Transport for London have revealed that a section of Cycleway 4 in Deptford will commence work later this month (July 2021).
A section from Greenwich to Deptford is all but complete. I took a look at that stretch recently on a post which can be seen here.
The next stage will follow that stretch and head along Evelyn Street past Deptford High Street and towards the one-way system at Rotherhithe.
The stripped section above will follow last of all, and has been subject to a separate consultation from Southwark Council:
The section in Rotherhithe will pass 3,500 new homes at Surrey Quays shopping centre.
Work on the first homes is now underway, and I took a look at plans in May for this tower:
Deptford Church Street to Lower Road work will continue until spring 2022.
The western end of Cycleway 4 completed in September 2020 between Tower Bridge heading through Jamaica Road in Bermondsey.
A temporary extension with light segregation was recently installed along Tooley Street between Tower Bridge and London Bridge.
Southwark have agreed to use income from developers at Surrey Quays to fund cycle hire expansion locations.
There are no confirmed plans in Lewisham and Greenwich boroughs.
TfL revealed last week that Greenwich have collected the lowest amount of income from developers, despite seeing some of the highest development in London.