Consultation status: closed 20 June 2017
Following feedback received from the second consultation for No stopping at all times restrictions (broken yellow lines) on Herdman Street, AT has investigated installing additional restrictions on the corners of the Herdman-Daventry Street intersection, which people often park on and restrict the road width to one car.
Why the changes are needed
The changes will improve the visibility for pedestrians crossing there, as well as the accessibility for motorists entering and exiting Daventry Street.
Original proposal - closed 10 April 2017
We received feedback on a proposal to install No stopping at all times restrictions (broken yellow lines) on Herdman Street in Waterview.
We proposed to add broken yellow lines to both sides of the existing pedestrian crossing on Herdman Street, close to Waterview Primary School.
The changes were requested by the
Second proposal - closed 23 May 2017
Following feedback received from the initial consultation for No stopping at all times restrictions either side of the crossing on Herdman Street and after our investigation, we proposed installing an additional 36m of No stopping at all times markings on the north side of the T-intersection.
This addition would improve the visibility for those crossing by the playground/school and also road users travelling south-east.
Thank you everyone for your feedback.
The proposal received positive feedback with some concerns raised by respondents. After reviewing this feedback and all other supporting evidence from the consultations, the proposal will proceed without changes to the next stage of detailed planning.
Specific feedback and proposed solution
- There needs to be restrictions on the corner and opposite the intersection of Daventry and Herman St.
We took this feedback on board and put the changes out for consultation on the 9th May and the 3rd June. The design will now incorporate NSAAT markings at the intersection both opposite and on the corners. For cars parked illegally across driveways etc. we encourage you to contact us (09) 355 3553 with the vehicle details to request a parking officer visit the site.
- Restrictions opposite the intersection should be extended on both sides.
Parking is in high demand in this area. The proposed design seeks to minimise parking loss whilst increasing safety at the intersection, therefore this extension to the proposal is not seen appropriate.
- Request for additional works including more parking for the park.
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We expect to introduce this work by June 2018, subject to any further changes in design or funding issues. Contractors will issue 48-hour notice to all affected residents prior to construction work.