Cycle Enfield "Scheme Impact Report" (SIR) documents
Request ID: FOI-0961-1920
Date published: 25 July 2019
Please provide the "Scheme Impact Report" (SIR) documents for the following Cycle Enfield, Mini Holland Projects:
- A1010, Hertford Road South
- A105, Green Lanes
- A110, Southbury Road / Nags Head Road
- Enfield Town
Please provide the full Healthy Street Criteria analysis for each project.
TfL Ref: 0961-1920
Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 2 July 2019 asking for information about Cycle Enfield "Scheme Impact Report" (SIR) documents.
Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy. I can confirm that we hold some of the information you require. You asked for: the ‘Scheme Impact Report" (SIR) documents for the following Cycle Enfield, Mini Holland Projects: A1010, Hertford Road South; A105, Green Lanes; A110, Southbury Road / Nags Head Road and Enfield Town.
Attached are the Traffic Signal Supplementary Reports (TSSRs) for the A1010 Hertford Road South and the A105 Green Lanes schemes. The TSSR is the document TfL previously produced before it was re-branded as a Scheme Impact Report - it is an equivalent report.
Please note that we have not introduced a scheme for the A110, Southbury Road / Nags Head Road therefore no SIR exists or is held by TfL. Additionally,
Enfield Town is a Liveable Neighbourhood scheme and is still in the early stages of design. As such there is not yet an SIR available to share for this scheme.
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