Nettlebed yellow line proposals out to consultation
Nettlebed residents are being asked for their views on proposals for parking and waiting restrictions in the village.
Oxfordshire County Council has launched a consultation in response to concerns raised by the parish council over obstructions to through traffic and to the safety of road users and pedestrians.
The proposals suggest that stretches of double yellow lines will be added to the south side of the High Street and on both sides of Watlington Street.
Full details on the proposals, including the precise start and end points of the lines, are available online at: https://consultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk/consult.ti/NettlebedParkingRestrictions/consultationHome
People have until 11 August 2017 to take part in the consultation.
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