Ideas from the Community
A voluntary initiative supporting community engagement in local policy making
Community Ideas

Please use the Feedback Form to give us your own Ideas for how we should develop this initiative.

The Community Ideas List

Share your Ideas with the whole community.  This is where you can help to build and refine a 'long list' of Ideas for how to make our community a more sustainable, better place to be.
 
Take a look at the list at the bottom of this page and see if your own Idea or something similar is already there.  Use the feedback form on the Home Page to send us your Ideas or to suggest 'things to consider'. And, if you are in a position to help deliver any of these ideas, please respond.

The more we share, the better the Ideas become, the more effective we are, as a community.

 
Please try to use the headings below and keep it short.  That will help us to slot in your comments into the best place, to group similar ideas together and to avoid repetition:
 
Idea:         What would make this a better place to live, work and enjoy? Blue Skies thinking or a sticking plaster for an immediate problem – everything is welcome. One Idea at a time please.
 
Action:         What do you think could be done and by whom?
 
Things to consider:   How would this idea work? What are the pros and cons? Can you refer to some evidence to support your view; Does this link with another Idea?
 
Responses:   If you like an Idea and are in a position to take some action, please respond here. 
 
Community Interest Group:  It might be helpful to start an open Community Interest Group to meet, explore, develop and pursue one or more Ideas in detail.  All we would ask is that you follow some basic good practice rules: act impartially, hold open community meetings, actively encourage participation and keep everyone informed. Look in Live Activities, to see what's going on and to join in.

Scope:The initiative focuses initially on Ideas for Dorridge, Bentley Heath and Knowle but, already, there are Ideas which are relevant to a wider range of local communities in the Solihull area. Take a look at the How We Work page for our current thinking on the scope of this initiative and future development.

The Community Ideas List

At present, this is simply a long list of ideas, in the order they come, most recent are at the top  We will look at using headings and other ways to help you to find your way around (help welcome!).  Initially, we'll keep an index of ‘hot’ ideas. You'll find new and updated Ideas near the beginning of the index. Ideas which are fully developed or which are ‘sleeping’, you’ll find nearer the end of the index

HOT IDEAS
Sainsburys Travel Plan, Shopping and Central Dorridge:          027, 011, 007, 023, 006, 005, 004, 017, 003
Parking:                 040, 032, 024, 025, 013, 001, 014, 012,      
Pedestrian and Road Safety:  041(Ref), 042, 039, 010, 008, 009
School Run:           036, 002         
Green:                  037, 035, 018, 022, 026
Social:                   043, 034, 033, 031, 030, 028, 016, 019, 020, 021
Efficiency Savings:   038


 
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043     IDEA:    Improve Dorridge Conservation Area
#Dorridge, social

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC?, Chiltern?] to remove the large advertising hoarding next to the station

b. [Chiltern, volunteers] to restore the Station to its appearance in GWR era

c. other ideas?

Things to consider
 
i. The advertising hoarding is unsightly and inappropriate for an essentially Victorian conservation area

ii. The station is essentially GWR and retains some of its original features (e.g. the footbridge). It would be in keeping with the style of the major buildings (Forest Hotel) to aim to restore at least the station facade to its original GWR appearance.
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Other:           ????
 
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042     IDEA:    Ensure design priority is given to pedestrian routes and access to central Dorridge shops, businesses, the station and other areas.

#Dorridge, All Communities: Pedestrian safety, social

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Sainsburys] to ensure all pedestrian routes to and from the central Dorridge Sainsburys development are intuitive, do not rely excessively on signage, are convenient and safe, not requiring pedestrians to negotiate circuitous or long routes.

b.

Things to consider
 
i. It is central to the success of this development that traffic impacts are minimised and that pedestrians are encouraged. The priority should be to ensure safety and ease of pedestrian access at the expense, if necessary, of increased inconvenience to car users.

ii. In the outline development plan, for example, it is unclear what is the route to be taken by pedestrians wishing to visit Sainsburys store and approaching from Avenue Road
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Other:           ????
 
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041     IDEA:    REFERENCE:  Traffic Calming
# All Communities: Pedestrian and Road Safety; Social; Green

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to introduce appropriate and effective traffic calming measures on a priority basis and after considering alternative strategies to address the underlying issues of traffic volumes, traffic speed, pedestrian safety, environmental impact

b. [SMBC] to adopt priorities and rationales taken from a published list:
 
Central Dorridge
- immediate need, to ensure adequate traffic calming measures are incorporated into plans for a major re-development of central Dorridge and to address risks from the anticipated increased traffic volumes and changes to traffic patterns
- alternative Ideas for reducing traffic volumes (e.g. 005) should be considered

Station Road,
 
Avenue Road
- as for Central Dorridge
- should consider scope for innovative approaches which have low impacts and, perhaps, offer environmental and other benefits e.g. road pinch points with large trees intruding into the road space; encouraging parking in designated stretches with the same effect or to re-inforce physical pinch points.

c. [SMBC] to select traffic calming measures from a published list of technical options which sets out the pros and cons of each

REFERENCE LIST OF TRAFFIC CALMING OPTIONS (to be expanded to cover all technical, proven and innovative options with summary pros and cons:

Passive Road Signs

Active Road Signs

Passive Road surface modification

Road markings; coloured surfaces

Active Road surface modification

Surface texture; Speed humps

Pinch Points

Central reservations; side incursions - with bollards or other street furniture; plantings: trees? with/without explicit give way prioritisation

Area Pedestrian Priority Designation

5mph zone with minimal conventional traffic control signage, no separate pedestrian crossings and priority to pedestrians at all times

Things to consider
 
i. the creation, use and development of a published summary list of technical options and priorities would help ensure SMBC policy is clear, consistent and stable, well communicated and would encourage community engagement in developing and buying in to priorities and decisions.

ii. The list would enable sharing of information and experiences with other communities, local authorities and experts in the UK, especially on the use of innovative schemes.

ii. There could be considerable efficiency savings from a more streamlined way to pre-consult on priorities and preferred options
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ???? 
Other:           ????
 
