Road traffic schemes - closed consultations

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The following road traffic schemes were consulted on and are now closed.

For more information on any of the schemes, contact us at traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.ukor by calling 020 8496 1039.

Consultation on this scheme ended on 25 October 2015

Consultation on this scheme ended on 31 July 2015

Consultation on this scheme ended on 20 July 2015

In September and October 2015, we carried out a survey with local residents to ask about road safety and environmental improvements they would like to see along Billet Road.

Based on the results of the survey along with traffic and accident data, consultation proposals have been developed that aim to improve road safety and make improvements for all road users.

As part of the Mayor of London's vision for cycling, Waltham Forest Council is delivering a section of the London Quietway Scheme (route 2) that runs from Bloomsbury to Walthamstow.

Quietways will become a network of cycle routes throughout London that link key destinations through backstreets, parks, waterways or along tree-lined avenue streets. Quietway route 2 will be one of the first Quietways to be introduced in London and will run from Bloomsbury to Walthamstow through Russell Square, Angel, London Fields, Hackney Central, along Coppermill Lane and Mission Grove and ending at Walthamstow Central Station.

Section one on Coppermill Lane is under construction and we are now asking for views on sections two and three of the route that will run along Mission Grove from Blackhorse Lane to Palmerston Road, then onto Willow Walk joining Selbourne Road.

A plan of the whole Quietway 2 route can be found on the TFL website.

In addition to the Quietway, Waltham Forest Council has been awarded £27million by Transport for London for the Mini-Holland Programme. This three year funded programme will allow us to make significant improvements to the borough’s walking and cycling infrastructure bringing a wealth of benefits, and encouraging more people to walk and cycle.

The Quietways will benefit from Mini-Holland design principles to improve the roads as well as walking and cycling provision.

The consultation documents along with a questionnaire have been sent to the residents and businesses immediately affected by the proposals.

Please send your comments back via post to the Low Hall Depot Address (in the free post envelope provided) or email traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk no later than 19 January 2016.

NOTE: The consultation is not open for people that do not live in the area affected. To learn more about Mini-Holland visit the enjoy Waltham Forest website.

Modifications to the scheme – Works are due to start mid-February 2016

New 20mph zones are to be installed but based upon the consultation results (see below), the Council has modified the original proposals:

  • There will be fewer road hump locations overall

  • Speed cushions are to be converted to road humps

  • 110 roads of the 187 roads consulted will have no road humps installed on them because they are short/narrow in nature and do not require speed reducing physical measures

Modified scheme plans 

The modified plans show the 20mph zone boundaries and road hump locations on all roads below.

Valley North Larkswood Hale End and Highams Park
Valley North Map (PDF 910KB) Larkswood Area Map 1(PDF 997 KB)​ Hale End and Highams Park Area Map 1 (PDF 1.1 MB)
  Larkswood Area Map 2 (PDF 1.1 MB)  Hale End and Highams Park Area Map 2 (PDF ​1.2 MB)
  Larkswood Area Map 3 (PDF 846 KB) Hale End and Highams Park Area Map 3 (PDF 1 MB)
  Larkswood Area Map 4 (PDF 1 MB) Hale End and Highams Park Area Map 4 (PDF 856 KB)
  Larkswood Area Map 5 (PDF 723 KB) Hale End and Highams Park Area Map 5 (PDF 570 KB)

Traffic order/road hump notices 

Traffic Order Notice T42a(15) - 20mph Zone (PDF 221KB)

Traffic Order Notice T42bc - traffic calming (humps) (PDF 85 KB)

The closing date for any formal written objections has now passed

Public notices showing the proposed location of new speed limits and road humps were published in the Waltham Forest News free local newspaper on 21 December 2015 and the public were offered an opportunity to object using our online form. This is part of the formal Traffic Management Order process.

We'll now consider the formal objections and may make further modifications as a result – this completes the traffic order process.

The consultation closed on 12 October 2015

The council consulted all occupiers in the areas bounded by the A406 North Circular Road, Hall Lane, New Road, Hatch Lane, Chingford Lane and Woodford New Road on proposals to introduce 20mph zones.

20mph and humps consultation - overview map (PDF 416KB)

This scheme is part of the Council’s ‘roll-out’ of 20mph speed limits across all residential streets in the borough to reduce road collisions and casualties. The roll-out supports the London Mayor’s ‘Safe Streets for London’ strategy.

