Pimlico Mums say no to new bridge from St George's Square

Michael Mosbacher
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As a parent, guardian or carer of children in Pimlico we strongly believe that the proposed Nine Elms to Pimlico bridge should not be positioned at St George’s Square /Pimlico Gardens. According to Transport for London 18,000 pedestrians and cyclists will use the bridge daily. This will greatly affect the tranquillity of St George’s Square, Pimlico’s only public green space in which children can play and run around. New infrastructure to keep cyclists safe is already being built nearby – the cycle superhighway crossing Vauxhall Bridge.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Oct 09, 2015
    Oct 09, 2015
    This will ruin our local community.
  • Elizabeth Jane Pegram
    Elizabeth Jane Pegram United Kingdom, London
    Aug 08, 2015
    Aug 08, 2015
    Bound to create congestion in neighbouring streets and disturbance for local residents, including the nursing home in St. George's Square and risks and inconvenience to children attending the Pimlico Academy and Primary School and their parents. With dedicated cycles lanes already being constructed on Vauxhall and Chelsea Bridges I see no need for an extra one.
  • Anne Dunhill
    Anne Dunhill United Kingdom, London
    Aug 03, 2015
    Aug 03, 2015
    Terrible waste of public money
  • Victoria Woodman
    Victoria Woodman United Kingdom, Grays
    Aug 03, 2015
    Aug 03, 2015
    As a Pimlico resident and mother, I feel this would be a huge loss to our community. There is very little green space for our little ones to run around in and St George's Square offers a safe environment for them to explore. It is also a great meeting point for mothers, babies , children and families, every day of the week all year round.
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