Wellington Road Consultation

Closed 21 Nov 2022

Opened 31 Oct 2022


Wellington Road, Twickenham - Proposed improvements to the pedestrian island on Wellington Road by the railway footpath/Clonmel Road.

The Council is inviting comments on a proposal to improve the existing pedestrian island on Wellington Road by the railway footpath/Clonmel Road. 

A pedestrian crossing audit was undertaken by the Council just before Covid-19 which looked at existing crossing facilities in the Richmond borough and identified issues.

The island on Wellington Road by the railway footpath/Clonmel Road was identified as being substandard in width and a well-used crossing point on route to local schools.  

It is planned to rebuild this island to a more suitable width of two metres and repave the footways for a short distance either side as there are broken slabs there currently.  The road markings would be realigned accordingly.

A slightly wider island may encourage slower speed through this section; therefore, we would consider improving the 20 signage on both sides of the island as part of this proposal.

These proposals will not have any impact on the existing control parking zone [CPZ] bays.

The works consist of:

  • Reconstructing the refuge islands to 2m width
  • Repave the footways for a short distance on either side
  • Realign the road markings

A plan of the proposed changes is shown here

Have your say

The Council would like to hear your comments to ensure all views are considered. Please give us your views by clicking on the Online Survey link below.

If you need to request hard copy materials, a different language or format, or if you need any support to take part in the consultation, please call - 020 8871 8467 or email trafficandengineering@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk.

What happens next

All feedback will be fully considered once the consultation has closed. If a decision is made to proceed, we would look to undertake construction in early 2023.



  • Anyone from any background


  • Richmond Borough