South Herts Living Streets Group is dedicated to improving walking routes in South Hertfordshire, including part of the London Borough of Barnet that was previously in Hertfordshire.

We focus on walking routes between North London and Hertfordshire, from Apex Corner at Mill Hill and High Barnet Station North towards Borehamwood, South Mimms, North Mymms, Welham Green, Hatfield, Stanborough and Welwyn Garden City.

We also propose an East-West walking route from the Herts/Essex border at Waltham Abbey to Waltham Cross, Cuffley, Northaw, Potters Bar, South Mimms, Ridge and Borehamwood.

We have produced a comprehensive South Herts Walking Campaign Report 2020. This shows a major loss of pavements and safe walking routes since 1970 due to M25 and A1(M) motorway building, earth banks deposited on roadside verges, other obstructions and a lack of pavement maintenance.

You can read here our recent two submissions to the following public consultations:


South Herts Living Streets Group campaigns for:

  • Removing obstructions to walking on pavements, public footpaths and public bridleways and replacing missing bus stops
  • Restoring walking routes that have been lost due to past motorway building, where pavements were planned but never completed.
  • Creating safe, signposted all-season walking routes that link towns, villages and places of work.

Join us today and help us to improve South Hertfordshire for those on foot.

Just so you know, by clicking on the buttons to the right of this text, you're contacting a local volunteer, not the national charity.