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Local Implementation Plan

Consultation on draft third Local Implementation Plan

The draft third Local Implementation Plan (draft LIP3) outlines the council’s proposed strategy for delivering improvements to the transport system in Barking and Dagenham to 2041. 

The draft LIP contains a range of interventions that we believe will help deliver our Borough Manifesto ambition of growing the borough and to make a lasting difference to those who live, work and do business in the borough.

The council would very much like to know what you think about the draft plan. In particular, we would like to know your thoughts on the proposed LIP objectives; the Delivery Plan and three-year Programme of Investment; and the monitoring arrangements. All comments and suggestions will be considered carefully and will be taken into account in the preparation of the final LIP3 in February 2019.

To send us your views please email your comments to Alternatively you can submit your response via the council’s consultation portal or write to us at:

Draft LIP3 Consultation
Transport Planning and Policy Team
BeFirst Regeneration Ltd.
9th Floor, Maritime House
1 Linton Road
IG11 8HG

The deadline for sending comments is 5pm on Friday 7 December 2018.

Supporting documents

The council has a legal duty to undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) as part of the development of the LIP. As part of this process we have produced an Environmental Report which explains the significant environmental impacts of the draft LIP, the alternatives considered and the mitigation measures proposed.

We welcome any comments you may have on the Environmental Report and these will be taken into consideration in the development of the final LIP.

Draft third Local Implementation Plan (PDF, 5.6MB)

LIP3 Strategic Environmental Assessment (PDF, 4.2MB)

Highways investment programme Toggle accordion

Each year we identify funding to invest into the borough’s roads and pavements, to maintain their condition as far as possible with the limited funding available.

Cabinet has agreed a highway investment for the next 3 years of £9 million for footway and carriageway reconstruction/resurfacing.

Although we repair dangerous potholes, some carriageways are beyond repair due to their age, condition and damage by water. In these cases it’s more cost-effective to resurface the entire carriageway, but this requires major investment. We have to prioritise resurfacing those areas of the highway in the worst condition.

We further prioritise carriageways close to schools.

Highway improvement programme 2017-2020

The roads that are included in the programme are listed here. The programme may be adjusted if circumstances such as severe weather conditions cause other roads to deteriorate rapidly.


Footway reconstruction worksWards
Agnes GardensParsloes
Aiden CloseParsloes
Bonham GardensValence
Bonham RoadValence/Parsloes
Charlecote RoadParsloes
Cornwallis RoadParsloes
Hedgemans WayGoresbrook
Lillechurch RoadMayesbrook
Maxey Road/GardensParsloes
St. Georges RoadParsloes
Carriageway resurfacing worksWards
Beverley RoadParsloes/Heath/Alibon
Boundary Road (off Gascoigne Road)Gascoigne
Cornwallis RoadParsloes
Eliot RoadParsloes
John Burns DriveEastbury
Lindsey RoadBecontree
St. Awdry's RoadAbbey/Gascoigne
St. Georges RoadParsloes
Uphall RoadAbbey
Wivenhoe RoadThames


Footway reconstruction worksWards
Adomar RoadParsloes
Aylmer RoadParsloes
Bentry RoadValence
Connor RoadHeath
Coote RoadHeath
Crabtree AvenueChadwell Heath
Hitherfield RoadValence
Sisley RoadEastbury
Valence CircusParsloes
Valence Wood RoadValence/Parsloes/Heath
Warrington RoadValence
Carriageway resurfacing worksWards
Alderman AvenueThames
Cranleigh GardensAbbey
Craven GardensThames
David RoadValence
Farr AvenueThames
Haydon RoadBecontree/Valence
Howard RoadGascoigne
Lichfield Road (Part)Becontree
Lindisfarne RoadBecontree
Loxford RoadAbbey
Maybury Road (Rear of Law House)Thames
Roxwell RoadThames
Sterry CrescentAlibon
The ShaftesburyGascoigne
Valence Wood RoadValence/Parsloes
Woodshire RoadEastbrook


Footway reconstruction worksWards
Barnmead RoadAlibon/Parsloes
Halbutt Street (Wood Lane to Five Elms)Heath
Lee AvenueChadwell Heath
Mayfair AvenueChadwell Heath
Meadow RoadAlibon
Melbourne GardensChadwell Heath
Morley Road (Barking)Gascoigne
Padnall Road (Part)Chadwell Heath
Raydons GardensParsloes
Singleton RoadAlibon
Terrace WalkParsloes
Carriageway resurfacing works 2019-2020Wards
Blake Avenue (Part)Eastbury
Crouch AvenueThames
Crows RoadAbbey
Curzon CrescentThames
Farmway (Lindsey Rd to Campden Crescent)Becontree
Fuller RoadBecontree
Gregory RoadChadwell Heath
Ivy WalkAlibon
Lower Broad StreetRiver
Margaret Bondfield AvenueEastbury
Morris RoadValence
Norfolk Road (Barking)Eastbury
Sheepcotes RoadChadwell Heath
Singleton RoadAlibon
Stanhope RoadValence/Heath
Tannery CloseHeath
Victoria Road (Barking)Abbey
Waldegrave RoadBecontree
Waverley GardensThames
Westminster GardensThames

Pothole funding Toggle accordion

The council submitted a bid to the Department for Transport and was successful in obtaining additional highways maintenance funding of £188k for potholes.

LBBD Pothole Fund application (PDF, 378.08 KB)

(Appendix A – unpublished)

Appendix B - Joint working with Living Streets (PDF, 84.79 KB)

Appendix C - Response to question B2 (PDF, 128.93 KB)

Appendix D (PDF, 434.32 KB)

Appendix E (PDF, 164.37 KB)

Appendix F (PDF, 709.37 KB)

LBBD Pothole funding bid - London backlog (PDF, 166.57 KB)