Road renovation in Lower Morden and Wimbledon Chase and Raynes Park are examples of the Conservative Councils achievements.
They are also, looking to remove the one-way systems in Mitcham and Morden, and have already begun taking out unsightly roadside guardrails where they don’t contribute to road safety. The Council have already planned improvements to pedestrian areas in Wimbledon, and the station forecourt is set for a facelift.
The Council’s first “Home Zone” in Mitcham, on the Laburnum Estate next to the new Eastfields Station, is a shared road surface for cars and pedestrians. Residents are delighted with it, and with improvements in St Marks Road, which have opened up access from the station to the Fair Green, which has also had a makeover.
In addition to this the Conservative Council are planting hundreds of trees thought the borough, and residents can look forward to seeing the results from further improvements in due course.
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