Consultation results

We received 1,707 responses to the consultations which covered 11,700 properties, a response rate of 15% of the occupiers in the area. 

Of those who responded:

  • 54% supported the Council’s proposals for the introduction 20mph zones in the area

  • 46% did not support the proposals

  • 4% wished to see fewer road humps than the proposals

We are planning to install the 20mph speed limits and speed-reducing measures in the New Year 2016.

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Grove Green South area who experience parking difficulties along their streets

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Grove Green South E11: Ashville Road, Central Avenue, Chertsey Road, Dyers Hall Road, Elm Road, Grove Green Road, Hampton Road, Kimberley Road, Norlington Road, Oakdale Road, Pearcroft Road, Rhodesia Road and Thornton Road. 

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 24th February 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Grove Green South E11 Consultation Leaflet (1.5MB PDF file)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Tallack Road area who experience parking difficulties along their streets

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Tallack Road Area E10: Church Road, Estate Way, Lea Bridge Road, Marconi Road, Marsh Lane and Tallack Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 17th February 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Tallack Road Area E10 Consultation Leaflet (3.5MB PDF file)

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

Waltham Forest Council consulted residents and businesses in the Abbotts Park / Midland Road area in September / October 2016 on proposals for a new Controlled parking Zone. The closing date of was 5 October 2016. The consultation received a positive response, with 75% of those responding in favour for the introduction of parking controls.

Waltham Forest Council is now in the process of introducing of the Abbotts Park / Midland Road CPZ (white and yellow lines and associate sign plates and posts). We are working to have this completed by the 27 February 2017, which is when parking controls will come into effect.

If you are a resident of this area and own a vehicle you will need to purchase a permit by the 27 February 2017 to park your vehicle Monday to Friday 8:00am to 6:30pm.

The Link below details information about the costs for permits, how to apply and other general information related to the new (‘AM’) Controlled Parking Zone.

Abbotts Park / Midland Road CPZ Information Letter (85KB PDF file)

Streets included in the new Abbotts Park / Midland Road (‘AM’) CPZ are as follows:

Abbotts Park Road, Boscombe Avenue, Bulwer Road, Canterbury Road, Cheltenham Road, Chesterfield Road, Colchester Road, Ely Road, Epsom Road, Essex Road South, Fletcher Lane, Forest Drive West, Forest Road, Goodman Road, Griggs Road, Hainault Road, High Road Leyton, Integer Gardens, James Lane, Lambourne Road, Leigh Road, Leyton Green Road, Lyndhurst Drive, Matlock Road, Midland Road, Moyers Road, Nottingham Road, Serbin Close and Wesley Road.

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Coppermill Lane and Southcote Areas who experience parking difficulties along their streets

Waltham Forest Council therefore undertook a consultation of resident and Businesses occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets consulted are as follows:

Coppermill Lane and Southcote Areas: Blackhorse Road, Cassiobury Road, Chester Road, Coppermill Lane, Elmfield Road, Manning Road, Morland Road, Newman Road, Rensburg Road, Salop Road, Southcote Road, Tenby Road, Waterside and York Road.

A public consultation was undertaken during the period of 12 September 2016 to 30 September 2016.

The CPZ was approved for implementation in November 2016 and is now being implemented. The Permit Application Letter was delivered to resident and business occupiers on Monday 13 March 2017. The letter can be viewed through the link below

Coppermill Lane and Southcote Area Permit Application Letter (85KB PDF)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Walthamstow stadium area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Walthamstow Stadium Area E4 / E17: Chingford Road, Empress Avenue, Grove Park Avenue, Loxham Road, Minerva Road, Rushcroft Road, Wadham Avenue and Wadham Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 3 March 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Walthamstow Stadium Area E4 / E17 Consultation Leaflet (733KB PDF file)

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

Cann Hall area E11 Click to get info

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Cann Hall area who experience parking difficulties along their streets

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Bourne Road, Broxbourne Road, Cann Hall Road, Cary Road, Cheneys Road, Chichester Road, Cobbold Road, Courtenay Road, Dames Road, Elsham Road, Harrow Green, Harrow Road, Hesketh Road, Huddlestone Road, Jenny Hammond Close, Kingsdown Road, Matcham Road, Napier Road, Neville Close, Newcomen Road, Odessa Road, Pevensey Road, Ramsay Road, Robinson Close, Selby Road, Sheridan Road, Terling Close, Thorpe Road, Trumpington Road, Vansittart Road, Winchelsea Road, Woodhouse Road, Wragby Road

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. The consultation will close on Friday 17 March 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented.

