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Marlow Living Streets is a group of volunteer local residents who are passionate about decreasing pollution and traffic congestion in the town.


We want our streets to become safer and healthier, and make Marlow a more sustainable, accessible, and pleasant place to live, work and shop.

  • We will promote the health, societal and economic benefits of walking and cycling short journeys into and across Marlow and surrounding areas
  • Campaign for a default 20mph speed limit on all roads that people live, work, shop and socialise on across Marlow, as endorsed by the UN and the WHO
  • Work proactively with Buckinghamshire Council and our town council to improve air quality in the 'Air Quality Management Zone' in Chapel Street, High Street, Spittal Street & West Street
  • Support Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, 'School Streets' and other people-friendly initiatives
  • Support Marlow schools to promote walking and cycling journeys, and initiatives such as 'park and stride', Modeshift Stars and Next Steps.
  • Campaign for more investment in wider busy pavements, parklets, more public seating, larger networks of segregated cycle lanes and improved cycle parking to make travelling without a car safer, more convenient and a more pleasant experience in and around Marlow.
Children and adults cycling on a road


Marlow Living Streets Local Group is a grassroots organisation. We want to hear from any resident of Marlow or surrounding villages if you have an issue with your street that you think we can help with.