Monday 4 March 2024
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Double-yellow lines proposed on Abbey Road and Tewkesbury Close junctions because of inconsiderate parking

Nottinghamshire County Council have launched a consolation process.

The notice reads:

‘Via East Midlands Ltd, is working on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council to deliver highway services in Nottinghamshire.

‘Concerns have been raised about obstructive parking around the junctions of Abbey Road, Buckfast Way and Tewkesbury Close, West Bridgford.

‘This reduces visibility and access for drivers and pedestrians using these junctions.

‘To help alleviate these problems it is proposed to introduce ‘No Waiting At Any Time’ restrictions (Double Yellow Lines) around the junctions as shown on drawing number H/JA/3724/01.

‘Before proceeding further, I wish to consider the views of residents, businesses and organisations who may be interested in this matter.

‘Any observations on these proposals should reach me in writing, either by letter or email, by 13th September 2021.

‘If your comments are in the form of an objection to the proposals, please clearly state this and the reasons for your objection. If the objection cannot be resolved, it will be reported through the County Council’s procedures at the appropriate time.’

Jenalle Anderson
Highway Improvements Officer
Tel: 0115 9939325
Email: tmconsultation@viaem.co.uk

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