Greenwich Council propose Horn Park Low Traffic Neighbourhood zone

Horn Park beside Lee Green is to see a Low Traffic Neighbourhood scheme after details were revealed by Greenwich Council.

Horn Park LTN

This project is on the Greenwich side of the borough boundary. Lewisham Council installed barriers on their side of the boundary last year with criticism over a lack of joined-up approach. The Lewisham scheme has since been revised.

Lee Green LTN

Plans would see camera enforced no-entry sections at:

• Weigall Road west of the junction with Moorhead Way.

• Abergeldie Road at the Eastern end at the junction with Sidcup Road.

Physical barriers will be installed at the eastern end of the Westhorne Avenue service road at the junction with Sidcup Road.

The scheme will operate a six month trial period.

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John Smith

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One thought on “Greenwich Council propose Horn Park Low Traffic Neighbourhood zone

  • February 22, 2021 at 5:01 pm
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    By “Horn Park” people normally mean the area south of the South Circular Rd (A205), centred on Alnwick Rd and which adjoins the actual park.

    The area affected by the current LTN proposals is north of the A205. Abergeldie and surrounding roads are sometimes described as the Mackenzie Estate by estate agents.

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