Antill Road area

Tower Hamlets Council would like to hear from you on proposed road safety improvements for the Antill Road area.

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Background

Tower Hamlets Council is consulting people in the Antill Road area on proposed speed-reducing measures to support the 20mph scheme.

The proposal supports the London Mayor’s “Safe Streets for London” strategy, and the Council’s commitment to reduce the number of collisions and injuries on London’s roads, as well as make the streets better places to walk and cycle.

Proposed changes

Tower Hamlets Council proposes to introduce a number of traffic calming measures to improve road safety on the area. These include:

  • A new raised junction at Selwyn Road, Viking Close, Norman Grove and Saxon Road.
  • A new speed table (raised section) on Antill Road between Selwyn Road and Coborn Road, to slow vehicles down and stop them from cutting the corner.
  • Replacing existing speed cushions with either asphalt speed cushions or sinusoidal humps.
  • New sinusoidal humps for Antill Road and Medway Road. Sinusoidal humps slow vehicles but are better for cyclists.
  • As well as replacing the traffic calming on Medway Road we shall reposition them to slow vehicles more effectively.
  • New 20mph signage at the zone entrances on roads that currently do not have any.
  • Repainting existing 20mph road markings.
  • Resurfacing Selwyn Road.

Please click on the map below to see the details.

Have your say now – the consultation will close Sunday 23 July.

Have your say

We want everyone who lives and works in the local area to have their say on the proposals. There are a number of ways you can do this:

If you require a paper copy, translation or other format please phone Project Centre who are managing the consultation on behalf of Tower Hamlets Council on 020 3092 0401 or email us.

The consultation will close Sunday 23 July 2017.

Thank you for your feedback.

What happens next?

The results of this consultation will be analysed and presented to Councillors for a final decision. If the proposal is accepted work is expected to start in the autumn.

Background

Background

Tower Hamlets Council is consulting people in the Antill Road area on proposed speed-reducing measures to support the 20mph scheme.

The proposal supports the London Mayor’s “Safe Streets for London” strategy, and the Council’s commitment to reduce the number of collisions and injuries on London’s roads, as well as make the streets better places to walk and cycle.

Proposed changes

Proposed changes

Tower Hamlets Council proposes to introduce a number of traffic calming measures to improve road safety on the area. These include:

  • A new raised junction at Selwyn Road, Viking Close, Norman Grove and Saxon Road.
  • A new speed table (raised section) on Antill Road between Selwyn Road and Coborn Road, to slow vehicles down and stop them from cutting the corner.
  • Replacing existing speed cushions with either asphalt speed cushions or sinusoidal humps.
  • New sinusoidal humps for Antill Road and Medway Road. Sinusoidal humps slow vehicles but are better for cyclists.
  • As well as replacing the traffic calming on Medway Road we shall reposition them to slow vehicles more effectively.
  • New 20mph signage at the zone entrances on roads that currently do not have any.
  • Repainting existing 20mph road markings.
  • Resurfacing Selwyn Road.

Please click on the map below to see the details.

Have your say now – the consultation will close Sunday 23 July.

Have your say

Have your say

We want everyone who lives and works in the local area to have their say on the proposals. There are a number of ways you can do this:

If you require a paper copy, translation or other format please phone Project Centre who are managing the consultation on behalf of Tower Hamlets Council on 020 3092 0401 or email us.

The consultation will close Sunday 23 July 2017.

Thank you for your feedback.

What happens next?

What happens next?

The results of this consultation will be analysed and presented to Councillors for a final decision. If the proposal is accepted work is expected to start in the autumn.

Interactive Map - Antill Road Area

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Have your say

Fill in the short survey (to the right)

Submit your ideas on our interactive map (above)

Email your comments to towerhamlets.consultation@projectcentre.co.uk

If you require a paper copy, translation or other format please phone Project Centre who are managing the consultation on behalf of Tower Hamlets Council on 020 3092 0401 or email towerhamlets.consultation@projectcentre.co.uk.


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