Category: Pedestrianisation

West Quay Pedestrianisation: Residents and Traders meet with Council Reps

Two years ago when the West Quay wall collapsed, the West Quay action group, formed by residents and traders from the stricken waterfront, made the case for Pedestrianisation in order to give the area a new lease of life upon completion of the repairs works. The Town, District and County councils backed this, being in […]

West Quay Pedestrianisation – Is It a One Way Street?

As the completion of the West Quay pedestrianisation scheme approaches, residents and traders alike are concerned at County plans which show two way traffic on what many had assumed to be a one way street. County Engineer Steve Gooding who took over the project in June of this year has confirmed the plan is to […]

West Quay Pedestrianisation Given Go-Ahead

The County Councils traffic regulation sub committee recently met and approved a West Quay Pedestrianisation Scheme. The scheme originated from the West Quay Action Group in the light of the wall collapse there, the repair of which provided an opportunity to consider pedestrianisation. The Action Group presented a petition of 586 signatures in support and […]