15 Minute Cities & Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs)

We live in a country where our core civil liberties are coming under pressure. Across the UK councils are introducing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and 15 minute cities.

Oxford already have plans in place to divide the city into 6 sectors. Under the new rules, due to be implemented in 2025 you will have alimited amount of credits to drive from your sector into other sectors. After you have completed that volume of trips (currently 100 per year) you will be fined for subsequent journeys.

The vision that councils across the country have for us is that we will have everything we need within a 15 minute walk from your home. Not, everything you want, but, everything you NEED.

Low traffic neighbourhoods are a steppingstone towards 15 minute cities. Councils across the country are waging a war against motorists.

You will no longer be able to pop to your favourite restaurant, pub, shop, hair dresser, doctor or dentist. You will no longer be able to visit friends whenever you want, to care for your parents, to socialise, to follow your favourite football team.

In conjunction with Digital ID, CBDC (central bank digital currency), face recognition and number plate recognition we will live in what is in essence an open prison.

It seems beyond comprehension that this could ever be being considered in the UK, let alone in the planning and roll out process.

These are the councils that have signed up so far:

LTN council list 1
LTN council list 2

Just because your council hasn’t implemented a 15 minute city near you yet, it doesn’t mean that they will not do so.

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Dave Holland is the Reform Party PPC for the Mid Bedfordshire Constituency. All opinions on this website www.dave-holland.co.uk are personal opinions & views on different areas of policy & government. Dave supports Reform UK Party policy but is keen for potential supporters and voters to understand his personal views and opinions. For official Reform UK Party policy please visit: https://www.reformparty.uk

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