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Harrow Council approves double yellow lines in response to resident concerns

Harrow Council has taken action to address the long-standing issue of inconsiderate parking in Cody Close and Waghorn Road, following concerns raised by residents.

Councillor Lord Nitesh Hirani, a Conservative representative for Harrow, tweeted about the matter, highlighting the steps taken by the council to improve access for emergency and refuse vehicles.

In his tweet, Cllr Lord Nitesh Hirani stated, “Concerns raised by residents of Cody Close and Waghorn Road about inconsiderate parking. A petition was submitted in Oct 2020. Harrow Council has approved Double Yellow Lines at the junction to improve access for emergency and refuse vehicles. #KentonEast #Conservative”

Harrow Council approves double yellow lines in response to resident concerns Harrow Online

The decision to implement the double yellow lines at the junction comes after persistent complaints from residents who have been grappling with limited access due to inconsiderate parking in the area.

It is understood that a petition was submitted by concerned residents in October 2020, urging the council to take action.

The approval will not only address the current issue of inconsiderate parking but also serve to enhance access for emergency services and refuse collection vehicles.

Residents of Cody Close and Waghorn Road can now look forward to a more efficient and safer environment with the introduction of double yellow lines at the junction.

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