The Local Implementation Plan (LIP) is a local and borough wide programme of measures and schemes to improve the provision of transport to everyone who lives and works in the borough. It is required by the 1999 Greater London Authority Act to show how the borough will implement the Mayor’s Transport Strategy.
View the first Local Implementation Plan (2007-2010)
It has been developed as a consultation document and to serve three key purposes:
LIP2 outlines how we will implement the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy. The LIP2 covers the same period as the revised Mayors Transport Strategy (up to 20 years) and includes delivery proposals for the period 2011-14.
The LIP2 is also informed by the South London Sub-Regional Transport Plan. It is also in line with our Community Strategy and other relevant policy documents.
LIP2 is also a very important tool which will enable us to strengthen our role in shaping the identity of the borough and supporting the priorities of the community.
A Strategic Environmental Assessment has to be produced for some plans and programmes likely to have an impact on the environment (European Union Directive 2001/42/EC). LIP2 is an example of such a plan.
Our objectives are:
This report is built on the SEA Scoping Report produced by the Council in February 2011.
Updated: 6 November 2014