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Southampton Road, outside St Pancras Almshouses

Reported via desktop in the Transport Planning Referrals category anonymously at 10:52, Monday

Sent to Camden Borough Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 6202971.

(Reported on 11th March 2024 - 5694654 - no response or action taken yet 08/07/2024; unable to share a photo due to system failure, could email it if requested)

During the construction works of the new Mary Prince House someone had an idea of installing a set of temporary traffic lights with pedestrian crossings at this location. This was certainly done by someone in an office without much of a site survey becuase there was really no need for that crazy set of lights - luckily they didn't last long. However, unfortunately there was a change on the road markings for the street parking so to allow for this pedestrian crossing; the temporary situation was removed however the parking space was never returned back... we now have a space that once was available for parking and now is not, this really should be reinstated as parking space especially considering that this is a dead space, there are more flats in the street now and that a request for a disable car park nearby has been implemented. In addition, a couple of cars have parked on this dead spot over the last two weeks and got parking tickets.

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  • This issue and has referred internally to Transport Planning Referrals.

    Category changed from ‘Road Markings’ to ‘Transport Planning Referrals’

    State changed to: Internal referral

    Posted by Camden Borough Council at 11:41, Monday

This report is now closed to updates from the public. You can make a new report in the same location. Please reference 6202971 in your new report if it is an update on this one.