Church Crookham: gateway features and speed management
Updated 15 October 2015
Hampshire County Council and Church Crookham Parish Council are proposing to provide gateway features and improved pedestrian crossing facilities in the village. Works will commence upon appointment of the contractor around Autumn/Winter 2015 and is also dependent on current works being completed in the vicinity.
The proposed new work includes:
- improved gateway features on both the B3013 Beacon Hill Road and Aldershot Road
- pedestrian crossing points on the B3013 Beacon Hill Road, and Aldershot Road
These features will improve accessibility at four locations in Church Crookham. The measures outlined were developed from a feasibility study and in consultation with the Parish Council and the community.
These features will help make traffic entering the village more aware of the reduced speed limit. The additional pedestrian crossing points provide improved facilities in appropriate locations. We hope this will encourage walking for local journeys as well as helping to maintain the village infrastructure and atmosphere for residents.
One option that cannot be taken forward at this stage is a pedestrian crossing at The Verne. We found that it was not feasible to install a pedestrian crossing at that location, because there is not enough space for the necessary traffic calming features (eg speed tables) that would be needed to provide a safe crossing there.
Plans updated 15 July 2015:
- Overview plan showing location of proposed features 353 kB
- Proposed Gateway and pedestrian crossing on Beacon Hill Road 202 kB
- Proposed Gateway and pedestrian crossing on Aldershot Road 145 kB
Exhibition of the plans
There was an exhibition of the plans outlining the various improvements options that were displayed at the Memorial Hall in Sandy Lane during 2014.
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