School Streets: Have your say
In 2020, the council approved a School Street Plan which set out our ambition for the majority of primary schools to have a School Street by 2024/25.
This page lists School Streets that are proposed or under review. It explains how and when you can have your say.
Proposed new School Streets
School Streets 2022/23
Consultation is now closed for the 11 possible new School Streets near the following schools.
You can download the proposals by clicking on the school name below.
- Coleridge Primary School (SS46) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- Devonshire Hill Primary School (SS29) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- Lancasterian Primary School and The Vale Primary School (SS12) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- Lea Valley Primary, Duke's Aldridge Academy and The Vale Secondary School (SS37) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- North Harringay Primary School (SS34 and SS35) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- South Harringay Primary School (SS40 and SS41) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- St John Vianney Roman Catholic Primary School (SS45) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- St Mary's C. of E. Primary School (SS43) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- St Mary's Priory RC Infant and Junior School (SS42) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- St Thomas More Catholic School (SS44) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
- Stroud Green Primary School (SS39) proposal (PDF, 1MB)
The consultation period ended on 12 December 2022.
For further information regarding these schemes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
School Streets through the Adaptive Wood Green project
Early engagement took place with key stakeholders during 2022 on the possibility of School Streets in the vicinity of the following schools:
- Alexandra Primary School (SS31)
- Noel Park Primary School (SS33)
- St Paul's Catholic Primary School – Bradley Avenue (SS32)
We are currently analysing the community’s feedback. Should the schemes be approved, works could start in early 2023 and we would expect the School Streets to launch in Spring 2023.
Experimental School Streets
The following School Streets are operating under Experimental Traffic Orders. These School Streets have been launched on a trial basis for a maximum period of 18 months.
During the first 6-12 months we collect data and seek feedback on their operation before completing a review and taking a decision whether to make them permanent.
During the statutory consultation period of the experimental traffic order, any person may make an objection, in writing, to the traffic order.
Currently open for feedback
We are currently seeking feedback on the following School Streets:
- Belmont Junior School and The Vale (SS20)
- Bruce Grove Primary School (SS02)
- Highgate Junior School (SS09)
- Seven Sisters Primary School (SS28)
- St Martin of Porres Roman Catholic Primary School (SS24)
- Trinity Primary Academy (SS25)
- West Green Primary School (SS19)
We welcome feedback from the community - please use the online survey form below:
Feedback period closed
The consultation period for the following schools has now closed and we are currently reviewing the data. This will be followed by a decision.
- Coleridge Primary School (SS21)
- Earlham Primary School (SS22)
- Harris Academy Tottenham (SS08)
- Harris Academy Coleraine Park (SS07)
- The Mulberry Primary School (SS23)
Review of existing School Streets
Amendment to existing Lordship Lane School Street (SS30)
- Approved in September 2018 and launched in February 2019
- Review completed in September 2022
- Statutory consultation carried out in October and objections considered in November 2022
- From 21 November 2022, the hours of operation will be changed to 8.15 to 09.15 and 2.45 to 3.45
- It will also be changed from bollard/barrier to Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) enforcement, and virtual exemptions introduced