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040     IDEA:    Control long-term parking in residential and other sensitive areas
#Dorridge, All Communities: Parking, Commuting, railways, employees

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to extend parking restrictions on residential and other affected roads in the vicinity of railway stations to discourage all-day parking.

b. [SMBC] to adopt priorities: Arden Road; Arden Drive

Things to consider
 
i. would prevent all day parking on restricted roads, freeing spaces for limited parking (e.g. for shoppers)

ii. might simply shift commuter and local employee parking to another area unless a viable alternative travel-to-work option is available e.g. Community Buses (005); Park & Ride (013); Kiss & Drive (001)

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Other:           ????
 
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039     IDEA:    Footpaths:  Encourage use of footpaths, where these exist.
#Dorridge, Knowle, All Communities: Pedestrian Safety; School Run;

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to upgrade and promote the use of footpaths, where these exist, as a safer alternative to walking along busy roads

b. [Schools, parents] to encourage children to use foothpaths (e.g. between Arden School and Dorridge) rather than busy roads.

c. [SMBC] to upgrade footpaths to dual-use cycle and footpath

Things to consider
 
i. might reduce risks of road traffic accidents involving pedestrians (e.g. school children) by reducing numbers and density of pedestrians on pavements at busy times.

ii. paradoxically, reducing crowding on pavements might encourage drivers to increase their speed, increasing risks.

iii. some footpaths might be perceived as being unsafe, requiring additional security measures such as tv surveillance.

Costs:  £????:
upgrading surfaces, drainage and lighting where necessary;
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Schools:        ????
Other:              ????
 
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038     IDEA:    Street Cleaning:  Introduce regular No Parking - Street Cleaning days
#Dorridge, Knowle, All Communities: Green; Social; Parking

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to introduce a scheduled, co-ordinated street-by-street deep-clean service to cover gutters, drains, lighting etc. and to include as a same-day action routine inspection and preventive maintenance. Residents would be notified and parking would be prohibited for the duration.

b. [SMBC, Residents] Residents would be invited, immediately prior to the scheduled service, to report issues of concern, e.g. broken paving, flooding, vandalism, parking or other road traffic problems etc.

Things to consider
 
i. removing parked cars from the street would allow more effective and efficient street cleaning and maintenance including gutters and drains, reducing the risk of flooding (e.g. at the problematic junction of Manor Road and Grange Road).

ii. prompting residents to identify problems immediately prior to a scheduled street service might help avoid the need for other inspections and stimulate discussion of possible longer-term solutions.

iii. there is a good potential for efficiency savings and reduced disruption if all basic street repairs and maintenance can be done on one day.

iv. Creating the concept of a street 'annual service' might encourage a more positive sense of ownership of our immediate environment, and help to engage residents and businesses in day-to-day local decision-making.

Costs:  £????: potential efficiency savings
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Other:              ????
 
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037     IDEA:    Localisation: Encourage Businesses to Procure locally sourced Goods and Services (LGS)
#Dorridge, Knowle, All Communities: Green; Social

Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, Waitrose, Tesco, Businesses, SMBC and all community organisations] to positively source and declare the nature and value of goods and services obtained from local suppliers

b. [Consumers] to purchase goods and services, preferentially, from businesses which declare their local sourcing policy and the value added to the local economy.

Things to consider
 
i. would encourage competition to support a more sustainable local community

ii. might help develop an increased sense of community and good relationships between local businesses and their customers

iii. contributes to national and local policy to develop more sustainbable communities

Costs:  £????: this is a very low cost policy solution
 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           Propose to pilot the scheme in ????
Businesses
Other:              ????
 
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036     IDEA:     Reduce Traffic Speed in Station Road (Dorridge, Knowle) During School Run (TSSR)
#Dorridge; Knowle; traffic calming; school run

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to positively encourage limited parking in designated areas during school run times

b. [SMBC, volunteers?] to install temporary traffic signals (automatic or operated by volunteers) to reduce risks of congestion near 'Kiss & Drive' drop off points
 
Things to consider
 
i. Parents cars, using drop off points would act, automatically, as temporary traffic calming at school run times;

ii. Station Road is already sufficiently wide to allow two streams of traffic to pass with care (i.e. slowly); Designated parking areas (e.g. one side of the road, with spaces to allow safe passing) and the use of yellow hashed road would help stop vehicles log-jamming.

iii. permits a reasonably community use of the road (to pick up and drop off children, safely); improves pedestrian safety by reducing effective traffic speeds

iv. relates to other ideas for traffic calming on Station Road (041 (Reference), 008, 009, 010)

Costs:  £????: this is a relatively low cost solution
 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           Propose to pilot the scheme in ????
Other:              ????
 
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035     IDEA:     Switch off or Dim unnecessary Street Lighting (SDSL)
#Dorridge; Knowle; green; social
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to re-configure street lighting to be dimmed or switched off altogether at certain times of day or in certain conditions according to priority list

Priority List:

Avenue Road - would help avoid this residential road being perceived at night as a 'main road' 
 
Things to consider
 
i. would save energy and emissions, fullfilling aims to contribute to government carbon-saving obligations

ii. might decrease real or perceived levels of security
 
iii. might reduce safety for pedestrians and road users

iv. relates to Idea 022 (Better Lighting for Dorridge)

v. could be helpful in reducing use of quiet residential roads as rat-runs, nudging drivers to use better lit 'main roads', especially during sleeping hours.

