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Road traffic schemes

Last updated 14 July 2014

Traffic schemes are usually designed and installed as the result of an accident problem, following requests from residents or as part of a national policy (for example. the introduction of 20mph zones).

Traffic schemes 2014/15

20mph zone scheme - Areas between Lea Bridge Road & A406

You may be aware that the Council is committed to improving road safety for all road users and residents through proposed plans to introduce 20mph speed zones in all residential areas across the borough. These measures would go great lengths in improving not only road safety but also the physical environment of residential streets and areas within the borough. This in turn would promote sustainable and active transport methods and lifestyles which benefit the entire community.
 
Due to the large scope of this scheme the works involved have been programmed to take place over three years from 2013 to 2015. The first stage of the scheme concentrated on the area south of Lea Bridge Road and has already been completed. We are now looking at all the streets within the ‘central’ area between Lea Bridge Road and the A406 (North Circular Road) that are currently not within an existing 20mph zone.
 
The associated works for this scheme in your area are programmed to be completed during this financial year. The funding to implement this scheme has been secured from Transport for London.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

If you are still unsure about aspects of the scheme you can contact Council officers by emailing 20mph@walthamforest.gov.uk or by calling 020 8496 3000 

Pre-consultation - Highway improvement schemes

The Council is looking at the possibility of introducing road safety and environmental improvement measures in three areas within the borough: Blackhorse Road, the Pembroke Road area and the Peterborough Road area.
 

The preliminary study will be based on traffic speed and volume surveys as well as accidents within the area (over a three year study period). Residents’ feedback and local knowledge will form an important part of any scheme design, which provides us with an insight into local issues. 

If you would like to discuss specific aspects of these schemes you can contact Council officers by email traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk or by calling 020 8496 1039.

View the Blackhorse Road consultation leaflet.

View the Pembroke Road area consultation leaflet.

View the Peterborough Road area consultation leaflet.

Larkshall Road - Highway improvement scheme  

In recent years there have been a number of road accidents involving personal injury in your area and Transport for London has allocated funds to address this issue. Waltham Forest Council is proposing to make Larkshall Road safer for all road users, to enhance the pedestrian experience by de-cluttering the street, improve the riding experience for cyclists and to increase bus reliability and bus stops accessibility.
 
The proposed changes are in the section of Larkshall Road between Ropers Avenue and New Road and its junction with The Broadway.
 
We will be undertaking a public exhibition where residents will be able to ask any questions they might have regarding the scheme. This will take place 6pm – 8pm on Wednesday 18 December 2013 at Hale End Library, The Avenue, Highams Park.

If you are still unsure about aspects of the scheme contact Council officers by emailing traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk or by calling 020 8496 2400
 
 
 
 

20mph zone scheme - area south of Lea Bridge Road 

You may have heard that the Council is looking to install 20mph zones in all residential streets within the borough as part of our commitment to improve road safety for all road users and residents. These measures would go great lengths in improving not only road safety but also the physical environment of residential streets and areas within the borough. In turn, doing so would promote sustainable and active transport methods and lifestyles that benefit the entire community.
 
Due to the large scope of this scheme the works involved are programmed to take place over the next three years. The first stage will concentrate on ‘filling the gaps’ within the areas south of Lea Bridge Road that are currently not in an existing 20mph zone. We will be contacting all residents within this area to inform them of our plans and expected timescales. .
 
In addition, we will be undertaking public exhibitions where residents will be able to ask any questions they might have regarding the scheme. These will be taking place at the following locations and dates: 
 
All Saints Church, 47 Melbourne Road E10 7HF – Tuesday 1 October 6pm-8pm
 
St. John The Baptist Church, 823 High Road E11 1HH – Thursday 3 October 6pm-8pm

Supporting documentation including the public engagement letter, an overview plan of the works, detailed plans for the specific areas and frequently asked questions can all be found via the links below.
 
