Proposals could ban cars parking near The Hill Avenue junction
Parking could be banned where Bath Road meets The Hill Avenue.
The public are being consulted about the Worcestershire County Council proposal to prohibit vehicles parking on the north east side of Bath Road from its junction with The Hill Avenue for a distance of 22 metres in the northerly direction and 10 metres in the southerly direction (south west side) from a point 115.5 metres north of its junction with Stanley Street for a distance of 60.5 metres in the northerly direction.
The proposed traffic order would also be implemented on The Hill Avenue (both sides) from its junction with Bath Road for 14 metres in the north easterly direction.
Waiting would be restricted between Mondays and Saturdays, 8am to 6.30pm, on Bath Road (north east side) from 22 metres south east of its junction with The Hill Avenue for 109.5 metres; from a point 251.5 metres south east of the junction for 20 metres, all in a south easterly direction; (south west side) from a point 59 metres north west of its junction with Greenway Drive for 147.5 metres in the north westerly direction.
Prohibition of Waiting at any time would be revoked on Bath Road’s south west side from three metres north west of its junction with Stanley Street for 42.5 metres in the north westerly direction.
The order would vary a consolidation order – which provides for civil enforcement of contraventions of waiting prohibitions and restrictions – and would contain exemptions to allow parking or access for certain purposes and limited waiting by disabled people’s vehicles.
Any objections or representations must be sent in writing to Thomas Pollock, Head of Commercial Law, Legal and Governance, at County Hall or email email@example.com by Thursday, November 12.