Kingsley Academy – School Streets

Closed 6 Nov 2022

Opened 10 Oct 2022


In recent years the council has stepped up its efforts to tackle problems associated with traffic around schools at drop-off and pick-up times, notably road safety concerns, poor air quality and inconvenience to residents. 

Following successful implementations of School Streets schemes in other parts of the borough, and discussions with Kingsley Academy and local councillors, we are now consulting on a proposal to implement a School Streets scheme in your area. 

What are we proposing?

The access restriction, which will cover the part of Cecil Road (Nos. 53 – 65) leading to the school entrance, will operate between Monday-Friday, 8.15 – 9.15am and 2.45 – 3.45pm, during school term time with exemptions for those who live within the zone, visitors to residents, those with disabilities with a blue badge, easily recognisable delivery vehicles (e.g. supermarket lorries), or school staff.

The restriction will be enforced by the Council through the use of CCTV, which could be either mobile or fixed cameras. The proposals include: 

  • New signs to enforce the access restrictions on Cecil Road.

Why your views matter

Why are we proposing this?  

The proposals form part of the Council’s commitment to promoting active travel (encourage children to walk, cycle and scoot to school), reduce pollution and improve safety outside the school.  

How to respond   

Please complete our short survey by clicking on the ‘Give us your Views’ link below.

To view a plan of the proposals, a list of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) on School Streets and a copy of the consultation letter, please see the ‘related documents’ section at the bottom of this page. 

We welcome your feedback and would ask that you provide your feedback on the scheme by midnight on Sunday 06 November 2022.  

If you require this information in an alternative format, please contact us by emailing  or calling 020 8583 3322.   

What happens next

We’re unable to respond directly to every respondent, however all feedback will be summarised and presented to your ward councillors along with our recommendations. The outcome of the consultation will be available to view on the council’s website once a decision has been made, which is likely to be in Winter 22/23. 


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  • Transport and Parking