If you are still unsure about aspects of the scheme contact Council officers by emailing 20mph@walthamforest.gov.uk or by calling 020 8496 3000.​

Clarence Road and Mayfield Road – consultation on permit parking

Following local requests, the Council is consulting on the introduction of permit parking in Clarence and Mayfield Roads. which would become part of the BLN zone if the scheme is approved. The consultation runs until Monday 24 June 2013.  To have your say, please email cpz.schemes@walthamforest.gov.uk

View the consultation letter and plan (550KB PDF file) 

Leytonstone town centre – additional customer parking

Following requests from businesses, the Council is introducing additional short-stay customer parking bays in Leytonstone town centre. These will operate 10am-4pm Monday to Saturday, with 15 minutes free parking. Longer stays of up to two hours can be paid for by phone or at a PayPoint. Work to introduce the new parking bays will be carried out during the afternoons of Tuesday to Thursday 18 -20 June 2013. Please read the works information letter for more information, and look at the plans to see exactly what is being proposed.  For enquiries, please contact cpz.schemes@walthamforest.gov.uk
 
View the works information letter (33.2KB PDF file)
 
View the plan of the proposals (736KB PDF file)

Forest Road improvement scheme

The Council is seeking views on plans to improve the safety, layout and visual appearance of Forest Road between Greenleaf Road and The Bell, including making the street environment more attractive outside Lloyd Park and William Morris Gallery. The scheme is explained further in the consultation leaflet, which can be downloaded from the council’s website. Large-scale plans are also on display at Walthamstow Central Library (High Street, E17 7JN) until the end of the consultation period, 18 March 2013.

View the Forest Road Consultation leaflet (including proposal drawings) (987KB PDF file)

If you have any queries or comments about the proposals, please email traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk. If you would like to discuss anything, please call us on 020 8496 2602. Also, an informal question and answer drop-in session will take place on Wednesday 6 March between 6pm-9pm at the Lloyd Park Friends Office (Lloyd Park Lodge, Forest Road, E17 4PP), which is situated between William Morris Gallery and Bedford Road Car Park.

Additional information:

View the proposed parking arrangements in Forest Road (782KB PDF file)

View the proposed parking arrangements in Greenleaf Road & Melville Road (275KB PDF file)

Whipps Cross North - consultation on possible change of operating hours

The results of the consultation showed a range of views on the proposed days and times of the scheme.

Overall, the majority of residents (56 percent) voted in favour of weekend controls (Saturday, Sunday or both). However, there was also a significant number of people who felt that the operating times are unnecessarily long and too restrictive for their visitors. As a compromise, the days of control will be reduced to Monday to Saturday, 8.30am–6.30pm.

View the WXN review decision letter (33.9KB PDF file)

View the WXN review consultation letter (154KB PDF file) 

View the WXN review results (35.1KB PDF file)

Whipps Cross South - consultation on possible change of operating hours

The results of the consultation show a range of opinions when the area is considered as a whole.

The majority of respondents from the roads closest to the hospital such as Clare Rd, Colworth Rd, Forest Rd (between Leytonstone School and Clare Rd) and James Lane (between Leytonstone School and Clare Rd) are in favour of retaining the current times of control, with 51 percent in favour of Monday to Sunday and 41 percent in favour of 8am-9pm. These roads will continue to have parking controls covering Monday to Sunday, 8am-9pm.

For the remaining roads, there was majority support for Monday to Friday (58 percent). The options chosen for the hours of control were divided across all categories, but there was majority support for a reduction, for example only 29 percent voted to retain 8am-9pm. The new times of control for this area will be Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm.

View the WXS review decision letter (950KB PDF file)

View the WXS review consultation letter (154KB PDF file)

View the WXS review results for the roads closest to the hospital (34KB PDF file)

View the WXS review results for the roads furthest from the hospital (35.4KB PDF file)

Lloyd Park area cycle access improvements

Please note the deadline for responses is now Friday 8 February 2013, which is a change to the date shown in the leaflet. To submit your views, please email traffic.scheme@walthamforest.gov.uk quoting scheme ref: LPCP.

Highams Park area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme

Highams Park area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme consultation results

The results of the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultation in the Highams Park area have revealed that a few roads within the consulted area showed support for the introduction of a CPZ. However, as a result of there being no identifiable area of support where it could be practical to introduce a CPZ, the Council has decided not to progress with a CPZ in the Highams Park area.

View the Highams Park Decision Letter (32KB PDF file)

Overall results
Percentage in favour? Percentage against?

