Liveable Crouch End Trial

The London Borough of Haringey want your feedback on the Liveable Crouch End Trial happening between 7-20 October

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The Trial

As part of the Liveable Crouch End project for two weeks there will be changes to the road layout near the town centre including on:

  • Middle Lane and surrounding roads
  • Weston Park

The trial will be held from Monday 7 October to Sunday 20 October.

Changes to the roads in the Crouch End area:

  • Middle Lane will have a bus/cycle only gate at its northern end with Priory Road / Hornsey High Street – operating between 7am and 7pm
  • Middle Lane will have a second closure point with a public area for pedestrians and cycles at its southern end, near Park Road – operating 24 hours a day
  • Hillfield Ave will have a closure point (access for pedestrians and cycles only) at its junction with High Street – operating 24 hours a day
  • Birkbeck Road will have a closure point (access for pedestrians and cycles only) just south of its junction with St Mary’s Road – operating 24 hours a day
  • Weston Park will have a closure point with a small public area for pedestrians and cycles where it meets The Broadway – operating 24 hours a day

The trial closures are not of entire roads, but just of small sections near the junctions, represented by the symbols on the map. All roads will still be accessible via car, but the way you drive around the area will be different. Signs will be in place and the proposed diversion routes can be viewed below.

The closure points

For a detailed plan of each of the closure points and any changes to parking please click here to view a PDF of the layout of each closure.

Tell us what you think

Please complete the survey during the trial or tell us what works well / badly and any alternative options you think might be better on the map below.

Background

Haringey Council has been awarded £4.8 million of funding by Transport for London to carry out a Liveable Neighbourhoods scheme in the Crouch End area. The scheme aims to encourage more:

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Public transport

This can be achieved by improving the look and feel of the area, providing better and safer infrastructure, and improving air quality.

Workshops and a survey were conducted earlier in the year with local residents and businesses where the top suggestions for improvement were:

  • Cycling Infrastructure
  • Pedestrian spaces and crossings
  • Traffic impact
  • Air Quality

These trials will provide an opportunity to:

  • Feel what it is like to have a low traffic area that makes it easier to walk and cycle to school, work and the town centre
  • See the potential of two public spaces
  • Learn what impact these changes might have to traffic movement

Have your say

We want to know how the Liveable Crouch End trial is affecting you and if you have any suggestion for improvements that could help us with the final scheme proposals.

To share your views with us please:

  1. Fill in the survey at the bottom of this page
  2. Use the map below to submit your suggestions for improvements at specific locations
  3. Email us your comments: liveablecrouchend@haringey.gov.uk
  4. Call us during the trial: 07880 478951

More information

For additional information please:

Visit: www.haringey.gov.uk/liveablecrouchend and go to the Trials page. 

Email us at: liveablecrouchend@haringey.gov.uk

Speak with us: The information desk at Hornsey Library has now been closed. There are Project Centre and Haringey Council staff available 7am – 7pm at the closure points if you need to speak with someone. You can also call us on 07880 478951 Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm to give us your feedback or ask for information.

The Trial

The Trial

As part of the Liveable Crouch End project for two weeks there will be changes to the road layout near the town centre including on:

  • Middle Lane and surrounding roads
  • Weston Park

The trial will be held from Monday 7 October to Sunday 20 October.

Changes to the roads in the Crouch End area:

  • Middle Lane will have a bus/cycle only gate at its northern end with Priory Road / Hornsey High Street – operating between 7am and 7pm
  • Middle Lane will have a second closure point with a public area for pedestrians and cycles at its southern end, near Park Road – operating 24 hours a day
  • Hillfield Ave will have a closure point (access for pedestrians and cycles only) at its junction with High Street – operating 24 hours a day
  • Birkbeck Road will have a closure point (access for pedestrians and cycles only) just south of its junction with St Mary’s Road – operating 24 hours a day
  • Weston Park will have a closure point with a small public area for pedestrians and cycles where it meets The Broadway – operating 24 hours a day

The trial closures are not of entire roads, but just of small sections near the junctions, represented by the symbols on the map. All roads will still be accessible via car, but the way you drive around the area will be different. Signs will be in place and the proposed diversion routes can be viewed below.

The closure points

For a detailed plan of each of the closure points and any changes to parking please click here to view a PDF of the layout of each closure.

Tell us what you think

Please complete the survey during the trial or tell us what works well / badly and any alternative options you think might be better on the map below.

Background

Background

Haringey Council has been awarded £4.8 million of funding by Transport for London to carry out a Liveable Neighbourhoods scheme in the Crouch End area. The scheme aims to encourage more:

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Public transport

This can be achieved by improving the look and feel of the area, providing better and safer infrastructure, and improving air quality.

Workshops and a survey were conducted earlier in the year with local residents and businesses where the top suggestions for improvement were:

  • Cycling Infrastructure
  • Pedestrian spaces and crossings
  • Traffic impact
  • Air Quality

These trials will provide an opportunity to:

  • Feel what it is like to have a low traffic area that makes it easier to walk and cycle to school, work and the town centre
  • See the potential of two public spaces
  • Learn what impact these changes might have to traffic movement
Have your say

Have your say

We want to know how the Liveable Crouch End trial is affecting you and if you have any suggestion for improvements that could help us with the final scheme proposals.

To share your views with us please:

  1. Fill in the survey at the bottom of this page
  2. Use the map below to submit your suggestions for improvements at specific locations
  3. Email us your comments: liveablecrouchend@haringey.gov.uk
  4. Call us during the trial: 07880 478951
More information

More information

For additional information please:

Visit: www.haringey.gov.uk/liveablecrouchend and go to the Trials page. 

Email us at: liveablecrouchend@haringey.gov.uk

Speak with us: The information desk at Hornsey Library has now been closed. There are Project Centre and Haringey Council staff available 7am – 7pm at the closure points if you need to speak with someone. You can also call us on 07880 478951 Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm to give us your feedback or ask for information.

Liveable Crouch End Trial

Please plot your comments on the map below. Please tell us how the Liveable Crouch End Trial is affecting you and if you have any suggestion for improvements that could help us with the final scheme proposals. Please provide your contact details if you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive updates about the Liveable Crouch End scheme.


Have your say

Please fill in the survey by Sunday 20 October and tell us how the Liveable Crouch End Trial is affecting you and if you have any suggestion for improvements that could help us with the final scheme proposals.

Please provide your contact details if you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive updates about the Liveable Crouch End scheme.


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Thank you to everyone who submitted feedback during the trial. This survey is now closed.