Proposed walking and cycling designs in Burntwood Lane

Closed 15 Jan 2023

Opened 5 Dec 2022


Wandsworth Council is looking to improve the walking and cycling environment along Burntwood Lane.

The latest design standards have been used to assess the existing condition of Burntwood Lane for walking and cycling and determine the design changes needed.

Click here to view the two design options proposed

For the majority of residents, walking and cycling are essential forms of transport to get to work, school, the shops, and to visit friends and family and access public transport.  Making walking (including where using a wheelchair or buggy) and cycling in Wandsworth enjoyable, attractive and safe for all is a key objective for the Council.

As well as improving routes to schools and colleges in the area, the scheme is anticipated to bring economic benefits to local businesses through improved walking and cycling connectivity between Trinity Road and Garratt Lane. Improved walking and cycling facilities are also linked to reduced traffic volumes in the long term.

The scheme has the following objectives:

  • Improve road safety by reducing speed and the number and severity of collisions
  • Improve the quality of existing cycle facilities and provide new facilities where possible
  • Improve pedestrian priority and accessibility, including making it easier to cross the road and access schools

You can view the timeline for the scheme on our dedicated webpage for this scheme here

Have your say

Please give us your views using the online survey below. Depending on the responses, we may either introduce one of the two designs as proposed, introduce a revised version of one of the designs or withdraw the proposal.

If you require a paper copy of the survey or a different language/format, please contact Paper copies of the designs are also on display at Earlsfield Library.

If you would like more information about the proposal and designs, there will be drop-in sessions taking place at Earlsfield Library:

  • Thursday 15th Dec, between 2pm - 7pm
  • Saturday 17th Dec, between 11am - 2pm

Address: 276 Magdalen Road, London SW18 3NY

What happens next

All feedback will be fully considered once the consultation has closed. If supported, the Council would implement the improvements in Autumn and Winter 2023.


  • Burntwood Lane Proposal Drop-in Session 1

    From 15 Dec 2022 at 14:00 to 15 Dec 2022 at 17:00

    Information about proposed designs at Earlsfield Library

    Address: 276 Magdalen Road, London SW18 3NY

  • Burntwood Lane Proposal Drop-in Session 2

    From 17 Dec 2022 at 11:00 to 17 Dec 2022 at 14:00

    Information about proposed designs at Earlsfield Library

    Address: 276 Magdalen Road, London SW18 3NY



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