Costs:  £????: SMBC estimate a potential installation and operating costs to be £???; savings to be £????
 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           Propose to pilot the scheme in ????
Other:              ????
 
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034     IDEA:     Encourage use of Dorridge Park for Excercise (EDPE)
#Dorridge; social;
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC? Friends of Dorridge Park?] to design and implement one or more exercise/fitness circuits in Dorridge Park to be suitable for use by all age ranges
 
b. ???
 
Things to consider
 
i. Would encourage the use of Dorridge Park by a wider range of people and increase its amenity value

ii. Would encourage excercise, generally improved well-being at low cost

iii. Would support the development of organised community fitness activities and events.

Costs:  £?????? - Perhaps some simple installations could be made by volunteers, following proven designs; some installations might be sponsored by local businesses and other organisations and the possibility of grant aid should be explored
 
 Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Friends of Dorridge Park:        ????
Sponsors:              ???? 
 
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033     IDEA:     A Community Fair for Voluntary Groups (CFVG)
#Dorridge; social;
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [DDRA?, Knowle Society] to organise at least one event in a suitable village hall where voluntary community groups and organisations could set up their stall, showing what they have achieved, their planned activities and who is involved
 
Things to consider
 
i. Would help the wider community to appreciate the number and range of activities which, in many ways, define our communities

ii. Would, at least once a year, provide an opportunity for voluntary groups to promote themselves, encouraginf wider participation and involvement.

Costs:  £?????? 
 
Responses
 
DDRA:           ????
Knowle Society:        ????
Other:              ????
 
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032     IDEA:     Discourage Use of Dorridge as B'ham Commuters Start Point
#Dorridge; parking; railway commuting; traffic volume; traffic management
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Chiltern] to remove perverse incentives (fares, car park charges) which encourage commuters from Warwick Direction to start their journeys at Dorridge rather than Warwick Parkway or intervening stations

b. [Chiltern, SMBC] to consider raising car park charges but to offer local residents a permanent discount

c. [Bus operators] to consider running parallel bus services from Dorridge in the direction of Warwick

 
Things to consider
 
i. Might relieve pressure on Dorridge car parks

ii. ?????? 

Costs:  £??????
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
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031     IDEA:     Move Dorridge War Memorial (MDWM)
#Dorridge; social 

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC?, Volunteers?] to move Dorridge War Memorial into a more central village position or to a new position e.g. at the Manor Road Junction
 
Things to consider
 
i. At present the War Memorial is stuck in a corner of a car park, out of sight. The Sainsburys re-development offers the opportunity to consider a better place. That could be as an integral part of the shopping development or, alternatively, re-located to a more suitable place, for example, on the green space at the Manor Road Junction, if that could be made bigger.

ii. Links with Idea to re-engineer Manor Road junction so as to provide a more accessible and larger green space (029) 

Costs:  £?????? Could this be done by volunteers?
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Other:              ????
 
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030     IDEA:     More Courteous, everyday Social Contact (MCSC)
#All communities; social;
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Everyone] to greet people we meet or pass in the street, with a friendly smile and a 'Good Morning'
 
Things to consider
 
i.  The more our community grows, the greater the risks of social isolation, anonymity and a 'them and us' culture developing. Reminding ourselves that 'it's OK' to make eye contact with people we pass in the street, whether we know them or not, and to smile and to say 'good morning' to the people who serve us in our shops and businesses all helps to build a sense of community. After all, most of the people we see are neighbours, visitors or people whom we rely on to make Dorridge function.

Costs:  £??????: Cost Free!
 
 
Responses
 
Other:              ????
 
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029    IDEA:     Re-design Manor Road Junction (RMRJ) 
#Dorridge; pedestrian safety, traffic management; cycling; social; green
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC?] to re-engineer the junction of Manor Road with Grange Road to eliminate the sweeping corner route and replace with a simple, single T-junction.
  
Things to consider
 
i. The existing sweeping junction is unnecessary and encourages excessive traffic speeds
 
ii.  removal of this road would allow the creation of a wider and more usable green area, a safer pedestrian/cycling route into Manor Road and one less road crossing to negotiate for pedestrians using Grange Road

iii. would improve safety for drivers wishing to enter the Total service station

iv. provides space for possible traffic calming on Grange Road, at or around the present spur-junction 

Costs:  £??????
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ???? 
Other:              ????
 
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028     IDEA:     Community Notice Board  (CNB)
#Dorridge; social
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, DDRA, LocalSCG, other Community Organisations and Interest Groups] to provide, support and manage an open access community notice board

b. [Chiltern] to support a similar board within Dorridge Station

 
Things to consider
 
i. an open notice board would encourage a sense of community by showing the range and nature of community activities e.g. local clubs, societies and community interest groups etc.

ii. would alllow community groups to tell everyone what they are doing, what's new and to invite others to join in routine activity, projects or on-off events e.g.  ad-hoc walks, cycling, 'tidy Dorridge days', gardening work parties etc.

iii.  An open Community Wall, allowing anyone to post information, might be preferable to a more conventional locked glass fronted cabinet and leaflet holders.

ii. However 'untidy' (or vibrant!), it is important that this is a implemented as a central feature, where people will notice it and have the space to stop and read and is not tucked away somewhere in a quiet corner.

Costs:  £??????:  Low?
 
Responses
 
Sainsburys: ????
DDRA:       ????
Local SCG:  An excellent idea; we would be happy to post and help to manage information on a suitably positioned Community Wall
Chiltern:        ????
Other:              ????
 
