Find activities

387 results

  • Changing Places Survey

    In a national effort to build back better from COVID-19, the government wants to create a stronger, safer and fairer society in which everyone is treated with dignity and respect. In a major change to statutory guidance in England, the government wants to make it compulsory to include a Changing Places toilets in new, publicly accessible buildings – but the government wants to go much further. In July, the government announced £30 million to help local authorities to work with... More
    Closed 21 September 2021
  • GreenSpace Project

    What is the GreenSpace project? In 2019 Sutton Council declared a Climate Emergency, and we need to take urgent action to reduce the impact of climate change on our physical environment. The Covid-19 pandemic has increased social isolation and highlighted a lack of access to green outdoor space, nature and biodiversity, even in a green borough like Sutton. The GreenSpace project will create a new, or enhance an existing, small area of green space in the borough. This will help to... More
    Closed 19 September 2021
  • North Street - Proposed Zebra Crossing

    The Council have received concerns from ward councillors and members of the public regarding the difficulty to cross North Street in the vicinity of Carshalton College. Funding from Transport for London (TfL) has been allocated under the Local Implementation Plan (LIP) programme to investigate, design and consult on this scheme during 2020/21. The outline design of the zebra crossing has been completed and safety audited for the purpose of consultation. The proposed zebra crossing... More
    Closed 12 September 2021
  • Westmead Road - Proposed Road Safety Improvements

    The Council has regularly received concerns from ward councillors and members of the public regarding excessive traffic speed and road safety along Westmead Road. The road is a busy borough local distributor route linking Carshalton to Sutton. There were six accidents recorded on Westmead Road in the last three years between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2020. Four of these accidents took place in Westmead Road close to the junction with Browning Avenue, one... More
    Closed 12 September 2021
  • Stanley Park Road- Beeches Avenue Area - Proposed Road Safety Improvements

    Sutton Council has received road safety concerns from ward councillors and members of the public on Stanley Park Road and Beeches Avenue. There were twelve accidents recorded on Stanley Park Road between Boundary Road and Beeches Avenue in the last three years between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2020, two of which were serious accidents and the remaining were slights. There was only one slight accident recorded in Beeches Avenue in the same period. Funding has... More
    Closed 12 September 2021
  • High Street/Oakhill Road, Sutton - Proposed Junction improvements

    The Council had received concerns from ward councillors and members of the public regarding traffic safety and the difficulty of manoeuvring at High Street junction with Oakhill Road. Funding from Transport for London (TfL) has been allocated under the Local Implementation Plan (LIP) programme to investigate, design and consult on proposed schemes during 2020/21. The outline design has been completed and safety audited for the purpose of consultation as shown on the plan below. The... More
    Closed 12 September 2021
  • Robin Hood Lane – Collingwood Road Area - Proposed Road Safety Improvements

    Robin Hood Lane – Collingwood Road is a route for pedestrians attending schools and community centres in the area. The traffic flow on the route is busy and continuous. The route is part of the road network that provides access to Sutton town centre. Ward councillors, residents and school parents have raised concerns about road safety on this route. The proposals include: zebra crossings, new islands, enlarging of an existing island and introducing a 20mph speed... More
    Closed 12 September 2021
  • Statement of Licensing Policy under The Gambling Act 2005 Consultation

    We are seeking views on the draft Statement of Licensing Policy and Principles under the Gambling Act 2005 as we update our policy which sets out how we regulate and licence businesses. This includes those that offer: Betting - making or accepting a bet on the outcome of a race, competition, or any other event; Bingo - including cash and prize bingo; Use of gaming machines in gaming centres and amusement arcades, pubs and clubs; and Lotteries,... More
    Closed 6 September 2021
  • Devices for Lending

    Sutton Council’s Cultural Services (SCCS) are in the process of assessing the viability of loaning mobile devices such as tablets to residents. This is so they can more easily access the digital resources that SCCS offers both within library buildings and for residents to access from their own homes. More
    Closed 29 August 2021
  • TR1109-H-School Street: Roe Way - The Federation of St Elphege’s Catholic Schools

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for The Federation of St Elphege’s Catholic Schools which commences... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-C-School Street-Camden Road Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Harris Junior Academy Carshalton which commences Thursday 8 July ... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-I-School Street: Alma Road, Shorts Road - St Philomena's Catholic High School for Girls and St. Mary’s Catholic Junior School

