|One Way To Go For Stile Hall Gardens?|
Council looks at traffic calming measures for 'well-known cut-through'
The Chiswick Area Monitoring Committee are currently looking at introducing traffic calming measures for Stile Hall Gardens.
Described by Friends of Stile Hall Gardens as a well-known cut through, one of the road's residents spoke during the public forum of last week's meeting alerting the Committee of the concerns amongst locals over the speed and volume of traffic passing through the road.
Amongst the points raised were:
Friends of Stile Hall Gardens had canvassed the opinions of residents on the road by circulating a letter to every household. Out of a total of 71 households, 33 households responded supporting the request for the Council to consider the matter.
The suggestions put forward by residents and Friends of Stile Hall Gardens are:
According to the Council, the estimate cost of providing a 20mph zone scheme within the catchment area defined is £100,000. The Director of Finance commented that, should the Committee decide on any proposal, work will not be able to proceed until such time as the necessary funding source is identified.
Full details of the proposals can be viewed here.
June 12, 2009