Archive for the ‘Tudor Close’ Category

Malden Road, Road safety meeting

by Mary Burstow on 22 May, 2015

A local residents meeting will be held on Wednesday 27th May at 7:30pm, at Cheam Baptist Church (hall entrance at the back of church), to discuss how road safety can be improved on Malden Road. The issue of road safety on Malden Road has been an ongoing issue.  Now that the flats in Mickleham Gardens […]

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Cheam Park Gates locked on New Years Day

by Mary Burstow on 2 January, 2015

I was very surprised to see that the gates into Cheam Park at both the Tudor Close entrance and the Netley Close entrance  were locked on New Years day.  Why? A member of Sutton Council Staff, should have unlocked the gates, first thing this morning.  I am guessing something went wrong, but don’t know what. […]

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What is happening on the Malden Road?

by Mary Burstow on 27 August, 2014

I have been asked by a number of constituents what is happening regarding the land next to the Tool Hire shop on the Malden Road.  As a Ward Councillor, I had heard nothing, so contacted Sutton Councils Planning dept.  They told me: “We are aware that there has been some activity on this site and […]

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Another near miss at Malden Road Zebra Crossing

by Mary Burstow on 26 July, 2014

Another near miss at the Malden Road Zebra Crossing: Penny Carloni reported on Thursday “Just witnessed absolute shocker at Malden Rd crossing, had to share, it really frightened me. Lady ahead of me started crossing, a 151 bus stopped for her but as she crossed large van overtook the stationery bus and very nearly slammed […]

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More near misses on the Malden Road

by Mary Burstow on 12 July, 2014

The problem of poor driving on the Malden Road, near the Zebra Crossing has not gone away.   I hear the stories and feel as if I should throw my hands up in exasperation.  In the last week, three more incidents have been reported: One resident said: “I was trying to cross using the crossing […]

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New Double Yellow Lines for Tudor Close

by Mary Burstow on 5 July, 2014

Tudor Close is just one of a number of roads in Cheam which have had their double yellow lines repainted, in the last month.  I have also spotted Park Road and Love Lane have been repainted.  I suspect Sutton Council quite deliberately waited until after the Council Elections to do this.  They knew that as […]

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The Big Count on the Malden Road

by Mary Burstow on 30 June, 2014

  On Thursday, Cllr Adrian Davey and I joined local residents counting pedestrians crossing the Malden Road.  This was between 8.00 -10.00 & 2.00-4.00.  This was to find out how many people used the Zebra Crossing and who they were.  Were they older people, teenagers or young mums with children.  In total 687 people used […]

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The Big Count is tomorrow

by Mary Burstow on 25 June, 2014

I am joining local residents tomorrow, helping out on The Big Count, along the Malden Road.    This will be between 8.00 – 10.00 and 2.00 – 4.00.  The times were chosen, as this is when children go to and from school and we believe these will be the peak times. We will be in […]

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A new Footpath for Cheam Rec

by Mary Burstow on 18 June, 2014

    I am very pleased that officers are now actively working on plans for a new shared use path for pedestrians and cyclists to use as a safer route across Cheam Rec.  It will run from the Netley Close entrance to the Tilehurst road entrance, connecting with the existing concrete path. Officers will have to […]

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Stopping Speeding on Malden Road

by Mary Burstow on 12 June, 2014

On Monday morning, I joined police, who were out stopping drivers speeding on Malden Road.  They stopped six drivers for speeding.  All were local.  All knew about the accidents on the Malden road and didn’t think they were driving too fast. One was a parent from St Dunstans, another a parent from Cheam Fields and […]

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