Andover Business Park HGV Violations

We have the figures from the Traffic Monitoring Department at Hampshire County Council for the number of lorries and HGVs that have come down Monxton Road, instead of going to the Business Park. This data has been gathered from the ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) systems that are on our roads.

The Coop opened in Q3 of 2012, hence the highest number of violations. However, there has been a slow increase in the last quarter, so we need to be vigilant and keep the pressure on the Coop.

Andover Business Park Violations

Period

Monxton Road Violations

Jun-13

6

May-13

5

Apr-13

4

Q1 2013

9

Q4 2012

0

Q3 2012

29

Q2 2012

15

Q1 2012

6

Q4 2011

0

Q3 2011

16

Total over 2 years

90

Average number of violations/month

3.75

7 comments on “Andover Business Park HGV Violations

  1. Adrian Drage says:

    Interesting figures. However, and following my question to Pat West at the AGM, how many of these violations were detected during the hours of darkness? Or put another way is the system picking up violations during the hours of darkness?

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  2. John Chaffey says:

    Interesting statistics as it is only Tuesday, is it just monitoring CO-OP lorries as I have seen 3 lorries (not CO-OP)already this week and this is only by a chance look out of my window. today’s number was CE52 CLR. I will try to be more observant.

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    • The ANPR is just monitoring vehicles that should be heading to the Coop distribution centre – not all vehicles/lorries.

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      • John Chaffey says:

        Sarah I didn’t give you the right informations of these lorries 1 turned at Cattle lane (the viaduct road) and 2 turned at Sunnybank and went back up the road towards the business park. The marks from these lorries at Cattle Lane and Sunnybank on the verges are witness to my observations perhaps we should also include Sunnybank for Bollards.?

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  3. Peter Parfrey says:

    Difficult to have any faith at all in these figures
    The following were all observed by Sue Ratut at the crossroads during Q4 2012

    5/11/12
    Reg: VX61 DYG
    Company name: Downton

    Date: 08/11/12
    Reg: DA12 VNJ
    Company: DS Smith Packaging
    Time: 07.27

    12/11/2012
    DA60 ZCO (it could’ve been ZGO – difficult to see)
    6.21am
    Bibby

    6th December
    DX11 EVB
    6.25am
    ‘Chilled’ something or other on the side of the lorry.

    11/12/12 at 3.30am
    NM 239 BY
    Nordic Transport

    14/12/12
    Stobart (unusual)
    PJ10 VJE
    13.45

    17/12/12
    Express Freight
    WX56 AZT
    7.59am

    Are we really to believe that none of them were connected to the COOP?

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