Community Road Watch

Community Road Watch


Community Roadwatch gives residents the opportunity to work with local police teams, and use speed detection equipment to deter speeding on their roads.

Why are we running Community Roadwatch?

Transport for London, the City of London Police, and the Metropolitan Police Service, are working to together to reduce collisions on London’s roads.
Research has shown that speed is often a contributory factor in road collisions.  Community Roadwatch is designed to support wider police activity, working with local communities to make people aware of the dangers of travelling too fast on London’s road.

Where does Community Roadwatch take place?

Community Roadwatch focuses on residential roads and will be available in all London boroughs by 2016.

How to get involved

If you would like to take part in Community Roadwatch, or suggest a residential area where there are concerns around speeding, contact


Carer’s Network

Carer’s Network

Do you look after someone?

Carers Network provides information and advice for unpaid carers across the boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham. This includes:

  • Completing carer assessments
  • Supplying small grants for breaks or various items
  • Assistance in applying for a carers personal budget
  • Emotional and practical support
  • Regular support groups
  • Advice support drop Ins
  • Many social event, trips and activities and more

We are open Monday to Friday

Address: Bishop Creighton House, 374-380 Lillie Road, London SW6 7PH
Tel: 020 7386 9417