Healthy School Streets scheme proposal at Fulham Cross Girls' School

Closed 14 Nov 2021

Opened 1 Nov 2021


We would like your views on our proposal to improve road safety for pupils at Fulham Cross Girls’ School in Strode Road.

These works are part of our new Healthy School Streets programme that we’ve launched to help schools in areas of poor air quality and to work towards the council’s pledge to make Hammersmith & Fulham the greenest borough in the country.

What are the proposed changes?

The proposed scheme includes the following changes:

  • Installing new raised table to slow traffic and better connecting school exit with Lillie Road Recreation Ground
  • Footway repaving outside school exit and Purcell Crescent Path
  • Install new planters at entrance to Purcell Crescent Path
  • Install new lighting in Purcell Crescent Path
  • Paint new ‘School Keep Clear’ and ‘Slow’ markings on the road and install new school signage on lamp columns
  • Install two new bollards at entrance to Purcell Crescent Path

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What are the benefits?

The raised table will create a clearer crossing point for students leaving school and will help better connect the school with Lillie Road Rec. The alleyway will have new lighting installed to improve safety for pupils and residents.

The planters and repaving of the footway outside the school and down the alleyway will help improve the overall look of the street.

When will the work be carried out?

Following a positive consultation, the works are planned to start in at the end of November and will take approximately 4 weeks.

Have your say

We value your feedback. Please review the consultation letter and plan and give us your views by 5pm Sunday 14th November 2021.


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