Sutton North Lib Dem Councillors

Cllrs Ruth Dombey, Marlene Heron and Steve Penneck working hard for Sutton North all year round Learn more

School appeal postponed

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 17 March, 2020

The appeal against the refusal of planning permission for the new school in Rosehill Park, which was due to start on Weds 18 March, has been postponed due to COVID-19. The postponement is until the late summer. We will let you know when we know more.

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Residents’ only parking in Aultone Way area to begin on 20 April

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 6 February, 2020

A traffic management order has been made by Sutton Council to bring the Permit Parking Area for Aultone Way, Woodend and Greenhill into effect.   The Council will be writing to residents in the area over the next two weeks to let them know about this, and how to apply for permits. The order is known […]

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

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Councillors’ weekly surgeries cancelled

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

Council and Committee meetings and events are being reviewed and many are being cancelled at short notice.  We have had to cancel our Saturday morning surgeries at The Dolphin until further notice, as the people running the building have decided to close the venue.  If you need to contact us, the best way is by […]

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Sutton Cock Sign being restored

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 17 March, 2020

The famous Sutton High Street Crossroads cockerel sign is currently being restored and will return again next month. The Grade II listed landmark’s history originates in a public house called ‘The Cock’ and owned by Gentleman Jackson (1769-1845). The Cock pub sported a sign which hung from a timber goal-post straddling Sutton High Street. The work […]

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470 bus to be extended

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 17 March, 2020

TfL has announced that following consultation, the 470 bus is to be extended from Epsom to Epsom Hospital. This will begin at the end of May. The consultation report showed an overwhelming majority in favour of the extension. There were also requests for a Sunday service, but TfL says that this can not be currently […]

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Cycleway update

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 22 February, 2020

The first stage of the cycle way – the part through Greenshaw woods to the Rose Hill park West/ Grennell Road junction is to go ahead. Further details of this are here. There was very little response to the Council’s consultation, and the work will begin in June, giving the park time to dry out. […]

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Conservative Government to decide on school for Rosehill Park

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

The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government has decided to ‘recover’ the appeal for the Rosehill school – that is he has decided to make the decision on the appeal himself.  He is able to this under the legislation, although it is not usual for an application for a school.  It means that […]

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Local committee to discuss Climate Emergency

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 17 February, 2020

The next meeting of the Local Committee will be on 27 February at 7pm at the Holy Family Church Hall, Sorrento Road.  The papers are here. There will be a presentation on the Climate Emergency.  Sutton Council has stepped up its commitment to tackling carbon emissions and rising temperatures by declaring a ‘Climate Change Emergency’.  […]

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Sutton wins Mayor’s Cultural Impact Award

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 15 February, 2020

In 2023, the borough will host events on the theme of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths), including a large scale light and laser show. The Mayor of London has today announced that Sutton will receive one of his prestigious Cultural Impact Awards in 2023. The £200,000 funding will be used to stage six events, right […]

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Councillors demand further safety improvements to Collingwood Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 11 February, 2020

Residents will be aware that the new safety measures in the road are far from addressing the problems of speeding traffic.  Following a road safety audit called for by your councillors, some important changes are to be made this week (subject to the weather). The improvements includes moving many of the Give Way signs closer to […]

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