Hannover and Tarner low-traffic neighborhood plan Brighton News

Proposals for the liveable district of Hannover and Tarner include one-way streets, road closures, banning access to two-way streets, greening measures and on-street parklets.

Proposed one-way streets include Islingward Road and many streets from there – as well as Albion Hill and the road northeast from there.

Greening measures are proposed for Elm Grove and Queen’s Park Road.

Mini parklets are offered for Richmond Parade and the bottom of Islingward Road.

There are proposed road closures in Kingswood Street, Carlton Hill, the junction of John Street and Sussex Street, between Ashton Rise and Grove Hill, the junction of Islingward Road and Park Road, and near the bottom of Bentham Road.

The Argous:

It’s all part of the low traffic neighborhood program.

Brighton and Hove City Council’s environment, transport and sustainability committee this week agreed to a further nine-week public consultation on the plans.

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This notice was published: 2022-06-25 04:00:00

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