Bradford Council looks set to impose a district wide ban on advertising A boards.
Following a resolution at full council in July this year, executive members will be asked to set the final seal on the ban to come into force from April next year.
The Council vote was widely welcomed by representatives of disabled and other groups and follows a 12-month trial in Ilkley, Saltaire and Leeds Road.
From April 2018, businesses which flout the ban repeatedly will be served with a Community Protection Notice under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act of 2014.
Failing to comply with the Notice may result in a Fixed Penalty Notice of £100 and the confiscation of the A board.
A report to the executive, which meets at City Hall on November 7, says that businesses will be advised of the ban in a letter accompanying their business rates notification at the beginning of next year.