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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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Plans to de-list Prince Regent Pub

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 19 August, 2016

Following a consultation with residents in the Sutton Green area, your local councillors have sent a response to Historic England to de-list this pub, part of which was built in the early 19th century and is a grade II listed building. Our submission is here. The pub was formerly called the Cricketers, and dates from the […]

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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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Talking to residents in Hallmead Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 January, 2016

We were out on Sunday talking to people in Hallmead Road.  Thanks to all who took time to talk to us. We are conscious that the parking problem has got more challenging and one or two of you told us about access ways being blocked.  If this happens the phone number to call is 020 8661 […]

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