Our Streets - Oakdale

Closed 1 Oct 2021

Opened 23 Jul 2021


Update November 2021:

We are currently analysing the consultation response to the Oakdale Our Streets Scheme and a report is being prepared on the consultation exercise. We hope to finalise the report imminently and it will then be considered in line with Council procedures before a decision is taken on how to proceed with the proposals.


The Our Streets Strategy recognises the role that the street plays in ensuring a good quality of life for people living and working in Redbridge. The strategy aims to improve the street environment in Redbridge to enable people to use the streets in ways which improve their health and wellbeing.

The strategy identifies six priorities for Redbridge:

  • Clean Streets
  • Safe Streets
  • Vibrant Streets
  • Healthy Streetscape
  • Attractive Streets
  • Streets For Business

Further information on the Our Streets strategy for Redbridge can be found here: https://www.redbridge.gov.uk/our-streets/our-streets-strategy/

Why your views matter

Feedback from residents and the results of traffic surveys indicate concerns about traffic conditions and road safety in the Oakdale area.

The Our Streets scheme in Oakdale aims to address these issues in Oakdale, by reducing through traffic and creating safer, quieter, and more attractive streets. The Our Streets priorities that are addressed in this scheme include:

  • Safe Streets
  • Vibrant Streets
  • Healthy Streetscape
  • Attractive Streets

The proposed improvements for the Oakdale area include:

  • One-way system on George Lane and Victoria Road
  • Revising existing bus routes on George Lane, Cowslip Road and Victoria Road to align with the proposed one-way system on George Lane and Victoria Road
  • One-way system on Albert Road and Granville Road (cycles are exempt)
  • Restricting vehicle access on Pulteney Road and Southview Drive
  • Installing a pocket park on Cowslip Road to replace the existing bus stop
  • Possible extension of Oakdale School Streets to neighbouring roads.

If progressed, this scheme will be implemented using an Experimental Traffic Order which will be in place for 18 months. Using an experimental order means that amendments can be made to the scheme if required during the trial period. A monitoring plan has been developed to assess the impact of the scheme. As the 18-month trial period ends, residents’ feedback and monitoring data will be used to inform whether the scheme is retained on a permanent basis. 

Read more about the improvements and share your views on the proposals by clicking the link below. Please also have a read of our FAQs below. 

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