Traffic Calming Measures

Closed 6 Oct 2019

Opened 18 Sep 2019

Overview

Havering Council is proposing to introduce traffic calming measures in three areas in the borough in response to concerns raised by local residents about speeding traffic. 

 

The three areas are:

  • Dury Falls Estate
  • Percy Road, Linley Crescent and Hainault Road
  • Around Mead School

 

Detailed drawings for these three areas showing our proposals to mitigate residents concerns can be found in the related documents section below.

We invite your comments on these proposals.  Comments can be made by clicking and following the link in the box below.

 

What Happens Next

The decision on the scheme will be made through our Highways Advisory Committee.

The responses to this consultation will be discussed at the committees’ meeting on the 30th October 2019 at 7:00pm in Havering Town Hall, Main Road, Romford.

The agenda for the meeting, which will include the officers’ report, will be available to view on the Council and Democracy pages of the Councils’ website prior to the meeting.

The committee is open to the public and the Councils’ Constitution allows for one person to speak in support and one person to speak in objection to the proposals.

Each person will have up to a maximum of 3 minutes to speak. You must pre-register to speak and it is on a ‘first come first served basis’; if you are not the first person to register it is unlikely you will be able to speak at the committee. If you would like to register to speak please contact Taiwo Adeoye on (01708) 433079 no later than the 28th October 2019.

The committee review all of the issues connected with the proposals and make a recommendation to the Cabinet Member for Environment, who will make the final decision.

Events

  • Highways Advisory Committee

    From 30 Oct 2019 at 19:00 to 30 Oct 2019 at 22:00

    The responses to this consultation will be discussed at the committees’ meeting on the 30th October 2019 at 7:00pm in Havering Town Hall, Main Road, Romford.

Audiences

  • Drivers
  • Cyclists
  • Pedestrians
  • Van and Lorry drivers
  • Road Users

Interests

  • Local Plans
  • Roads
  • Traffic
  • Congestion
  • Air Quality
  • Environment