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Submitted

04/07/2017 16:58:17

Reference No

5494

 

Issue Summary

 

Latest Update

23/08/2017 17:46:13 The proposals for changes to parking restrictions on Pound Pill will only extend the double yellow lines by about 8m. If this is to be changed again, it will not be picked up for several years as Corsham is having all changes done this year. If there was no parking this would increase speeding which may not be desirable with the school at the bottom of the hill. It was agreed to ask highways to look to see if any minor improvements can be carried out


07/07/2017 12:41:05 For consideration at the next CATG meeting


CATG Action / Recommendation

23/08/2017 17:46:13 The proposals for changes to parking restrictions on Pound Pill will only extend the double yellow lines by about 8m. If this is to be changed again, it will not be picked up for several years as Corsham is having all changes done this year. If there was no parking this would increase speeding which may not be desirable with the school at the bottom of the hill. It was agreed to ask highways to look to see if any minor improvements can be carried out Agreed that this would be a priority issue for the CATG


Issue

Vehicles mounting the pavement because of parking and on-coming traffic. This is causing the pavement to become broken and also a danger to pedestrians

 

Issue Location

Corsham

Street / Location

On Pound Pill between the Alms Houses and the Cricket Ground

Electoral Division

Issue Duration

3-4 years

Who is Affected

Pedestrians including children because this is the main footpath into town and a linkage to the main primary school.

What has been done so far

Can this matter please come before the CATG for consideration of appropriate action

What would resolve issue

Perhaps to change the parking arrangement on the opposite side of the road or raise the pavement

Who needs to come together

CATG

Classification

Highways & Transport

In touch with Councillor

No

Sub Classification

Current Status

in progress

 

 

 

 

 


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