StreetWorks is getting out and about: come and talk to us!
We hope that you are as excited as us to see that work on Norwood Road is happening, from the road closure at Station Rise, to the widening of pavements down the high street – these is lots going on. But as always we want to know what you think. Are the plans as your thought? Could we be doing anything better? Do you love it, and want to tell us why? To make it easier to tell us your thoughts the StreetWorks team will be at Mandela Hero’s Day, 23rd July, 2 to 4pm – Medora Roa
Tulse Hill one way system: update on the plans
Back in January we provided an update on the latest news concerning the gyratory or one-way system in Tulse Hill. The great news is that this work is still very much on track, and TFL aim to have completed the feasibility section of the process by November 2017. Although it may not seem like much is happening right now there is lots of behind the scenes work is taking place to understand how the designs we put forward for the revamped one way system will work. This includes ‘
Pavements – from shabby to chic
Have you seen that whilst some of our pavements are looking brand new, others are a bit, well, battered? Maybe you have noticed the lack of proper paving slabs, or the strange tarmac mounds joining the pavement to the roads at side streets? Don’t worry! This is just a temporary measure. The plans for our high street show that where possible all pavements will be widened and will have lovely new paving slabs put down. However, before this can be done several other companies wh
Cyclists consulted over pavement changes
Thank you to everyone who turned up to the cycling consultation on Bon Velo cycling shop on Norwood Road on 21st June. Despite this being the hottest day of the year so far we had a great turn out, and some lively discussion about the pros and cons of widening of the pavement outside Elmcourt pharmacy, as well as cycling on Norwood Road more generally. There were lots of helpful and inventive suggestions given including changing parking so it is between the trees, and creatin