St Peter’s C of E Primary School is one of the first proposed pilot schools for the Bristol School Streets scheme.
Bristol City Council is working closely with the school to investigate and develop the pilot. The scheme will come into action from Monday 24 February 2020.
This will involve making Ellfield Close a pedestrian and cyclist priority zone, between 08:30-09:15 and 14:45 – 15:30 on weekdays during term time.
There will be clear signage to inform drivers that they are entering a school streets zone. The zone will be enforced and motor vehicles without and exemption permit could be issued with a fine.
Frequently asked questions
Yes – if you are a carer who regularly supports a resident within the zone, you may be eligible for an exemption.
The scheme will come into action on Monday 24 February 2020.
Following its launch, the pilot scheme will initially run for 18 months prior to being reviewed. If deemed successful, it may become permanent by the introduction of a traffic order.
The school street zone will apply on weekdays during term time between 08:30 – 09:15 and 14:45 – 15:30.
All residents/businesses within the school street zone have received information about receiving an exemption permit. If you have not received your permit, please get in touch.
There will be clear signage to inform drivers that they are entering a school street zone. The zone will be enforced and motor vehicles entering without an exemption permit could be issued with a fine.
Nothing, your Blue Badge acts as an exemption and you will be able to freely move in and out of the school street zone.
No – parents or carers dropping children at school will not be eligible for an exemption. You can only be granted an exemption if you or your child are a Blue Badge holder.
School Streets Officer