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Ashley, Easton & Lawrence HillNeighbourhood Partnership hasrequested that some fundingcontributed by a localdevelopment is directed towardsremoving through traffic fromPicton Lane. This would result inan improved pedestrian & cyclingenvironment.Due to the narrow width of PictonLane and the absence of footways,it is proposed to restrict vehicularaccess at its junction with PictonStreet. The proposed closure willstop those vehicles that are usingthe lane as a through route, butallow access for residents andservice vehicles from the northernend of Picton Lane. Emergencyaccess from the south would stillbe possible via the use of aremovable bollard (secured with apadlock).
MINOR HIGHWAY WORK PROPOSALSPICTON LANE
Public Consultation May 2011
Subject to the outcome of this design consultation, the proposal toclose Picton Lane to through traffic must then be formally advertisedas part of a Traffic Regulation Order process, which is required beforesuch a restriction can be implemented on the public highway.