magazine. To be discussed with Enfield officers.


  1. Will N to meet with Enfield officers to determine what funding would be required each month to commence the A1010 scheme this year. Consideration to be given to what arrangements could be made to allow the scheme to commence.


  1. Val to follow up with TfL buses on how Enfield officers can have a more strategic discussion of bus routes in the borough.


  1. GLA to send TfL letter to Cllr Pike on average speed cameras to Enfield officers.


  1. TfL to consider use of average speed cameras on the A10 and A406 as part of its Vision Zero road danger reduction work.


  1. Will N to flag Enfield’s interest in seconding cycling resource from TfL with Graham Nash.


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Yours sincerely


Lee Hill

Senior FOI Case Officer


FOI Case Management Team

General Counsel

Transport for London


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