Wednesday, June 12, 2013


Sutton Council is proposing to install a new Pelican signal controlled crossing in Stanley Park Road outside Bandon Hill Primary, Woodfield School (the site of the old Stanley Park High School). The location of the crossing was agreed at the Beddington & Wallington Local Committee and with Transport for London.

The Pelican signal controlled crossing has been designed to provide a safe crossing point on Stanley Park Road outside the school for pedestrians, particularly primary aged pupils and parents attending the school which is due to open in September this year. Proposals for yellow lines are being put forward to prevent obstructive parking outside the school.

The proposal is to:
1. install a Pelican signal controlled crossing in Stanley Park Road outside the school (see the drawing on this article) along with zig-zag markings where parking, loading and unloading will be prohibited;
2. introduce and amend existing double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions; and
3. introduce single yellow line waiting restrictions operating 8.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays inclusive.

Local residents in Stanley Park Road who live close to the school will receive a consultation letter asking for their views about the proposals.

A copy of the statutory Notice of Proposal can be viewed by clicking this link under Reference No. WL943 or T20110. Copies will also be displayed in Stanley Park Road relevant to where the restrictions and signal controlled crossing are being proposed.

If you wish to make any representations on the proposals please write to Caroline McGlynn, Highways, Transport and Smarter Travel , 24 Denmark Road, CARSHALTON, Surrey, SM5 2JG by Thursday 4 July 2013; quoting the Reference No. WL943 and T20110.  Alternatively you can email the council at You will need to give your postal address for your views to be considered. All correspondence we receive will be acknowledged. 

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