Acre Lane will see a speed table installed plus several humps from neighbouring roads, if new proposals are approved. A current consultation has the following plans:
A full speed table at the junction of Acre Lane and Baytree Road
Road humps at the junctions of Acre Lane with Branksome Road and Strathleven Road, and several roads on the north side of Acre Lane
These changes are designed to reduce drivers’ speeds when turning and to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians. The measures will, in addition, provide a level surface for pedestrians crossing the side roads.
If you have an objections or any other representation relating to the proposed road humps, you should make them in writing. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made and should be sent to Barbara Poulter by 6 March 2020 by emails to email@example.com quoting reference A2217 COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAMME. Any objection may be communicated to, or be seen by, other persons who may have an interest in this matter.
A consultation has started on a series of new bike hangars across Brixton Hill ward. These are part of a phased programme to create 1,000 new hangar spaces across Lambeth by 2022 to support residents who have a bike but cannot store them at their home. We know that despite having more hangars than anywhere else, many Brixton Hill residents are still on the waiting list and have pushed hard for this investment in the ward.
Following lobbying by Brixton Hill councillors, a number of new street trees are to be located around the area a part of a Lambeth-wide programme. Whilst contributing to create a more attractive environment for all, the planting will also improve the overall environmental quality, (including air quality and noise reduction), of our neighbourhood.
Subject to final ground scan surveys the locations chosen are:
Baytree Road (several including Ginkgo and Juneberry trees, sadly no Baytrees)
Lyham Road (a number of ornamental pear trees)
Sudbourne Road (nine new trees including oak, Prunus and field maple)
Trent Road (four to include a crabapple)
Treeplanting is starting this month and will continue through to April. Residents in roads affected are currently being written to to let them know about the project.
The borough-wide planting programme will be funded by the Transport for London LIP and GLA grants.
A planning application has been submitted for the site currently home to Diamond Merchants, the hardware and tool hire company on Acre Lane on the corner with Baytree Road.
The plans involve ‘Demolition of buildings and erection of a part 2, part 4. part 5 and part 6-storey building plus basement to provide 610sqm of retail space (A1 Use Class), 25 flats and 2 family houses together with associated cycle and waste storage and hard and soft landscaping to form communal amenity space.’
The site neighbours the planned extension of Sudbourne School and faces the Trinity conservation area. Councillors are concerned that no affordable homes are included in the plans and will be objecting on this basis.
Due to popular demand, new bike hangars are to be installed in various locations across the Brixton Hill ward. The bike hangars are operated by Cyclehoop and allow residents to rent a secure and dry space for their bicycle.
Hangars are to be installed at the following locations:
Baytree Road (by Effra Court)
Beverstone Road – one outside No. 11 and another outside Nos. 10/12
Branksome Road – one outside 15/17 and another outside No. 88
Lambert Road – one outside No. 36, another by No. 45 and another outside No. 55
Lyham Road – outside Nos. 7/8 Clapham Park Terrace, and outside Nos. 13/14 Clapham Park Terrace
Mandrell Road – to the side of 110 Strathleven Road
Strathleven Road – outside No. 40, another outside No. 56, and another outside Nos. 69/71