We Asked, You Said, We Did

Below are some of the issues we have recently consulted on and their outcomes.

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents and frontages regarding road safety improvements on Nightingale Lane. The proposals included the provision of a Point No-entry on Nightingale at the junction with Wellesley Road. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the road safety improvements on Nightingale Lane. The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce a Point No-entry on Nightingale at the junction with Wellesley Road. The final layout of the proposed scheme is shown on Plan 2021/E/165 below.

Overview

The Council is proposing to introduce traffic management improvements on Nightingale Lane following concerns raised by local residents to deal with the problem of vehicles mounting the footway.  

The Council is proposing to provide traffic management in the form of ‘’Point of No Entry’’ on Nightingale Lane as shown on the plan below.

We are intending to implement a ‘’Point of No Entry’’ by the junction of Nightingale Lane with Wellesley Road as well as the associated warning signs.

The Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services and Transport for London have also been consulted on the proposals.

What Happens Next

This consultation is now closed. 

Works on the proposed road safety scheme in Nightingale Lane are programmed to start on week commencing 16th May 2022. During the construction works temporary traffic management will operate for short periods but every effort will be made to keep inconvenience to residents and businesses to a minimum.

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents and frontages regarding road safety improvements on St Mary’s Avenue and The Green. The proposals included the installation of traffic calming measures in the form of speed cushions. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the road safety improvements on St Mary’s Avenue and The Green. The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce road safety improvements along the length of St Mary’s Avenue and The Green. The consultation exercise indicated issues with the location of the set of speed cushions outside No. 5 The Green and the design has been updated to relocate this measure 15 metres to the north. The final layout of the proposed scheme is shown on Plan 2021/E/168A below.

Overview

The Council is proposing to introduce road safety improvements on St Mary’s Avenue and The Green.  The Council is proposing to provide traffic calming in the form of speed cushions on St Mary’s Avenue and The Green as shown on the plan below. The Council are intending to install 75mm high (3 inch) speed cushions with associated signage and “At Any Time” Waiting Restrictions (Double Yellow Lines). The main objective of the proposed traffic calming measures is to make this road safer for all vulnerable road users. By doing so, this will help reduce vehicular speeds, improve driver awareness and improve road safety in the area.

What Happens Next

This consultation is now closed. 

Works on the proposed road safety scheme in St Mary’s Avenue and The Green are programmed to start on week commencing 16th May 2022. During the construction works temporary traffic management will operate for short periods but every effort will be made to keep inconvenience to residents and businesses to a minimum.

 

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents, businesses and frontages on cycling and road safety improvements on Aldersbrook Road. The proposals included widening the existing cycle lane and making it mandatory (providing light segregation in the form of cycle lane delineators),  the provision of shared used bus stop boarders at three bus stops and the installation of traffic calming measures in the form of speed cushions and a raised speed table at the existing signal-controlled crossing facility near the junction with Park Road. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the cycling and road safety improvements on Aldersbrook Road. However, the consultation exercise did indicate concerns regarding shared use bus boarders which suggested that it would not be practical to implement these measures at the proposed locations.

The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce cycling and road safety improvements along the length of Aldersbrook Road (however in light of the concerns raised regarding shared use bus boarders, this element will not be progressed). The scheme includes the following proposals as shown on Plan 1 below.

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents and frontages on cycling and road safety improvements on Blake Hall Road. The proposals included widening the existing cycle lane and making it mandatory (providing light segregation in the form of cycle lane delineators), the provision of shared used bus stop boarders at bus stops and the installation of the raised speed table at the existing crossing facility near the junction with Felstead Road with Selsdon Road and the existing signalised crossing facility near the junction with Belgrave Road. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the cycling and road safety improvements on Blake Hall Road. However, the consultation exercise did indicate concerns regarding shared use bus boarders which suggested that it would not be practical to implement these measures at the proposed locations.

 

The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce cycling and road safety improvements along the length of Blake Hall Road (however in light of the concerns raised regarding shared use bus boarders, this element will not be progressed). The scheme includes the following proposals as shown in Plan 1 in the 'Overview' section'.

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents, businesses and frontages on cycling and road safety improvements on Centre Road.

The proposals included introducing mandatory cycle lanes (providing light segregation in the form of cycle lane delineators) and road safety measures in the form of a “30mph” speed limit, removal of the existing pedestrian island and a proposed speed table with tactile paving in its place, by the Wanstead Flats Car Park.

We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the cycling and road safety improvements on Centre Road. However, the consultation exercise did indicate concerns regarding the removal of the pedestrian island and requests were received for the consideration of a controlled crossing point at this location.

The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce cycling and road safety improvements on Centre Road. The scheme includes the following proposals as shown on Plan 1a in the Overview section below. Works are planned to start early February.

We asked

A consultation exercise was carried out with residents, businesses and frontages on cycling improvements on Lake House Road. The proposals included introducing a mandatory cycle lane (providing light segregation in the form of cycle lane delineators), the provision of a shared used bus stop boarder at one bus stop. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the cycling improvements on Lake House Road. However, the consultation exercise did indicate concerns regarding shared use bus boarders which suggested that it would not be practical to implement these measures at the proposed locations.

The results of the consultation including all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses and Transport for London have been considered by the Council and it has been agreed to proceed with the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce cycling improvements along the length of Lake House Road (however in light of the concerns raised regarding shared use bus boarders, this element will not be progressed). The scheme includes the following proposals as shown on Plan 1 in the Overview section below.

