Your local Councillors would like to hear your views on whether the railings on the corner of Lower Addiscombe Road, Cherry Orchard Road and Morland Road should be removed. Please let us know by Sunday 1st May 2016 as to whether you support or oppose the proposal to remove the … Continue reading
In September we launched a consultation on whether residents would be interested in 20MPH zones on residential roads in Addiscombe. A letter and return postcard was distributed to every house and residents could either return the card or complete the online survey. Almost 300 people took part with approximately 50/50 … Continue reading
Major Disruptions to all car users, trams, and bus uses will occur during the week of 20th April 2011 and 26th April 2011 when Transport for London (TFL) will carry out major works to the tramlines at East Croydon. No Trams between East Croydon and Sandilands between Wednesday 20th to … Continue reading
The Conservative Council plan to extend the CPZ parking hours in Addiscombe have been defeated by an overwhelming response from residents opposed to the changes.
Your Addiscombe Councillors presented a petition to the Council meeting on Monday 31st January with almost 600 names from residents urging the Conservative controlled council to reconsider the CPZ hour changes. We have also received many letters and spoken to residents on the doorsteps who are concerned about these changes. Continue reading
The conservative council are proposing changes to local parking which will significantly impact many Addiscombe residents. It is proposed that all the outer central Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), which currently operate from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, will be brought in line with the restrictions currently in place in the Central Zone. This will mean that all CPZ hours in Addiscombe will be 8am to Midnight Monday to Sunday, including Bank Holidays.
I wrote to all the residents on Lebanon Road before being elected and promised I would canvass their views on how we can improve the road, especially with regards to traffic. Continue reading