Local Implementation Plan
Each London borough must have a plan which sets out how it will develop its transport network to support the Mayor of London in achieving his transport objectives for the capital.
This plan is known as the Local Implementation Plan (LIP).
Following the publication of the new Mayor of London's transport strategy in May 2010, we drafted a new twenty year transport strategy - the Hounslow Local Implementation Plan for Transport (2011-2031). The document was formally approved in January 2012.
The strategy is made up of three sections:
1. Borough transport objectives
Sets out the high level objectives we are seeking to achieve as the transport infrastructure is developed. It also summarises a number of initiatives currently being progressed regionally by Transport for London or by the national government that will impact on the council’s ability to achieve these objectives.
2. Delivery plan
Sets out in more detail how we propose to develop our transport infrastructure, or deliver training or promotional schemes, to achieve these objectives. Our original strategy included an indicative three year 'Programme of Investment', setting out the available funding for the borough to implement schemes. Transport schemes are often inherently complicated to implement and this indicative programme has changed over time. Our latest programme was approved by the cabinet member for transport on 1 October 2012 and is available to view below:
Please note: changes to the delivery plan as set out above.
3. Performance monitoring plan
Sets out a range
of indicators that we will be monitoring to see whether we are moving towards achieving the borough transport objectives.
Hounslow LIP 2011-2031
Equalities Impact Assessment (EqIA)
Strategic Environmental Assessment
Scoping Report: Hounslow SEA Scoping Report for LIP II ( PDF Help, size 3417kb)
Full Environment Report:
All enquiries should be directed to:
Head of Transport
London Borough of Hounslow
Tel 020 8583 5215
Fax 020 8583 5233