Overall consultation results?

36% 64%

View the Highams Park Consultation Results (32KB PDF file)

North Chingford area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme

North Chingford area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme consultation results

The results of the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultation in the North Chingford area have revealed a number of areas that have chosen to have a CPZ introduced, while the majority have voted against the idea.

In line with the Council’s Permit Parking Policy, approval has been given to introduce parking controls within following streets: Cart Lane, Connaught Road, Cross Road, Garfield Road, Springfield Road, Stanley Road and Queens’s Grove Road. There were a total of 67 percent of respondents in favour of introducing a permit parking scheme in their street.

The new permit parking area will be called North Chingford (NC) and the hours of operation will be Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm. Those residents have already received letters informing them of the result.

View the North Chingford Decision Letter (30KB PDF file)

Overall results

Percentage in favour? Percentage against?
Overall consultation results? 25% 75%
Roads to be implemented? 67% 33%

For more information about the consultation results please view the following document:

Fulbourne Road area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme

Fulbourne Road area - proposed Permit Parking Scheme consultation results

The results of the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultation in the Fulbourne Road E17 area have revealed that Spruce Hills Road, Clifford Road and Kingsley Road have chosen to have a CPZ introduced in their street.

In line with the Council’s Permit Parking Policy, approval has been given to introduce parking controls in these roads. There were 60 percent of respondents in support from Spruce Hills Road and 60 percent of respondents in support from Clifford Road and Kingsley Road.

The new permit parking areas will be named as Spruce Hills (SP) and Fulbourne West (FW). The hours of operation will be Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm. Residents within the consultation area have already received letters informing them of the results.

View the Fulbourne Road Decision Letter

View the Fulbourne Road Approved Area Plan

Overall results
Percentage in favour? Percentage against
Overall consultation results? 17% 83%
Spruce Hills results? 60% 40%
Fulbourne West results? 60% 40%

For more information about the consultation results please view the following document:

View the Fulbourne Road Consultation Results

Post Games Controlled Parking Zone consultation

Post Games Controlled Parking Zone consultation results

The results of the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultation in the south of the borough have revealed a number of areas that have chosen to have a CPZ introduced, while the majority have voted against the idea.

Overall results

Percentage in favour? Percentage against?

Overall consultation results?

12% 88%
Approved areas

Several areas will now be added to existing CPZs following the positive response of households in those roads. Those residents have already received letters informing them of the results.

The results for those areas that have voted in favour for permit parking restrictions, as well as the zones in which they will be included within, are detailed below.

In all other areas a programme is underway for the removal of signs and posts. These works are due to be completed by December 2012.

SB area

Bickley Road will be included within the existing SB zone.

Percentage in favour? Percentage against?
Total? 75% 25%
WXS area

Sandringham Road and Peterborough Road, between Colchester Road and James Lane, will be included within the existing WXS zone.

Percentage in favour? Percentage against
Total? 62% 38%
WXN area

West End Avenue will be included within the existing WXN zone.

Percentage in favour? Percentage against
Total? 59% 41%
LNE area

Buckingham Road, Balmoral Road, Osborne Road, Brisbane Road and Windsor Road will form a new LNE zone.

Percentage in favour? Percentage against
Total? 56% 44%

Hoe Street - road improvement scheme

Traffic Management Orders

Traffic Management Orders (TMOs) are documents that provide the legal backing for the enforcement of road, traffic or parking schemes under the relevant national legislation.

There are three different types of TMOs:

Permanent orders

Permanent orders give rise to the majority of signs and lines that are placed on streets. Examples of these are:

  • Single/double yellow lines
  • Parking spaces
  • Banned turns
  • One-ways
  • Speed limits

Please note: not all on-street restrictions require an order, for example box junctions.

Experimental orders

Experimental orders are used to enable the Council to monitor the effect of the TMO and vary its provisions as necessary. The duration of an experimental order lasts no more than eighteen months before they are either abandoned, amended or made permanent.

Temporary orders

Temporary orders are made to temporarily prohibit, restrict or suspend the use of a road as a result of highway or utility works, street cleansing or situations that are likely to be a danger to the public (for example. falling debris). Orders are for a maximum period of eighteen months or six months if affecting a footway that is separate from a main highway.

