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Cooper's Row, Hammett Street and Trinity Square

​The City of London Corporation is consulting on changes in Cooper’s Row, Hammett Street and Trinity Square. Read the documents below and send us your comments by 19 December 2019.

Notice of Proposal (84KB)
Statement of Reasons (66KB)
Plans (675KB)

Write to:

Department of the Built Environment
City of London Corporation
PO Box 270
London EC2P 2EJ

Quote reference: TraffOrder/DBE/CT-GL

Vehicles are parking on the southern section of Cooper’s Row and on the City of London side of Trinity Square once the single yellow line waiting restriction is no longer in operation. The parked vehicles are obstructing the flow of traffic. The City Corporation is proposing to introduce double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions to counter this.

Hammett Street has been closed for a number of years to facilitate the redevelopment of a building that spans the street. The construction works are complete, and the street is open once again. There is only a single yellow line waiting restriction in the street and vehicles are parking once the restriction is not operating. Traffic is not able to get past the parked vehicles, so the City Corporation is proposing to introduce double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions.​


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