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Road Surfacing Brize Avenue and Goose Bay Drive

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 by QUVL Project Manager

Just to inform everyone that the final surfacing of Brize Avenue and Goose Bay Drive, from Thatcham Avenue to Buckenham Walk, will be carried out next week. Access may be restricted or diverted during the day, with diversions through Linton Avenue being implemented to ensure that all properties can be accessed.

Thank you for all your patience with these works, by the end of next week – 13 June, the surfacing should be complete with no more raised ironworks in these roads.

If you have any concerns during the works, please contact the QUVL Kingsway (number noted on home page).


Andy Smith

Road Trenches in Brize Avenue

Thursday, April 17th, 2014 by Judge

This is an extract of the second email I’ve sent to QUVL:

Turn left off Thatcham Avenue into Brize Avenue. New trenches have now appeared from the Barrett development across the road from this junction and on around the right bend.
The infill from these trenches is rapidly departing as is the infill around the raised manholes.
I don’t drive a 4×4, so perhaps for the benefit of us ordinary car drivers you could ask the appropriate contractor to do a better job backfilling these trenches?

If anyone else is getting fed up driving over these perhaps we could start some sort of petition to get them to do a better job!

HGV Traffic (Asda)

Monday, February 24th, 2014 by JoeL


There have been a number of comments regarding HGV traffic going to Asda and having spoken to the Council, I can confirm Asda delivery lorries lorries are not allowed to enter or leave Kingsway using the A38 traffic lights, as the planning consent directs them to enter via Waterwells. Also they should not be parking on Newhaven Road for other than a short period while the loading yard gates are opened.

The Council have asked that any instances of lorries using the wrong route or parking on Newhaven Road, especially parking on the verge, should be reported to Joann.Meneaud@gloucester.gov.uk, with times, registration numbers and preferably photographs.

Chair KRA

Happy New Year… Now Pay Up.

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 by robin72

Two Traffic Wardens were hanging around outside my house and looking at cars parked on the pavement on New Year’s Day. The reason is that my neighbour had a New Year’s Eve’ Party and some of the guests stayed overnight… They were desperate to take photo’s of my property and issue tickets on all three cars! Well I hate strangers taking photo’s of my property, so I took a photo’ of them and a close-up, and they didn’t like it. So I said Happy New Year!

Miserable wardens, desperate for a bigger bonus on 1st January 2014.

Parking Problems? Flame on…

Friday, November 15th, 2013 by Clive

As usual, the subject of parking problems in Kingsway has been in the news lately (see
here for details)

This morning I received a telephone call from Rubia Dar of Flame Television (the makers of “Heir Hunters” and “Don’t Get Done, Get Dom”), who are currently making a new six part television series about neighbourhood issues.

Rubia said:

"We are interested in hearing from local residents who have had neighbour disputes over the lack of parking in the area.

The programme will endeavour to explore the difficulties and emotional pressures people can face over neighbour disputes. There is no pressure to take part and all information will be dealt with in confidence.

If you would like to find out more please contact rubiaD @ flametv.co.uk (remove spaces) or call on 020 7 598 7277."

Brize Avenue Parking

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 by Kerry

Can I say that this is an accident waiting to happen, the parking is not acceptable it is like a slalom course, and waiting for a serious accident!

The first corner that you come to on Brize Avenue is constantly full of parked cars which makes this corner blind and sometimes impassable; there will be a serious accident before long, because it does not matter which side you are coming from you just cannot see what is coming, or how fast! Because of the way the cars are parked, emergency vehicles would have no chance of getting through!
All these houses have allocated parking, why not use it?

Surely something can be done, more houses are now being built in this area and the parking is only going to get worse.


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