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War memorial at All Saints Benhilton Church has become locally

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 4 July, 2017

The war memorial at Benhilton church has been listed by Historic England at grade II as part of their WW! Commemoration project.  The church has been a grade II listed building for some time.  This listing was supported by Sutton Council. The War Memorial takes the form of a gabled stone cross set on a plinth. […]

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Pedestrian crossing at Angel Hill update

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 February, 2017

You will recall that we have been consulting about a proposal to improve safety for pedestrians crossing Angel Hill at the junction with All Saints and Vermont Roads.  The results are shown below: We Asked In December 2016 the Council carried out a Consultation on a proposal to introduce a signalised crossing at the Angel […]

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Proposal for pedestrian safety improvement at Angel Hill Junction

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 3 December, 2016

The Council has secured  funding from Transport for London to carry out improvements to the Angel Hill Junction (junction with All Saints Road and Sutton Common Road).  Residents had told Councillors about the lack of pedestrian facilities at the Angel Hill junction.  All Saints (Benhilton) School was also concerned about the safety of parents with […]

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Report back from Sutton Local Committee 6 Sept 2016 Thanks to the many residents who came to the Local committee meeting on 6 Sept at Sutton Grammar School and participated in the debates.  It was encouraging to see so many of you there.  If you missed it, an audio recording can be found here: https://www.sutton.gov.uk/downloads/download/505/sutton_local_committee_audio_recordings […]

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Encouraging cycling in Sutton North

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 10 July, 2016

Sutton Council has been consulted over a proposal to bring a new ‘Quietway’ cycle route to Sutton.  The Transport for London’s initiative is designed to encourage new and nervous cyclists to use a network of residential roads for their journeys, to help reduce car use. The proposal for Sutton links the town centre to Morden, […]

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RESIDENTS JOIN DEBATES ON PARKING, TRAFFIC AND HIGH ST IMPROVEMENTS

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 13 June, 2016

Thanks to the many residents who came to the Local Committee meeting on 7 June and participated in the debates.  It was encouraging to see so many of you there. Among the many issues discussed were: plans to consult residents around Greenshaw school about additional parking restrictions in the area. These are needed to manage […]

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Residents have been consulted over a range of parking measures.  These measures are designed to improve road safety, mainly by improving sight lines at junctions, and also to improve access.  They include: by some of the shops in Angel Hill on the corners of Leafield Rd, Burford Rd and Minster Ave on the corner of […]

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Following consultation an amended scheme has been agreed for double yellow lines at this dangerous junction.  The amended plan is here:  T10167_B-Benhill Wood Road Revision. This scheme has now been formally approved and it is expected that the work will be carried out in July/ August.      

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Parking restrictions on the corner of Benhill Wood Road and All Saints Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 11 February, 2016

Traffic parking on the corner of All Saints Road and Benhill Wood Road causes a danger for children crossing the road to get to All Saints Benhilton School, and blocks sight lines for cars leaving Benhill Wood Road. Following a previous informal consultation, the Council is now publishing a statutory consultation notice for a scheme, […]

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