by Amanda Taylor on 19 July, 2018
The parking restrictions for Cavendish Avenue and Baldock Way and the disabled parking bay on Baldock Way are due to be determined next week. Funding was agreed earlier in the year and the schemes formally advertised: as there were some objections, these will be considered by councillors sitting on the Cambridge Joint Area Traffic Committee when it meets on Tuesday.
Click here for a link to the council report.
The meeting takes place at Shire Hall and begins at 4.30pm. It is open to the public and if you wish to listen to the debate you can just turn up on the day; if you wish to speak, you need to inform the County Council’s Democratic Services Office. Anyone who has already made representations on the traffic regulation order should have been informed by the Council.
Low-level fencing for the verges in the middle section of Baldock Way are already approved and will be installed soon.
Cllr Jenny Page-Croft was successful in bidding for money to address parking problems in Gunhild Close. The Council has drawn up a plan for yellow lines at the top of the street where it meets Gunhild Way, and at the bottom of the street near the entrance to the park. You can view it Gunhild Close-1200-101, or if you’d like to see a printed copy, contact Jenny or myself.
There are also plans for converting the single yellow lines in Fendon Close to double yellow lines. Fendon Close-1200-101.
Do you have an idea for a highways improvement? If so, get in touch with me, Jennifer, George or Colin. It does not have to be to do with parking but could be any small highways improvement to make the roads or pavements safer and easier to use. See the County Council’s website for more details: https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/roads-and-pathways/improving-your-local-highway/local-highway-improvement-funding/.10 Comments