Consultation commences on parking restrictions
Streets in Filton are being considered to have parking restrictions placed on them. South Gloucestershire council have launched a consultation after residents started campaigning due to increased parking issues due to the development of the new Southmead hospital due to fully open March 2014.
The purpose of the scheme is to discourage all day commuter parking
particularly where this causes safety or access issues, whilst
minimising the impact of any new waiting restriction scheme on local
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This scheme aims to restrict parking at the following locations:
Braemar Avenue, Kenmore Crescent, Kenmore Drive, and Kenmore Grove.
At a recent safer stronger Filton meeting residents from Kenmore residents action group lobbied Director of facilities, Simon Wood on the issue. Mr Wood told the group he was fully aware there were not enough parking spaces at the hospital and encouraged staff to use public transport and bicycles.
The consultation documents will also be made available to all members of
the public on Thursday 14 June 2012 at BAWA (589 Southmead
Road,Bristol,BS34 7RG) between 15.00 and 19.00. Officers will be in
attendance to answer any queries
The full consultation can be viewed at the link below on South Gloucestershire's website