Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


Thanks to Barnet's OFFICIAL policy of "Roads, roads, roads and roads", consultations like this in NORTH London are a bit thin on the ground...

Link to Transport for London

"London is growing and its population is expected to exceed 10 million by 2030. This will create more demand for public transport across London. Whilst we are already investing billions of pounds, further investment is required.

"Growth in southeast London is forecasted in areas such as Lewisham, Catford, New Cross and the Old Kent Road. It will also occur in parts of outer London such as Bromley.

"In southeast London, public transport is also crowded in places and many of the roads are congested. Predicted population growth will further increase the pressure on the area’s rail and road networks.

"To address these issues, we are considering options for extending the Bakerloo line into southeast London from its current end point at Elephant & Castle." [Extending London Overground from New Cross is also being considered.]

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