Things tagged 'parking'

101 issues found for 'parking':

  • 16/0165/FUL Erection of a building for Biotech and Biomedical research. Abcam Building Cambridge Biomedical Campus

    Created by Roxanne (Cycling Campaign Officer) // 3 threads

    Erection of a building for Biotech and Biomedical research and development and production together with associated supporting Headquarters and Logistics function along with associated infrastructure to include; access, services, drainage, electric and gas infrastructure, external ancillary structures, car and cycle parking and hard and soft landscaping. Address: Land South Of Dame Mary Archer Way Cambridge Biomedical Campus Cambridge Cambridgeshire Council: Cambridge Application reference: 16/0165/FUL Date application was made: 2016-02-02 Official application:

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  • Jupiter House 10 Station Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 2JD

    Created by Roxanne (Cycling Campaign Officer) // 1 thread

    The demolition of Jupiter House and the construction of a new office building comprising 5,654 sqm (GIA) of Class B1(a) floorspace including ancillary accommodation/facilities with a single basement of 1,715 sqm (GIA) providing 37 car parking spaces, with associated plant and new sub-station, 193 cycle parking spaces at street level and two options for provision of access to the development and for hard and soft landscaping.

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  • Eastfield development. Erection of 50 new affordable houses, following demolition of 26 existing dwellings 15/2321/FUL

    Created by Roxanne (Cycling Campaign Officer) // 2 threads

    Erection of 50 new affordable houses, following demolition of 26 existing dwellings (Nos 46-60 and 66-75 Eastfield), and associated highway works, landscaping and public open space provision. See pages 20 and 21 of D&A statement for car parking and cycle storage. (No specifics provided)

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  • Cambridge Station Eastern Entrance

    Created by John Hall // 1 thread

    The Greater Anglia franchise is due for renewal in October 2016 and the process has already started. It is quite unsusal to have a station serving such a large number of passengers with access on only one side o the tracks. This situation leads to many more and longer car journeys along Mill Road, Cherry Hinton Road and Hills Road. There is an existing access via (non-residential) Clifton Road to the east side of the station and there is vacant land. We need to argue the case for an eastern entrance to the station, along with cycle parking and pedestrian access. There is a mainly empty car park on the other side of the tracks. We should also try to include a link from the Carter bridge to the new cycle park. Interested parties 3 shortlisted franchises local MPs Minister responsible (Clare Perry MP)

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  • City Deal funding for restrictions to car parking

    Created by Jim Chisholm // 1 thread

    The Greater Cambridge City Deal has allocated £22 million over the next 5 years for: "City Centre capacity improvements/cross-city cycle improvements" see: Removal of car parking is an easily achievable way of making cycling more pleasant (and safer) Both the removal/relocation of Pay and Display and restrictions to all day commuter car parking on residential roads that form part of 'quiet roads' for cycling should form part of this funding stream.

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  • Restrict parking

    Created by Stephan Matthiesen // 0 threads

    Parked cars create narrow pinch points in front of the school, cycle lane becomes unusable so that cyclist can't pass the queuing cars.

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  • Removal of railings (where bikes are chained) at Addenbrookes

    Richard G // 1 thread

    I see Addenbrooke's have found a solution to all the bikes locked to the railings around by the front entrance. Not, as you might hope, by providing more cycle parking, but by removing the railings. I wandered around yesterday. There were 91 bikes parked outside of cycle rack spaces & 6 spaces free. should be interesting for anyone who usually cant park in a cycle space over the next few days :( Richard

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  • Papworth Hospital on Addenbrooke's Site

    Created by Hester Wells // 3 threads

    The Papworth Hospital is moving to Addenbrooke's. There is a public consultation until 26th August 2014, ahead of a planning application in September.

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  • Consultation (by 26Sep'14) - to end max car parking standards?

    Created by Rohan Wilson // 1 thread Quote: para 2.77 "The Government supports the motorist and wants to see adequate parking provision for them...." Question 2.16: Do you agree that parking policy should be strengthened to tackle on-street parking problems by restricting powers to set maximum parking standards? Not a simple issue, but probably worth CCyC's commenting.

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  • Vehicles parking in mandatory cycle lane

    Created by Simon Hewison // 0 threads

    On this stretch of CS7, there's mandatory cycle lanes, which motor vehicles aren't allowed in, but it seems that Southwark Council forgot to include double-yellow lines, or any segregation, just blue paint with a solid white line. This leaves cyclists swerving into the road to avoid multiple badly parked vehicles (often HGVs taking their lunch, and in many cases, unmarked police vehicles at the unmarked police office) Quick fix: Armadillos and/or double-yellow lines.

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  • Addenbrooke's "forum"

    Created by Heather Coleman // 2 threads

    The members' list has just had a post from a Tess Jones saying: > FYI > I wasn't able to go to the exhibition, but proposals are here: > > I've replied that as someone who works on site, this is the first I've heard about this. There are various implications, that need looking at, before we decide if and what we need to say in the consulation.

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  • Dogs Head Street cycle contraflow lane parking/loading bay

    Created by Shaun McDonald // 1 thread

    There is a loading bay in the cycle contraflow cycle lane, which means that the cycle lane is blocked for cyclists as soon as a vehicle is parked there. This means that cyclists have to pull out into the path of oncoming buses, thus making the NCN route unsuitable to young children or inexperienced cyclists.

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  • Cycle parking for shops in Ashburnham Rd, Ham

    Created by Kate // 1 thread

    I would like to propose the parade of shops in Ashburnham Road, opposite Ham Library as a spot that would greatly benefit from cycle parking. This spot was turned down for cycle parking in 2012 on the grounds that there is already cycle parking in Ham Street outside Hansel & Pretzel (opposite Grey Court School). The Ham Street cycle parking is not convenient for people who want to park their bikes in order to pop into the shops in Ashburnham Road. The cycle parking in the library is reserved for library users only. As you can see from the attached photos people end up laying their bikes down on the pavement, thereby causing an obstruction for pedestrians. 2 or 3 Sheffield stands would be sufficient to solve this problem. I have obtained signatures from all but one of the shops in Ashburnham Road in support of this idea. The remaining one also supports the idea but they want to be sure that the parking would not be directly outside their shop, thereby possibly obstructing deliveries. My suggestion would be to put stands either as a group on the corner next to the mosaic and the Indian takeaway restaurant, or to locate them on the opposite side of the road to the shops, in a similar way to the ones in Back Lane, Ham (see attached photo). As I am sure you are aware, convenient cycle parking not only encourages people to use their bikes but has also been proven to help the local economy as people are more likely to stop and use the local shops if they can easily park their bikes nearby.

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