Devonshire Road, Chiswick - proposed cycle stands and pedestrian crossing facility

Closed 12 Aug 2019

Opened 15 Jul 2019

Results Updated 13 Sep 2019

No objections werer received following consultation, and we therefore plan to progress with the improvements on Devonshire Road, and will instruct our contractors accordingly so that work can commence in the coming months. 



Following requests to improve cycle access and pedestrian crossing facilities to the local shops on Devonshire Road, the Traffic and Transport team have carefully examined the immediate area and propose to introduce the following measures.

  • To address the lack of a dropped crossing facility for pedestrians, dropped kerbs with tactile paving are proposed near numbers 2 - 6 Devonshire Road, as shown on the plan below. Dropped kerbs will facilitate crossing the road for all pedestrians, in particular the more vulnerable road users such as those with mobility aids, visual impairments, or those using buggies.
  • In addition, three cycle stands are proposed on the east side footway (outside numbers 2 – 6 Devonshire Road). Stands in this location minimises obstruction or interference to pedestrian movements and access to the shops.
  • An additional two cycle stands are proposed, on the footway adjacent to 163/165 Chiswick High Road.

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Why We Are Consulting

The purpose of this consultation is to give you an opportunity to assess the proposals before indicating your level of support, and providing any suggestions you may have to improve our proposals.

The overall aim is to facilitate safer crossing of the road, as well as encouraging cyclists to use the local shops, and by enhancing and making the shopping area more accessible, we hope to encourage more local shopping.

Please give us your views and comments to these proposals, by completing our short survey below. Alternatively you can email your comments to us at (please quote 'Devonshire road consultation' in the email title)

Please provide your comments / feedback by 12 August 2019.

If you would prefer this information in an alternative format, please email us or leave a voice message using the contact details provided above.


What Happens Next

Following the end of consultation, feedback will be reviewed before recommendations are then presented to Ward Councillors for consideration.

An update will be added to this site in due course. 


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