Quieter neighbourhoods round the corner?

Is the end nearly in sight for the boy racers who whizz up and down our streets and make our hair stand on end?

Next week, on Wednesday 12 November, Fox Lane and District Residents Association will be holding an open meeting to discuss Council proposals to create quieter neighbourhoods around the borough, including one proposed for the areas either side of Fox Lane from Bourne Hill to Alderman’s Hill and right up to Green Lanes. The proposals could include 20mph limits and restrictions on through traffic.

The meeting is open to anyone who lives in the association’s area, regardless of whether they are members of the association.

Council officers will be explaining the plans and the consultation process. David Burrowes MP will also be speaking about the Community Assets Register.

The meeting will be at the United Reformed Church – it starts at 8pm.

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One Response to Quieter neighbourhoods round the corner?

  1. Alex Atherton says:

    And New River Crescent please

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