Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough – Proposed Parking Changes, Various Roads (Variation 4): Traffic Projects

Warwickshire County Council propose to introduce and make changes to on street waiting restrictions at various locations within Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough.

The proposals will be formally advertised on the 16th August 2012.

If you wish to object to any of the proposals then details of how to make an objection are contained within the Public Notice.  Objections will normally be treated as public documents and may be communicated to other persons affected.  The objection period ends on the 14th September 2012.

Details of the reasons given for the restrictions can be viewed in the Statement of Reasons

A description of the proposed restrictions and their location can be viewed in the Public Notice

Bedworth

Church Road

We are proposing to change the restrictions on the existing disabled bays to allow blue badge holders to park without time restrictions.  Details can be viewed on the Church Way Consultation Plan.

Nuneaton

Arbury Road

Restrictions are proposed to introduce an already existing of double yellow line on Arbury Road into the Consolidated Traffic Regulation Order.  Details of the location can be seen on the Arbury Road Consultation Plan.

Bermuda Park Industrial Estate

Double yellow lines are proposed on various lengths of public highway within the industrial estate in order to prevent obstructive parking.  Details of the locations can be seen on the Bermuda Park Consultation Plan

Borough Way

Restrictions are proposed to introduce two already existing lengths of double yellow line on Borough Way into the Consolidated Traffic Regulation Order.   Details of the location can be seen on the Borough Way Consultation Plan

Chesterton Drive/School Lane

Double yellow lines are proposed on these roads from their junction with Plough Hill Road in order to prevent obstructive parking.   Details of the location can be seen on the Chesterton Lane/School Lane Consultation Plan

Clinic Drive

It is proposed to introduce sections of double yellow lines in place of the existing single yellow lines together with an additional limited waiting parking bay.  This is to assist the flow of traffic through Clinic Drive at peak times.   Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Clinic Drive Consultation Plan.

Cooper Street

It is proposed to introduce a new Disabled Person’s Parking Bay on Cooper Street to provide dedicated on-street parking for disabled drivers, particularly residents.  Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Cooper Street Consultation Plan

Freer Street

It is proposed to introduce a new Disabled Person’s Parking Bay on Freer Street to provide dedicated on-street parking for disabled drivers, particularly residents.  Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Freer Street Consultation Plan

Garrett Street

It is proposed to introduce a new Disabled Person’s Parking Bay on Garrett Street to provide dedicated on-street parking for disabled drivers, particularly residents.  Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Garrett Street Consultation Plan

Triton Road

It is proposed to implement two sections of double yellow lines on Triton Road to improve access to an off-street parking and loading facility.   Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Triton Road Consultation Plan

Weddington Terrace

It is proposed to introduce lengths of double yellow lines on Weddington Terrace and Old Hinkley Road.  This will include parking being prohibited on the whole length of the “inner” side of the road.  The restrictions are intended to faicitate the passage of traffic along these lengths of highway.  Details of the proposed restrictions can be seen on the Weddington Terrace Consultation Plan.

 

For further information or any comments relating to the proposals please contact Garry Palmer, Senior Technician, Warwickshire County Council (01926 412809) or email trafficprojects@warwickshire.gov.uk

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