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Archive for the ‘Woodend’ Category

Councillors ask for All Saints Road Barrier to be removed

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

We have received a lot of feedback from residents on the trial Low Traffic Neighbourhoods scheme, mostly critical.  We have spent the last few days listening to the concerns of the people who have contacted us and discussed the problem with Council officers and other councillors. Clearly the barrier in All Saints Road has resulted in excessive […]

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Allotments planning application may not be able to support affordable housing

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 11 September, 2020

The planning application to build nine house on the allotments between Greenhill and Woodend was due to be considered by the Planning Committee in early July, but was withdrawn as the proposal did not include provision for affordable housing. This is a requirement of the Local Plan.  The applicant has subsequently submitted a report which […]

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Aultone Way residents’ parking scheme to start on 3 August

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 June, 2020

The Aultone Way Permit Parking Area, due to come into effect in April, but delayed by the pandemic, will now go live on Monday 3rd August, 2020. Residents in the area will be receiving a letter in the next couple of days. The PPA will be effective from 8am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday and […]

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Allotments planning application finally to come to Planning Committee

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

The Planning Application (No DM2019/00322) received in February last year to redevelop the allotment land between Greenhill and Woodend will finally come to the Planning Committee for decision on 1 July (meeting starts at 7.30pm).  The proposal is to build nine two storey houses with accommodation at roof level together with parking, a new vehicular […]

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Parking restrictions suspended

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

The Council has suspended the enforcement of all non-safety related parking restrictions as a consequence of COVID-19.  These changes have been made to: Support local hospitals, the Council, key agencies and their staff to meet any challenges they face regarding staff travelling to work Ensure supermarkets and other businesses selling essential supplies are able to […]

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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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Residents’ only parking in Aultone Way area to begin on 20 April

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 6 February, 2020

A traffic management order has been made by Sutton Council to bring the Permit Parking Area for Aultone Way, Woodend and Greenhill into effect.   The Council will be writing to residents in the area over the next two weeks to let them know about this, and how to apply for permits. The order is known […]

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Update on parking consultation for Aultone Way area

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 16 December, 2019

In October the Council advised that the Permit Parking Area (PPA) scheme for the Aultone Way area was on hold, to allow further consideration to be given to all the responses received. The main comments received during the statutory process related to: The inclusion of Saturdays in the scheme, bearing in mind parking pressures are […]

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The final parking consultation (Traffic Management Orders/TMOs) for the new Permit Parking Area has now been published and is available for comment and objections. It is proposed that the scheme operates between 8am – 6.30pm Monday to Saturday. It will cover Aultone Way, Woodend, Greenhill, Meadow Close, Horse Shoe Green, Hawthorne Close and Oak Close. […]

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At the next meeting of the Sutton Local Committee on Thurs 13 December we will be treated to festive carols performed by a brass band and the Sutton Youth Choir from Sutton Music Service. The meeting is at 7pm at the Salvation Army, Benhill Avenue, and the agenda is here. After that seasonal introduction, there […]

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