Green Dragon Lane Access Restrictions Set To Begin

Council publishes traffic order which will allow them to start enforcement

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Trial closure of Green Dragon Lane set to begin. Picture: Google Streetview


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Motor vehicles other than those with access will be forbidden from driving up Green Dragon Lane, Burford Road and Netley Road in Brentford from 23 July.

The council have issued an Experimental Traffic Order which will see the restrictions being subject to a trial until 15 January 2021.

The council will determine which vehicles legitimately require access to the roads through the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition Cameras which will be installed. The driver will be subject to a Penalty Charge Notice if they enter Netley Road and Burford Road from Ealing Road and exit via Green Dragon Lane to the A315 (Kew Bridge Road) or vice versa within a certain set time period.

The measures will be subject to a review after at least six months at which time the council may choose to issue a permanent order.

Comments on the scheme can be sent to quoting the reference TMO/E007/20.

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July 24, 2020

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