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Norwood Road night-time closures

West Norwood’s main shopping street will be closed to traffic at night-time 9pm to 6am from Monday 9th January to Saturday 21st January. Norwood Road between Chestnut Road and Avenue Park Road is being resurfaced over 10 working days. Everyone is requested not to park in Norwood Road during the works.

There are no works or road closures on Saturday or Sunday nights.

Buses & through traffic using Norwood Road will be diverted, mainly along Leigham Court Rd and the South Circular road.  Best places to catch a night-time bus will be near West Norwood Bus Garage or Tulse Hill one way system. Other local vehicles can use some of the side streets.  See details of diversions here [Word file] or here [pdf]

If you have any queries about (for example about noise, parking, access or delivery) about the night-time road closures please email  HIPresurfacing@lambeth.gov.uk or contact Ringway Jacobs, the contractor, on 0845 646 0059.

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Filed under Local Business, Parking, Shopping, Traffic, Transport, West Norwood

Revised plans for Avenue Park Road

ExhibitionCome along on Monday 2nd December 1pm to 8pm to the Salvation Army Hall at 246 Norwood Road SE27 9AW to meet the Mayfair500’s team and comment on their revised plans for housing and employment space on the site on Avenue Park Road at the corner of Thurlow Park Road and Tulse Hill station. Their previous planning application (ref 13/02310) was withdrawn and they are now consulting residents before submitting a new planning application.

Leona Quigley welcomes any questions in advance of Monday’s event or from anyone unable to attend. Email lquigley@iceniprojects.com or telephone 020 3435 4213.

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Filed under Employment, Housing, Jobs, Lambeth Council

Avenue Park Road development

Avenue Park Road

Avenue Park Road

Developers submitted a planning application  to build 47 homes and small business premises on the disused land between the railway line, Thurlow Park Road and Avenue Park Road approximately up to Maley Avenue. The height of the proposed development varies between three, four, five  and six storeys.

Iceni , planning consultants for Mayfair 500 , the developers, organised a public meeting in April at Elmgreen School . Following comments by residents at the meeting the plans have changed slightly. To see the latest plans use the public access database on Lambeth council’s web site:   http://planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applications/ and type in planning ref 13/021310/FUL .

Any comments can be emailed to planning@lambeth.gov.uk  quoting ref 13/021310/FUL  . Please also copy in Cllr Ann Kingsbury at Akingsbury@lambeth.gov.uk . Ann has asked for any recommendation to approve this planning application to go to the Planning Applications Committee. The decision should be made before mid September.

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Filed under Housing, Local Business, West Norwood