Due to road resurfacing works Queens Gate will be closed between Kensington Gore and Prince Consort Road. The works are scheduled for both dates but the contractor is hopeful of completing within one day.
TfL has updated their plans for the Park Lane scheme that they delivered temporarily in May 2020 as part of their Streetspace for London programme. Following their monitoring of the Park Lane scheme and feedback received; TfL intend to make some improvements. These changes focus on the northbound carriageway and a list of works is … Continue reading “TfL’s Park Lane Scheme – Roadworks 20 June – 19 August 2022”
Detecting tachograph violations is getting easier. The DVSA are trialling remote tachograph sensing equipment to make it easier to detect drivers and operators who are breaking drivers’ hours rules, which has the potential to be dangerous to road users. Most operators do follow the rules, but the DVSA are still finding offences at the roadside. … Continue reading “Tachograph Violations”
Utility works are taking place on the A13 Commercial Road at the junction with Branch Road (A101). Works will include temporary traffic lights and lane restrictions. From Tuesday 24 October until January 2024
The DVSA has updated and improved the Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness. It’s essential reading for transport managers and drivers of lorries and buses and includes best practice advice on a range of items to keep vehicles safe on the road. Tyre management and what to look for on walkaround checks are covered as well as … Continue reading “Updated Guide to Maintaining Road Worthiness”
Coach Parking and Drop-Off There are no facilities for coach parking in central Bath. The Riverside Coach Park closed on 2nd November 2020, which was required to facilitate the development of Bath Quays North, the Council’s flagship regeneration project, that will create a new business district providing much needed high-quality offices and new jobs. A new coach … Continue reading “Coach Parking In Central Bath Closes”
After a landmark legal case, it’s no longer just full-year workers who need 5.6 weeks’ annual holiday. You need to provide this for all staff, even if they don’t work for you every week of the year. If this ruling affects your workers, you need to change way you calculate holiday pay and leave… or … Continue reading “Legal update to workers’ holiday entitlement”