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Rejected Petitions

The following petitions have been rejected with reasons given.

TitleRejection reasonStarted by
Red Light Camera Installation

The petition calls for action that is outside of the Council's control.

Eric WandnerView
Steel backing of fridges, fridge/freezers and freezers.

This petition is calling for action that is outside the council's control.  The petitioner may wish to contact their local MP to discuss this matter further.

John MorganView
No to Turing House School in Heathfield Ward

Duplicate request.

Michael ChildsView
Road safety - Burton’s road

Duplication 

Joanna SteadView
CPZ Request for Clifford Road, Buckingham Road and Meadlands Drive

Duplicate of an active petition title: Controlled parking zone and parking at the Russell School

 

Maria WrightView
Richmond ice rink

This is not something the Council can directlty affect. http://cabnet.richmond.gov.uk/documents/s77681/Petitions%20Scheme.pdf

Emiliana StorelloView
Opposing development of 12 Rydal Gardens

This relates to Planning, you cannot submit a petition on planning or licensing applications, as these follow a statutory consultation process. 

James CooperView
For a temporary bridge for motorised vehicles while Hammersmith Bridge is repaired.

duplicate submission. 

Seamus JoyceView
Mortlake Roundabout Bollards

Resolved directly. 

Vivian FowlerView
Introduce bollards or planters to prevent through traffic in Parkleys and Barnsfield Avenuejustine langfordView
Reduce driving in Richmond Park

The Council do not manage the Royal Parks and do not have the power to implement this request. 

The petitioner is advised to contact the Royal Parks, and to look at the Royal Parks movement strategy  https://www.royalparks.org.uk/managing-the-parks/park-strategies/the-royal-parks-transport-and-movement-strategy

Simon GarnettView
Public consultation regarding the mereway day centre site twickenham

The Council have sent a response to the petitioner. 

Damon ShawView
Grosvenor Avenue Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)Sai SivanathanView
New Concrete Skatepark

Duplicate. 

Mateo Rossi RolandoView
Sudbrook Lane and Petersham internet speed

Broadband speeds and provision is not something the Council has control over, however, the Council can raise issues with providers. I will send you an emaiil with some more details. 

Duncan BrownView
TW1 A316 St Margarets/Twick - Dangerous shared use pathway on North side of A316

TFL are the highway authority for the A316. Any petitions / queries must be put to them directly as the Council have no jurisdiction. 

Sarah JenkinsView
Ban single use coffee cups

The Council is supportive of the spirit of this petition and are making efforts to persuade businesses to reduce their environmental impact.  However, the Council does not have the power to ban single use coffee cups (except within the premises/budgets under its control). This would require legislation similar to the Environmental Protection (Plastic Straws, Cotton Buds and Stirrers) (England) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/971) which are mostly in force from 1 October 2020.  

The Council is thus unable to accept this petition as it requests the Council to take action that it does not have the power to take.

Chris SelfView
Return 30 mphDavid C ReadView
Return 30 mphDavid C ReadView
Allow Sun Inn Flowers to Resume Trading

Mr Fisher has submitted an amended version of this petition.

Edward FisherView
Save Sun Inn Flower Stall

A petition on the same subject had already been submitted and was published on a first come first served basis.

Rhonda CollinsView
Sun inn Flowers

There is already a petition on the same subject.

Janet NortonView
Speed Camera on South Worple Way Guadalupe Naquid BaezView
North Teddington Controlled Parking Zone (Zone T1)LIONEL EVANSView
Save Richmond College from DemolitionKhrystyna McPeakeView
The school coaches that block Hanworth road Neena JhawerView
Petition in support of The Open Book - 10 King Street Richmond Judy WrightView
PROTECT THE CORNER OF GOULD ROAD & CRANE ROAD AGAINST INCREASED TRAFFIC OR LOSS OF ON-STREET PARKINGdavid romanView