Consultation on traffic management in Bolsover Street, Clipstone Street and Hallam Street

Map of traffic management area.

Westminster City Council proposes to revise the existing parking facilities in
Bolsover Street, Clipstone Street and Hallam Street as follows: 

BOLSOVER STREET
(a) to replace 20 metres of motorcycle parking outside the Bolsover Street frontage
of Villandry with residents’ parking; and
(b) to replace 7 metres of residents’ parking opposite St. Clement’s House with
motorcycle parking.
CLIPSTONE STREET
(a) to replace two pay-by-phone bays on the north side (outside Nos. 40 to 44) with
motorcycle parking (13 metres); and
(b) to replace 12 metres of residents’ parking on the south side (outside Yalding
House) with two pay-by-phone bays.
HALLAM STREET
(a) to replace 10 metres of motorcycle parking on the west side (opposite Nos. 56
to 60) with residents’ parking; and
(b) to replace 8 metres of residents’ parking on the west side (adjacent to No. 79
New Cavendish Street) with motorcycle parking.

There will be an overall loss of 2 metres of motorcycle parking and 1
metre of pay-by-phone parking, and a gain of 3 metres of residents’ parking
associated with the above proposals.

Westminster council say the revisions to parking restrictions in Bolsover Street, Clipstone Street and Hallam Street are intended to facilitate the relocation of lengths of motorcycle parking in the area to reduce the impact of noise and pollution on local residents, without reducing the availability of parking facilities for residents’ and visitors.

Any objections or other representations about the proposals should be sent in writing to the Council’s agents, WSP, Palace Gardens Suite, 27th Floor, Portland House, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5RS, or by email at tmo.westminster@wspgroup.com quoting reference 7275/MG, by 19th June 2017. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made.

For full details see the traffic management order.

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