Penylan's Liberal Democrat councillors are continuing to campaign for Cardiff Council to introduce a solution to the problem of traffic chaos in the streets around Howardian Primary School at the start and end of the school day.
Because the school is only accessed via cul-de-sacs on either side, this means that parents have to undertake three-point-turns after picking up or dropping off their children to school by car.
We believe the planning application for the new housing development alongside the school presents an opportunity for a new traffic solution to be introduced.
We have therefore launched a petition calling for the plans to be amended so that a transport solution is incorporated into the development that could avoid the need for parents dropping off or collecting their children to undertake three-point turns.
Please sign the petition below to put pressure on the Council and its developer partners to incorporate this change into their plans.
I/we, the undersigned, call for a transport solution to be incorporated into the proposed housing development of the former Howardian Adult Learning Centre site (which is the subject of planning application 18/02500/MJR) that could avoid the need for parents dropping off or collecting their children from Howardian Primary School to undertake three-point turns.