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Enfield Council is currently running the statutory consultation phase for the package of traffic orders proposed for the "Fernleign Road" Quieter Neighbourhood, which covers a large area extending from Stonard Road in Palmers Green to Station Road in Winchmore Hill.

fernleigh statutory consultation map 2018

The first phase of consultations was held in October and November.  For the statutory consultation, which runs up to 18th March, some changes have been made in response to feedback from the first phase, but the overall scheme is very similar. The major changes are that measures to reduce speeds in Fernleigh Road and Woodberry Avenue will be designed in such a way as to not affect the availability of street parking, and the Council is now proposing to install speed humps in Compton Road and Ratcliffe Road (Ratcliffe Road did not figure at all in the original proposals).

The purpose of the statutory consultation is to "enable residents from individual streets to give a clearer indication of their views on the variety of proposals we are suggesting" - wording which suggests that the Council wishes to hear only from local residents.

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