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Offline saffie

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RVC Parking
« on: October 04, 2010, 03:53:19 pm »
Does anyone know if there are plans for RVC staff and students to be able to park within the campus anytime soon.

That road is getting a nightmare.

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Re: RVC Parking
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2010, 04:35:26 pm »
Grant has more information about what is going on with this on his forum. See the thread:

He wrote on the 11th Sept:

A quick update. This is all proceeding and the Clearway Order that will ensure that no one can park on Hawkshead Lane is now out for consultation with the residents.

The Chair of Hawkshead Lane Residents' Association Michele Karr is taking this forward with residents because a Clearway will also have an impact on residents and their visitors who will no longer be able to park on the road.

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I post in a personal capacity and not on behalf of North Mymms Parish Council

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Re: RVC Parking
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2010, 05:56:06 pm »
The following letter has been sent by Herts Highways to residents on Hawkshead Lane

Indiscriminate parking occurring on the carriageway and verge in Hawkshead Lane is
causing obstruction and extensive damage to the verge and footway.

The Highway Authority, Hertfordshire County Council, proposes by means of a Traffic
Regulation Order to implement measures which are being promoted in the interests of
highway safety and to prevent motor vehicle damage to footways and verges.

The process of implementing a Traffic Regulation Order is a legislative and formal one
as laid down by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and this letter initiates the informal
consultation part of the Traffic Regulation Order process.

There will be a series of short exhibitions where we plan to engage with the members of
the public and students to consider a variety of possible solutions. This will provide you
with an opportunity to view proposals and consider their potential effectiveness.
The exhibitions will be held in the Council Room at the Royal Veterinary College during
NOVEMBER 2010 at the following times:

WEDNESDAY 24th 15:00 - 18:00 DAY SESSION

Staff from Hertfordshire Highways will endeavour to answer any questions you may
There will be an opportunity to complete a questionnaire and let us know your views,
which will be very important in determining the final outcome.

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Re: RVC Parking
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2010, 06:33:13 pm »
Thanks Bob, be sure to link those dates to the calendar so people don't forget.

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