Markides Associates have been working in collaboration with Spelthorne Borough Council (SBC), Surrey County Council (SCC) and Stanwell Moor Residents' Association (SMRA) to investigate the potential for the introduction of highway measures that will reduce the number of Large Goods Vehicles travelling through Stanwell Moor village.
Our initial work has suggested that the introduction of a 7 feet (2.14 metres) width restriction on Horton Road, in the western part of the village, east of Leylands Lane would be feasible, subject to further considerations of drainage and impact on utilities.
Such a restriction would prevent large goods vehicles from entering the village via the M25 junction 14, whilst still allowing cars and some medium sized vans to negotiate the constraint.
The restriction would be supported by areas of hardstanding to the east to allow 'trapped' vehicles to U-turn, with Leylands Lane providing a U-turn opportunity for vehicles approaching from the motorway junction.
An emerging site layout can be viewed on drawing 18247-01-010 (PDF).
Large vehicles with a genuine reason to enter the village could continue to do so via Spout Lane and/or the A3044 Stanwell Moor Road.
We have consulted residents and received feedback which will be reviewed. We will be undertaking further assessment of the impact on drainage and utilities. A decision will be made as to whether the restriction should be introduced.
For any further information please email email@example.com call us on 0300 200 1003 or write to us at Surrey County Council Highways, Hazel House, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ
Files available to download
- Proposal Plan (656.5 KB)
Proposed traffic measures to Stanwell Moor Village