Motorhomes Overnight Parking Now Banned On Lytham St Anne’s Promenades

Motorhomes will be banned from parking overnight on promenades in Lytham St. Anne’s after new parking rules have been approved by Lancashire County Council’s cabinet. These vehicles will not be allowed to park there from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. under the new regulations.

The motor caravan ban will start in Ansdell Road South in Lytham and run along Inner Promenade, South Promenade and North Promenade, terminating in Todmorden Road in St Anne’s.

It will also include King Edward Avenue, Fairlawn Road and Seafield Road in Lytham.

The restriction is expected to come into force by early May, although an exact date has not yet been confirmed.

This follows a report to cabinet members saying there had been years of complaints from residents about the impact of camper vans and the space they took up. However, some feared the ban would force the motorhomes on to town centre roads or into side streets. Highways officers said there was currently no evidence that would happen. LCC also heard that a number of people who responded to the consultation called for residents’ parking schemes.

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