Cormac Solutions Ltd, on behalf of Cornwall Council, are proposing to introduce new No Waiting at any time restrictions at the Victoria Business Park, Roche; Roche Rock/St Michaels Way in Roche, various roads in St Dennis and St Stephen-in-Brannel. In addition, it is also proposed to introduce a part time advisory 20mph speed limit in Nanpean.

The restrictions on waiting are proposed to improve access through junctions and to resolve issues of inconsiderate parking causing obstruction on the affected lengths of roads at the Victoria Business Park, Roche; St Michaels Way in Roche, various roads in St Dennis and St Stephen-in-Brannel.
In addition, it is proposed to introduce a part time advisory 20mph speed limit in the vicinity of the school in Nanpean to help to reduce vehicle speeds when there are likely to be large numbers of vulnerable road users at school at opening and closing times.

Cornwall Council have now launched a consultation for the above schemes inviting the views from members of the public. The areas that will be affected within St Dennis include Robartes Road, Hendra Road and Carne Hill. Views need to be submitted by 18th December 2019.

Further details on the proposed Highways Scheme can be found on Cornwall Council’s Website or by following the link below.

https://www.engagespace.co.uk/cornwall/consultation_Dtl.aspx?consult_Id=1889&status=2&criteria=I&DisplayMode=Docs