Update 16 December 2021

The opportunity to provide feedback on the Fox Lane Area Quieter Neighbourhood continues until 11.59pm on Tuesday 11 January 2022.

After this date, Officers will finalise a report for this project which will evaluate the outcomes of the trial and take into account residents’ feedback.

The normal process of governance will apply, meaning that:

  • The report and its recommendations will be published on the Council website ahead of any decision been made – this is expected by the end of January 2022
  • After the report has been published, a minimum of 5 working days will follow before the Leader of the Council will make a decision on this project
  • This decision will be published online and the project page will be updated – this is expected in early February
  • This decision will be open to scrutiny through the established ‘call in’ process
  • The outcome of any ‘call in’ process will determine whether the decision can be implemented or whether any further action is required
  • A final decision is expected by the 7th March 2022, the date that the Experimental Traffic Order expires.

More information on the Council Overview & Scrutiny process and explanations of ‘call in’ can be found here.

The community can continue to provide their views on this trial as part of the ongoing consultation process. If you would like to do so, objections and representations to the ETO can continue to be made. All responses will be considered alongside objections and representations previously made. Please make your objection or representation in writing stating the grounds on which it is being made and quoting the reference TG52/1451. You can send this via one of the following means:

  • By email to traffic@enfield.gov.uk, or
  • By writing to ATTN Healthy Streets, Enfield Council, Silver St, Enfield, EN1 3XA.

Objections received via email to HealthyStreets@enfield.gov.uk will also continue to be considered. Objections must be received by 11.59pm on Tuesday 11 January 2022. Please note that any letter or email you write to the Council in response to the ETO may, upon written request, be made available to the press or to the public.

Whilst the Council will not be providing individual responses to any further comments, these will be responded to in the published report, along with the rest of feedback that has already been received.

The monitoring plan for the project, along with a range of additional information, remains available for review in the document library on this page.

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