Sutton North Lib Dem Councillors

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by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 12 December, 2018

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Local councillors appalled that the final decision has been referred to the Government and will not be decided locally  The Inquiry will be held virtually by video link, and is likely to sit until 15 or 16 September.  The papers for the appeal are on Sutton Council’s Planning website.  You need to click on the ‘Appeals’ […]

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The pandemic and the resulting lockdown has had a massive effect on our community and across the country.  In Sutton it has also meant less traffic and better air quality.  The Council is proposing to create what is often called ‘low-traffic neighbourhoods’ to cut the volume and speed of traffic in the area by reducing […]

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Libraries now all open

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 27 July, 2020

All libraries in Sutton will reopen in the week beginning Monday 27 July 2020.  As these venues and facilities reopen, there will be changes made to the opening hours, set up and service in order to keep everybody safe. Further details of opening hours and services are available here. The reopening of the Archive search room and all […]

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Sutton Leisure centres and Heritage houses reopen

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 27 July, 2020

Sutton’s four leisure centres (Cheam, David Weir, Phoenix and Westcroft) have now reopened to the public, as COVID-19 (Coronavirus) restrictions continue to be lifted.  The Council has worked closely with our partners at Everyone Active to implement strict measures to ensure the cleanliness and safety of the centres reopening. Those using the leisure centres will […]

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Kimpton Road recycling centre – more slots available

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 27 July, 2020

Since its reopening in May, the number of slots available at Kimpton Road has been gradually increased as it is safe to do so.  With the increase in availability, demand has started to fall and there is now good availability for residents to secure a booking. Residents can  book slots typically between 3 and 5 […]

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A planning application No DM2020/00613, for the change of use of 43 -45 Stayton Road from a care home to a block of six flats, including a first floor rear extension and conversion of the loft space has been withdrawn after objections from local residents and ward councillors. Councillors had de-delegating an application, requiring the […]

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As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) restrictions lift, the Council is re-opening services as soon as they are able to, with the safety of staff and the public as the top priority at all times. As these venues and facilities reopen, there will be changes made to the opening hours, set up and service in order to […]

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Aultone Way residents’ parking scheme to start on 3 August

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 June, 2020

The Aultone Way Permit Parking Area, due to come into effect in April, but delayed by the pandemic, will now go live on Monday 3rd August, 2020. Residents in the area will be receiving a letter in the next couple of days. The PPA will be effective from 8am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday and […]

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Widen my path

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 21 June, 2020

The Council is calling on residents and businesses to use a new on-line tool to suggest a busy spot where walking and cycling could be made safer and easier. The move is the latest part of the Council’s plans for Safer, Active, Greener Streets as schools and businesses reopen in the borough after lockdown and […]

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Allotments planning application finally to come to Planning Committee

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 20 June, 2020

The Planning Application (No DM2019/00322) received in February last year to redevelop the allotment land between Greenhill and Woodend will finally come to the Planning Committee for decision on 1 July (meeting starts at 7.30pm).  The proposal is to build nine two storey houses with accommodation at roof level together with parking, a new vehicular […]

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