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Council consults on parking issues in your road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 19 November, 2018

Many residents have been telling us about the growing parking problems in the area due to St Helier Hospital, school and commuter parking and people visiting the town centre.  The Council consulted residents about the problems late last year and have now analysed the 5,500 replies received.  Based on those responses, Council officers have prepared […]

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Montrose and Monksdene Gardens resurfacing today

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 23 August, 2018

Resurfacing of Montrose and part of Monksdene Gardens is being carried out today (Thursday 23rd August). The works will involve adjusting any iron works, as necessary, and relaying a 25mm top surface. All of the works will be carried out during the day under a road closure. Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.  Affected residents […]

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Planning appeal for 27 Montrose Gardens turned down

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 May, 2018

The Planning Inspector has upheld Sutton’s decision to turn down a planning application to replace the existing garage at 27 Montrose Gardens with a one bedroom single storey house. The Inspector said:  ‘The replacement of the garage with a small dwelling, set behind the established building line of the more substantial semi-detached houses, would comprise […]

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Montrose Gardens to be resurfaced

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 3 February, 2018

Montrose Gardens is to be resurfaced in the coming year.  Your local councillors had requested that the road be assessed for resurfacing, and this has now been agreed with funding allocated for 2018/19. Funding for road repairs will be very limited in future years following the Government’s austerity cuts.  Traditionally Sutton has funded the repair […]

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