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messageAdys Road -whatís happening over next 3 months
Posted by twinhunters 10 March, 2019 10:38

Had a notice put on my car about containers being put on Oglander Road temporary, although I donít now if 3 months classed as temporary. Losing 12 parking spaces sad smiley . No room to park if you live on street during day sad smiley

messageRe: Adys Road -whatís happening over next 3 months
Posted by ech 10 March, 2019 17:22

Really annoyed about this, total the lack of information and prior notice for residents. Our car wasn't parked on Adys Rd (as per usual!)and no notices were put through residents doors. Instead we saw the notice on other parked cars many of whom discarded the letter and the plastic wallet it was in on the floor when they went to leave the area.

I tried to contact the resident liaison officer via the details provided but the mobile went to voicemail and had no response by email.

4 months of parking suspension in an already congested area is ridiculous, especially coming after the recent CPZ has been done creating additional pressure. The area leafleted was massive and if indeed all of this is subject to a suspension that's a huge amount of parking spaces. It comes into force on Monday and the letter also states that lorries and vans will be loaded / uploading from the containers - where will they be travelling to and what is the plan to manage this additional traffic?

messageRe: Adys Road -whatís happening over next 3 months
Posted by ech 11 March, 2019 14:50

They are carrying out works to the block of flats on the bottom of Adys Road (1-11) and will need space for a large skip and barriers directly out the front of the block and containers which will go on Oglander Rd. In total this is around 11/15 parking spaces and they hope the work will be done within 4 months (but didn't sound too confident of that).

Given the exacerbated parking issues since the DH CPZ came in suggest people email the council if they have concerns Richard Livingstone is the Cllr responsible for highways. Richard.Livingstone@southwark.gov.uk

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