Category: Roads and Traffic

August 18, 2011
Traffic cut in half on Hornsey Park Road... temporarily.

National Grid’s proposed temporary one way system for Hornsey Park Road from 30th August for eight weeks will provide an interesting test of quite how well the new spine road could cope as a permanent diversion for at least half of all traffic. We propose to ask the council to monitor the effect of the […]

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April 7, 2011
Improvement at zebra crossing - Hornsey Rark Rd/Mayes Rd

We received the following note from John McQueen, Project Engineer for the London Borough of Haringey "As instructed by my manager I’ve made the following amendments to the design as suggested in your constructive correspondence. The changes are as following: Realigned zebra crossing 2 extra trees Imprint surface as seen on Ravenstone Road Removal of […]

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March 13, 2011
From the Council: Junction improvements at Hornsey Park Road/Mayes Road N22

The following has been received from the council and will be discussed at our General Meeting at the 16th of March 2010: (You may also want to read this previous post: Another two accidents in Hornsey Park Road) Download PDF with Map Sustainable Transport River Park House, 225 High Road, Wood Green, London N22 8HQ […]

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February 12, 2011
30% increase in parking charges. Taxation by the back door?

Following concerns raised by a substantial number of residents, the Association objected, in the strongest terms to the proposed 30% increase in parking charges. No valid reason for the increase has been given. Under the rules, the Council should only levy increases necessary to meet policy objectives, such as good parking management, discouraging forecourt parking, […]

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February 12, 2011
Another two accidents in Hornsey Park Road

Our letter to Clair Kober, Haringey Council Leader: Dear Clair, Tonight, the road was closed again after a head on collision on the bend north of  Malvern Road. Also, since yesterday, one beacon on the HPR/Mayes Road zebra has been completely flattened. God knows what would have happened if someone had been waiting to cross. You […]

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November 13, 2010
Consultation response with a proposed Strategy for traffic management for Hornsey Park area

As part of the consultation, here is the strategy proposed by PMRA that supports the ‘Going Green’ strategy and endorses that residents are against any closure of the High Road for traffic: - The Strategy. PMRA supports the Council’s ‘Going Green’, Haringey’s Greenest Borough strategy 2008 – 18.  To promote sustainable travel as the strategy […]

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August 14, 2010
Traffic slowing on Hornsey Park Road: How to move on?

The last General Meeting overall welcomed the 20 mph limit now applying to Hornsey Park Road, but still many questions remain to be answered. What further traffic calming measures could be introduced? Should the pavements be extended narrowing space for traffic? Are the speed humps having an impact or are they adding noise and damage […]

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May 30, 2010
Vote for our 2010 Making the Difference bid

 This year's bid is for planters at the junctions of Mayes Road and Park Ridings and Hornsey Park Road/Mayes Road, to be maintained by the Association through an agreement with the Council. These will help create attractive ‘gateways' to our area, reinforcing the residential character of the streets, instead of the 'traffic' corridor preferred by […]

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April 9, 2010
Time to improve dangerous footpath at Hornsey railway bridge

This week's  Hornsey Journal has exposed Haringey Council's excuses for not widening this vital footpath as muddled and confused. While Cllr John Bevan, cabinet member for Environment claims the council cannot do anything, TfL has confirmed to the Hornsey Journal that the road is wide enough to allow the path to be widened and that they were, and remain […]

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March 12, 2010
Noel Park Conservatives are backing PMRA

Maybe it's the upcoming elections, maybe it is just common sense winning the day, but Parkside Malvern Residents Association are getting a lot of support from local politicians for their campaign to distribute the traffic that is currently shouldered by Hornsey Park Road alone.

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