Managing traffic and transport
Apply for a licence to carry out a Mobile Lifting Operation on the public highway
Apply for a Temporary Traffic Order using our online application form
Search for Traffic Management Orders.
Advice for builders on licences and site layout to minimise the impact on the highway.
Builders working on the highway need related permits and licences in place before they start work.
Find out where you can charge your electric vehicle in the borough.
Information about public transport which serves the borough including London Underground, trains, new rail lines, buses and river travel.
Information about the updated Local Implementation Plan which supports the Transport Strategy published by the Mayor of London.
Policies and plans relating to transport and highways including the core strategy.
Information on managing traffic in the borough including initiatives to encourage active and sustainable modes of travel.
How we work with local schools and businesses to reduce traffic, improve air quality and encourage healthier ways to get around.
Information on the car club schemes happening independently in the borough
Information about mobile lifting operation licences including costs, how to apply and separate applications for parking suspensions.
Information about temporary traffic orders including costs, conditions and how to apply.
Information on the Golborne Road consultation for improvements to the road including files for download which detail the progress of works.
Information about Crossrail 1 and a station at Kensal
Information about traffic orders including a search tool for recent and under consultation orders.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's Third Local Implementation Plan
Consultation on Improvements to Ladbroke Grove
What to consider when carrying out works in the borough.
Information on plans for a borough-wide 20 mph speed limit as part of our Covid-19 response Active Travel Plan.
Read about the extensive improvements we are making to Sloane Street.
The Council is proposing to improve pedestrian facilities at the following three traffic signal-controlled junctions