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by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 18 October, 2021

Residents in Collingwood Road will have noticed the new speed signs which switch on ‘20mph’ when traffic exceeds the speed limit.  Initial impressions are that this may be having some effect, though it will be important that this is sustained. Ruth Dombey was out with the police Community Speedwatch team recording the speed of traffic, […]

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Lib Dem Councillors success in saving some vital bus services

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 23 September, 2021

TfL agree reprieve for bus services for Dibdin and Marlborough Roads, and increased frequency for the S4 with a Sunday service, but press ahead with move to double deckers for route 80. Transport for London consulted on changes to bus services in Sutton at the end of last year.  Many of these changes affected Sutton […]

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Resurfacing of Collingwood Road to begin on Monday 23 August

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 20 August, 2021

The long-awaited resurfacing of part of Collingwood Road will begin next week, and residents are asked not to park in the road while the work is going on. The work is being done in two stages, and it is the first stretch, between Alexandra Ave and the by-pass which is being done next week.  The […]

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Residents of Collingwood Road will know of the persistent problems with rainwater drainage on the evens side of the road between Chaucer Road and Alexandra Avenue.  Thames Water (who have responsibility for surface water drainage) dug a hole outside No.216 some months ago, and we have been waiting for them to return and complete the […]

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This web post gives an update on Heavy Goods vehicles, speeding traffic, and buses in Collingwood Road, and other issues. One of our main concerns is about the number of Heavy Goods vehicles using the road despite the weight restriction.  We are grateful to the residents who record the reg. no and date/time of any […]

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Collingwood Road resurfacing postponed

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 5 May, 2021

The planned resurfacing of Collingwood Road has been postponed. This is because a blockage in the surface water system may require the statutory undertaker to excavate and carry out essential repair works. We will let you have a further update in due course.

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Collingwood Road update

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 3 May, 2021

The long awaited resurfacing of Collingwood Road will take place from Monday 17 May for three nights. The work will be carried out at night between 8pm and 5am (subject to weather conditions). Residents are asked not to park in the area being worked on, which will be signed in advance, to enable the work […]

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Residents meet with the bus garage to express concerns

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 8 March, 2021

Residents from Collingwood and Bushey Roads met with senior managers from TfL, Go-Ahead buses and Sutton Council last Thursday 4 March, at a meeting arranged by your ward councillors. The meeting had been called following concerns of residents about the speed of buses (there is a 20 mph limit in Collingwood Road), the number of […]

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Transport for London are to resurface part of Sutton By Pass

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 3 March, 2021

The resurfacing, at St Dunstan’s Hill, will take place between Thursday 11 March and Wednesday 24 March 2021.   The road will be closed between Alma Crescent and the Cheam Road traffic lights.  Traffic will be diverted at the Rosehill roundabout and at the Cheam crossroads. This is a substantial resurfacing which will treat the road’s foundation […]

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Speeding traffic and heavy vehicles in Collingwood Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 1 February, 2021

Residents continue to express their concern on traffic issues in the road, including out of hours buses.  We recently met with Transport for London, Go-Ahead buses and with Sutton Council officers to discuss these issues. As a result new light-up speed warning signs will be installed near the junction with Chaucer Road in the next […]

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