We asked

We asked your view on the South Woodford Community Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Hub project which would involved converting one side of the Mulberry Way car park into an EV charging hub.

You said

Majority of the respondents supported the proposal.

We did

The car park has been resurfaced and remarked to bring it up to the standards of modern car parks. 

To ensure that the bays remain available for residents and visitors to use and are not blocked by vehicles with internal combustion engines or EVs that have overstayed, the bays will be protected by a Traffic Management Order (TMO) and will be enforceable. 

We asked

We proposed 36 locations for installing on-street electric vehicle charging points and associated EV charging bays and asked your feedback on this proposal.

You said

You have told us if you support the proposal and where else the charge points should be installed if you didn't agree with the proposals.

We did

We are proceeding with the installation of electric vehicle charging points at the following locations:

Alexandra Road, at the side of no. 10 Pulteney Road

Belgrave Road, at the side of no. 35 Lake House Road

Buckingham Road, at the side of no. 44 Rutland Road

Byron Avenue, at the side of no. 69 Broadwalk

Cadogan Gardens, at the side of 23-25 Chigwell Road

Dangan Road, at the side of Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Derby Road, outside 90 to 96

Grove Road, the north-west side, approx.
50m north-east of Lincoln Road junction;

Halstead Road, at the side of no. 12 Nelson Road

Hermitage Walk, outside 44 to 54

Marlborough Road, at the side of no. 23A Clarendon Road

Maybank Avenue, opposite nos. 1 and 3

Monmouth Avenue, at the side of no. 27 Charnwood Drive

Wanstead Place, outside no. 4

Pelham Road, outside number 18

New locations have been identified as an alternative to the 21 locations that did not receive your support and there will be another consultation on these new locations shortly.

 

We asked

We asked your feedback on the proposed Mobility Hub on Wanstead High Street similar to the newly-accredited Mobility Hub located in George Lane, South Woodford.

You said

Majority of the respondents have supported the prosal.

We did

We will install a Mobility Hub on Wanstead High Street which will include an electric car club bay, an electric vehicle charging bay as well as outdoor seating area, cycle parking and plants

We asked

A consultation was delivered to affected residents, businesses and frontages and was also made available online on the road safety proposals in Benton Road and Cameron Road. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the road safety proposals in Benton Road and Cameron Road.

The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses, London Taxis and Transport for London.

The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce road safety proposals along the length of Benton Road and Cameron Road, between Ley Street and High Road, Seven Kings. The scheme includes the following proposals as shown on Plans 1, 2a and 3a below.

We asked

If residents would support the proposal to introduce a 20 mph Zone in the New North Road Area (area bounded by Fencepiece Road and The Lowe) as shown below in Plan No. 1.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the 20 mph Zone proposal. The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents and The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposal as shown below in Plan No.1.

We did

Works on the proposed 20 mph Zone in the New North Road area bounded by Fencepiece Road and The Lowe are programmed to start on week commencing 31st May 2021. During the construction works, and in coordination with other road safety measures along New North Roads,  road closures and local traffic diversion will be in operation for a few weeks between 09.30 a.m and 03.30 p.m and every effort will be made to keep inconvenience to frontagers and businesses to a minimum.

We asked

If residents would support the proposal to introduce Road Safety Measures in New North Road (between Fencepiece Road and The Lowe) as shown below in Plan Nos.1,2,3A,4 and 5A.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the road safety proposals in New North Road. The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents and The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposals as shown below in Plan Nos.1, 2, 3A, 4 and 5A.

We did

Works on the proposed road safety measures at New North Road between Fencepiece Road and The Lowe are programmed to start on week commencing 31st May 2021. During the construction works road closures and local traffic diversion will be in operation for a few weeks between 09.30 a.m and 03.30 p.m and every effort will be made to keep inconvenience to frontagers and businesses to a minimum.

We asked

A consultation was delivered to affected residents, businesses and frontages and was also made available online on the proposals to extend the 20mph zone into Benton Road and Cameron Road Area. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the proposals of the 20mph zone extension into Benton Road and Cameron Road Area.

The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses, London Taxis and Transport for London.

The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposals.

We did

The proposals include to extend the 20mph zone for the area into roads including Benton Road, Cameron Road, Charter Avenue, Aldborough Road South and Lombard Avenue, as highlighted in Plan 1 below. This will involve installing 20mph zone signs on some entries, as well reminder signs and road markings placed throughout the area.

We asked

If residents would like to continue with the CTR scheme in place of 2020/21 for a further year.

You said

Over 75% agreed with this.

We did

We are retaining the scheme

We asked

Would you like to see a new play equipment at Brocket Way in Hainault?

You said

We had an overwhelming response with nearly 300 residents responding with the majority choosing option 2 as their preferred choice.

We did

We installed new equipment and landscaped the area for the whole community to enjoy.

We asked

How can we reduce waste in the borough?

You said

Recyling is important, but residents want containerisation of waste and more clarity around what is required

We did

We have published our new Waste Reduction Strategy 2019-2027

We asked

What do you think about Redbridge Council's proposals to introduce 41 new Automatical Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Cameras into the borough?

You said

An overwhelming majority of respondants (more than 9 in 10) supported the introduction of new ANPR cameras and thought that they would reduce crime.

We did

41 new ANPR cameras will be installed across the borough, including 14 digital dot-matrix display boards. We are also upgrading 160 CCTV cameras and introducing 35 deployable cameras to crime hotspots.