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Friday, 12 January 2024




Good afternoon

We have launched a consultation on proposed changes to the A21 Sevenoaks Road.

In May 2023 we made some emergency changes to the A21 at its junction with Sevenoaks Road to make it safer for all road users. We banned the right-hand turning movement from the A21 into Sevenoaks Road, moved the ‘merge point’ for traffic further east and reduced the westbound lanes of A21 Sevenoaks Road down to a single lane. We did so to help road users be more visible to one another.

We made these changes because over the last three years or so, there have been two collisions at this junction in which three people tragically lost their lives. These collisions occurred between vehicles travelling westbound with vehicles turning in and out of this junction. The changes were intended to keep everyone using this junction safe. This is in line with The Mayor’s Vision Zero Action Plan which is central to our aim to eliminate all death and serious injuries on London’s roads. To achieve this, we must take steps to reduce road danger for everyone.

We have now reviewed the changes we made and we now want to hear your thoughts about a new set of proposals. In summary, we propose to:
  • to reduce the speed limit from 50mph to 40mph
  • reinstate the banned right turn on the eastbound A21, but to control it with new traffic signals
  • keep the westbound traffic at one lane, reduced from two.

This email explains how you can find out more about these proposals and respond to the consultation.

How do I respond to the consultation

You can read more about the proposed changes and respond to the consultation on our website

You need to register your email address before you can submit a response through our website. We will keep your information secure and, if you agree, we will send you updates about the scheme periodically. If you cannot submit a response online, or would prefer not to, you can do so:

The consultation will be open for eight weeks so you can respond at any time up to 15 February 2024.

If you would like to receive information about our consultation through the post, please call us on 020 3054 6037 and quote ‘A21 Sevenoaks Road’ when recording your message.

In person drop in events

We will be available to answer questions in person at Knockholt Station, Old London Road, TN14 7HR on 17 January 2024 from 07.00 until 09:30 and on Thursday 25 January 2024 from 07:00 until 09:30.

If you are unable to make this time, please get in touch with us and we can have a discussion with you if needed.

Yours sincerely

Fraser MacDonald
Strategic Consultations Lead
Transport for London

Contact Information


  • 07860537760


Knockholt, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN14 7LD


Additional Information

If you wish to make an enquiry or booking of the Village Centre Hall please contact who is the Booking Secretary.