Bowes Primary Area Quieter Neighbourhood

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We’re working with residents to make our streets quieter and safer through our Quieter Neighbourhoods project.

From 18 October to 10 November 2019, we invited the community to complete a Perception Survey for the Bowes Area to help us better understand the issues on your street and in your area. A report on the findings is now available to download via the document library to the right of this page.

We will explore a range of options that take into account the context of individual areas, considering the geographical nature and type of road network that exist in the specific area. We will be particularly careful to not introduce a measure on one residential road that then negatively impacts a nearby residential road. The ambition of the Council is to adopt a ‘Low Traffic Neighbourhood’ approach, where ‘through’ motor vehicle traffic is discouraged or removed. Individual area feasibility studies will explore the measures that could be considered.

A series of initial steps have already been taken for the Bowes area, which include a width restriction on Warwick Road and a Controlled Parking Zone east of the railway line. In addition, a further study is in progress which is a collaboration between Transport for London, Enfield and Haringey, which is focused on Palmerston Road, but is considering the wider area. The Quieter Neighbourhood work will build on this work and consider the feasibility of introducing low traffic neighbourhood zones within the area.

We’re working with residents to make our streets quieter and safer through our Quieter Neighbourhoods project.

From 18 October to 10 November 2019, we invited the community to complete a Perception Survey for the Bowes Area to help us better understand the issues on your street and in your area. A report on the findings is now available to download via the document library to the right of this page.

We will explore a range of options that take into account the context of individual areas, considering the geographical nature and type of road network that exist in the specific area. We will be particularly careful to not introduce a measure on one residential road that then negatively impacts a nearby residential road. The ambition of the Council is to adopt a ‘Low Traffic Neighbourhood’ approach, where ‘through’ motor vehicle traffic is discouraged or removed. Individual area feasibility studies will explore the measures that could be considered.

A series of initial steps have already been taken for the Bowes area, which include a width restriction on Warwick Road and a Controlled Parking Zone east of the railway line. In addition, a further study is in progress which is a collaboration between Transport for London, Enfield and Haringey, which is focused on Palmerston Road, but is considering the wider area. The Quieter Neighbourhood work will build on this work and consider the feasibility of introducing low traffic neighbourhood zones within the area.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Bowes Park Quieter Neighbourhood Perception Survey. 

    No one knows our streets better than you. In order to develop plans to address high traffic speeds and volume in your area, we want to understand your insights and experiences of your residential streets.

    Please complete the survey below to provide your feedback. 

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Bowes Park Quieter Neighbourhood Perception Survey. 

    No one knows our streets better than you. In order to develop plans to address high traffic speeds and volume in your area, we want to understand your insights and experiences of your residential streets.

    Please complete the survey below to provide your feedback. 

    Take Survey
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Bowes Park Quieter Neighbourhood Perception Survey. 

    No one knows our streets better than you. In order to develop plans to address high traffic speeds and volume in your area, we want to understand your insights and experiences of your residential streets.

    Please complete the survey below to provide your feedback. 

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Bowes Park Quieter Neighbourhood Perception Survey. 

    No one knows our streets better than you. In order to develop plans to address high traffic speeds and volume in your area, we want to understand your insights and experiences of your residential streets.

    Please complete the survey below to provide your feedback. 

    Take Survey
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