Residents' petition for Hainton Avenue parking restrictions to be relaxed is rejected
A PETITION calling for parking restrictions to be relaxed on a section of Hainton Avenue, in Grimsby, have been rejected.
As reported, residents asked for the restrictions to be eased on the stretch between Sixhills Street and Margaret Street.
However, of the 14 responses to the order, 12 were against the proposal.
Councillor Peter Wheatley, pictured, the council’s portfolio holder for environment, described the opposition as “overwhelming.”
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Principal traffic engineer Dave Poucher had previously said that relaxing the restrictions would cause “major problems.”
Although the council has agreed to remove the single yellow line on one side of the road between Granville Street and Rialto Avenue, Mr Poucher said this section was narrower and carried more commercial traffic than the other section.