24 streets across Richmond lined up for new bike hangars

By The Editor

8th Apr 2021 | Local News

One of the bike hangars installed in January (picture: Jack Fifield)
One of the bike hangars installed in January (picture: Jack Fifield)

The council has unveiled a list of 24 residential streets across Richmond that could soon have new bike hangars installed and is asking residents to have their say on the proposed locations.

In January, six bike hangars were installed in streets across the borough.

A single hangar can safely and securely store up to six bikes and are accessed by people who have signed up to the scheme, paid a yearly £72 membership fee and been given a key.

Residents can have their say via an online survey until April 30. Residents living near the proposed locations will receive letters inviting them to take part in the consultation.

The proposed new locations are:

  • North Richmond - Eversfield Road, Grena Gardens, Selwyn Avenue
  • South Richmond - Kings Road
  • Kew - Maze Road
  • Twickenham Riverside - Amyand Park Road, Arragon Road, Crown Road (outside Crown Court), Richmond Road
  • Hampton Wick - Broom Road, Down Road, Normansfield Avenue
  • Teddington - Christchurch Avenue, Prince's Road
  • West Twickenham – Churchview Road
  • East Sheen - Derby Road, Palmerston Road, St Leonards Road
  • St Margarets & North Twickenham - Hill View Road, Latham Road, Winchester Road
  • Mortlake & Barnes Common - Priests Bridge, Treen Avenue
  • Ham, Petersham & Richmond Riverside - Richmond Hill

Have your say on the proposed locations via the council's survey here.

If you have any further queries on the consultation or if you requirea paper copy of thequestionnaire, [email protected]

     

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