Proposed Windsor Avenue area consultation

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The following letter delivered to residents (Hamilton Avenue)

The letter is dated 11/02/2019 but consultation survey does not yet appear to be available. So no further details. Not too much cycle specific in this other than cyclists being allowed to travel southbound through the no entry London Road/Hamilton Avenue plug.

Letter received 21/2/2019


Kingston & Sutton Shared Environment Service

Highways & Transport


Your Ref


0208 770 6455

My Ref.•LR/T30148



1 1/02/19





Windsor Avenue Area


North Cheam

Please reply to:

Kingston & Sutton

Shared Environment


Dear Residents,

Highways & Transport 24 Denmark Road


   Proposed Windsor Avenue area consultation                                    surrey SM5 2JG

The Cheam North and Worcester Park Local Committee has agreed to consult residents in the Windsor Avenue area on proposals to improve the environment for residents,

pedestrians, cyclists and users of public transport. The aim of the scheme is to encourage more people to walk, cycle or use public transport instead of using their car for local journeys.

This year there is funding available from Transport for London to carry out a consultation with residents on a few measures that have already been highlighted as an issue by some residents and the local schools and to ask if there are any other measures residents would like us to consider to improve your neighbourhood.

The proposals as shown on the attached plan includes -

  • Introduce a 20mph speed limit area to reduce vehicle speeds;
  • Introduce a zebra crossing in Molesey Drive outside Cheam Park Farm Infant school to provide an improved crossing point;
  • Introduce a no entry plug in Hamilton Avenue at the junction of London Road to reduce the cut through traffic using Hamilton Avenue in a southbound direction.

Please respond to these preliminary proposals via our on-line consultation questionnaire which can be found at:

The on-line consultation will also ask if you have any other ideas to help improve the environment in your area that can be investigated and considered for future phases. Alternatively you can respond to this consultation by letter by sending your comments to the address shown. Replies need to be received by Friday 15th March 2019.

You will be notified of the outcome of this consultation by another letter circulated in due course.

Yours sincerely,

Lynn Robinson

Highways and Transport

Sutton & Kingston Shared Environment Service


March 15th, 2019 19:00


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