Some time ago I went to see the head of the police training college on Mather Avenue (with local residents) to talk about problems caused by selfish and inconsiderate parking by people working at or visiting the building.
The superintendent agreed to reinforce the message about considerate parking, but we realised it would take more than that.
Among the frustrations of residents was the double yellow line across the front of the building which seemed to have little point and which the police said they didn't need.
I followed up by asking the Council to look into removing it. We felt that if it wasn't there, some of the troublesome parking could be shifted away from people's houses.
Anyway, the good news is that, following all this work, a plan to make this change is now drawn up and being advertised for comments. People directly affected should have had a letter but there'll have been wider advertising too.
There is a deadline for any comments of 22 November. If there are no objections, it should go ahead. If there are objections a Council committee may have to decide which means residents will have another chance to have their say.
This has been a long running bug bear for local people so let's hope it's sorted soon.