18th June 2024

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Yellow Lines and resurfacing

Yellow Lines and resurfacing

Dronfield Town Council received reports from Derbyshire County Council of new traffic regulation orders to come into force in and around Dronfield.

No waiting restrictions or double yellow lines are to be installed on parts of the following roads:

Main Road at Holmesfield, Cowley Lane, Sheffield Road (junction Snape Hill Lane), Burns Drive, Shakespeare Crescent, various parts of Callywhite Lane, Hallowes Drive, Highgate Drive, Hallowes Rise, Longcroft Road, Smithycroft.

School zig zag markings are also to be installed at Smithy Croft.

Coun Marie Ireland, Chair of Road Safety, commented "We welcome the addition of these parking restrictions, Many of these are near junctions and are being installed to improve road and pedestrian safety. Others such as Burns Drive will also help keep the road passable for emergency vehicles and refuse collection."

Notice was also received to resurface 850m of Chesterfield Road between Dronfield and Unstone. These works are part of major improvements to Derbyshire Roads and pavements through the County Council's capital investment programme.

Contractors will put up yellow signs giving times and dates of the road closure. The work will be carried out 6pm – midnight to reduce inconvenience to residents.

Posted: Wed, 22 May 2024

Tags: News, Road Safety