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Local Implementation Plan downloads

The LIP is a large document consisting of 584 pages and can be downloaded chapter-by-chapter from the links below. It has not been possible to provide the LIP online as a single file.

All sections are provided in PDF format, however, some of these are still very large files because of the inclusion of maps and photographs.

Three separate documents produced by the Council are related to the LIP and are summarised in Chapters 6 to 8 of the document.

These are the:

  • Annual Road Safety Plan (2005/06)
  • Parking and Enforcement Plan (December 2005)
  • School Travel Plan Strategy (March 2006)

A break down of the contents of each chapter of the LIP is given below:

  • Chapter 1 - Land use and socio-economic context
    • Land-use and development patterns
    • Population and socio-economic features
    • Development Opportunities
    • Impact of regeneration in Thames Gateway London region
    • The Local Strategic Partnership and Community Strategy
    • Local Development Framework
  • Chapter 2- The local transport context
    • Transport demand
    • Car ownership
    • Commuting
    • Other travel patterns
  • Chapter 3 - Bexley's transport strategy and policies
    • Introduction
    • Bexley's vision for transport
    • National policy context
    • Regional policy
    • Mayor of London's transport strategy
    • Fostering sustainable regeneration in Thames Gateway
    • Overall objectives of the borough transport strategy
    • Towards a more sustainable transport system
      • Walking
      • Cycling strategy
      • Public transport strategy
      • Travel awareness and travel plans
      • Air quality
      • Roads capacity policy
      • Road traffic reduction
      • Road safety
      • Freight strategy
      • Parking restraint
      • Access to places of attraction and cultural activities
      • Community transport
      • Accessible transport and social Inclusion
    • Community safety strategy
    • Community participation and consultation
    • Chapter summary
  • Chapter 4 - Equality impact assessment
    • Introduction
    • The Council's commitment to equality
    • Policy statements
    • The assessment approach
    • EQIA of the Local Implementation Plan
    • Service aims and functions
    • Equality issues considered
    • Consultation
    • Monitoring
    • Mitigation of adverse impact
    • Training
    • Screening of impact assessment
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 5 - Bexley's proposals
    • Introduction
    • Improving road safety
      • Local safety schemes
      • Safety around schools
      • 20mph zones
      • School travel plans
      • Parking around schools
      • Road safety education, training and publicity
    • Improving bus use
      • Support for LBPN partnership
      • Bus lane enforcement
      • Other enforcement issues
    • Relieving traffic congestion
      • Journey time reliability
      • Reduction of road traffic volumes
      • Modal shift: Travel awareness and travel plans
      • Modal Shift: Improving public transport facilities
    • Improving parking and loading arrangements
      • Car parking
      • Motorcycle parking
      • Coach parking
      • Freight movement
    • Improving accessibility and social inclusion
      • Local accessibility
      • Bus stop accessibility
      • Safety and security
      • Community transport and accessible transport
    • Encouraging walking
    • Encouraging cycling
    • Bringing transport infrastructure to a state of good repair
      • Asset management plan
      • Street management plan
      • Street lighting
      • Bridge strengthening and maintenance
    • Other major transport infrastructure improvement
      • Bexley bypass
    • Regeneration area scheme
      • Thames Road Improvement - A progress report
      • Kennett Road Industrial Estate
      • Erith Regeneration Project
      • Belvedere Area Development
    • Other measures related to MTS proposals
      • Air quality
      • Traffic noise
      • Town centres
      • Streets-for-people and area-based schemes
      • Parallel initiatives
    • Bexley's proposals and TfL's MTS matrix
    • Strategic environmental assessment statement summary
  • Chapter 6 - Road safety play
    • Introduction
    • Policies and targets
    • Review of progress
    • The Action Plan for 2004/05
    • Resources and spending plan
    • Monitoring
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 7 - Parking and Enforcement Plan
    • Purpose of the plan
    • Structure of the plan
    • The legal and institutional context
    • Bexley's parking strategy and policies
    • Parking provision in Bexley
    • Parking charges and income
    • Consultation
    • Parking enforcement
    • Action Pan
    • Implementation and monitoring
  • Chapter 8 - School travel plan strategy
    • Introduction: Policy content
    • Objectives and targets
    • Study approach
    • School travel plans
    • School travel plan schemes programme
    • Funding
    • Monitoring and review
    • Other initiatives and campaigns
  • Chapter 9 - Performance measures
    • Background
    • Performance indicators related to Mayor's transport strategy
    • Bexley's approach to evaluation of performance
  • Chapter 10 - Consultation
    • Bexley's Approach to consultation
    • Consultation on the draft LIP
    • Summary of consultation feedback
    • Responses from neighbouring boroughs, other LAs, external agencies and pressure groups
    • Summary of consultation response from Transport for London
    • List of consultees
    • Consultation questionnaire
  • Chapter 11 - Borough core capacity statement
    • Corporate strength: A 'four star Council'
    • Bexley's statement on Working Together
    • Higher executive and policy-making functions
    • LIP programme management
    • Systems and controls
  • Chapter 12 - Funding implications
    • Funding sources and LIP funding
    • External Funding Strategy
    • Risk assessment
  • Appendices
    1. Summary of responses to MTS policies and proposals
    2. Detailed transport policies in Bexley's UDP
    3. Policy statements of commitment to equality
    4. Cycling action plan
    5. Strategic environmental assessment statement
    6. TGLP common statement
    7. Acronyms and glossary
    8. LIP contact details

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