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027     IDEA:     Phone and Collect Shopping Service (PCSS) 
#Dorridge; Knowle; parking; railway commuting; traffic volume; traffic management; business; social
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys?, local retailers?] to offer a telephone order service to commuters, other rail users and to the general public to allow customers to order pre-packed goods to be ready for collection near the station and/or other drop-off points

b. [Chiltern Railways?, retailers?] to establish a collection point in or near the station

c. [SMBC, retailers] to establish a collection point at a suitable Kiss & Drive drop-off point
 
Things to consider
 
i. might reduce the need for separate shopping trips, reducing pressure on roads and car parking

ii. links to Idea for Kiss & Drive drop off points (001)

Costs:  £??????:  ?????
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ???? 
Retailers:   ????
Other:              ????
 
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026     IDEA:     Promote Sustainable Shopping Behaviours (SSB)
#Dorrdge, Knowle, All Communities: green; business; social
Related Ideas:
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Retailers] to run seminars etc. to introduce and help their customers to identify sustainable foods and other products
 
b. [Retailers, campaigning organisations] to run seminars etc. to educate customers about how to reduce their shopping eco-footprint, for example, by walking to the shops

c. [Retailers, schools] to collaborate to educate children on sustainabilty issues
 
Things to consider
 
i. would help to demonstrate and fulfil retailers commitment to work with the community and to promote more sustainable shopping behaviours

ii. would help encourage culture change and build support for alternatives to using cars. This could have a measurable impact on car use, reducing the environmental impacts from increased traffic volumes and relieving pressure on limited car parking spaces.

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
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025     IDEA:     Introduce Parking Disc Scheme for Dorridge Centre (PDSDC)  
#Dorridge; parking; railway commuting; traffic management; business
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC and Local Businesses] to provide free parking discs for their customers to indicate arrival time when they park their cars

b. [SMBC] to enforce disc scheme by checking for over-limit parking and abuse (dis-honestly indicating the wrong arrival time)
 
 
Things to consider
 
i. More efficient parking enforcement – no need for traffic control officer to first create a log of legally parked cars; simply book cars with time-expired discs or discs which show an obviously wrong arrival time.

Costs:  £??????:  could offer efficiency savings over alternative parking management arrangements
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Local Businesses:       ????
Other:              ???? 
 
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024     IDEA:     Provide Dedicated Car Parking for Dorridge Surgery (DCPDS) 
#Dorridge; parking; traffic management; social
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Sainsburys????] to identify on-road or off-road parking areas which could be restricted to visitors to the Dorridge surgery

b. [Surgery] to issue special time-restricted parking tickets for patients to display 

 
Things to consider
 
i. It is unclear where visitors with appointments at Dorridge Surgery will park when the main Sainsburys car park become full or is close to capacity. Even if there are spaces in that car park which are dedicated for disabled or general visitors to the Surgery, it might be impossible to reach them.  It seems likely, if this happens at peak times, on-street parking will also be difficult.

ii. because of the expected increased traffic flows around the Station Approach, Avenue Road, Forest Road circuit and the potential for queues to form at peak times in the vicinity of the car park entrance, it might not be possible to designate convenient on-street parking for the use of visitors to the Surgery, where it is now, which is ideal.

iii. An alternative, not ideal option, might be to designate parking spaces in Avenue Road and in Dorridge Road which, at present, are time restricted to prevent all day parking by railway commuters and local employees
 
iv. one way to ensure these spaces were used exclusively by visitors to the surgery would be for the Surgery to issue special permits for display in their cars. It might be necessary to instruct Traffic Enforcement Officers to take a flexible approach and to check if, unavoidably, people were still waiting for their appointment! 

Costs:  £??????:  ?????
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Dorridge Surgery
Other:              ????
 
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023     IDEA:     Re-locate Sainsburys Car Park Entrance to Station Road (RSCPE) 
#Dorridge; parking; traffic management; business
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, SMBC] to relocate the main car park entrance to the front of the store with direct access to Station Road; possibly combining with the HGV entrance. 

 
Things to consider
 
i. This single design change, on its own, would offer significant environmental and functional benefits including more effective, efficient and flexible traffic management, increased street parking, separation of essentially village 'quiet side' activites (residential, doctors and pedestrian access to the shops and to the station) from 'business side' retail, deliveries, and visitor traffic.

ii. This design accepts that Dorridge is built on a through road and that most visitors to the central shopping area will arrive from Poplar Road, Station Road and Grange Road.  There is plenty of space on Station Road for an efficient and flexible traffic management system (e.g. a gyratory scheme, with traffic controls if necessary) which will get cars in to the main car park or to the overflow car park and to easily return them in the direction they came.

iii. Avoids the need for Sainsburys traffic to circumnavigate the road system Station Approach, Avenue Road, Forest Road, and five problematic road junctions, including the rear car park entrance itself.

iv. Offers the opportunity to designate the residential and conservation roads at the 'rear' of the site to be 'Quiet', pedestrian priority zones (related Idea 007), more suited to non-retail services such as the Surgery, the station and the Forest Hotel and encouraging pedestrian access.
 
v. would significantly reduce the need for re-engineering road junctions and for pedestrian crossings at in and around the station and conservation area and at the junctions with Dorridge Road, Avenue Road and Forest Road, opposittreduced through traffic in Station Approach, Avenue Road and Forest Road

vi. This design option would provide considerable flexibilities, for example, at some point, to pedestrianise Station Approach, greatly enhancing the amenity value of this area. Such flexibilities might be lost if the car park entrance is permanently located at the rear of the site.

vii. Sainburys have already implemented a combined, taffic controlled shoppers and goods entrance (Sainsburys Maidenhead). This solution might be more costly to implement but future liablities for remedial action could be reduced and functional and wider community benefits are very good.
 
Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
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022     IDEA:     Better lighting for Dorridge
#Dorridge; social; pedestrian safety; green
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, SMBC] to adopt and implement a lighting policy following best practice e.g. to avoid unnecessary light pollution and consequential wasted energy

b. [Sainsburys, SMBC] to adopt and replace ‘orange’ street lighting with white-light sources with a priority given to new development and to residential roads
 
 
Things to consider
 
i. More energy efficient: more light on the roads and pavements; less into the sky, into residents’ bedrooms (why can am I being blinded by light when I am on the second floor of my house?)! Better colour rendering means street lights do not need to be so powerful or intense

ii. More appropriate ambiance for a residential area with many trees and nice gardens (yes, our trees and lawns and many grassed areas are green – not orange!); less like an urban environment.

iii. Safer – better colour rendering makes it easier and safer for pedestrians at night.

iv. Dark Skies: maybe we will be able to see the stars again

v. Links with Idea 035 (Dim or Switch off unnecessary Street Lighting)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? possibly higher installation costs but these might be offset by the need for smaller, more directional lighting and lower running costs 
 
 Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Astronomical Societies      ????
Other:              ????
 
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021     IDEA:     Encourage new micro-enterprises to Dorridge
#Dorridge; business, social,
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Sainsburys] to offer one shopping unit, under favourable terms, to a start-up micro-enterprise
 
Things to consider
 
i. could help to achieve a more balanced local economy.

ii. might be offered as part of a wider competitive process to encourage micro-enterprises and start-ups

iii. ????? 

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
 Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Other Sponsors:       ????
Business support institutions
Other:              ????
 
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020     IDEA:     A Community 'Shop' for Dorridge (CSD) 
#Dorridge; social; business
Related Ideas: 019, 021
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys] supporting the local community and encouraging diversity, to offer one of its shop units to WI or other voluntary or community organisations or societies for commercial purposes, art displays, community campaigns etc, perhaps on a temporary or rotating basis, to encourage diversity.
 
Things to consider
 
i. a community enterprise space in amongst retailers, in the heart of Dorridge, might greatly enhance the sense of community and, if occupied on a rotating basis, would help showcase the range of community groups and activities
 
 Responses
 
Sainsburys: ????
Community groups:  ????
 
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019     IDEA:     A Post Office for Dorridge (PO) 
#Dorridge; business; social;
Related Ideas: 021
 
Suggested Actions
 
    1. [Sainsburys, Micro-Business, ????] to re-establish a Post Office in Dorridge
Things to consider
 
i. With increasing footfall, and the stated intention of Sainsburys, SMBC and others to create a more vibrant, diverse shopping centre, taking up the latent Post Office franchise might be regarded as a viable attactor, a social service to local residents and avoid unnecessary additional journeys to Knowle or to Bentley Heath

  1. ??????
 
Responses
 
Sainsburys: ????
other business or start-up?:  ????

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018     IDEA:     Wheeled Shopping Bags to encourage shopping on foot or by bike (WSB) 
#Dorridge; parking; traffic volume; traffic management; green; business; cycling; social
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, retailers] to pilot, establish and promote a local scheme to loan wheeled shopping bags which could be used in-store and for other local shopping, making it easy for people to take heavy items home on foot or by bicycle.
 
Things to consider
 
i. this would encourage and enable at least a proportion of shoppers to visit local retailers on foot, reducing traffic impacts and reducing pressure on car parking spaces.

ii. would need to consider if bags would be offered on temporary loan, requiring bags to be retrieved after use, or on permanent loan, requiring users to find somewhere to keep them at home (see related Idea 017 Trolley Management Scheme)

iii. the bags might be similar to the 'hod' design, already piloted by Waitrose see http://www.bikehod.com/bike-hod/shopping.html

iv. could this be delivered by a community run social enterprise?

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 

Sainsburys: ????
Business consortium:  ???
Social Enterprise:  ???
 
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017     IDEA:     Trolley Management schemes (TMS)
#Dorridge, Knowle: parking; traffic volume; traffic management; green; business; cycling; social
Related Ideas: nnn

Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys] in Doriridge, to use a coin-deposit system for its conventional supermarket trolleys

b. [Sainsburys] in Dorridge, to offer free-access trolleys but with automatic brakes, should the trolleys be taken beyond the car park or, if technically feasible, to allow access to other designated car parking areas but to prevent access to residential roads.

c. [Sainsburys, local retailers consortium] instead of offering trolleys whose only purpose is to transfer shopping from the store to parked cars in the car park, retailers could design and offer a trolley suitable for taking shopping reasonable distances directly to our homes; this could be returned to store by the user or placed in a designated safe space for pick-up e.g. by delivery vans (Idea 0or community bus service (Idea 005); the location of trolleys would be known from user records.
 
 
Things to consider
 
i. £1 might not be a sufficiently high value deposit to deter someone from taking the trolley from the store but might be sufficient reward for someone else to retrieve it?

ii. automatic trolley braking systems might prevent shoppers from loading cars which are parked in alternative street parking or taking them to alternative car parks (e.g. behind the Total garage)

iii. pavement-going trolleys might be offered on loan to registered users and activated with a store card or credit card - this would be similar to the system used by the increasingly succesful bicycle hire schemes in London and Paris (see related Idea 018 - Wheeled Shopping Bags)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
 Responses
 
Sainsburys: ????
Other retailers     ????
Other:              ????