Cann Hall extension E11/E7 consultation Leaflet

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Chapel End area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Chapel End Area E17: Beresford Road, Brookscroft Road, Cheshire Road, Chingford Road, Kitchener Road and Roberts Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 14 April 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Chapel End Area E17 Consultation Leaflet (600KB PDF document)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Fulbourne Road area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses.

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Fulbourne Road Area E17: Bridge End, Brookscroft Road,  Crowndale Place, Forest View Road, Fulbourne Road, Garner Road, Northbank Road, Queenswood Avenue, Sturge Avenue, St Johns Road, Sturge Avenue, Thorpe Road, Victoria Road, Warburton Terrace and Woodend Road

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 21 April 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Fulbourne Road Area E17 Consultation Leaflet (500KB PDF document)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Higham Hill area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Higham Hill Area E17: 
Billet Road, Bramley Close Clarence Road, Claremont Road, Colville Road, Cumberland Road, Fairfield Road, Gloucester Road, Hecham Close, Hamilton Road, Lee Close, Lockwood Way, Manor Road, Mayfield Road, Mount Pleasant Rd, Norfolk Road, Riverhead Close, Sutton Road, The Mile End,  Woolston Close, Worcester Road.
If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 30 June 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Higham Hill E17 Consultation Leaflet (2.8MB PDF)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Hillyfield area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Hillyfield Area E17: 
Higham Path, Higham Place, Higham Street, Hillyfield Road, Oatland Rise, Stirling Road.
If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 30th June 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Hillyfield E17 Consultation Leaflet (2.5MB PDF)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Colworth Road area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Colworth Road Area E11: Ashbridge Road, Chadwick Road, Colworth Road, Corbicum Road, Dyson Road, Esther Road, Fladgate Road, Forest Glade, Hainault Road, Kings Road, Kingswood Road, Lytton Road, Maple Road, Percy Road, Poppleton Road, Preston Road, Ripley Mews, St Andrews Road, Teesdale Road, Temple Close, Wadley Road, Wallwood Road, Whipps Cross Road and Woodriffe Road. 

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 30th June 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Colworth Road E11 Consultation Leaflet (3.7MB)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Low Hall area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Low Hall Area E17: Acacia Road, Albany Road, Argall Avenue, Brunel Road, Cockerel Road, Downsfield Road, Gresley Close, Low Hall Lane, Luther King Close, Markhouse Passage, Markhouse Road, Markmanor Avenue, Myrtle Road, Newton Close, Samantha Close, South Access Road, Springfield Road, Telford Close, Tudor Court, Verulam Avenue, Whitlle Close and William Marshal Close.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 28th July 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Low Hall Area E17 Consultation Leaflet (1.74MB PDF)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Oliver Road area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Oliver Road Area E10: Alpine Road, Camellia Close, Church Road, Etloe Road, Ive Farm Close, Larch Road, Magnolia Close, Marsh Lane, Meadows Close, Oliver Road, Osier Way, Palm Close, Pine Close, Robinia Crescent, Simonds Road, Tupelo Road, Villiers Close, Walnut Road and Wiseman Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 28 July 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Oliver Road E10 Consultation Leaflet (1.8MB)

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

In recent times the Council has been contacted by a number of residents from the Kelmscott area who experience parking difficulties along their streets.

Waltham Forest Council is therefore consulting all occupiers in this area on the possible introduction of a new Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to improve parking conditions for local residents and businesses. 

The streets being consulted are as follows:

Kelmscott Area E17: Alexandra Road, Beaconsfield Road, Boundary Road, Broomfield, Cambridge Close, Colchester Road, Gamuel Close, Gordon Close, Herbert Road, Kirk Road, Lennox Road, Longfellow Road, Markhouse Road, Portmeers Close, Queens Road, Richmond Close, Samira Close, Saxon Close, Stafford Close, Sylvester Road and Union Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a consultation leaflet, a copy of which you 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. The consultation will close on Friday 28 July 2017. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2017/18).

