Have your say on road improvements in your area

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We want to hear your views regarding proposed road and highways improvements in your area of the borough.

Please click on the survey below that's relevant to you and tell us what you think.

We will be updating this page regularly with results of previous consultations and any new surveys.

We want to hear your views regarding proposed road and highways improvements in your area of the borough.

Please click on the survey below that's relevant to you and tell us what you think.

We will be updating this page regularly with results of previous consultations and any new surveys.

  • We want to hear your views regarding the effectiveness of the “Roads East of Richmond Road” PPA in your road.

    You can let us know what you think by completing our short survey below by 24 February 2020. 

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  • We want to hear your views regarding the following proposals for improvement in the Sunray Estate.

    You can let us know what you think by completing our short survey below by 22 March 2020. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We want to hear your views regarding the introduction of passing places and a raised pedestrian crossing in Latchmere Lane.

    You can let us know what you think by completing our short survey below by 19 August 2019. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We want to hear your views regarding your perception of parking in the Beaconsfield Road area, i.e. Beaconsfield Road, Birchington Road, Broomfield Road, Derby Road, Gordon Road and Hollyfield Road.

    You can let us know what you think by completing our short survey below by 19 July 2019. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Kingston Town Neighbourhood Committee RESOLVED that:

    1. The results of the consultation are noted;

    2. Given the low response rate and for the reasons explained in the report, no immediate action is taken on the proposal for the conversion into a single-controlled junction, but a further report is presented in one year’s time to consider any further collisions which may have occurred; and

    3. A Traffic Management Order is published (including consultation) to convert the five parking bays from parking permit only to pay and display to enable customers to access the local businesses.

    View the final committee report. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Kingston Town Neighbourhood Committee agreed to consult residents about a proposal to convert King’s Road, New Road and Tudor Road into one-way roads. The scheme is being considered due to a petition from residents raising concerns about levels of through-traffic, congestion and air pollution. Traffic calming measures are being proposed. 

    This consultation has now closed - you can view the final committee report for results. 

    Please note: 
    There is a correction to item 9 of the report.
    Paragraph 15, page C4, reads: 
    “64.5% out of the overall responses received, support the introduction of one way working in Kings Road between Park Road and Queens Road, New Road, and Tudor Road, and 31.6% do not support the proposed one-way scheme in these roads”. 

    This should read: 47.5% in favour / 50.2% against (as outlined on Annex 2, page C9)"

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Over the years, ward councillors and Highways officers have received emails and met with residents concerned about speeding in Ditton Road. Workshops were held in 2019 where residents described the issues and looked at different options to help address the matter.

    So far we have introduced the following measures to help reduce speeding on Ditton Road: 

    • Speed humps ;
    • The road has been  made 20mph;
    • Bigger and additional 20mph signs were introduced;
    • White 20mph ‘roundels’ were painted on the road;
    • The ‘smiley face’ speed check is activated on a rotating basis;
    • White hatch markings have been painted in the middle of the widest parts of the road;
    • New traffic islands have been introduced to give residents a refuge to shelter from speeding vehicles;
    • The pavement at the junction with Hook Road has been extended to discourage motorists from entering the road at speed.

    Ward councillors have asked for a review of the various measures that have been introduced to establish the impact they are having. Please fill out the following form to let us know your thoughts.

    All comments made will be considered and reported to the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee or similar platform. Unfortunately we are unable to provide individual feedback.

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