The council wants to make the streets between Elmcourt Road and Chatsworth Way /Idmiston Road a safer, healthier and more pleasant place for all through the Street Improvements project for West Dulwich. See map of proposed area.
During February 2022 the council is collecting residents views on traffic, clean air, street trees, EV charging, crossing points and climate change in the West Dulwich neighbourhood. To have your say use the online map to submit detailed comments at https://westdulwich.commonplace.is/overview Deadline is Friday 25th March.
There will be a community walkabout on Saturday 12th Feb at 3.30pm and an online workshop on Thursday 17th Feb. To take part you will need to book online via the commonplace web site.
The plans for the new pavements, under construction, on Norwood Road & Tulse Hill Station Rise can be seen online at: http://www.streetworks.london/documents. Works are due to be finished by the end of this year.
Cyclists asked for changes near Elmcourt Road and there is an opportunity to see & comment on the revised plans to improve cycling in Norwood Road on Wednesday 21st June between 6pm to 7pm at Bon Velo bike shop 495 Norwood Road SE27 9DJ.
StreetWorks is a community-led project to improve Norwood Road between Robson Road and Tulse Hill station (and in the longer term the one-way system at Tulse Hill) with funding from Transport for London and supported by Lambeth council.
Norwood Road southbound, from Tulse Hill station to Elmcourt Road, will be closed from the evening of Monday 12th June till 30th July . This closure is for Thames Water to complete its work to reline the water mains for our local area.
Southbound traffic from Brixton & Herne Hill will enter West Norwood via Lancaster Avenue. Southbound buses from Herne Hill ( 196, 322, 468, 690 & N68 ) will diverted along Croxted Road to Thurlow Park Road to turn into Lancaster Avenue. Buses from Brixton ( 2, 432, X68 & N2) will divert along Rosendale Road to Thurlow Park Road before turning into Lancaster Avenue . These bus diversions are expected to add 15 minutes to the journey time. A decision is yet to be made on whether the 68 bus should divert via Rosendale Road or end its route at Tulse Hill station. For details check: https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/
Leigham Vale remains closed to traffic. A small section of Palace Road from Perran Road to Norwood Road will also be closed .
Norwood Road northbound will remain open. And pedestrians will have access at all times.
For more information contact Thames Water quoting ref BB 210376 by email: email@example.com or phone anytime 0800 3169800 .
Residents in the streets close to Tulse Hill station have asked for the controlled parking zone to be extended into 3 new areas.
After much local consultation the proposals can be summarised as :
Resident only parking and pay & display bays between 12 noon and 2 pm Mondays to Fridays in the area around Guernsey Grove, Hawarden Grove & a small part of Croxted Road at the Brockwell Park end. For a detailed map see (Download Map pdf)
Resident only parking and pay & display bays between 8.30 am – 6.30 pm Mondays to Fridays in the Harpenden Road, Ullswater Road & Ulverstone Road and Elmcourt Road & part of Maley Avenue . For a detailed map see (Download Map pdf)
Resident only parking and pay & display bays between 8.30 am – 6.30 pm Mondays to Fridays in St Faiths Road. For a detailed map see (Download Map pdf)
To support shopping and other short stay parking there will be free 30 minute parking places 7am to 7pm on Mondays to Saturdays in Croxted Road, Harpenden Road, Norwood Road and Rosendale Road
The proposals were published in the press on 27th November and 1st December as a formal Notice of Orders. (Download pdf)
Any objections to the Orders must be made in writing and sent to Barbara Poulter, Transport and Highways Group, London Borough of Lambeth, 3rd Floor, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP, by 22nd December 2009.
For more information call Lambeth Highways team on 020 7926 9000.