Road traffic schemes and consultations

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Traffic and highway improvement schemes are usually designed and installed as the result of an accident or problem, in response to requests from residents or as part of a national policy (for example, the introduction of 20mph zones).

Below is a list of current road traffic schemes and consultations in Waltham Forest.

See details of previous consultations.

The Council has successfully secured funding from Transport for London (TfL) to review and improve safety for all road users in Sewardstone Road and Mansfield Hill. Between 2013 and 2016, a total of 55 Road Traffic Collisions were recorded along the road, resulting in 64 casualties. The Council has also received a number of complaints from the local community over this period regarding high traffic speeds, perceived road danger and poor pedestrian accessibility. The scheme aims to reduce collisions along the road, improve the look and feel of the area, and provide better pedestrian accessibility. The Council will also be taking the opportunity to improve accessibility for cyclists and pedestrians along the south eastern section of Sewardstone Road between Kings Head Hill and Merryhill Close.

The streets being consulted are as follows:
Amesbury Drive, Antlers Hill, Boardman Avenue, Chelwood Close, College Gardens, Deerleap Grove, Dells Close, Drysdale Avenue, Echo Heights, Epping Glade, Epping Way, Gilwell Close, Harford Close, Harford Road, Hawkdene, Hawkwood Crescent, Holly Drive, Kings Head Hill, Laurel Gardens, Lea Valley Road, Low Hall Close, Maida Avenue, Maida Way, Mansfield Hill, Margaret Avenue, Mark Avenue, Markfield Gardens, Meadow Close, Merryhill Close, Mount Echo Avenue, Mount Echo Drive, Nevin Drive, Redwood Gardens, Sewardstone Gardens, Sewardstone Road, Seymour Road, South Avenue, Sunset Avenue, Yardley Close, Yardley Lane.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which can be viewed on the link below. If you haven’t received a leaflet contact us on the e-mail address below and we will send you a copy with a free post return slip. If you would prefer to respond via email, please download and complete the questionnaire and attach this to an email addressed to Traffic.Scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk. The consultation will close on Friday 6 December 2019.

If you have any queries related the consultation above please contact us on Traffic.Scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk