London hospital trust to pay £250k to install LTN for public health benefits

Guy’s and St Thomas’ charity will fund low-traffic neighbourhood to tackle air pollution and obesity in Lambeth and Southwark

The health and social benefits of reducing motor traffic are so substantial that a hospital charity is paying to install temporary low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) measures in a London borough.

Southwark council will be given £250,000 by the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charitable Trust to install planters and removable bollards in three areas.

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