In the District of Canterbury

 

THE KENT COUNTY COUNCIL

(VARIOUS ROADS, CITY OF CANTERBURY)

(TRAFFIC REGULATION AND STREET PARKING PLACES)

EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2019

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

 Notice is hereby given that KENT COUNTY COUNCIL in exercise of its power under sections 1(1), 2 (1) to (3), 3 (2), 4 (1) and (2), 32 (1), 35 (1), 44, 45, 46, 49 and 53 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (hereinafter called “the Act”) and of all other enabling powers, and after consultation with the chief officer of police in accordance with Paragraph 20 of Schedule 9 to the Act, hereby make the following order:-

Due to a new development it has become necessary to review the parking and waiting restrictions and with concerns of possible public safety, The Developer and Kent County Council have made the decision to implement to amend the waiting restrictions’ (means double yellow lines no waiting at any time) with an Experimental Order for up to 18 months on the following lengths of roads in the City of Canterbury.

 Roads in Canterbury in the District of Canterbury

COCKERING ROAD - (1) On the north-western side from the junction with Strangers Lane for a distance of 14 metres in a south westerly direction. (2) On the north-western side from the junction with Strangers Lane to a point in line with the boundary of 43/44 Cockering Road. (3) On the north-western side from the junction with St Nicholas Road for a distance of 20 metres in a south westerly direction. (4) On the north-western side from the junction with St Nicholas Road for a distance of 14 metres in a north easterly direction. (5) On the south-western side from a point 5 metres north east opposite the north eastern boundary of 39 Cockering Road for a distance of 121 metres in a south westerly direction. (6) On the south-western side from a point opposite the boundary of 20/21 Cockering Road for a distance of 60 metres in a south easterly direction. STRANGERS LANE - On both sides from the junction with Cockering Road for a distance of 17 metres in a northerly direction.

ST NICHOLAS ROAD - (1) On the western side from the junction with Cockering Road to a point in line with the common boundary of 19/20 St Nicholas Road. (2) On the eastern side from the junction with Cockering Road for a distance of 14 metres in a north westerly direction. (3) To remove the disabled persons parking bay across the frontage of 3 Strangers Lane. UN-NAMED ROAD OPPOSITE ST NICHOLAS ROAD - On both sides from the junction with Cockering Road for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction. UN-NAMED ROAD OPPOSITE STRANGERS LANE - On both sides from the junction with Cockering Road for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction.

A full detailed statement of the Council’s reasons for making the Experimental Order and a copy of any other Orders which will be amended by the Experimental Order may be examined on Monday to Friday at The Kent County Council, Sessions House, Maidstone, ME14 1XQ, at The Kent County Council, Highways, Transportation & Waste, Ashford Highway Depot, Henwood Industrial Estate, Unit 4 Javelin Way, Ashford, Kent TN24 8AD also at Canterbury City Council during normal office hours or download from the consultation document section below.

Any person wishing to make representations whether to object or support the Order before it is made permanent must do so in writing quoting the reference (TRO/Experimental/Cockering Road) specifying the grounds on which they are made within 18 months (by 12 noon Monday 8th March 2021) of the Experimental Order coming into force or if the Order is subsequently varied or modified within 12 months of the variation or modification coming into force to, The TRO Co-ordinator, Schemes Planning & Delivery Team, Highways, Transportation & Waste, Kent County Council, Ashford Highway Depot, Henwood Industrial Estate, Javelin Way, Ashford, TN24 8AD or by email to TRO@kent.gov.uk

Simon Jones Director of Highways, Transportation & Waste

Timeline

  • Opened
    6 Sep 2019 at 00:00
  • Closes
    8 Mar 2021 at 23:59

Details

Consulting Organisation Type
  • Kent County Council
Consulting Organisation Name Kent County Council
District / Borough areas affected by the consultation
  • Canterbury
Consultation Topic
  • Traffic, transport and roads
Consultation Methods
  • Open responses (e.g. letters and email)
Contact Details

Any person wishing to make representations whether to object or support the Order before it is made permanent must do so in writing quoting the reference (TRO/Experimental/Cockering Road) specifying the grounds on which they are made within 18 months (by 12 noon Monday 8th March 2021) of the Experimental Order coming into force or if the Order is subsequently varied or modified within 12 months of the variation or modification coming into force to, The TRO Co-ordinator, Schemes Planning & Delivery Team, Highways, Transportation & Waste, Kent County Council, Ashford Highway Depot, Henwood Industrial Estate, Javelin Way, Ashford, TN24 8AD or by email to TRO@kent.gov.uk