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Waiting restrictions (yellow lines) 2017 batch 1

10 July 2017

Following approval by the Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Environment and Housing to proceed with the implementation of the proposed waiting restrictions as consulted in March / April 2017, the Council is now making arrangements for the implementation of the yellow line restrictions on-site within the next 6 weeks. Please see the below web link to view the Cabinet Member decision sheet and the report detailing the feedback from the statutory consultation.

Cabinet Member decision and statutory consultation report

 

23 March 2017

Following requests from residents and Ward Members for the borough-wide introduction of double yellow lines to tackle obstructive parking, the Council is proposing to introduce 'at any time' waiting restrictions at various junction locations across the borough.

Locations of proposed waiting restrictions

Click the following links to view the plans of proposed waiting restrictions;
Elmhurst Avenue and Beecholme Avenue, CR4
Blenheim Road and Grand Drive, SW20
Grand Drive and Cannon Hill Lane, SW20
Kings Road and Acacia Road,CR4
Edgehill Road, CR4
Bardney Road, SM4
Beaford Grove and Martins Way, SW20
Bond Road, CR4
Calonne Road, SW19
Connaught Gardens, SM4
Dudley Drive and Seymour Avenue, SM4
Greenway and Westway, SW20
Longfield Drive, CR4
Mossville Gardens and Martins Way, SM4
West Barnes Lane, KT3
Lewis Road and Bank Avenue, CR4
Love Lane and De'Arn Gardens, CR4
Somerset Road, SW19
Pollard Road and Morton Road, SM4
Raymond Road, SW19
Rookwood Avenue, KT3
The Green and Cherrywood Lane, SM4
Wilson Avenue and Hawkes Road, CR4
The proposed waiting restriction measures aim to improve safety, visibility and provide clear access for all road users, this is particularly important for emergency service vehicles (ambulance and fire engines) and the council's refuse collection service vehicles.

 

Statutory consultation

The statutory consultation period begins on Thursday 23 March 2017 until 28 April 2017.

What happens next

A Notice of the Council's intensions to make the relevant Traffic Management Orders (TMO) for the required changes will be published in the local news paper (The Guardian), London Gazette and posted on lamp columns in the vicinity. Representations for and against the proposals must be done by email to trafficandhighways@merton.gov.uk or in writing to the Head of Sustainable Communities, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5DX by no later than 28 April 2017 quoting reference ES/WR7

Objections must relate only to the elements of the scheme that are subject to this statutory consultation. The Council is required to give weight to the nature and content of your representations and not necessarily the quantity. Your reasons are therefore important to us.

All representations along with Officers' comments and recommendations will be presented in a report to the Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Environment and Housing. Please note that responses to any representations received will not be made until a final decision is made by the Cabinet Member. Once a decision is made by the Cabinet Member the public will be informed accordingly.

Copies of the proposed Traffic Management Order (TMO), a plan identifying the area affected by the proposal and the Council's 'statement of reasons' can be inspected at the Merton Link, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, between Monday to Fridays, 10am to 4pm.

 

Contact us

Traffic & Highways
Merton Civic Centre
London Road
Morden
SM4 5DX
Telephone: 020 8545 3214
Fax: 020 8545 4865
Email: trafficandhighways@merton.gov.uk