Inconsiderate parking denies residents access / egress from driveways.
Reported in the Parking category by Cllr Paul Ainsley at 11:44, Sunday 15 March 2020
Sent to Rutland County Council 1 minute later
Following a residents meeting the following issues were raised: 1. Inconsiderate parking by people dropping off and picking up from Studio E dance studio are blocking access to driveways and engines are left running. When approached by concerned residents all too frequently patrons become defensive and aggressive. The residents and I strongly believe that further parking enforcement measures are needed. 2. Incidents of speeding, especially in the summer months are causing concern due to the hazards presented by young people and children using Royce park. We believe that there is insufficient signage to alert drivers to the hazards and 20 mph speed limit.
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Rutland County Council at 11:45, Sunday 15 March 2020
Princess Avenue is very dangerous. Cars drive so quickly down here. I am so concerned when at the park with my children. There needs to be traffic calming down here.
Posted anonymously at 11:13, Monday 3 August 2020
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