Local residents are concerned over the lack of pedestrian crossing facilities at the Green Lanes/Hedge Lane/Bourne Hill junction in Enfield, particularly as the junction is close to a school, nursery and a youth club. Modelling work has been undertaken including the provision of pedestrian crossings on all sections of the junction. However, the most favoured solution seems to be to extend the inter-green time (the time between which one arm loses right of way and the next gains right of way) and Enfield Council is currently liaising with TfL to approve these amendments. However, as cars enter the middle of the junction in order to turn right and often undertake these manoeuvres when a red light is showing this will not solve this problem. Please ask TfL to reconsider providing a proper pedestrian phase as it is the only way to guarantee the safety of local schoolchildren and other pedestrians, who will continue to risk their lives when crossing this dangerous junction.