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016     IDEA:     Help People (especially the elderly) to Switch Energy Tariff (SET) 
#Dorridge, Knowle, All communities; social
Related Ideas: nnn

Suggested Actions

 
a.  [Neighbours, Voluntary Groups, Churches etc] to act proactively to stimulate action and offer a free service to check that everyone is on the best, lowest cost tariff, targetting especially the elderly and other non-Internet users.

b. [Interest Group] to develop coordinated annual campaign
 
Things to consider
 
i. many people in our community, especially the elderly and non-internet users, because they have not changed their tarif for over a year, may be paying much more than necessary for their electricity and gas. Simply changing tariff could save these people hundreds of pounds each year.

ii. Neighbours and members of organisations and communities such as churches may be able to take action immediately;

iii.  If organised as a door-door campaign, this might require vetting of volunteers with proper identification

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
Churches:  ????
Voluntary organisations
Other:              ????
 
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015     IDEA:     Provide a Flexible Range of Parking and drop off areas (FRP)
#Dorridge; parking; traffic volume; traffic management; green; business; social
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Dorridge Car Park operators] to provide a flexible range of parking: Long-term (>2hrs), short-term (<2hrs) and ample pick-up/drop-off areas for users of Dorridge Shopping Centre.

b. [????] to ????
 
Things to consider
 
i. There may be a demand for parking in excess of 2hrs (e.g. employees), ?????

ii. Flexiblity could be achieved, for example, by:
 
1. signage permitting longer stays at certain times or days, in the whole or part of free parking areas

2. permit holders being able to stay for longer periods,
 
3. a paid ticketing system

4. the introduction of a parking disc system
 
iii.  this fits well with ideas for Kiss&Drive (Idea 001), Pedestrian Priority Zone (Idea 005) and Disc Parking (Idea 025) and Permit Parking (014)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Car Park Operators     ???? 
 
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014     IDEA:     Permit Parking for Employees of local businesses (PPE)
#Dorridge; business; parking; traffic volume; traffic management;
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Car park owners, Businesses] to issue , ????, ????] to allocate a limited number of spaces in car parks for permit holders
 
b. [local businesses] to purchase and issue permits to their own employees, to be used only during their personal working hours.
 
Things to consider 
 
i. would overcome the problem of employees having to move their cars every two hours (or whatever limit is applied to public parking)

ii. would ensure reserved parking is available for shift workers

iii. if allocated permit holders spaces were not fully occupied, this would deny those spaces by other car park users 

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Car Park owners/operators
Dorridge Businesses:   ????
Other:              ????  
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013     IDEA:     Park & Ride Schemes (PRS)
#Dorridge; parking; railway commuters; traffic volume; traffic management; green; business;
Related Ideas: nnn

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Businesses, Social Enterprise] Establish Park & Ride scheme at Dorridge Village Hall

b. [SMBC, Businesses, Social Enterprise] Establish Park & Ride scheme at Bentley Heath Village Hall
 
Things to consider
 
i. With appropriate targeting and incentives, this could target railway commuters and/or shoppers.

ii. could be expensive to establish and operate; should be considered as an element of a wider integrated community bus service (see Idea 005)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Bus operators:  ???? 
 
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012     IDEA:     Improve Arden Place Parking access and capacity (APP)  
#Dorridge; parking; traffic management;
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to reduce pavement width and re-design car park to increase capacity and improve access
 
Things to consider
 
i. this might increase overall parking capacity for visitors to central Dorridge

ii. the amenity value of the broad pedestrian pavements would be lost

iii. this might be best considered as part of an overall approach to designate the whole of central Dorridge to be a pedestrian priority zone (see Idea 007)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Other:              ???? 

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011     IDEA:     Make Sainsburys Car Park entrance One Way In and One Way Out (SCPOW)
#Dorridge; parking; traffic volume; traffic management; green; business; pedestrian safety
Related Ideas: nnn

Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainburys, SMBC] to install a central reservation in Avenue Road opposite the proposed car park entrance - this might be combined with a pedestrian crossing to the Surgery

b. [Sainsburys, SMBC] to put appropriate signs to direct traffic to approach the rooftop car park via Station or to the overflow car park (if any) behind the Total petrol station.
 
c. [Sainsburys, SMBC] to put 'Car Park full' signs on approaches to Dorridge

d. [SMBC] to change priorities at the junction of Forest Road and Avenue Road
 
Things to consider
 
i.  This simple road design would effectively force traffic to enter the roof top car park access ramp from one direction (Station Approach) and exit in the other direction (Avenue Road, Forest Road), avoiding the risk of congestion from traffic from Avenue Road and from Forest Road attempting to turn right into the car park. The risk of congestion is especially high when the car park is full or approaching capacity.
 
ii. This approach would have fewer disbenefits than a more general one-way system which would, in effect, force half of all the vehicles entering Dorridge to circumnavigate the Dorridge central area

iii. This would effectively direct drivers to approach all car parks via a single decision point at or about the Station Approach junction - to go to the rooftop car park or to an overflow car park.

iv. This could help improve traffic flows and reduce the risk of Avenue Road from becoming a rat-run for traffic approaching the car parks and could reduce overall traffic flows in Forest Road and Avenue Road.

v. (d) could improve traffic flows, especially for bus services and would help prevent Avenue Road from becoming a rat run and avoiding the need for expensive traffic calming measures.

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
  
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Other:              ???? 
 
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010     IDEA:     Restrict Business Delivery Times to avoid school run (Pedestrian Safety) (BDT)
  
#Dorridge, Knowle: pedestrian safety; school run; traffic management;business; cycling; social
Related Ideas: nnn
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys, Tesco, other local businesses] voluntarily, to restrict HGV [and other] deliveries to hours which avoid the school run, for example, 0800-0900 and 1515-1615
 
Things to consider 
 
i. This could significantly reduce the danger to school children, parents and Walking Buses who need to use Station Road pavements.

ii. This could encourage school children to use alternatives such as cycling to school  

Costs:  £??????:  None?

