The majority of the onsite lining and signing works are complete, bar a few issues that are currently being tidied up. Due to the large nature of the CPZ there may be some other issues that come to light in the early phase of the implementation so please keep us posted and we’ll pass on all relevant information so any teething concerns can be resolved accordingly.
The StreetWorks project has been busy of late working with cyclists regarding wider pavements near Ira Court, and the developing one way system by Tulse Hill.
Furthermore, the StreetWorks project has been nominated for The Association for Project Management awards in the category of Social Project of the Year. This is for our work on project management training with young people in West Norwood and Tulse Hill.
In other news StreetWorks are going to be designing some posters and leaflets to give to businesses along Norwood Road – but would like it if someone locally could help. Do you have a flair for graphic design, and want to help explain the project to others in the area? Drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is a Lambeth Council notice regarding he implementation of the forthcoming introduction of CPZ on Trinity Rise, Brockwell Park Gardens and a small section of Norwood Road.
If you have any questions please contact us.
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that to enable works to be carried out to implement the new Brixton Hill “D” and “F” Controlled Parking Zones and the new Vassall “V” Controlled Parking Zone and the extension of the Brixton “B”, Brixton “Q”, Camberwell “A”, Clapham “L” and Tulse Hill “H” Controlled Parking Zones, the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth intend to make an Order the effect of which would be to temporarily ban parking and waiting by vehicles (including waiting for the purpose of loading or unloading the vehicle) in the roads and lengths of roads specified in the Schedule to this Notice.
2.The ban on parking and waiting by vehicles would only apply at such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by the placing of the appropriate traffic signs.
3.The Order would come into force on 21st August 2017 and it would continue for a maximum duration of 3 months or until the works have been completed, whichever is the sooner.
In March /April 2017 there was a consultation on the possibility of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) that would extend onto Trinity Rise, Brockwell Park Gardens and the section of Norwood Rd between Rosendale rd and Trinity Rise. It was suggested that the existing Tulse Hill ‘H’ CPZ be extended with bays and single yellow lines operating Mondays to Fridays between 12pm and 2pm.
The council has taken the decision to proceed with the implementation of a Controlled Parking Zone in the ‘Brixton Hill’ area, subject to the outcome of a statutory consultation.
This will have an impact on Trinity Rise, Brockwell Park Gardens and the section of Norwood road between the junction of Norwood road /Rosendale road up to Trinity Rise. The consultation runs from Wednesday 22 March to Wednesday 19 April 2017.
In short, the Council has agreed to proceed with a statutory consultation to:
introduce a new ‘D’ CPZ to be operational Mondays to Fridays between 8.30am and 6.30pm;
introduce a new ‘F’ CPZ to be operational Mondays to Fridays between 12pm and 2pm;
extend the existing Clapham L CPZ, with bays operating Mondays to Fridays from 10am to Noon and single yellow lines operating Mondays to Fridays between 9am and 6pm;
extend the existing Brixton Hill ‘Q’ CPZ, with bays operating Mondays to Fridays from 10am to Noon and single yellow lines operating Mondays to Fridays between 8.30am and 6.30pm;
extend the existing Tulse Hill ‘H’ CPZ, with bays and single yellow lines operating Mondays to Fridays between 12pm and 2pm.
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Norwood Road was closed to traffic in both directions on Tuesday evening as police pulled over a car suspected to be carrying firearms. A 23 year old man and a 30 year old woman were arrested on suspicion of possession of firearms. The man was tasered when he reportedly refused to comply with officers, and was taken to hospital as a precaution before being taken into custody.
A search of the car revealed what police believe to be a Mac10 machine pistol and ammunition. These have been sent for forensic testing.
Detective Superintendent Mark Maberly of the Trident and Area Crime Command said: “Trident is committed in its efforts to proactively target those supplying and possessing firearms. We continue to work with the local community to tackle gun enabled crime and the associated criminality that comes with it. These types of operations can be challenging but are conducted by highly trained officers to bring about a safe resolution and ultimately make London streets safer.”
If you have any information about gun or gang crime you can contact Trident via 101. To give information anonymously please contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.