We, the undersigned, petition the Council to review roadworks on Beckspool Road, Frenchay

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The introduction of the 'traffic slowing' works has caused confrontations between on-coming traffic as drivers ignore the priority signs in their haste to 'beat' multiple, and unnecessary, intrusions of new 'verges' into the road, increasing the likelihood of collisions. Possible new proposal to paint double yellow lines will prohibit people accessing communal centres including the Anglican Church, Friends Meeting House, Unitarian Chapel and Village Hall, all of which have elderly people in their congregations reliant on their cars to attend Worship, as well as weddings, funerals etc,  and those attending numerous community social events held every day in these centres and on the village common itself. There appears to have been no consultation, which is something emphasised as a council aim on the S. Glos website. 


Submitted by linda hindley
Open from 05 Dec 2018 to 22 Mar 2019
Signatures: 421   [Go to signatures]

Direct link to this e-petition: http://petitions.southglos.gov.uk/petitions.ti/beckspoolroadworks

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linda hindley, the e-Petition Creator, joined by:

  1. Mr Nicholas Brown on 06 Mar 2019
  2. Mrs Elizabeth Brown on 06 Mar 2019
  3. Mr Jennifer Milne on 28 Feb 2019
  4. Mr Peter Greenslade on 27 Feb 2019
  5. Mr Stanley Higgins on 17 Feb 2019
  6. Mr William Marshall on 16 Feb 2019
  7. Mr Rob Whalley on 14 Feb 2019
  8. Mr charles watkins on 11 Feb 2019
  9. Mr Trevor Scantlebury on 06 Feb 2019
  10. Mr Gerald Witcher on 06 Feb 2019
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