PLANS to speed-up the process of making ‘School Keep Clear’ markings in Sheffield legally enforceable have been welcomed.
Opposition Lib Dem members on Sheffield Council, who control the south-west community assembly and have already funded the legal costs for two schools, say they are glad Labour has announced proposals to pass legal orders for all sites in the next ‘two to three years’.
Coun Ian Auckland, Lib Dem transport spokesman, said: “The council could go further. By cutting the office refurbishment budget by 10 per cent, legal powers could be granted to all schools in the city this year.
“I’m glad Labour has agreed to fund tough measures.”