Enfield Council is proposing to put segregated cycle lanes, next to the kerb on both sides of the road from Enfield Town to Palmers Green Library.
Residents will lose dozens of parking spaces along London Road, Park Avenue, Village Road, Ridge Avenue and Green Lanes
There will be a massive loss of on-street parking which is used for shopping, visiting restaurants, picking up takeaways, appointments with dentists, doctors, hairdressers and other places which are an important part of our local lives.
There will be limited parking and delivery bays, located outside of the cycle lanes.
Buses will have to stop on the carriageway to allow passengers on and off – across the cycle lane.
Enfield will be the first outer London borough to remove the Blue Badge scheme from our local shopping parades.
Enfield Council says it is doing this to build a
“Better Enfield” is this what you think?
Judge rejects SOGL’s Judicial Review
– an appeal to be submitted shortly
Secondly in his judgment, the council has given us a second opportunity to make comments at the statutory consultation.
SAVE OUR GREEN LANES (SOGL) IS IN THE PROCESS OF APPEALING ON THIS DECISION.
The judge concluded that it is acceptable for a local authority to make claims for which there are no grounds, and to then not tell residents the truth when later analyses show those claims to be false.
THERE WERE A LARGE NUMBER OF OBJECTIONS SUBMITTED
TO THE A105 STATUTORY CONSULTATION
Click on the image below to read the SOGL objection leaflet which was circulated to 15,000 households and businesses in proximity to the A105
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