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Photo listing: cycle parking (problem)

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Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

There are no cycle storage facilities for residents of the close. The Borough doesn't allow for storage in the communal areas of each block. The properties are small so storage indoors is not an option. I have had to store my bike 8 miles … [more]

I cycle everyday from Greenwich to Waterloo. There is excellent bike storage in other parts around Greenwich, but nothing in maze hill area.

Abbey Wood Road and Blithdale Road are part of the C18 route but have no facilities to lock your bike at any point. In general all the area has no parking facilities at all.

There is some Royal Borough of Greenwich resident parking which is rarely if ever used. It would be an excellent use of this space to add cycle stands, especially the covered type which are lockable (I think a council run key scheme … [more]

There is a private secure cycle storage on the street nearby but this is full & there is a waiting list. More secure cycle storage needed in the area.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Need spaces Infront of public library and close to the shops of Blackheath standard

The Royal Herbert Pavilions gas cycle parking, but it is very over subscribed and more council/TFL backed cycle parking would be great

Near school - Cycle parking for 6 bikes

There are 5 bikes in the property. Can you please arrange a cycle stand which can accommodate 5 bikes

Do you locate bike shelters on the road i.e. a parking bay for bicycles?

Large residential estate of small flats with limit cycle storage options

Located at last! Minimal cycle parking (and toilets) unsigned and nowhere near the Thames Barrier information centre, café and viewpoint.

No sign of official cycle parking - oddly for a site in London, there are no signs for buses, trains or the river pier either - just car parking!

More cycle spaces needed especially once the Crossrail station is complete.

Outside the Vanburgh

Waitrose has a few existing bike stands but constantly full

Wide pavement outside recently opened Sainsbury's with no cycle parking provision

residential area with numerous cycle commuters

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

The customers of nearby shops don't have a parking for their bikes and they often leave tchem on the pathway not secured. it causes hazard for the pedestrians and also stress for the customers who live the bikes unsecured.

Cycle forums suggest parking outside North Greenwich by the bus stops is inadequate and not secure. There is plenty of space under cover round by the taxi rank which would make excellent cycle parking and should be more secure. With the … [more]

Royal Arsenal area has extremely limited cycle parking. Heritage Museum (along Thames path) has none at all.

Charlton Road shopping parade outside Page & Small opticians - this would be well used and can be seen from inside the shop for security

Extra parking for the Greenwich Union/Richard I pubs, plus the Royal Hill shops - or at least clearly signing the parking that's there - would be appreciated.

Nowhere near enough cycle racks or suitable alternatives in central Greenwich. For such a busy place, the current provision is appalling.

A stand or two for the Charlton Church Lane shops would be handy.

Cycle parking at this end of Blackheath and for the Conservertoire is inadequate

The only place to park a cycle on this busy shopping street is in Marks & Spencer's carpark. There is a public car park at the other end of the row of shops that would be a good place for secure cycle parking.

Brand new tescos and lots of new flats and no bike rack. Ideal position.

outside woolwich arsenal station

Gallions Reach shops - Tesco Metro has no cycle parking despite being in an urban village with plentiful cycle paths.

Thamesmead town centre, Morrisons etc has no cycle parking and really needs some.

Mycenae House community centre is almost entirely devoid of cycle stands (covered or otherwise. The Community Centre and adjoining Mycenae Gardens are heavily used by cyclists.

Greenwich Steiner School lacks any cycle stands, covered or otherwise

There is ample space for covered cycle parking ant North Greenwich Station in the area used by taxis - whose presence would provide a measure of security

need more in this area

loads of locations for cycle parking

near pub

near market

Near to pub

near to new hotel

Outside Travel lodge

Near to Blackheath RUFC

Children's playground in Greenwich Park

While there is now plenty of cycle parking near North Greenwich station, it needs to be properly signed and expanded where necessary.

Blackheath Royal Standard - more cycle parking here would be well-used.

Greenwich High Road - Co-op/Sainsburys shopping parade.

Riverside, Charlton - a stand at the Anchor & Hope would be good for Thames Cycle Path users.

Charlton station, Kent-bound platforms - cycle parking would be useful here.

A couple of stands for the park and the new Lido

Harry Perry cycle store, Macbean Street, could do with a stand or two.

Meaningful cycle parking would be useful in Woolwich town centre, especially at either end of Hare Street.

Greenwich Millennium Village - needs more cycle parking at shopping parade.

Charlton Asda - no bike parking

Eltham M&S - no bike parking in car park

Charlton House - lovely place to visit, lacks cycle parking.

Charlton Village - current site by Co-Op is mainly used by street drinkers, a new safer site is needed.

Charlton Road shopping parade - plenty of shops, no bike stands.

Pelton Road/ Banning Street junction - no stands but plenty of bikes regularly parked here for pub and housing.

Charlton macth day cycle parking (at the ground and station) is now getting full. It is best sited a little way away not in harvey Gdns.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital has NO cycle stands. I think it could use about 4 for the public and they should be where they are overlooked - perhaps covered - although no doubt the smokers who perpetuate that area would spill into it.

There are stands there, but not enough. It would be nice if they were covered/nearer to the entrance where they can be seen.

There are a few stands here but they are full to overflowing. One cannot carry loads of shopping from M&S very far. It is ironic that the picture I found of M&S is almost obscured by the car...

2 stands

there's no parking at all at Westcombe Park station for bikes despite a car park on the north side of the line. Bike parking should be on the south side (line towards London central) to be useful as bike parking on the north side means … [more]

5000-6000 spaces for o2 arena, north greenwich interchange- major hub could be multi storey?

Existing parking always full. Need at least double the spaces.

5 stands would be handy, I could find no bike parking and the staff at the observatory are feirce if you try locking it to the fence.

Cycles UK is a new bike shop on Creek Road. The pavement is very wide. 6-8 Sheffield stands would be very useful here, and would help protect the shop against ram raids.

outside the station there is no parking, just railings. There are a couple of cycle hoops but not enough. A lot of people social services, Bedford house, and can't lock up their bikes.

there are 2 racks here- full when I tried to use them. But plenty of room for more

while there are already quite a few locations with bike racks in Greenwich, there are nowhere near enough to meet demand.

The centre of Greenwich, London, SE10 needs more bike parking facilities - what little there is is oversubscribed

large open space near cutty sark ship- plenty of room for some parking

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