- the suspension of parking in Brokesley Street which was limited to 23-24 January 2012
- the ban on construction traffic in Brokesley Street as per the planning conditions for the development on Site 10 (1 - 14 Brokesley Street).
|It's worth repeating - that says "No Construction Traffic in Brokesley Street"|
|Roadworks are complete - so why is the fencing still there?|
|Where is the parking control notice |
for 25-26 January 2012?
The photographs in this post were taken just before 9am this morning.
- they do not require the fencing which remains and
- if they do - then they need to apply for an extension of the parking suspension
- There is a lorry parked at the top of the street
- an Elm Surfacing Van (Transit Connect - Vehicle Reg. HK57 FLC) - which is parked within the "suspended parking area". Which means it's definitely breaching parking controls as it has neither a permit if the parking is not suspended and it's parked in an area of suspended parking (ie required for access in and out of the street) if the controls are still in force.
|Elm Surfacing Van Reg. No HK47 FLC|
reported to parking control and TfL
- Transport for London - the Reportit website for reporting unauthorised or badly managed road works.
- FixMyStreet - which we have found works very well as it records on a website things which need fixing fast.
The Mayor of London's Roadworks Pledge
- Be tidy and safe with a clutter-free site so it is safe for pedestrians, cyclists and other road users
- Always explain what's happening through detailed, clear and consistent signage
- Always have activity on site or, if not, explain why (e.g. concrete is drying)
- Take up as little road/pavement space as possiblewith a compact working area and eliminating the unnecessary use of cones, safety barriers and storage of materials
- Help keep London moving by working outside peak hours, re-opening the road to traffic at peak times and, where this is not possible, working 24/7 or extended hours to complete works as quickly as possible. Diversion routes should be clearly signed