New parking restrictions will be in place during Hull Fair next month.
Several streets in Hull will have parking restrictions increased to allow only parking for residents with permits during the fair.
Streets will include Granville Street, Lowther Street, Paisley Street, Perry Street, Ruskin Street, Sandringham Street and Walliker Street.
The restrictions will be in place from Wednesday 2 to Sunday 13 October. They will apply from Monday to Friday from 6pm to midnight and on Saturday and Sunday from noon to midnight.
Temporary signage will be installed to indicate where restrictions are in place.
Councillor Dave Craker, portfolio holder for culture, leisure and tourism, said: “Following concerns raised by nearby residents, we have improved parking arrangements in streets surrounding the Walton Street site.
“We would encourage anyone planning to visit the fair to use public transport where possible with Stagecoach providing extra services to and from the fair right across the city and a park-and-ride service operating from Priory Park and Humber Bridge car parks.”
Hull Fair will run from Friday 4 to Saturday 12 October and will be closed on Sunday 6 October.
Hull Fair road closures
Closes 10am Wednesday 2 October – 2pm Sunday 13 October. Entry is via Old Anlaby Road under the Anlaby Road flyover via West Park, exit is via Walton Street/Spring Bank West. No vehicle movement is permitted on Walton Street between 12noon and 1am daily.
Closed from junction of Sleights Close up to Walton Street at 10am Wednesday 2 October – 2pm Sunday 13 October.
Closed from Anlaby Road junction from 10am Wednesday 2 October – 2pm Sunday 13 October.
No right or left turn onto north and south carriageways from the east and west central crossing points at the junction with Walliker Street and Walton Street.
Granville and Sandringham Street
Closed ONLY on an ad-hoc basis between 4pm Friday 4 October, up to and including 11pm Saturday 12 October, with restricted access to residents only – these two roads will only be closed in exceptional circumstances.