Falfield parking problems targeted in consultation

Falfield parking problems targeted in consulation

Falfield parking problems targeted in consulation

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A CONSULTATION has been launched to discuss proposals to deter weekday commuter parking in Sundayshill Lane, Falfield.

Councillors highlighted the issue of parking on the road and the Severn Vale Area Forum had provided funds to review the issue and identify proposals for the road just off the A38.

No waiting at any time restrictions are proposed at the junction with the A38 and at the access to Orchard View.

No waiting is proposed on the northern side of the lane between the A38 and the access to Orchard View, and on the southern side between the A38 and the western boundary of 14 Orchard View.

The single yellow lines would operate between 9am and 10am, Monday to Friday and outside of these hours parking would be permitted without restriction.

The scheme should be implemented within this financial year, 2014/2015, but would be subject to sufficient support received at a future formal consultation.

The scheme is programmed for implementation within this financial year (2014/2015), would be subject to sufficient support from local business and residents and comments received at a future formal consultation.

People are asked to share their opinions through the on-line questionnaire found at: https://consultations.southglos.gov.uk/consult.ti/FalfieldWR/view?objectId=3226723#3226723.

Comments can also be submitted by emailing: transportservices@southglos.gov.uk or by writing to: FREEPOST RTCT-JXLE-EET, South Gloucestershire Council, Sundayshill Lane waiting restriction review, Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood, BRISTOL, BS15 9TR.

The closing date for comments is Monday, September 15.


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