Sunita Gordon, Marian James and Barry Lewis

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The Council is proposing to introduce or amend a number of parking and waiting restrictions in Wallington North.  Nearly all the additional restrictions are planned with safety in mind and the majority are double yellow lines leading up to road junctions.  Please take a few minutes to see how these proposals affect you.  It is […]

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A chance to rethink

by Barry on 10 February, 2021

The recent High Court ruling gives us all a chance to rethink the Butter Hill Bridge closure.  Excess traffic on Butter Hill has been an ongoing problem.  The experiment with the Bridge closure brought significant benefits for some but downsides for others.    The Bridge has been closed for over four months and residents have seen […]

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Results of Butter Hill LTN Survey.

by Barry on 30 January, 2021

Update 06 February with all survey results Ward Councillors carried out a survey of Butter Hill residents regarding the Butter Hill Low Traffic Neighbourhood scheme and the closure of Mill Lane Bridge. Approximately 750 surveys were delivered to all houses in Butter Hill between 21 and 23 January. Responses were received from 158 households and […]

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Butter Hill Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN)

by Barry on 1 September, 2020

A Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) is a group of residential streets where through motor traffic is discouraged or removed making streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists. A trial LTN for Butter Hill is being introduced on the 21st of September by the closing of Mill Lane Bridge. Residents have received formal notification of the closure […]

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Blooming Wallington

by Barry on 16 June, 2020

Roadside Revolution or just Scruffy?

by Barry on 6 June, 2020

Wildlife experts say grass verges should be cut twice a year and this can lead to a resurgence of wildlife and flowers. Local residents have encouraged Sutton Council to do this, your local councillors support this but we also share concerns that it can look untidy and attract litter. What do you think? Great idea […]

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There has been a continuing problem with flytipping on the private forecourt outside Lincoln House, 83 Manor Road in Wallington. It is the landlord’s responsibility to remove flytipping from private property. A massive shout out and thanks to licensed waste company that have cleared and legally disposed of this rubbish. London boroughs spend over […]

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Council Starts Food Deliveries to The Vulnerable

by Sunita Gordon on 6 April, 2020

Thank you to everyone who is taking the NHS Coronavirus advice seriously and is social distancing or self isolating. It’s vital we continue to do so to ensure the spread of the virus is not so rapid and doesn’t overwhelm our hospitals. We also wanted to share some good news!  Last weekend the Council launched […]

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Practical ways to help your local community

by Barry on 17 March, 2020

These are challenging times for all of us and we ask everybody to listen to and heed the advice and guidance that is issued centrally by the Government.    We have listed below some practical things you can do to help and also Councillor contact details: Look out for neighbours who are self isolating and may […]

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Tom Brake comments on Queen’s Speech

by Barry on 19 December, 2019

It’s very difficult not to comment, even in an unofficial capacity, on what was a pretty underwhelming Queen’s speech. There’s certainly a great deal to be done, and the UK needs comprehensive investment to build a green economy and give proper backing to our schools, police, and public services. If it were a Lib Dem […]

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