Station Lane Proposed Collisions Reduction Programme

Closed 10 Feb 2023

Opened 20 Jan 2023


Havering Council is looking for your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Station Lane in Hornchurch.

It follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,100 vehicles per hour use Station Lane with speeds of up to 50 mph regularly recorded.  Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of 26 personal injury collisions (PICs) along Station Lane over a five-year period.  Of these 26 PICs, 6 were serious; 12 involved pedestrians and 9 occurred during the hours of darkness.

With funding being provided by the Mayor of London’s Transport for London office (TfL), we can now look at a proposed scheme including the following:

  • Raised Pelican Crossing
  • Raised Zebra Crossing
  • Speed Table
  • Road Markings

We would like to have your comments on these proposals.  The relevant notice of proposals and plan can be seen below, and along with the public consultation letter, can all also be found in the related documents section further below.

Any person desiring to object to the proposals or make other representation should send a statement in writing and the grounds thereof to Senior Schemes Engineer, Traffic and Parking, Town Hall, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BB, or by email at, quoting reference QV006 to arrive by Friday 10 February 2023.


What happens next

Your comments will be noted and taken into consideration when presenting the final report to the Council’s Lead Member for Environment and any issues will be addressed at that time.


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