The City of London is now on board with Permits in mind
01 June 2009
As elected members of a short list of boroughs pioneering the Permit Scheme, the CITY was more than happy to be on board with the Oyster system which has a built- in permit function.
As part of the maintenance of City streets, the City of London carries out an annual resurfacing programme. The City of London schedules every street in the Square Mile a specific point in time when it is due to be resurfaced. When a street becomes due for resurfacing it is inspected and, if it is found to be in a condition necessitating action, it is added to that year's programme. Each year around 30 streets are resurfaced.
The Considerate Contractor Scheme, originally pioneered by the City of London in 1987, aims to encourage building and civil engineering contractors working in the City to carry out their operations in a safe and considerate manner, with due regard to passing pedestrians and road users. It is this all embracing and caring approach to all stakeholders that see's the City pushing forward with FM Conway using the Oyster Master Plan and mobile solutions to tackle the very latest EToN 5 / permitting demands of the TMA.» Return to homepage