Notices & consultations

Taxi and Private Hire notices

Consultations

Below is the latest consultation information.

Social distancing and Streetspace for London schemes

To help with social distancing requirements some changes are being considered or have already been introduced. Details of how you can comment on these are listed below.

City of London streets

The Corporation of London is making temporary changes to some streets in the City of London. Details of the changes and a survey you can complete to let the Corporation know what you think of these are available on their website.

Electric vehicle charging points

Hammersmith & Fulham, and Westminster councils are inviting comments on where changing points should be in their boroughs.

Low traffic neighbourhood and liveable streets

Tower Hamlets is inviting comments on its liveable streets schemes.

Vigo Street

Westiminster Council is consulting on changes around Sackville and Vigo Street. The proposals include changes to the taxi rank in Vigo Street.

Regulation of pedicabs in central London

If you think there should be greater regulation of pedicabs in central London, then you can express this by supporting the proposals set out in a new bill.

Haringey draft Walking and Cycling Action Plan

Haringey Council is consulting on a draft Walking and Cycling Action Plan. The draft plan contains
information on low traffic neighbourhoods and you have until Monday 10 January to respond to the
consultation.

Cycling and walking changes

We are consulting on changes between Chelsea Bridge and Wandsworth town centre to help people cycle and walk. You have until Friday 10 December to let us know what you think about the changes.

Oxford Circus

Comments are currently being invited on proposed changes around Oxford Street and Westminster Council has published an experimental traffic order, listing changes that will be trialled as part of the Oxford Circus project.

Other consultations

Find out more about other current TfL consultations on our digital engagement hub Have Your Say.