People are being invited to give their views on the next phase of the Cycle Enfield scheme.

The council is holding a consultation on plans for the A1010 North phase of the project, which will run all the way from Southbury Road to Bullsmoor Lane.

Designs and consultation documents are available to view online, at Enfield Civic Centre and at the Ordnance Unity Centre Library on Hertford Road until April 28.

The council’s design team will also hold a question and answer session on Wednesday (April 10) at Albany Leisure Centre between 3pm and 8pm.

Cycle Enfield, which is funded by Transport for London, will eventually create a network of cycle routes across the borough.

Work has already finished on the cycle lanes along the A105 Green Lanes, while the A1010 South phase is currently under construction.

The scheme has been designed to encourage people to take up greener, healthier forms of transport and ease congestion as London’s population continues to grow.

But it has divided opinion, with some shopkeepers complaining the A105 lanes had led to a drop in their revenue while cyclists claimed they had improved safety.

Similar cross-borough cycle projects are underway in Waltham Forest and Kingston.

More information on the consultation is available here.