by Amanda Taylor on 19 February, 2015
At the beginning of the year, double yellow lines were painted on junctions in the north of Queen Edith’s, in the streets on either side of Baldock Way. The County Council had also hoped to extend the double yellow lines on Nightingale Avenue near its junction with Queen Edith’s Way – something residents have been requesting for a while, to aid visibility.
The process is that the traffic regulation orders are advertised, any objections determined, and then the orders are ‘sealed’. I understand this does involve some actual sealing wax. The final stage of the process is to book a painting vehicle to attend and actually to paint the lines on the road.
Unfortunately – wouldn’t you just guess — the yellow paint charabang hasn’t been able to extend the lines because there’s always something parked there. They plan to have another attempt this weekend – let’s hope they succeed this time.
The Council will also be advertising some extra yellow lines for Godwin Way near the Queen Edith’s Primary School. Click here for a plan.Godwin Way parking restrictions 2015
If you wish to comment, please do so by 20th March, quoting Amendement 24 and send to: Local Infrastructure & Street Management
Policy & Regulation
Box No: SH1204