Monthly Archives: November 2015

Cycling Strategy receives approval!

Sutton’s new Cycling Strategy was approved by members of the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee on the 26 November 2015. For the first time, the borough has a Cycling Strategy that has full endorsement of the Council’s leadership. For the first time, the

Posted in Advocacy, News

Notes from our November 2015 meeting

Our eighth, and final meeting, of 2015, took place on 23 November. This time we were back at the Trinity Church Halls in the centre of Sutton, where, once again, we were given a very warm welcome. Welcome and introductions

Posted in Meetings

Further support for A217 cycle path upgrades

At the South Sutton, Cheam and Belmont Local Committee meeting this evening (19 November 2015), Councillors agreed that proposals, which could ultimately see major upgrades to the cycle paths along sections of the A217 Sutton by-pass and bring 20 mph to

Posted in News, Proposals to TfL 2015

A ride around Cheam with Councillor Manuel Abellan

On Thursday the 8th of October, myself and John Courtman took Sutton Council’s Cycling Champion and Councillor, Manuel Abellan, on our third ride around the borough. This time we were looking at Cheam and the surrounding areas. We started in

Posted in 20mph, Advocacy, Cycle tour, Protected Space for Cycling

Notes from our October 2015 meeting

We were back at the Cock and Bull on 26 October for the seventh meeting of the year. Great to have eleven attendees, and yet another new face – which was brilliant! Thanks to everyone for coming. The intention this

Posted in Meetings

Sutton Local Committee agree that cycling proposals be presented to TfL

Time to make the case and rise to the challenges At the Sutton Local Committee meeting on 3 November, Councillors representing the Sutton Central, Sutton North and Sutton West wards agreed that proposals, which could ultimately see major upgrades to

Posted in Consultation, News, Proposals to TfL 2015

St Helier’s decision on Rosehill roundabout – a summary

To read the full story, see: St Helier effectively says no to cycling In September 2015, Sutton Council Officers signalled their support, in principle, for a number of cycling infrastructure schemes on the Transport for London highway network (A217, A232

Posted in Advocacy, News, Proposals to TfL 2015

St Helier effectively says no to cycling

Following an uninspiring delivery from Gary Smith, Sutton Council’s Head of Highways and Transport Services, ward councillors representing the St Helier, The Wrythe and Wandle Valley Local Committee have said no to a recommendation from Council Officers that, had it been

Posted in Advocacy, News, Proposals to TfL 2015
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