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Road Management update from EHDC

All on-street parking enforcement and traffic management functions will be undertaken directly by Hampshire County Council (HCC) from 1st April.

HCC has issued the following information -

https://documents.hants.gov.uk/parking/new-arrangements-april2023.pdf

In addition to this, the traffic management functions, as detailed below, will no longer be undertaken by East Hampshire District Council.

  • Dealing with enquiries and complaints from local councillors and residents relating to parking/traffic matters
  • Implementation of permanent Traffic Regulation Order e.g. Double or single yellow lines
  • Implementation of Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders e.g. road closures for temporary works
  • Disabled Driver parking bays
  • Access Protection Lines
  • Speed Limit Reminder sign deployment (programme currently on hold) - HCC have indicated that this will not continue
  • Implementation of minor lining and signing to address road safety issues raised by residents/councillors
  • Brown Tourist Signs and Private directional signs
  • Parking Suspensions - e.g. to enable works on the highway or access for removal vehicles

Therefore, any requests for these services should be directed to HCC traffic management team via their website www.hants.gov.uk/roads or via email to traffic.management@hants.gov.uk

It should also be noted that HCC officers have indicated that any future requests for parking restrictions should be directed to them through your local County Councillor

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