Green Dale School Street

Closed 17 Jul 2022

Opened 25 Jun 2022


Tell us what you think about plans for a camera-controlled 'School Street' on Green Dale.

We have worked with James Allen's Girls School (JAGS) to develop plans for a 'School Street' on Green Dale and Deventer Crescent, above the junction with East Dulwich Grove. Using Automatic Number-Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras, motor vehicles would be banned from travelling through this section of road during school opening and closing hours (up to an hour each morning and afternoon).

There would be exemptions for:-

  • emergency services
  • residents within the scheme area will be able to apply for a permit free-of-charge
  • registered carers of residents within the scheme, and blue badge holders working at or dropping people off at the school will be able to apply for a free permit
  • Southwark school transport vehicles (school transport vehicles from elsewhere will be able to apply for a permit)

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Trials of 'School Street' closures across Southwark have been very well received by schools and parents, contributing greatly to children's safety, improving air quality at school locations, and making it easier for children to travel to school by walking or cycling.

We are keen to hear from residents of Green Dale and Deventer Crescent, as well as from parents and teachers at JAGS, about how this scheme should work and any concerns you may have.

Why your views matter

We want to make sure the scheme we implement is the best fit possible for local residents, as well as for children who attend JAGS, their parents and carers.

Following this consultation, and subject to sign-off by the Cabinet Member, we would expect any scheme to be implemented in late 2022.


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  • Parents
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