Parking restrictions set for green light in Calverley & Farsley ward

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Leeds Civic Hall

By John Baron

A package of parking restrictions aim to improve road safety in the Calverley, Farsley, Rodley and Pudsey, a council report has said.

Highways officers have agree to spend £6,100 to introduce parking restrictions, funded by section 106 contributions from nearby housing developments.

The proposed waiting restrictions will be advertised publicly and will be implemented, depending on any objections to the scheme.

The schemes cover:

  • Hawthorn Grove, Hawthorn Drive, Salisbury Street, Carr Grove and Carr Hill Nook in Calverley.
  • Another scheme introduces measures in the Chapel Street, Bridge Road, Oaklands Grove and Rodley Lane area near Rodley Roundabout.
  • The Rodley Town Street area is set for more ‘no waiting at any time’ measures as a variety of junctions.
  • Similar parking restrictions are due to be implemented at the Green, at the back of Farsley Cenotaph, and also outside Sunny Bank Mills in Farsley Town Street. High Bank Street and Back Lane in Farsley are also set for parking measures.
  • The junction of Bradford Road and Moorland Road and Galloway Lane and Galloway Court in Pudsey are also earmarked for parking restrictions.

The proposals have the full support of the Calverley & Farsley ward councillors.

The full council report can be read in full here.

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  1. I always thought it was the result of Andrew Carter being our councillor that this area was not blighted with yellow line like everywhere else. That is why parking is not a problem. It will be meters next. What a shame

  2. parking in calverley is horrendous pavements blocked with parked cars the buses stopped going round the village because of parking some areas that have double yellow lines are treated like private parking lots the council has spent thousands on lines which are a waste of money unless r estrictions are policed it will be more peoples money wasted


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