I’m fighting to save my Greenwich LTN. It’s how a city should be -standard.co.uk
Greenwich is at the Eastern edge of the bowl that forms London. It’s one of our oldest towns, is home to the Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Naval College and the Royal Observatory and thriving markets. It is a beautiful place. However, much of London’s pollution flows our way on the wind – we are, as they say, at the “arse end of the whale”. On winter mornings you can see the smog lying below the hill and across to the City. That’s the reason the West Greenwich Low Traffic Neighbourhood has been such a breath of fresh air: we no longer have traffic adding to that smog.