A range of temporary changes are being made across the county to provide more road space for people walking and cycling – keeping a safe social distance as they begin to go back to work and school after the Coronavirus lockdown. Further schemes are in development to support retail spaces which mean taking traffic and parking out of our town centres to create space. These plans are being developed with Hampshire’s district and borough councils, Business Improvement Districts, town and parish councils, and other organisations who have expressed an interest.

Petersfield – The Spine (Lavant, Chapel, The Square, High Street) – Reallocation of parking to give more space to pedestrians coupled with information signing along this area. It is also envisaged that new cycle stands will be introduced in Market Square, so cyclists have an area to park and secure their bicycles. A closure of Swan Street between High Street and Chapel Street to allow access only for buses.

Hampshire County Council supports safe shopping in Petersfield with COVID-19 social distancing scheme.

Residents and businesses can email RHSS_EH@easthants.gov.uk with any feedback.

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5 Replies to “Temporary Town Arrangements for Covid-19”

  1. peter Goodman says:

    Great to see some encouragement for more cycling into the town.

  2. M Fellows says:

    In the interest of public hygiene now that so many more people are visiting the Heath and its pond and with many more children using the play reas I strongly advise you to get your act together and reopen the toilets by the cafe.
    Frankly this ought to have been done rather the time other councils opened theirs which was at least 10 days ago.

    Why are you being so dilatory?

    Please reply to Michael Fellows, email mikedfellows@gmail.com Thank you.

    • Kathryn Ellis-Blandford says:

      We have responded.

      • Kat Layard says:

        And what was the response? We are hoping to bring my 93 year old Mum (who hasn’t been out for 4 months) to the heath this weekend but she will need a toilet.

        • Kathryn Ellis-Blandford says:

          Environmental Health have yet to give us their decision so if this is going to be an issue for your mother then I would advise waiting until the situation changes. Thank you.

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