Angel Hill Consultation

Closed 8 Jan 2017

Opened 1 Dec 2016

Feedback updated 24 Feb 2017

We asked

In December 2016 the Council carried out a Consultation on a proposal to introduce a signalised crossing at the Angel Hill junction and making the crossing Shared-Use so that cyclists could also use it (and the footways around the crossing).

You said

There were 17 responses in total to the consultation.

12 people (60%) agreed and the majority of the 12 people strongly agreed with the proposal to introduce a “staggered” Pedestrian Crossing at the Angel Hill junction location.

There was an approximately 50/50 split in terms of those in favour and those against making the crossing Shared-Use.

We did

The Council in conjunction with Ward Members has made the decision to progress the scheme to implement a Pedestrian Crossing at this location, but has decided to not progress the Shared Use option at this stage. Where the Crossing design, would not have significantly changed between the proposals, it allows this concept to be re-considered in the future should residents views change.


The London Borough of Sutton has secured Local Implementation Plan (LIP) funding from Transport for London (TfL), to carry out improvements to the Angel Hill Junction (junction with All Saints Road and Sutton Common Road).

Residents had told the Council about the lack of pedestrian facilities at the Angel Hill junction. The Council therefore applied for funding to investigate a proposal with a view to implementing the proposal subject to the outcome of the investigation.

Specialist Consultants, Project Centre, were commissioned by the Council to investigate and carry out traffic modelling on the proposed options. We are now consulting residents on the proposal.

The following questionnaire provides an opportunity for the community to comment on whether they agree or disagree with this proposal. Details and plan of the proposal are shown within the consultation.

The Council welcomes your views on the proposal outlined in this consultation.

The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete. Responses to the questionnaire are anonymous.


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