Parking Restrictions Proposed for High Street

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High st parking restriction

Residents should be aware that Somerset County Council Highways are planning to introduce parking restrictions in Curry Rivel. The Order will restrict parking, waiting, loading and unloading in parts of the main road through the village.

The map shows orange where parking restrictions will be placed and blue indicates where parking will be limited to one hour outside one stop .

The details including the map showing where parking will be restricted can be viewed or downloaded HERE
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A copy of the draft Traffic Regulation Order and the associated plans may be examined at
'B' Block Reception, County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY, during normal office hours; If you are
unable to access either, please contact 0300 123 2224.

Persons wishing to object to these proposals may do so by sending their representations in writing to Area Traffic Engineer, South Somerset Area Highways Office, Mead Avenue, Houndstone Business Park, Yeovil, BA22 8RT or emailing traffic management@somerset.gov.uk stating the reasons for their objections, and received no later than 21 days from the publication date of this notice.

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