Enfield Council has entered into consultation with residents, businesses and community groups over proposals for the £30 million Cycle Enfield project.
The money from the mayor of London’s Mini Holland fund will go towards the council’s aim of making cycling a more practical choice of transport.
Proposals for the A105 scheme were on display at a Cycle Enfield exhibition at The Fox pub in Palmers Green in July and will be shown at the Palmers Green Festival on 6 September 2015 in Broomfield Park, the Enfield Town Show on 12 and 13 September and at the Civic Centre during the consultation period.
Enfield Council’s cabinet member for environment, Councillor Daniel Anderson, said: “Cycle Enfield isn’t just about cycling. At its heart it is an opportunity to redesign some of our high streets and town centres, making them more accessible, pleasant places to visit – places where people will want to visit more often and stay longer.”
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