The Council can immediately issue a temporary notice to prohibit, restrict or suspend the use of a road following an emergency such as a burst water main.

TMO Procedures

By law, the Council is required to publish notices in a local newspaper that advertise the proposal and effects of TMOs. In some cases the notices are published in the London Gazette.

If the Council feels additional publicity is needed for a TMO they can choose to erect notices on lamp columns in the street to which any TMO proposal relates.

In the case of permanent and experimental orders the Council must consult statutory bodies such as the police, ambulance, fire brigade, bus operators, Road Haulage Association and Freight Transport Association. Also, other groups such as cyclist and pedestrian associations will be contacted if any TMOs affect them.

A temporary order does not require any consultation but the emergency services must be notified of they are affected.

How to object to a TMO

Information on how to object to a TMO, and deadlines for submitting letters of objection are outline in the public notice. The Council is legally required to consider and reply to every letter it receives.

If the public feel the Council has not followed the correct procedures in making the TMO they can appeal to the High Court within six weeks of the order being made.

Road humps and pedestrian crossings

TMOs are not required for road humps or pedestrian crossings but similar procedures with regards to public notices and objections apply.

Traffic Management Orders public notices

Below is the list of public notices advertising proposed or made TMOs in the borough. Click on the notice title to view each notice.

Notice date Title of Notice
17 June 2013​ Proposed extension of Shernhall Bakers Arms controlled parking zone into various roads E17 (27.6KB PDF file)​
3 June 2013​

Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions – Westward Road E4 area (14.9KB PDF file)

