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Traffic scheme and care home to be discussed at Surbiton meeting

Traffic scheme and care home to be discussed at Surbiton meeting

Two controversial schemes will be up for discussion at this Thursday’s (22nd) Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee. Councillors will decide whether to keep, remove or modify the low traffic neighbourhood barrier in King Charles Road, near the junction with Beaconsfield Road by Coffee On The Corner (above), after they have heard the views of members of the

Two controversial schemes will be up for discussion at this Thursday’s (22nd) Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee.

Councillors will decide whether to keep, remove or modify the low traffic neighbourhood barrier in King Charles Road, near the junction with Beaconsfield Road by Coffee On The Corner (above), after they have heard the views of members of the public and assessed air quality, cycle and traffic flow data collected over its trial period.

Also up for discussion is a proposal to bulldoze Willow Grange, a two-storey care home in Adelaide Road built in 1840. The plan is to replace it with a six-storey, 60-bed care home and brain injury unit (pictured left).

The committee will meet at Kingston’s Guildhall at 7.30pm. Seating limited due to social distancing. To attend the meeting or speak on the planning application email democratic.services@kingston.gov.uk by no later than 10am tomorrow (Wednesday). The meeting will also be livestreamed at kingston.public-i.tv/core/portal/home

To see more information about both proposals view www.tinyurl.com/neighbourhoodcommittee

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