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Vehicles double parking in Honeysuckle lane preventing emergency and service vehicles and resident access and leaving the street

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 11:35, Mon 28 January 2019

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

This problem persists and have worsened in the last few weeks. Today the whole lane has been double parked on both sides of th road by visitors to the nearby UWE glenside campus ( is people who don’t live in Honeysuckle lane). Emergency vehicles have been prevented Ted from accessing Honeysuckle lane, service vehicles can’t access, and disabled residents can’t drive their vehicles out of the lane and so are stuck in their homes

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  • Vehicles; largely from visitors to the nearby UWE Glenside campus ( identified by parking ID permits on display in windscreens) are still regularly parking on both sides of a Honeysuckle Lane. Regularly service and delivery vehicles are unable to acess the lane and residents are unable t exit and enter the street to get to their own homes. NB nearby streets with far less occupants already have double yellow lines and residents parking signs up-( eg quarry way) difficult to understand why Honeysuckle lane does not have this afforded to the 50 or so homes here. The UWE Glenside campus is immediately adjacent to 2 bus routes (48 and 5) and has multiple car parks already on site- many of which frequently have empty spaces ( because of a parking charge). Please can double yellow lines be actioned to Honeysuckle lane and can the UWE campus be encouraged to ask its users and visitors to park on site?

    Posted anonymously at 14:10, Mon 25 February 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 14:43, Mon 25 March 2019

  • No action has been taken to fix the problem. No contact has been made. Parking has improved slightly in the last couple of weeks, but this is because less people have been attending the UWE site, not because of any action that’s been taken

    Posted anonymously at 14:51, Mon 25 March 2019

  • If the issue still exists, please review the location and the description and let us know by creating a new enquiry on FixMyStreet

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:27, Wednesday 11 May 2022

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