Cheswick Phase 7 and Wider Mead Area Proposed Waiting Restrictions
The new housing development at Cheswick in Stoke Gifford is largely complete but issues have arisen with extensive parking by employees and contractors of the Ministry of Defence Abbeywood Complex and also students and staff from the University of the West of England. This has caused difficulties for residents, pedestrians and other road users due to inconsiderate parking in unsuitable locations. To address this the Council is consulting local residents on proposals to introduce waiting restrictions (double yellow lines) in parts of Phase 7 and Wider Mead areas of Cheswick.
Purpose of Scheme
To introduce no waiting at any time restrictions to prevent inconsiderate parking in parts of Phase 7 and Wider Mead areas of Cheswick where this currently causes issues.
- No Waiting at Any Time restrictions in parts of Long Wood Road, Horse Leaze Road, Cow Barton, Hermitage Wood Road, Wider Mead, Barnwood, Great Copsie Way and Wallshut Wood.
Please see the consultation documents/drawings for more information.
The drawings showing the proposals are available in the consultation documents section below.
In order to respond to this consultation you can email or write to the addresses provided below:
- Email: Transport Services
- Write to: FREEPOST RTXL-YJXJ-BXEX , South Gloucestershire Council, Cheswick WR, Design & Operations team, Council offices, Badminton Road, Yate, BRISTOL, BS37 5AF
The closing date for comments is the 14 March 2018.
This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results.
14 Feb 2018 at 00:00
14 Mar 2018 at 23:59
- Response Published
05 Jun 2018
|Consultation Topic||Local highways and transportation projects|
|Geographical area||Frenchay and Stoke Park, Stoke Gifford|
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If you have any questions or would like to make any comments, please contact:
South Gloucestershire Council,
Tel: 07748 707508