With our head office in Devon the crews often have the pleasure of working in beautiful places. Lynton and Lynmouth in North Devon was no exception and definitely fell into this category.
I have checked with my Car Park Warden who reports all is good and they find it less difficult to enforce the regulations with the proper clear signage in place.
Kevin A Harris - Town Clerk
Working directly for the local authority, we were asked to provide a solution for parking enforcement issues occuring regularly in this busy tourist destination. The authority were experiencing problems with people parking in the wrong areas and then because it was difficult to see the old lines and to clarify the parking areas, they were also having difficulties enforcing the rules.
We completed the following works:
Removal (burning off old markings indicating 3.5T)
Lettering to read CAMPERS
Refresh the lines to the parking bays for the camper area
Lettering to read COACHES
Refresh the lines to the parking bays for the coach area
This was completed after using HCA (Hot Compressed Air) to burn off the markings with a lance and then the lettering and lines were added and reinstated with white thermoplastic paint. As you can see from the photos, the correct parking areas are now much clearer.
Work carried out August 2018 in Lynton and Lynmouth.
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