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Archive for the ‘Traffic Orders’ Category

Tanyard Lane, Steyning, safety improvements update

by derekdeedman on 19 April, 2013

Following the decision the Chanctonbury County Local Committee to approve my recommendation to installed bollards along the Stonecroft side of Tanyard Lane to prevent drivers mounting the pavement, local residents have been consulted on the exact location of each bollard, and the Traffic Engineer will be going out on site next week, to spot mark the individual […]

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The Woodmancote Parish Council meeting and Annual Parish Meeting takes place this evening at the Parish Hall, Brighton Road, Woodmancote, starting at 7.15pm. The Upper Beeding Parish Council meeting takes place this evening at the Beeding and Bramber Village Hall, High Street, Upper Beeding, starting at 7.30pm. My report to both Councils includes reference to […]

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 The speed survey on the Bypass, near the Canons Way junction, promised to local residents at a meeting last year and carried out at between 25 February and 5 March at my request, showed that most drivers travelled at just under 60 mph.  Shown in hourly volumes, the statistics revealed that of traffic going southeast […]

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Following concerns from local residents about parked cars at the narrow entrance to Newham Close and at the access to Godstals Lane, I secured agreement from the Chanctonbury County Local Committee for a Traffic Regulation Order for the area to be investigated to help overcome the problem.  A design has now been prepared, subsequent to […]

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Discussion on Bramber Road Humps scheme

by derekdeedman on 23 March, 2013

There was a useful meeting yesterday evening about the Bramber Street Road Humps at Bramber & Beeding Village Hall.  The meeting was organised by the Chairman of Bramber Parish Council at my request following the concerns of local people expressed at the recent Chanctonbury County Local Committee (CLC).  Although, as previously reported, I had managed to […]

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Steyning High Street parking problems continue

by derekdeedman on 18 March, 2013

Yet another local resident has complained about the illegal parking in the High Street, Steyning. He had a couple of suggestions about greater enforcement of the yellow lines and perhaps one way working of the High Street and Tanyard Lane.  As readers of this website will know my wife (Ros) and I have raised the […]

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The Deputy Leader of the County Council announced at the Chanctonbury County Local Committee (CLC) meeting on Wednesday evening, that the Cabinet is proposing to increase the number of Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) that can be agreed by each CLC every year from three to five.  The Committee therefore then agreed five priority schemes (rather […]

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The next meeting of the Chanctonbury County Local Committee (CLC) takes place on Wednesday evening, 6 March, starting at 7 pm at the Steyning Centre.  There will be an update report on Operation Watershed (covering how the £8.25m allocated from Reserves towards major drainage and flooding works throughout the county has/is bring used).  In addition […]

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Bramber Parish Council meets on Thursday 21February

by derekdeedman on 18 February, 2013

Starting at 7pm the Parish Council meeting takes place at the Bramber & Beeding Village Hall. My report to the Council includes a reference to the removal of the temporary 30 mph signs now that drivers should be well aware of the speed limit on the road. It appears however that many drivers think that this means […]

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Clays Hill – it is still a 30 mph limit!

by derekdeedman on 11 February, 2013

The temporary red 30 mph signs have now been removed. These were only provided until drivers became used to the permanent 30 mph limit. The 30 mph limit had been agreed by the Chanctonbury County Local Committee following a petition from local people.  The 30 mph limit remains in force.  Where there are street lights […]

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