More Double Yellow Lines For Ilkeston Road, Stapleford

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When I asked at Council will there be further restrictions to the residents along Ilkeston Road in Stapleford I was clearly told NO, when I questioned this as phase two for Field Farm went to Council.

I was the only Councillor who raised these concerns for the local residents.

Before anyone says I live here, yes I live on Ilkeston Road but this doesn’t effect me at all.

So with that I am extremely disappointed to find out this information.

Have heard absolutely nothing what so ever about this from the two current County Councillors at Nottinghamshire County Council.

Residents in the effected area do not have dropped kerbs or the opportunity to park on the garden as the space does not exist.

Parking on Melbourne Road was badly effected when Double Yellow Lines went down along Ilkeston Road in the past.

This will have massive negative implications for those on Ilkeston Road, Rowan Avenue and Aaron Close.

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TRO 5299 Advert Ilkeston Road, Stapleford – Proposed Double Yellow Lines and Bus Stop Clearway

Closes 23 Apr 2021

Opened 26 Mar 2021

Overview

In order to facilitate the new housing development to the north of Ilkeston Road and to assist vehicles turning right into the development, Nottinghamshire County Council is proposing to introduce No Waiting At Any Time restrictions (Double Yellow Lines) along Ilkeston Road, Rowan Avenue and the new access road to the development at Stapleford.

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It is also proposed to relocate the existing Bus Stop Pole and introduce a new 19 metre Bus Stop Clearway, No Stopping At Any Time, except buses.

Proposed Parking Restrictions (TRO 5299) Ilkeston Road, Rowan Avenue and New Access Road, Stapleford – PUBLIC ADVERT Via East Midlands Ltd is working on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council to deliver Highway Services.

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In order to facilitate the new housing development to the north of Ilkeston Road and to assist vehicles turning right into the development, Nottinghamshire County Council is proposing to introduce No Waiting At Any Time restrictions (Double Yellow Lines) along Ilkeston Road, Rowan Avenue and the new access road to the development at Stapleford.

It is also proposed to relocate the existing Bus Stop Pole and introduce a new 19 metre Bus Stop Clearway, No Stopping At Any Time, except buses.

Before proceeding further, I wish to consider the views of, businesses and organisations who may be interested in this matter.

The proposals will be advertised and notices displayed on site.

A plan showing the proposals (Drawing number H/SLW/3697/01) is attached, along with a copy of the site notice.

Any observations on these proposals should reach me in writing, either by letter or email, by 23rdApril 2021.

If your comments are in the form of an objection to the proposals please clearly state this and the reasons for your objection.

If the objection cannot be resolved, it will be reported through the County Council’s procedures at the appropriate time.

Contact

Steph Walford(Senior Improvements Officer)

Major Projects and Improvements

0115 977 4742

tmconsultation@viaem.co.uk

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