Consultation on parking scheme for Sleaford streets

Lincolnshire County Council offices in Lincoln. EMN-150909-170439001
Lincolnshire County Council offices in Lincoln. EMN-150909-170439001

The county council is inviting comments from public and interested parties on a proposed residents permit parking scheme for three Sleaford streets.

North Kesteven District Council has already given its backing for the scheme for residents of Duke Street, Kingston Terrace and Eastgate where most residents had voted in favour.

The county highways authority is now tasked with formally setting up the scheme. The cost of permits would be £25 each year.

The councils are happy there would not be a knock-on effect with parking being shifted to other areas.

Details of the proposals can be inspected at North Kesteven District Council offices, during normal office hours.

Objections to the proposals and reasons must be sent in writing to R A Wills - Executive Director (Environment and Economy), Lincolnshire County Council, Unit 7, Witham Park House, Waterside South, Lincoln, LN5 7JN, (For the attention of: Mrs T Featherstone, Traffic Orders Section) by September 21, 2016. The matter will be considered in due course.