Kelmscott E17 Consultation Leaflet (1.9MB)

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Rowden Road, Nelson Road, Marlborough Road, High Station Avenue, Lena Kennedy Close, Beauford Close, Thurlow Close.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Walthamstow Stadium Extension Area consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on 17 December 2018. We will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Beacontree Avenue, Belle Vue Road, Carnanton Road, Castleton Road, Cobham Road, Guildford Road, Grantock Road, Hillcrest Road, Hale End Road, Heatchcroft Gardens, Longacre Road, Lamorna Close, Macdonald Road, Ulverston Road, Pentire Road, Railway Terrace, Thorpe Hall Road, Trovose Road, Woodstock Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Hale End Area consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on 3rd December 2018. We will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Rowden Road, Nelson Road, Marlborough Road, High Station Avenue, Lena Kennedy Close, Beauford Close, Thurlow Close.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Walthamstow Stadium Extension Area consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on 3 December 2018. We will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Billet Road, Bosworth Close, Carlton Road, Fair View Close, Guildsway, Higham Hill Road, Heron Close, Kelmscott Close, Lyne Crescent, Manor Close, Millfield Avenue, Mount Pleasant Road, Manor Road, Priors Croft, Rodney Place, Shaw Square, Windsor Avenue, Warwick Road, Williams Avenue, Wigton Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Higham Hill East consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on 12 November 2018. We will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Ascham End, Amber Avenue, Banbury Road, Cooper Avenue, Cormorant Close, Cogan Avenue, Durban Road, Folly Lane, Gurney Close, Greenshank Close, Grebe Close, Kimberley Road, Lawrence Avenue, McEntee Avenue, Osprey Close, Sinnott Road, Swan Close, Sandpiper Close, Swift Close, Stow Cresent, Travers Close, Valognes Avenue, Waterhall Close.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Higham Hill North consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on 12 November 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The scheme aims to reduce collisions along the road, improve the look and feel of the area, and provide better pedestrian accessibility. This scheme aims to build on the improvements introduced in 2017 as part of the Buxton School redevelopment, which included a new pedestrian crossing on Cann Hall Road by the school gates.

Find out more and complete the questionnaire on the Cann Hall Road safety improvement scheme consultation document

The streets being consulted are as follows: Buxton Drive, College Place, Forest Rise, Foresters Drive, Morgan Avenue, Oakhurst Close, Oakhurst Gardens, Salters Road, The Forest, The Risings and Woodford New Road

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Forest Rising area consultation leaflet. 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. The consultation will close on Monday 24 September 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2018/19).

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

The ME area parking zone is the CPZ area that primarily covers Walthamstow Town Centre and the surrounding residential areas. The zone extends from Howard Road and other roads bordering Forest Road to the north, to Grosvenor Park Road to the south. The furthest road east is The Drive, and furthest west is Eldon Road.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Market East Review area consultation leaflet. 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. The consultation will close on Friday 14 of September 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: St Andrews Road, Poppleton Road, Ashbridge Road, Woodriffe Road, Teesdale Road, Chadwick Road, Whipps Cross Road, Preston Road, Dyson Road, Maple Road, Fladgate Road, Forest Glade.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Green Man area consultation leaflet. 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. The consultation will close on Monday 29 June 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the next financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Lascelles Close, Clover Close, Norman Road, Gramer Close, Marchant Road, Lincoln Street, Mayville Road, West Street, Cowley Road, Lynn Road, Southwell Grove Road, Melford Road, Park Grove Road, Granleigh Road, Short Road, Woodlands Road, Trinity Close.  

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Cathall Road north consultation leaflet (PDF 3MB). 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. The consultation will close on Friday 6 July 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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

The streets being consulted are as follows: Cathall road, Apollo Place Melon Road, Orange Grove, Anglian Road, Apple Road, Birch Grove, Denmark Street, Corn Way, Pear Road, Peppermint Place.

If you live in any of the streets above you should have already received a Cathall Road south consultation leaflet (PDF 1.2MB). 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. The consultation will close on Friday 6 July 2018. The Council will then look at all responses to see if a majority of respondents would like this CPZ to be implemented during the financial year (2018/19).

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