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for St Philomena's Catholic High School for Girls and St. Mary’s... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-F - School Street: Kingston Avenue, Kew Crescent - Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy, Kingston Avenue site which... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-G-School Street: Muschamp Road - Muschamp Primary School and Language Opportunity Base

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Muschamp Primary School and Language Opportunity Base which... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-J -School Street: Stoughton Avenue - Cheam Fields Primary Academy

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Cheam Fields Primary Academy which commences Thursday 8 July 2021... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-K School Street: Winchcombe Road -Carshalton Boys Sports College

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Carshalton Boys Sports College which commences Thursday 8 July... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-D-School Street: Greenford Road Thorncroft Road - Robin Hood Junior School

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Robin Hood Junior School which commences Thursday 8 July 2021 and... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-E_School Street: Kingsmead Avenue, Dalmeny Road, Knolls Close - Cheam Common Junior and Infants Academy

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Cheam Common Junior and Infants Academy which commences Thursday... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-A- School Street: Rotherfield Road, Talbot Road All Saints - Carshalton Church of England Primary School

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for All Saints Carshalton Church of England Primary School which... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • TR1109-B - School Street: Beddington Gardens and Longacre Place - Bandon Hill, Wood Field and Oak Field Primary Schools

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. The proposed pedestrian and cycle zone (School Street) in your area would help make the road safer and calmer for pupils at school start and finish times, reinforcing the principles of ‘school keep clears’ and encouraging more sustainable modes of transport to and from school. This is a statutory process for Bandon Hill, Wood Field and Oak Field Primary Schools which... More
    Closed 29 July 2021
  • Street cleansing: your views

    Have your say on local street cleaning services and priorities for the future. We know that satisfaction with street cleanliness has improved in recent years; feedback from our resident survey tells us that. But satisfaction is still not as high as we would like it to be. To put that right we have some ambitious plans to improve street cleaning services in the borough. But we need your help - by completing this survey you can help us identify the issues that are most... More
    Closed 18 July 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - Boundary Road

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - The Mount

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - Lavender Fields

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - Woodcote Road

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - Beddington

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Smarter Litter Bins for Hackbridge

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This device provides continuous monitoring and allows us to keep an eye on fill level, and when emptying is required. 2. Compactor bins like the ones installed in Sutton High Street in summer 2019.... More
    Closed 30 June 2021
  • Residential Electric Vehicle charging points survey 2021

    We have a target to use Sutton's network of street lighting columns to deliver new electric vehicle charging points across the borough by Summer 2021. We are also working to expand the network of Source London fast charging points in the borough. Our aim is to provide a range of charging points for residents, businesses and visitors to the borough. The proposals align with our ambitious aims to reduce motor vehicle journeys, improve air quality and to help Sutton become... More
    Closed 31 May 2021
  • Sutton South - SL1105 Traffic Management Order (TMO) Scheme Statutory Consultation

    A 20mph speed limit zone in Albion Road, Chalgrove Road, Christchurch Park, Crossways, Devonshire Avenue, Devonshire Road, Downside Road, Egmont Road, Farm Close, Farm Road, Filey Close, Ferndown Close, Hillcroome Road, Kayemoor Road, Mayfield Road, Montgomery Gardens, Prior Avenue, The Byway, The Downsway, The Gallop between Crossways and the Downsway, The Ridgway, Upland Road, Walnut Mews, White Lodge Close, Willis Avenue. This is a statutory consultation which commences... More
    Closed 15 April 2021
  • Sutton North - SL1104 Traffic Management Order (TMO) Scheme Statutory Consultation

    A 20mph speed limit zone in All Saints Road, Angel Hill Drive, Aultone Way, Avon Close, Benfleet Close, Benhill Road, Benhill Wood Road, Betchworth Close, Bramley Road, Brunswick Road, Burnell Road, Calthorpe Gardens, Chilworth Gardens, Chudleigh Gardens, Constance Road, Cressingham Grove, Danescourt Crescent, Duchess Close, Duke Street, Edinburgh Road, Elgin Road, Glena Mount, Godstone Road, Greenhill, Grennell Close, Grennell Road, Hillview Road, Ivydene Close, Jengar Close, Kendal... More
    Closed 15 April 2021
387 results. Page 3 of 13