Petition update

Some Progress to Report!!

Give us back our cycle path!
London, ENG, United Kingdom

Feb 15, 2017 — With your great support the campaign has now surpassed 1,500 signatures. There has been overwhelming support from many local community leaders, community groups and widespread coverage in the local media.

In late January 2017, our petition representatives met with Colin Buttery and Ray Brodie, from the Royal Parks (TRP) management, to present the petition at the 1,500 supporter milestone, and to discuss the way forward.

The meeting was constructive and provided a good opportunity to discuss all positions and views.

In short, TRP management outlined plans to review the path condition with a view to assessing and implementing any changes required for the path to be re-instated as a ‘shared path’ - accessible to all users. The work is already in progress and will hopefully be completed over the next few months.

We will keep you informed of progress.

The Save Our Shared Path (SOS-P) Campaign Team

Twitter @Dukesheadbushy


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