Maygrove Road - Road Safety Measures

Closed 2 Feb 2018

Opened 22 Dec 2017

Results Updated 9 Mar 2018

Following the end of the consultation exercise, a report has been prepared analysing the comments received and officers’ recommendations. This report has been presented to the Director of Regeneration and Planning who has made a decision to proceed with the scheme. The report is provided in the link below. 



We are writing to seek your view on the Council’s proposal to make a number of changes in order to reduce drivers’ speed and enhance road safety on Maygrove Road.

This follows concerns raised by the MILAM Residents Association regarding road safety and more specifically about drivers developing speeds in excess of the existing 20 mph speed limit on Maygrove Road near the junction with Ariel Road.

There are traffic calming measures in place along Maygrove Road; these include round top humps as well as flat top road humps at junctions (also known as “raised tables”). These measures are spaced every 50 to 76m, with the exception of the section near junction with Ariel Road, where the distance between the humps is approximately 200m.

To address the issue, the Council is proposing the following which is also shown on the plan:

  • Build an additional traffic calming measure in the form of a “raised table” at the junction of Maygrove Road and Ariel Road.

Existing parking provision will not be affected by the above proposed measures. Finally, we would like to make you aware that the above proposals are short-term measures to address the road safety concerns in that particular section of Maygrove Road; longer-term measures are being considered too to better manage traffic levels on Maygrove Road. In the following questionnaire you will have an opportunity to provide any concerns as well as comments and suggestions for these longer-term measures. Any further proposals will be brought forward separately as part of future consultations. 

Why We Are Consulting

The Council will be pleased to hear your views on the proposals we are consulting upon as well as any alternative suggestions or objections you may have to any aspect of the scheme. Please kindly respond to this consultation by completing this survey by 02/02/2018. 

Please Note: If you are responding on behalf of an organisation only one reply will be accepted. You must give your full postal address when responding to this consultation if you want us to consider your views.

An equality and diversity form has been included -that is voluntary for you to complete and you may send it to us via email or using our freepost address. You can download the form by clicking here. Any information you provide will help us in making an informed decision on the proposals.

While it will not be possible to reply to you individually, all comments will be taken into account. At the end of this consultation exercise, a report will be prepared analysing the comments received and officers’ recommendations. This report will be presented to Director of Regeneration and Planning who will make a decision whether or not to proceed with the scheme. Under the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, your response is available for public inspection; however your personal details will remain confidential. Please only write to us about the consultation issue.  


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  • Fortune Green
  • West Hampstead


  • Anyone from any background


  • Environment
  • Policing and public safety
  • Transport and streets