We are very pleased to report that Network Rail have backed down and will now not be closing the Angerstein Crossing. After residents, Councillors, Amenity Societies and our MP voiced their objections and 2700 people signed a petition Network Rail were persuaded to commission an independent review of the closure. The result of this was that the Angerstein Crossing should be treated as a special case and should not be subject to the normal Network Rail algorithm that determines whether a crossing closes or not. We thank everyone who signed the petition, attended meetings or wrote to Network Rail.
Both the Royal Parks and the Royal Borough of Greenwich are trialling road closures which will prevent through traffic from using the park or residential roads west of the park. How this will affect Westcombe Park is unclear.
Greenwich are consulting on both the Westcombe Park parking zones and electrical charging points at present. Residents are encouraged to respond especially if they want to see changes such as removal of restrictions on Saturdays.
The Westcombe Park Controlled Parking Zone consultation had been extended until 23rd September. Are you happy with the proposals for your road? Read on for more details about the consultation and in particular the Pay and Display proposals for some roads.