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other Businesses:              ????  
 
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009     IDEA:     Pelican Crossings for Station Road (traffic calming) (PCSR)
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC] to install at least three more Pelican (pedestrian controlled) crossings along Station Road, for example, near Starbold Crescent, on the Knowle side of the roundabout at Grove Road and, in Dorridge, at the entrance to Dorridge Junior School. 

Things to consider
 
i. During peak times, for example when the pavements are filled with school children and with a bit of encouragement to press the button as they pass by, this could be a highly effective, demand-responsive traffic calming measure.

ii. At times when there were few pedestrians using the pavements, and the crossings were not required, the road would be free-flowing.  

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Schools:       ????
 
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008     IDEA:     Twenty Plenty – lower speed limits in residential roads in Dorridge, Knowle and Bentley Heath (TP)
 
Suggested Actions
 
a.  [SMBC] to apply a 20mph maximum speed limit to all residential roads in Dorridge with priority given to roads on the approaches and exits from Dorridge shopping area.

b.  [SMBC] to apply 5mph or 10mph limits at and around hot-spots such as ‘Kiss & Drive’ drop off points

c.  [SMBC] to apply a strictly enforced 5mph maximum speed limit in pedestrian priority zones (see Idea 007) 
 
Things to consider
 
i. Twenty Plenty is a national initiative to lower speed limits in residential areas

ii. In most built-up areas and, especially in residential areas with roads designed for local traffic, there is no significant time saving to motorists by speeding up to 30mph or higher whenever possible.

iii.The time saving to motorists accelerating to 30mph or 40mph between road junctions does not justify the increased danger to pedestrians and other road users. For example, over a half mile stretch of Station Road, the journey time might be Xmns (20mph), Xmins (30mph), Xmins (40mph).

iv. a permanent speed limit on roads where there is no obvious reason (e.g. school children, pedestrians) might not unnecessary or simply not observed. A time-limited 20mph limit (e.g. during the school run) or limited to clearly signed sections of road might be more effective.

Costs:  £??????:  low - signs and, possibly, road surface markings 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ???? 
 
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007     IDEA:     Pedestrian Priority Areas – Dorridge Centre  (PPADC)

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Sainsburys,] to designate the whole of central Dorridge, including Forest Road, Avenue Road and Station Approach, to be a pedestrian-priority zone with, perhaps, no conventional road markings, pedestrian-friendly surface treatments and a strict 5mph speed limit. This would be not dissimilar to the arrangements in old market towns such as Hitchin and many others 
 
Things to consider
 
i. This arrangement would help prevent the perception and reality that Dorridge is becoming a car-priority zone, dominated by yellow lines, kerbs, pedestrian crossings and other traffic control arrangements.

ii. By designating central Dorridge to be a pedestrian priority zone, this would connect better visually and in terms of amenity with the essentially residential nature of the area and with the immediate residential roads.

iii. In this way, the development of Dorridge might be seen as offering a degree of environmental improvement rather than environmental degradation.

iv. Whilst, in itself, this arrangement would not, in itself, reduce overall traffic volumes, there is no reason to believe that congestion would be any worse and good reason to believe that traffic speeds would be lower

v. At non-busy times, this arrangement would considerably improve the appearance and amenity of the village for residents, especially around the conservation area and what should be a people-focussed area by Dorridge Surgery.

vi. there would be no need for numerous (two at each junction + extras?) separate pedestrian crossings which might otherwise be required to ensure pedestrian safety.

vii. this could eliminate the need for expensive and overly complex traffic management arrangements at road junctions. Perhaps all that would be required would be ‘open gates’ or other devices which would ensure motorists to pause and take note that they were entering a pedestrian-priority zone.

viii. while there are some example of this approach being trialled in the UK, this arrangement might be unfamiliar to motorists and might require powerful signage and visual signals to ensure appropriate behaviour while in the Zone.

ix. This concept is spoilt to an extent by Sainsburys car park entrance being located at the rear of the site, requiring all car-park traffic to circumnavigate Station Approach, Avenue Road and Forest Road.  Consideration should be given to options to re-locate the car-park access ramp to Station Road (see Idea 023)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Other:              ???? 
 
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006     IDEA:     Traffic management scheme Dorridge centre (mini roundabouts) 

Suggested Actions
 
a.  [SMBC, Sainsburys] to install mini-roundabouts at the following road junctions in central Dorridge: 
 
i.  Station Rd – Forest Rd
ii.   Forest Rd – Avenue Rd – Sainsburys car park
iii. Retain at Dorridge Rd – Station Car Park, Station Approach - Avenue Rd
iv. Station Approach – Grange Rd – Station Road
 
Things to consider
 
i. Road junctions in central Dorridge are already problematic. These problems might be exacerbated when traffic volumes increase, especially in the Station Approach, Avenue Road, Forest Road circuit when, usually, most car-driving customers (most customers?) of Sainsburys will aim for the car park entrance at the rear of the site.

ii. Mini roundabouts are familiar, low cost solutions and may be more effective than the existing pattern of road priority arrangements

iii. It might be preferable, if the Sainsburys car park entrance is to be retained at the rear of the store (see alternative Idea X), instead of having this separate, unregulated entrance/exit just yards away from the existing junction of Forest Road and Avenue Road, to incorporate all three roads into a mini-roundabout arrangement

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
  
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
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005     IDEA:     Integrated Community Bus Services (ICBS)
 