3 June 2013​
3 June 2013​
3 June 2013​
3 June 2013​
3 June 2013​ The Waltham Forest (various roads, bridge reconstruction) (temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading) (no. 1) order 2013 (14.8KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ Proposed introduction of one way exemption for pedal cycles – Westward Road E4 area (12.9KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ Experimental introduction of road closure, waiting and loading restriction and amendment to parking place – Cleveland Park Avenue (17.3KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ Proposed extension of Shernhall Bakers Arm controlled parking zone into various roads E17 (28.1KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ The Waltham Forest (various roads) (carriageway maintenance works) (temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading) (no. 2) order 2013 (16KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ The Waltham Forest (Higham Hill road area) (temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading) (no. 1) order 2013 (15.2KB PDF file)​
20 May 2013​ The Waltham Forest (Westward Road area) (temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading) (no. 1) order 2013 (13.7KB PDF file)​
​6 May 2013 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Higham Hill Road area (15KB PDF file)
6 May 2013​ ​Carriageway maintenance works, temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - various roads (16KB PDF file)
6 May 2013​ Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Lea Bridge Road area (17KB PDF file)
6 May 2013​ Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - Westward Road E4 area (15KB PDF file)
​6 May 2013 Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - various locations. Amendment of traffic orders - Ainslie Wood Avenue, Brunel Road, Burnside Road, Halford Road, Higham Place and West End Avenue (20KB PDF file)
​6 May 2013 Borough wide conversion of voucher parking places into cashless parking operation, amendment of times of operation, and introduction of new parking places (20KB PDF file)
​6 May 2013 ​Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - Hecham Close, Higham Hill Road, Peterborough Road and West End Avenue. Proposed introduction of exemption for pedal cycles into existing one way traffic operation - Claremont Road, Mount Pleasant Road and Oakfield Road. Proposed introduction of speed tables - various road, Higham Hill Road area. Proposed introduction of zebra crossing - Higham Hill Road (22KB PDF file)
​6 May 2013 Experimental amendment of voucher parking places into cashless parking operation and amendment of operational hours - Barrett Road, Church Lane E11, Havant Road, High Road Leytonstone, Hoe Street, Kirkdale Road, Marlowe Road and Woodlands Road. Experimental amendment of parking places and loading places - High Road Leytonstone (22KB PDF file)
6 May 2013 ​Borough wide Controlled Parking Zones conversion to virtual permit system of parking for resident parking permits (16KB PDF file)
6 May 2013 ​Proposed extension of Queens Road/Boundary Road Controlled Parking Zone into Boundary Road, St. Barnabas Road, Wellesley Road and Westmorland Road E17. Proposed removal of disabled parking place and introduction of waiting restrictions - Edinburgh Road E17. Proposed shortening of permit parking place and introduction of waiting restrictions - Queen's Road E17 (30KB PDF file)
​22 April 2013 Lloyd Park Area: Proposed introduction and amendment of waiting restrictions, amendment of parking places and introduction of 20mph zone (17KB PDF file)
22 April 2013​ Proposed amendments - Lea Bridge Road area (18KB PDF file)
​22 April 2013 ​Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions and one way exemption for pedal cycles - Westward Road E4 area. Experimental introduction of one way traffic operation - Roland Road, E17 (18KB PDF file)
​22 April 2013 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Marsh Lane, E10 (13KB PDF file) 
​22 April 2013 ​Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Lea Bridge Road area (17KB PDF file)
8 April 2013​ Proposed extension of Queens Road/Boundary Road Controlled Parking Zone into Boundary Road, St. Barnabas Road, Wellesley Road and Westmorland Road E17. Proposed removal of disabled parking place and introduction of waiting restrictions - Edinburgh Road E17. Proposed shortening of permit parking place and introduction of waiting restrictions - Queen's Place E17. Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - Forest Road E11 (36KB PDF file)
8 April 2013​ Experimental introduction of free short term parking places - Bickley Road E10 (24KB PDF file)
8 April 2013​ Experimental introduction of road closure and waiting restrictions - Brooke Road E17 - "play street" events (25KB PDF file) 
8 April 2013​ Borough wide conversion of voucher parking places into cashless parking operation, amendment of times of operation, and introduction of new parking places (16KB PDF file)
8 April 2013​ Proposed introduction of speed tables - Ashley Road, Bateman Road, Burnside Avenue, George Road, Hazel Way, Leonard Road, May Road, Silver Birch Avenue and Westward Road and speed cushions - Bateman Road and Westward Road (27KB PDF file)
8 April 2013​ Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Marsh Lane E10 (18KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading (17KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Proposed extension of the Chingford Hall 20mph zone - Ashley Road, Bateman Road, George Road, Leonard Road, May Road and Westware Road. Proposed introduction of one way traffic operation: Bateman Road, George Road, Leonard Road and Westward Road (14KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - various locations and proposed introduction of voucher parking place - Hatherley Road (17KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Proposed amendments - Lea Bridge Road Area (25KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Lloyd Park Area E17 - experimental exemption for pedal cycles to one way streets - Bedford Road, Brettenham Road, Carr Road, Jewel Road and Winns Terrace (18KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Lloyd Park Area: Proposed introduction and amendment of waiting restrictions, amendment of parking places and introduction of 20 mph zone (18KB PDF file)​
18 March 2013​ Proposed amendment of operational hours of Whipps Cross South controlled parking zone and extension into Peterborough Road and Sandringham Road (28KB PDF file)​
18 March 2013​ Proposed amendment of operational hours and extension of Whipps Cross North controlled parking zone into West End Avenue (26KB PDF file)
18 March 2013​ Proposed extension of Shernhall Bakers Arms controlled parking zone into Bickley Road (26KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Temporary restriction on waiting and loading - Palmerston Road, E17 (18KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Implementation of speed humps and speed tables, temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - various roads (20KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Temporary restriction on waiting and loading - Grange Road, E17 (18KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Amendments - Hoe Street area (22KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Proposed introduction of speed humps - Winns Terrace, speed tables - Bedford Road, Brettenham Road, Carr Road, Fleeming Road, Pennant Terrace and Rushbrooke Crescent and removal of speed cushions - Bedford Road, Brettenham Road and Winns Terrace (26KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Experimental amendment/introduction/revocation of loading bays, voucher bays and disabled bays - Church Lane, High Road Leytonstone, Hoe Street and Kirkdale Road (26KB PDF file)
4 March 2013​ Experimental removal of waiting restrictions - Cuthbert Road and introduction of free short term parking places - Brandon Road and Linford Road (24KB PDF file)​
18 February 2013 Proposed amendment to parking place - Woodville Road (14KB PDF file)
18 February 2013 Proposed extension of the Chingford Hall 20mph zone - Ashley road, Bateman road, George road, Leonard road, may road and westward road.
Proposed introduction of one way traffic operation - Bateman road, George road, Leonard road and westward road.
Proposed introduction of speed humps – Ashley road, Bateman road, and Westward road, and speed tables – George road, Leonard road, New road.
Proposed removal of speed cushions – New road
(22KB PDF file)
18 February 2013 Proposed introduction of zebra crossing – Chingford Road (13KB PDF file)
18 February 2013 Proposed extension of Shernhall Bakers arm controlled parking zone into Bickley Road (26KB PDF file)
18 February 2013 Experimental amendment to controlled hours of Shernhall Bakers Arms controlled parking zone – roads north of Lea Bridge Road (17KB PDF file)
18 February 2013 Experimental introduction of a controlled parking zone – Leyton East area (32KB PDF file)

