Please see below for other associated and relevant reports and news which we are consulting and collaborating with other partners on.
The funding from TfL’s Healthy Streets Fund for Business will be matched by the Aldgate community. We are 1 of 5 successful applicants to win the full tranche of funding available. This fund will be used to purchase waste compactors, wheelie bins and an electric vehicle to manage waste around the market to a micro-consolidation site in order to reduce waste collection traffic and emissions in and around Petticoat Lane Market streets.
The long-term aspiration for this project is to reduce the rubbish on the street making collections more efficient and encourage traders and businesses to be more aware creating a more sustainable market environment.
Do you want help and advice on how to reduce your deliveries or servicing to your office? Are there too many deliveries coming into your post room? Are you looking for cost savings to your servicing?
Transport for London are trying to reduce the traffic, freight and deliveries in central London. This will have a 2 fold effect – reducing traffic and reducing air pollution.
We are hosting a TfL interactive workshop in Aldgate to help the Aldgate business see what simple steps to reduce or retime deliveries, spend less and improve your carbon footprint making air in London cleaner.
Come to this FREE workshop to see how you can implement some changes to operations and find out more here https://tfl.gov.uk/info-for/deliveries-in-london/delivering-efficiently/consolidating-deliveries?intcmp=37938
The Partnership commissioned a report on how the functionality and performance of both Aldgate and Aldgate East stations could be improved. The core objective of this brief is to understand and provide recommendations to improve the under-performance and accessibility of Aldgate and Aldgate East Stations in relation to the wider area in order to enable growth. (more…)
HAVE YOUR SAY! The new Local Plan, called City Plan 2036, sets out the City Corporation’s vision, strategy and objectives for planning for the next 20 years, together with policies that will guide future decisions on planning applications. Once adopted, the new Plan will replace the current City of London Local Plan adopted in January 2015.
The City of London Corporation is also consulting on its very first Transport Strategy. (more…)
The lantern parade and the winter fete on 7 December were huge successes for the Aldgate community. There were at least 400 community members that came together with lanterns for a parade around the streets of Aldgate and finishing in the new Aldgate Square for the lighting of the Christmas tree and some stakeholder stalls. Well done to Aldgate Community Events for organising such a great event. (more…)
On 8th April 2019 the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will arrive in central London to help clean up our toxic air and reduce harmful NOx road transport emissions. Polluting vehicles will be charged when driving in the zone. Find out if you will be affected….
What is it?
The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is a traffic management and emission reduction scheme. It will come into force on 8th April 2019. Initially, ULEZ will operate within the same area as the current Congestion Charge Zone and will be in place in central London. Quick view the ULEZ stakeholder leaflet here
TAP established a Public Realm Steering Group.
With the completion of the Aldgate Square Project, the ongoing Petticoat Lane market area enhancements as well as other major mixed-use developments the time is right for TAP to formally play a leading role in the public realm development agenda in Aldgate requiring a specific forum to discuss local topical public realm matters. This meeting group will have representation from a mixed sector base from both Tower Hamlets and City of London. (more…)
The City of London facilitated a public realm consultation with TAP members and stakeholders.
In February, TAP members, stakeholders and representatives from TfL and London Borough of Tower Hamlets were sitting around a consultation table facilitated by City of London highlighting issues around public realm in Aldgate and Aldgate East. Bad lighting, difficult wayfinding, signalling problems and unsightly derelict buildings came up as problems for Aldgate’s public realm. From this sessions some objectives and next steps were identified. It is our aim to enhance these issues seeing them as opportunities to improve the area’s environment.
The Aldgate Partnership is proud to attach our Aldgate Development Review that we recently commissioned with City of London prepared by Publica. This will serve as a baseline for our public realm work going forward. Alongside consultation, we are developing an action plan to work with our partners to help influence and shape public spaces, improve local issues relating to transport and the environment and the activation of spaces.
This is the City Fringe Opportunity Area and Planning Framework developed under Boris Johnson which situates Aldgate nicely to concentrate on all aspects of public realm and regeneration. The City Fringe is among London’s most significant areas for economic growth, whilst also containing some of the capitals most deprived neighbourhoods. The growth of Tech City represents a massive opportunity for London to establish itself as the tech capital of Europe, whilst fuelling a growth engine that can drive regeneration in inner East London. (more…)