Posted: 21.09.21 at 11:46 by The Editor
Midsomer Norton residents and drivers have just two days left to respond to the consultation on imposing a 20mph speed limit across many roads in and around the town centre.
The closing date for objections to the plans - which you can see by clicking HERE : are September 23
Under Traffic Regulation Order 21-006/LC B&NES is proposing on imposing a strict limit on traffic on a number of roads, in dark on the map, which can be viewed in detail at the One Stop Shops at The Hollies, on the High Street. Please note that while on the notice on the lamp post outside the Town Hall it says objections and letters will be accepted until September 30, on the B&NES web site, it says that anyone opposing the plans, together with the grounds on which they are made must be sent by 23rd September 2021 either in writing to the Traffic Management Team or by email to [email protected]
Tomorrow (September 22) it is World Car Free today, but if you are not inspired to leave your wheels in the driveway, you might be interested to know that Midsomer Norton Nub News has a new section, motoring, with a focus on electric vehicles.
The latest article, by leading motoring correspondent Ginny Buckley has a review on the electrification of Ferrari's most successful sports racing cars ever. You can read that by clicking HERE: the Midsomer Norton Nub News motoring column
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