28 January 2013

Controlled parking zone - Queens Road / Boundary Road (14KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Suffolk Park Road (13KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Carriageway maintenance works - various roads (17KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Revocation of parking place - Langthorne Road and Dyers Hall Road - change of name to Dyers Hall Lane South (14KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Introduction of the Blackhorse Lane North (BLN) and Whipps Cross North (WXN) controlled parking zones. Introduction of Edward Road into Blackhorse Road (BR) and James Lane into Whipps Cross South (WXS) controlled parking zone. Introduction of doctors parking place - Halford Road and free short stay parking places - Church Road, Halford Road and Lowther Road (18KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Proposed amendments - Greville Road area and Wood Street (14KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Proposed introduction of weight and width restrictions, waiting restrictions and amendment to parking - Suffolk Park Road and Richings Avenue (16KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Proposed amendment to 'School keep clear markings' and voucher parking places (16KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Stopping up of highways - Grange Road (15KB PDF file)
28 January 2013 Controlled parking zone - Shernhall Bakers Arms (13KB PDF file)
14 January 2013 ?Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Suffolk Park Road (13KB PDF file)
14 January 2013 Implementation of controlled parking zones - various roads and temporary restriction on waiting and loading
14 January 2013 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - Handsworth Avenue (14KB PDF file)
14 January 2013 Proposed introduction of waiting restrictions - various locations, footway parking places - Woodview Avenue and amendment to parking place - Woodville Road (20KB PDF file)
14 January 2013 Temporary prohibition of pedestrians and pedal cycles - Black Path (13KB PDF file)
17 December 2012 Various roads, implementation of controlled parking zones (temporary restriction on waiting and loading) (14KB PDF file)
17 December 2012 Acacia Road E17 - free loading bay, Chingford Mount E4, High Road Leyton E10 and Station Road E4 areas - conserving voucher parking places - free parking for 15 minutes and voucher parking (15KB PDF file)
12 November 2012 Experimental introduction of a controlled parking zone - Wood Street area (305KB PDF file)
12 November 2012 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading Hoe Street area (16KB PDF file)
17 September 2012 Revocation of 10 experimental controlled parking zones and introduction of experimental waiting restrictions (25KB PDF file)
17 September 2012 Experimental introduction of loading bay, school keep clear markings and waiting restrictions - Vincent Road (16KB PDF file)
17 September 2012 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading - various roads, Woodford area (21KB PDF file)
17 September 2012

Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading order - Mansfield Hill and Hatch Lane, resurfacing works (14KB PDF file)

17 September 2012 Temporary restriction on waiting and loading order - various roads, implementation of Wood Street controlled parking zone (13KB PDF file)
30 July 2012 Experimental continuation of various measures - Northcote Road, Palmerston Road, Somers Road (21KB PDF file)
30 July 2012 Experimental introduction of waiting and loading restrictions - Burnham Road, Ruckholt Road, Sherrin Road and Temple Mills Lane (16KB PDF file)
18 June 2012 Experimental amendment to bus lane - Church Road, E10 (15KB PDF file)
30 April 2012 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading order 2012 - High Road, Leytonstone Bridge (13KB PDF file)
30 April 2012 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restrictions on waiting and loading No 1 order (15KB PDF file)
30 April 2012 Temporary prohibition of traffic and restriction on waiting and loading No 2 order (15KB PDF file)

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