PLANS to issue a ‘no waiting at any time’ restriction on a busy Hemingfield street have gone to public consultation.

If approved, the restriction will be on Cemetery Road and Lady Croft Lane. It comes after planning permission was granted in 2017 for a new development of 20 houses with a new access from Cemetery Road.

As part of the planning consent, conditions were imposed to protect the visibility at the new access road junction and Cemetery Road.

A report states: “Barnsley Council proposes to introduce ‘no waiting at any time’ restrictions on part of Cemetery Road. The proposed restrictions will extend beyond the junction of Cemetery Road and Lady Croft Lane, as otherwise displaced parking could create obstruction and visibility issues at this junction.

“As part of the planning agreement, four properties along Cemetery Road which will be directly affected by the proposed restrictions have been provided with off street parking spaces within the new development.”

Local councillors were made aware of the plans and no objections were made. The public can now have their say on the plans until April 1.