Suggested Actions
 
a.  [Chiltern, Sainsburys, other businesses in Dorridge and Bentley Heath, bus operators, social enterprise] form a consortium to pilot frequent, multi-purpose community bus services as part of an integrated local transport strategy. To ensure maximum utilisation of the vehicles, suitably equipped buses might, sequentially:
 
i.  Bring rail commuters to the station in the morning
ii. Take children to school
iii.      Offer hop-on, hop-off local transport for shoppers
iv. Offer area-targeted services e.g. on specified days, to bring elderly or non-car driving shoppers for shopping trips to local shopping centres and return them home after, say 2hrs, with their shopping.
v. Deliver shopping in morning and afternoon rounds
vi. Take school children home, or at least away from over-crowded roads such as Station Road
vii. Take home rail commuters
viii. Evening shopping delivery rounds e.g. to deliver the bulk of shopping done by railway commuters who wish to walk home with only one or two bags.
 
b.  [Community volunteers] provide support to those who are unable to access internet or telephone services to order goods.
 
c.  [Sainsburys and other retailers] to incorporate bus pick-up and drop-off point into the front of the store where shoppers can wait with their shopping in the warm and dry until their community bus arrives

d. if run as a consortium or social enterprise, this could offer a wider choice and enable smaller retailers to compete by collecting and delivering goods from any local shop

e.  Links with idea for Local Shopping Delivery Services Idea 006

  
 
Things to consider
 
i. Helps to reduce overall traffic volumes and associated impacts 

ii. Enables non-car owners and others, especially the elderly, who may be unable to visit the shops to buy their groceries locally 

iii. Encourages shopping on foot and by Bus 

iv. Costly set-up costs (possibly eligible for grant aid, e.g. as a demonstration scheme, promoting electric vehicles and sustainable transport?, social enterprise)  

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 

 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys, other retailers and local businesses: ????
Schools:       ????
Voluntary:       ????
Community Social Enterprise:  ???? 
 
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004     IDEA:     Local Shopping Delivery Services (LDSS) 

Suggested Actions
 
    1. [Sainsburys, Tesco and other retailers] to offer to deliver shopping to local residents, possibly using electric vans. 
    1. [Dorridge, Bentley Heath and Knowle retailers] form a consortium or form a Social Enterprise to run delivery vans as a common service. 
    1. [Community volunteers] provide support to those who are unable to access telephone or internet ordering services
Things to consider
 
i.  could reduce overall traffic volumes and associated impacts by offering to deliver heavy or bulky goods to local residences, as part of a round, avoiding the need to use own car

ii.  might encourage shopping on foot and shopping by railway or bus commuters returning home, avoiding the need for separate car journeys

iii.  would enable non-car owners and others, especially the elderly and infirm, who may be unable to visit the shops themselves, to obtain their groceries and other goods locally

iv. if run as a consortium or social enterprise, this could offer a wider choice and enable smaller retailers to compete by collecting and delivering goods from any local shop

iv.  Might be more efficient to consider deliveries as part of a more Integrated Community Bus approach (see Idea No 006)  

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
    1. SMBC:           ????
    2. Sainsburys and other retailers: ????
    3. Bus service operators
    4. Voluntary organisations
    5. Social Enterprise:  ????
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003     IDEA:     Pedestrian Crossing to Dorridge Surgery  (PCDS) 
 

Suggested Actions
 
a.  [SMBC; Sainsburys] to make a pedestrian crossing opposite Dorridge Surgery 
 
Things to consider
 
i.  Would help ensure visitors to Dorridge Surgery arriving from the direction of Dorridge Road can cross Avenue Road in safety.

ii.  encourages walking rather than driving to the surgery

iii.  Might be unnecessary if the whole of central Dorridge is designated as a Pedestrian Priority Area (see Idea no. 8)  

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Sainsburys: ????
Other:       ???
 
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002     IDEA:     Walking Bus from Sainsburys Car Park  (WBS) 

Suggested Actions
 
a. [Sainsburys; Schools] encourage parents to use Sainsburys' car park as drop-off and joining point for a Walking Bus to Dorridge Schools 

b. [Sainsburys] might sponsor and support the walking bus, e.g. by providing day-glo arm bands etc. 

c. [volunteers] might offer to conduct the Walking Bus 
 
Things to consider
 
i. helps to reduce congestion on Station Road and Hanbury Road due to school run 

ii. helps to reduce incidence of parents parking on pavements 

iii. helps to reduce traffic volume and impacts by avoiding unnecessary car journeys and by encouraging parents to combine a shopping trip with school run. 

iv. some traffic and environmental benefits may be lost if parents choose to shop elsewhere

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 
  
 
Responses
 
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????  
 
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001     IDEA:     Kiss & Drive drop off points (K&D)
 

Suggested Actions
 
a. [SMBC, Chiltern, Sainsburys, schools]: Encourage residents to ‘Kiss & Drive’. That is, to drop off railway commuters, shoppers and school children at designated drop-off points without parking.

b.[SMBC, Chiltern, Sainsburys, schools]: to build drop off points into the road and pavement scheme [where?]
 
Things to consider
 
i. Reduces pressure on parking spaces

ii. Reduces incidents of parking on pavements 

iii. might require the pavement to be narrowed at the drop off point, reducing pedestrian safety  

iv. Links to ideas for Phone and Collect service (027)

Costs:  £??????:  ????? 

 
Responses
 
SMBC:  ???
Chiltern:  ???
Sainsburys:  ???
Schools:  ???
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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nnn     IDEA:     ??????
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [????, ????] to
 
Things to consider
 
i. ?????

ii. ??????
 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
 
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nnn     IDEA:     ??????
 
Suggested Actions
 
a. [????, ????] to
 
Things to consider
 
i. ?????

ii. ??????
 
 
Responses
 
SMBC:           ????
Chiltern:        ????
Sainsburys: ????
Schools:       ????
Other:              ????
 
 

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