Parking & Road Safety Brief

TRO proposal P19 2022 closed it's 3-week public consultation on Friday 25 March. The BCP review of submissions is largely complete and the way forward is being prepared. BCP state that the public response was one of the largest seen for this type of consultation, and FCRA would like to thank each and every respondent. If all goes well, roll-out will likely occur later in 2022. Key features of the proposal are:

  • Double Yellow Lines (DYLs) around most road junctions between Bure Lane and the seafront, and additional DYLs in significant safety related pinch-points around the sea-end of Seaway Avenue and Avon Run Road

  • ‘No Loading/Unloading’ and other restrictions where appropriate

  • Note: The LARGE MAJORITY of existing Single Yellow Lines will remain UNCHANGED, along with their Summertime parking restrictions

  • The FCRA Committee and 'Parking & Road Safety' Work Group support the proposal because it will create significant safety improvements for RESIDENTS AND VISITORS ALIKE

  • All drawings are available to view on the BCP web-site

  • For further details please click on the links below


Background Brief

This briefing explains the background to the present TRO, and the reasons why it is so important for Parking and Road Safety


BCP Public Consultation

Public Consultation completed - results and way forward are awaited.