Vacant land at Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke.

Councillors support call for ‘pay parking’ in central Bradley Stoke

Bradley Stoke Town Council has agreed to investigate an option for providing ‘pay car parking’ in the centre of Bradley Stoke after being approached by residents of the Brook Court ‘later living’ apartment complex, where there is an acknowledged shortage of parking spaces. Roger Grimshaw, secretary of the residents’ association at Brook Court, originally approached the town council back in

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Sign displayed in the car park of the Brook Way Activity Centre.

Parking easier after surgery brings in disciplinary measures for staff

The car parking situation at Bradley Stoke Surgery has improved significantly after staff at the doctors’ practice were told, in January, that it would become a “disciplinary offence” to park on the site, a meeting of Bradley Stoke Town Council’s Planning Committee has heard. Patients of the surgery had complained that they were finding it impossible to find a parking

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Brook Court residents David Tovey (left) and Roger Grimshaw.

Brook Court residents appeal to council for help in solving parking crisis

Residents of an apartment complex in Bradley Stoke, who claim they have been provided with only half the number of car parking spaces than are actually needed, have appealed to the town council for help. Representatives of the residents’ association at Brook Court, a 50-unit ‘later living’ development recently constructed on Savages Wood Road, near the Three Brooks public house,

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Chaotic car parking at Bradley Stoke Surgery.

Council may paint double yellow lines at Brook Way doctors’ surgery

Bradley Stoke Town Council is looking at the possibility of painting double yellow lines along the access drive into the Brook Way Activity Centre and Bradley Stoke Surgery site, to deter inconsiderate parking that could potentially hinder emergency vehicles responding to an incident. Officers informed January’s meeting of Full Council that the cost of installing the lines would be £270

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