Butter Hill traffic solution voted by residents

The votes are in and that the residents have chosen option 1 .

In May & June a Public Consultation was conducted that involved distributing consultation leaflets to local residents and holding a public exhibition to introduce the project to the local residents and to respond to any questions that they may have.

Consultation questionnaire documents which contained a postage free return facility were hand delivered to 1327 residential properties and businesses in the Butter Hill area.

Additionally, the following bodies were also consultation:

  • Ward Councillors
  • London Metropolitan Police Traffic Management Unit
  • London Fire Brigade (Sutton Fire Station)
  • London Ambulance Service
  • London Buses
  • Cyclism
  • Cyclism Touring Club
  • Living Streets
  • Transport for London Network Management
  • Residents association

A Public Exhibition was held on Wednesday 12June 2013 and Thursday 13 June 2013 at Westcroft Leisure Centre to answer any questions and discuss related issues with the public.

The final results are as follows:

  • 39% of the respondents preferred option no.1 and another 6.4% preferred an alternative measures but also accepted option no.1.
  • 37% of respondents preferred option no.2
  • From the alternative options suggested, the 3-way traffic lights were favoured     mostly by the respondents.

Summary Table

Suggestions

Option no.1

Option no.2

Don’t want any change

3-way traffic lights

One-way system

Two-way system

Number of Returns

85

76

7

12

3

4

Percentage of total returns

45.4%

40.7%

3.7%

6.5%

1.6%

2.1%

 

 

Beddington & Wallington Local Committee meeting

The next local committee meeting will take place on 23 April at 19.00, you are welcome to attend.

To see the publicly available information, follow the link: Agenda details on public web site

Meeting venue: Beddington Park School, Derry Road, Beddington, Surrey CR0 4UA

The following items are included in the agenda:

No. Item
1 Welcome and introductions
2 Minutes of previous meeting
3 public realm report
4 beddington project
5 Hanging Baskets
6 community representatives updates
7 Traffic and parking schemes
8 items for noting:
9 Public question time
10 any urgent business
11 date of next meeting

Temporary Traffic Management Order –Butter Hill, Denmark Road and Mill Lane

In order to facilitate the a hydrodynamic vortex (silt traps known as Hydrodynamic vortex ) installation for the Wandle Trust London Borough of Sutton intends to make a Temporary Traffic Management Order for closure of – Butter Hill: Sat 18th May to Fri 31st May. Closure of Butter Hill from Mill Lane to Elm Grove Parade/Vellum Drive. Diversions via Mill Lane and North Street, or Acre Lane/Manor Rd North. Parking restrictions along Mill Lane.

BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETING

Next BEDDINGTON AND WALLINGTON LOCAL COMMITTEE will take place on TUESDAY, 17TH APRIL, 2012, starting 7.00 pm at the Bandon Hill Primary School, Wallington.

I would like to encourage the residents of Wallington & Beddington to attend the meeting and let us hear your views.

AGENDA

1. APOLOGIES

2. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING (Pages 1 – 8)

Minutes of the meeting held on 7 February 2012 to be agreed

3. QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC

15 minutes are allocated for questions from the public relating to items not on the agenda. Please pass these to the Community Development Officer at least

10 minutes before the start of the meeting.

4. PUBLIC REALM PROJECTS (Pages 9 – 14)

  • • Round table discussions with Julie Young, Locality Officer
  • • Beddington Park Cycle Lane briefing note from Lynn Robinson,

Engineering Technician

5. SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD TEAM

Update from Inspector Colin Baker

6. WESTCROFT LEISURE CENTRE AND LIBRARY (Pages 15 – 18)

Report from Colin Beech, Executive Head of Leisure and Libraries

7. CHANGES TO WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES

Oral presentation from Matt Clubb, Head of Waste Management and Fleet

Services

8. BUDGET ENGAGEMENT

Round tables discussion with Paul Brannon, Marketing Officer

9. PRIMARY SCHOOL EXPANSION

Round tables discussion with Nigel Simms, Building Schools for the Future

Director

10. LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FUNDING 2012/13 (FUNDING FOR

TRANSPORT SCHEMES) (Pages 19 – 30)

Report from Paul Blunt, Transport Planning and Programme Manager

11. POLLUTION STATISTICS – WALLINGTON HIGH STREET (Pages 31 – 32)

4 Request from community representative for statistics before and after the

Wallington High Street Improvements

12. COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES ISSUES

Community Representatives are invited to raise issues for future agendas or discussion at the meeting if the Chair deems the matter urgent. Please inform the Community Development Officer if you wish to raise an item

13. ITEMS FOR NOTING – UPDATE ON BUTTERHILL

Update from Faran Forghani, Traffic and Highways Works Manager:

A consultation document is being prepared to consult residents on the various options available, and seek their opinions and views in conjunction with our consultation with Transport for London and the application for funding in 2013-

14. The consultation which will be in the form of questionnaire will cover a wider area to include the residents from the neighbouring roads as well.

This will enable us to map out the results when formally informing and consulting the committee for a decision.

14. ANY URGENT BUSINESS

15. DATES OF FUTURE MEETINGS

Future meetings will be held at Bandon Hill Primary School at 7pm on the following dates:

5 July 2012,

18 October 2012,

6 December 2012,

14 February 2012,18 April 2013

Contac: sunita.gordon@sutton.gov.uk