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Making changes to help you support local

From Monday, August 3, we’re making some changes to help our town centres get back on their feet, helping our businesses – and you – to stay safe and thrive.

So when you pop into town over the coming weeks, you will notice changes being made.

Some of our town centre streets are being pedestrianised to support traders to bring their business outdoors, and to allow safe queuing and social distancing.

One-way systems for walkways are being brought in to place in some areas, and additional space created for pedestrians by changing some parking bays. 

A number of new 20mph zones are also being introduced on many streets to ensure pedestrian safety.

It is hoped the measures will not only create a safer place for people to shop local, support traders and enjoy coming into our town centres, but have a positive impact on our environment too – providing more space and improving air quality.

Town centre streets that are being improved for safety will be pedestrianised between 10am and 4pm but will be accessible outside these core hours.

All of these new and temporary measures will be kept under review and we will be engaging with traders, shoppers and visitors to get your feedback. Keep your eyes peeled for online surveys through our website and on our social media pages, or email us at consultation@carmarthenshire.gov.uk 

Take a look to see what you can expect when you visit and remember – Respect, Protect, and Enjoy Carmarthenshire…

 

Respect – guidelines, safety measures, local communities and others around you

Protect – yourself, other people, and critical services; stay home if you’re unwell and wash your hands often

Enjoy – spend your leisure time safely and support local businesses get back on their feet.

 

Please follow this link to view further details

 

Llanelli

We will be pedestrianising Cowell Street from its junction with John Street and in the area in front of Spring Gardens, which means no access for vehicles from 10am to 4pm daily.

As this will affect the disabled parking bays in this area, new temporary disabled parking bays will be made available along the highway as you enter Cowell Street from Murray Street, and along John Street, although the existing limited waiting bays will be removed.Change to ‘the existing limited waiting bays will be moved to Murray Street and Lloyd Street

Please refer to the map for full details of all the new temporary measures.

Please follow this link to view a map of Llanelli

 

Carmarthen

King Street and Queen Street, Nott Square and adjacent side streets will be pedestrianised, which means no access for vehicles from 10am to 4pm daily.

A number of one-way pedestrian routes are also being implemented to help social distancing, including along Jacksons Lane, the alleys connecting Spilman Street with King Street, and around the bus depot on Blue Street.

Please refer to the map for full details of all the new temporary measures.

Please follow this link to view a map of Carmarthen

 

Ammanford

Changes include the widening of footpaths around the bus station and advisory signs asking you to ‘keep left’. A small section at the top of Wind Street where it joins with Quay Street, will be pedestrianised and we’re working with contractors to remove some hoarding.

Please refer to the map for full details of all the new temporary measures.

Please follow this link to view a map of Ammanford

 

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