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aldermans zebraEnfield Council are consulting residents about a proposed new zebra crossing on Aldermans Hill.  The proposal is for a crossing just to the west of the junction with Old Park Road - situated approximately where the small black car is on the photograph.  There would be a pedestrian refuge in the middle of the road.

Residents have until 23 August to respond to the survey. The Council's website has links to a leaflet, a detailed plan and an online questionnaire.

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