Croydon Healthy Neighbourhoods (CHN)



Why are we doing this?

The council is asking for views on plans to improve five Croydon Healthy Neighbourhoods set up to make local streets quieter, safer and healthier.

Croydon introduced these temporary schemes last year in response to government calls for councils to encourage walking and cycling using road closures, and as part of the long-term response to the borough’s climate emergency declaration.

Having listened to residents’ feedback, the council is launching five surveys 16 June until 14 July on proposed changes to five Healthy Neighbourhood schemes in Broad Green and Addiscombe.

The changes aim to keep these schemes’ benefits while improving access for local people. The proposals are to extend four of the five schemes for up to 18 months on an experimental basis with some changes following resident feedback. The council is consulting on making a fifth scheme permanent.

What do we want to know?
What we found out
What difference has it made?
Location:  Broad Green Ward, Fairfield Ward, Addiscombe West Ward, Woodside Ward, Addiscombe East Ward
Project start date01 June 2021
Report availableDue 31 October 2021
Reference year2021
Methods Questionnaire - Postal, Questionnaire - Online
Who can take part? All - everyone invited to take part
Topic Area Environment, Health and social care, Parking, streets and transport, Planning and regeneration