Parking Neath Hill Statutory Consultation
Posted on 8th July 2022 at 09:57
THE COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF MILTON KEYNES (THE COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF MILTON KEYNES) (VARIOUS ROADS, NEATH HILL) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING) ORDER 2012) VARIATION ORDER 2022
A traffic regulation Order (TRO) is a legal Order, which allows the Highways Authority to restrict the road and traffic movements, which is enforceable by law.
The general effect of the Order will be to introduce no waiting at any time restrictions (double yellow lines) along parts of Glazier Drive, Currier Drive, Armourer Drive, Tower Drive, Serjeants Green, Founders Mews, Dyers Mews, Bowyers Mews, Fletchers Mews, Carvers Mews, Taylors Mews, Cutlers Mews, Barbers Mews Gilders Mews, Turners Mews, Salters Mews, Brownbaker Court, Whitebaker Court, Gunbaker Court, Ironmunger Court, Coachmaker Court, Innholder Court, Cordwainer Court, Wheelwrights Mews, Tower Crescent and Carpenters Court in Neath Hill
The proposed restrictions come as a result of road safety concerns raised by the local community over vehicles parking within ten metres of the junctions and pedestrian crossing points and will help to alleviate obstruction and encourage a safer environment for pedestrians and cyclists.
The restrictions will be operational at all times and will be marked out in accordance with Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016.
As the Highway Authority for the above lengths of road, Milton Keynes Council is satisfied that the introduction of the above proposed restrictions will help encourage a safer environment throughout.
When making a traffic regulation Order, the authority must carry out a minimum of 21 days statutory consultation prior to the Order coming into effect. This allows the Ward Councillors and members of the public to formally comment on; or object to the proposed Order.
Please be advised that the statutory consultation will commence on 7th July 2022 for a period of 21 days, concluding on 28th July 2022.
The consultation will be made available on the Milton Keynes Council website at https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/consultations.
You are invited to comment on the proposals.
The closing date for the statutory consultation exercise is 28th July 2022.
Please send any comments you may have on the above proposals by the closing date.
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