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Eastcote Town Centre - public realm improvements

Improving the look and feel of Eastcote Town Centre

Eastcote is currently benefiting from the successful town centre improvements scheme, with £1.3m secured to undertake a series of public realm upgrades throughout the high street.

 

Works began in January 2018 to implement:  Eastcote Town Centre Ghost Sign    

  • More and better street lighting throughout the town centre, including side roads to the car parks;
  • New paving throughout to complement the earlier work carried out near the junction of Morford Way;
  • A new zebra crossing which will connect the Tesco Express with the new residential developments. This location took into account pedestrian and traffic counts as well as comments from the independent Road Safety Audit;  Eastcote Bridge Improvements
  • A new 20mph zone to be introduced in the town centre, between Deane Croft Road and Eastcote Station. The principle is that the traffic calming slows vehicles down and in this way the zone becomes 'self enforceable';
  • New Eastcote bridge signage and lighting, which incorporates feedback received from residents during the public consultation. Transport for London Archives have kindly given permission for a 1930's heritage image to be used as the backdrop, as shown in the image

   

 

These works will be completed ahead of other improvements which will include:  Eastcote Town Centre Rain Gardens

  • new 'rain gardens' to replace the existing brick planters and to help mitigate against surface water flooding, and
  • improvements to the Field End Road/North View/Elm Avenue signalised junction

 

 

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