Neighbourhoods of the Future Healthy School Street Zone Proposals

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Closes 31 Oct 2019


1. What is your full name?
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3. What is your full address?
4. Which of the following best describes you?
5. What is your organisation? (only respond if you are a organisation or group)
6. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the proposal set out in Option A – a Healthy School Streets zone using three ANPR cameras to create timed road closures (incorporating five school sites) into Netherhall Gardens, Netherhall Way, Maresfield Gardens and Nutley Terrace, from Fitzjohn’s Avenue? This is illustrated in the OPTION A PLAN on the main page. Please tick one box only.
7. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the proposal set out in Option B - as proposal A but extending the zone to incorporate the section of Frognal south of Arkwright Road up to (but not including) Hampstead Gate. This is illustrated in the OPTION B PLAN on the main page. Please tick one box only.
8. If you support both Option A and Option B, which of the two would you prefer the Council to implement? Please tick one box only.
9. Do you have any other comments or suggestions you wish to make?
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