Update to the Proposed Interventions Map

On 17 January 2024 we commenced the second phase of community engagement on the proposed Bowes East Quieter Neighbourhood. We delivered letters to residents and businesses in the area which included a map of the proposed interventions. Thank you to those who are already engaging with us on the proposals. In response to feedback received, we have made some minor updates to the map to display the proposed interventions more clearly. The updated map can be found in the ‘Maps & Drawings’ folder in the document section of this webpage.

The updates include:

  • Changed the sign at the junction of Melville Gardens with the A406 from a banned right turn to a left turn only, to correctly reflect the existing permitted movement at this junction.
  • Changed the icon of the proposed pedestrian crossing upgrade to help differentiate between that and the existing pedestrian crossings.
  • Included a shape to better show the location of the School Street camera enforced timed closures.
  • Removed the existing one-way traffic arrow from Princes Avenue, east of Fairbrook Road, as this section of road has two-way traffic. The inclusion of the one-way traffic arrow was an error and there are no proposals to make this section of Princes Avenue one-way.
  • Added an existing gate that is located on Fairbrook Road.
  • Updated the graphics for the proposed traffic calming measures to show that these would be considered along Melville Gardens/Wolves Lane. We do not yet have specific locations for traffic calming features, but wanted to share that traffic calming is being considered along this stretch of road.
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