Decision details

Local Implementation Plan (LIP) Annual Spending Submission 2020/21

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: No


The Leader of the Council delegated authority to the Cabinet to make the following decisions:




1.     Approve the Croydon Annual Spending Submission to TfL to release 2020/21 Local Implementation Plan (LIP) funding including the following individual schemes:


1.1     Parking management reviews (£100,000).

1.2     Kenley Healthy Streets project (£52,000)

1.3     Suburban bus accessibility project (£30,000)

1.4     Traffic reduction strategy (£30,000)

1.5     Public realm accessibility improvements (£40,000)

1.6     Public Rights of Way improvements (£30,000)

1.7     Parks and green spaces accessibility (£30,000)

1.8     Pedestrian priority improvement schemes (£200,000)

1.9     Cycle hire scheme development (£20,000)

1.10   Cycle route delivery (500,000)

1.11   Car Club development (£30,000)

1.12   E-mobility and EV charging points (£40,000)

1.13   Cycle training and bikeability (£130,000)

1.14   Healthy Workforce (£15,000)

1.15   Promoting walking and cycling (£40,000)

1.16   Play Streets (£10,000)

1.17   Healthy School Neighbourhoods (£300,000)

1.18   School Travel Plans implementation (£130,000)

1.19   Vision Zero – Safer District Centres & 20mph zones (£200,000)

1.20   Vision Zero – Local Safety Schemes (£125,000)

1.21   Vision Zero – Safer Speeds (£150,000)

1.22   Vision Zero – Safer Behaviours (£150,000)

1.23   Vision Zero – Research and evidence (£10,000)


2.     Note that the following schemes will require further requests or bids to be submitted to TfL to release of additional funding in 2020/21. The available funding amounts won’t be known until after September 2019 and these submissions will be dealt with under the proposed delegation to the Executive Director of Place:


2.1       South London Construction Consolidation Centre - Mayor’s Air Quality Fund (£TBC)

2.2       Reconnecting Old Town - Liveable Neighbourhood Programme (£TBC)

2.3       ‘Principal Road Renewal’ funding totalling (£TBC);

2.4       ‘Bridge Assessment and Strengthening’ funding proposals totalling (£TBC)

2.5       Low Emission Neighbourhood (£TBC)

2.6       Bus Priority Portfolio Delivery (£TBC)


3.     Delegate authority to the Executive Director of Place in consultation with the Acting Cabinet Member for Transport, Regeneration and Environment (Job Share) to make any further amendments to the Annual Spending Submission 2020/21, including submission of the additional bids or requests for funding mentioned at 2.1 to 2.6 above. 

Report author: Shifa Mustafa

Publication date: 27/09/2019

Date of decision: 19/09/2019

Decided at meeting: 19/09/2019 - Cabinet

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