Stoke Lane Area Parking Review

Overview: This review was identified as a minor traffic scheme priority by Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym Neighbourhood Partnership. Parking restrictions have been reviewed and changes will be introduced to improve visibility, improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists and improve access. The Public Consultation ran from 6 December 2013 to 12 January 2014 and the Consultation is now closed. 

Results: Around 700 leaflets were delivered to residents in the Stoke Lane area, with 89 residents replying to the consultation; 41 of which explicitly expressed support for the proposals. There were only 11 responses objecting to aspects of the proposals. The other 37 did not express either support or objection. Many of the responses asked for alterations to the proposals, including requests for additional restrictions or for the proposed restrictions to be extended or shortened. 

Feedback from Bristol City Council 

We Asked – We asked if you had any comments or concerns about the proposed introduction of waiting restrictions in the Stoke Lane Area.

You said – Many of the responses asked for alterations to the proposals, including requests for additional restrictions or for the proposed restrictions to be extended or shortened. Therefore, some changes have been made to the initial proposals.

We did – The responses have now been reviewed and the comments used to develop a revised set of proposals. These proposals will now be passed to the Traffic Regulation Order Team and the revised scheme will progress to public advertisement, as part of the formal TRO process. 

The Consultation Report can be seen here: Public Consultation Report

A summary of the comments can be seen here: Public Consultation Comments Summary

Section 1 of the map showing the proposed restrictions can be seen here: Proposed Stoke Lane Area 1

Section 2 of the map showing the proposed restrictions can be seen here: Proposed Stoke Lane Area 2

 

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