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Collingwood Road/ By pass junction to close for urgent gas repairs

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 16 October, 2020

Gas company SGN have told us that this junction will close from Saturday 24 October for approximately 9 days. While the work on this junction has been carried out, they have discovered that additional work is required. They will aim to complete the project during the half term holiday to minimise disruption. As a result […]

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Action needed on Collingwood Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 14 September, 2020

Residents continue to raise concerns about the speed of traffic in Collingwood Road, the use of the road by heavy lorries, in defiance of the ban of vehicles over 7.5 tonnes, and the use of the road by buses through the night.  These problems led to road safety concerns – important as parents walk children […]

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Gas works on the By Pass and in Collingwood Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 2 September, 2020

SGN (the gas company) tell us that there will be road works to upgrade the main gas pipe starting next Monday 7 September. Over the coming five weeks, the gas pipe will be replaced in two phases: Phase one – lasting approximately three weeks Engineers will be working on A217 Oldfields Road from number 44 […]

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The proposal to erect a side extension at 226 Collingwood Road (on the corner of Alexandra Ave), which was refused by Sutton Council, has also been refused by the planning inspector. Sutton Council refused the application because they considered the design to be an incompatible and incongruous addition to both the application property and the […]

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Trees in Sutton North in good shape

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

All the street trees in our area have been inspected in the last few months.  This is part of a programme of regular inspections of street trees across the Borough.  Street trees add a lot to our street scene, as well as providing an important contribution to sustaining wildlife and combatting climate change. We have […]

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Planning application No DM2019/01558 for the demolition of the garage and the building of an attached single storey house was refused by Sutton Council last December, as the Council considered the design to be an incompatible and incongruous addition to both the application property and the wider surrounding street scene.   The decision of the Council […]

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Spring Focus goes on-line

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 4 April, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic has meant that not all residents have received our latest Focus newsletter. So here it is on-line. Tackling the rat run Cycleway proposal needs traffic calming measures say Councillors Transport for London are keen to promote a cycleway from Sutton to Morden, encouraging people to use their bikes and encourage healthier living, […]

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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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Ward boundary review

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 13 January, 2020

Every few years the independent Local Government Boundary Commission reviews the ward boundaries, to make sure they reflect local communities as far as possible, and also to make sure that all the wards are roughly of the same size – important when housing developments lead to population growth. The Commission is reviewing the boundaries for […]

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Concerns about new road layout in Collingwood Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 6 December, 2019

We are disappointed by the effects of the new traffic scheme in Collingwood Road.  The new road layout is the Council’s response to complaints from residents for some years about speeding traffic in the road.  There were two main concerns:  the safety of children and parents walking to Westbourne School; and the impact of speeding traffic […]

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