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This part of the neighbourhood plan involves making other, locally important improvements across the area, such as renovating the triangular green space at Hadrian Road and Hoyle Avenue, and removing traffic from some of the back lanes

You can read about the plans and see what these improvements could look like by scrolling down this page, navigating to the part of the plan you are interested in, and downloading technical drawings (in PDF format).

Hoyle Avenue green space
What the improved green space at Hadrian Road and Hoyle Avenue could look like

Green space at Hadrian Road and Hoyle Avenue

What’s the idea? The neighbourhood interventions proposed are looking to improve the condition and accessibility of this local green space. As well as local links road safety and air quality, they also aim to promote walking, cycling and play. The package of measures to improve this green space includes:

  • Proposed raised tables at the junctions of Ewbank and Greywood Avenue onto Sutherland Avenue, to highlight the entrance to the green space (park).
  • Build out of the kerb line on both sides of Hoyle Avenue leading onto Hadrian Road and the placement of informal crossing points.
  • Create a natural play space that would need to take into account maintenance issues.

What are the benefits? Improved access to a local green space to encourage safer play, walking and cycling, and improved speed reduction features.

Hadrian Road green space

Hadrian Road, Linden Avenue and Acanthus Avenue

What’s the idea? The neighbourhood interventions proposed are looking to improve the condition of local links, road safety and air quality and also aim to promote walking, cycling and play. The package of measures in this location includes:

  • Remove the bitmac build outs with planting islands,
  • Remove clutter and signs and road markings and relocate speed limit signs

What are the benefits? Improved look to the environment and decluttering.

Hadrian Road, Linden Avenue and Acanthus Avenue

Cedar Road and Acanthus Avenue

Back lanes around the terraces

What’s the idea? Some residents have expressed concerns about traffic in the back lanes and have suggested that traffic management layout be trialled in one back alley which currently is used by through traffic and fly-tipping. If this is successful and accepted by residents other alley ways could be chosen for this with help from residents, and the Local Partnership Group which includes Greening Wingrove.

What are the benefits? Stop traffic from diverting down the alleyways to create a cleaner and safer environment.

Example back lane traffic management

Example cul de sac feature