Saggar Street – “No Through Road” sign – an update

Some time ago, I highlighted residents’ concerns that there was a lack of No Through Road signage at the bottom of Saggar Street and that I had raised this with the City Council’s Roads Maintenance Partnership.
 
In response, I was advised :
 
“A dead end “T” sign will be incorporated into new street name plates at the Saggar Street/City Road junction.”
 
I am pleased to note that signs are now erected on both sides of the street at its junction with City Road – see above right.

Saggar Street – grass areas

I recently had complaints from residents that the grass areas in front of the flats on the south side of Saggar Street are needing reinstatement.
 
See photo below of me at the location :
I contacted the City Council about it and have been advised that the City Development Department has requested that its lighting contractor (who recently installed the new street lights) undertake reinstatement work.

Saggar Street – “No Through Road” sign

Residents have complained to me that there is no “T junction” signage in Saggar Street and some visitors’ vehicles go up the hill only to meet an unexpected dead end.    
 
I raised this with the City Council and am pleased with the positive response :
 
“A dead end “T” sign will be incorporated into new street name plates at the Saggar Street/City Road junction. 
 
There’s no specific timescale for this being done but the new signs will be included in the next street name plate order to be prepared (probably early January) and erected approximately six to eight weeks thereafter.”