The City of London Complete Streets Design Manual is intended to guide street design in order for London streets to meet the needs of a wide range of users, as defined by the London Plan place types and street classifications. The Complete Streets Design Manual is used by a number of stakeholders, as follows:
- Developers use the Complete Streets Design Manual to ensure complete street principles are incorporated into new development sites and subdivisions.
- The City uses the Complete Streets Design Manual to plan, prioritize, and conceptualize projects to ensure London’s streets are designed and upgraded to be more “complete”.
- Consultants use the Complete Streets Design Manual during design and implementation of municipal projects to balance the modal priorities, project objectives, and input from stakeholders.
The “Complete Streets Audit Tool”, linked below, is used to evaluate and visualize the ‘completeness’ of a street in its existing condition. It can also be used to evaluate a proposed design for a street.