Introduction

 

An experimental order has been made to stop vehicles from entering Kirby’s Lane from St. Dunstan’s Street in the District of Canterbury – At the junction with Kirby’s Lane for a distance of 5 metres in a north easterly direction.

The Order will be implemented by the 5 October 2020 on an experimental basis for a period of eighteen months after which time it will be reviewed. The Council may then make the Order permanent or abandon it.

The consultation on this order runs until Monday 8 March 2021.

  • avoid the danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising.
  • for preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the road runs.

Full details, including the scheme plan, can be found in the Public Notice and Statement for Reason.

Alternative formats: If you require any of the consultation material in an alternative format or language please email alternativeformats@kent.gov.uk or call 03000 421553 (text relay service number: 18001 03000 421553). This number goes to an answering machine, which is monitored during office hours.

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Timeline

  • Opened
    2 Oct 2020 at 00:00
  • Closes
    8 Mar 2021 at 12:00

Respond

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
  • Other
Contact Details

Anyone may, by application to the High Court within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this Notice, challenge the validity of the Orders or of any provision contained in them on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or any instrument made thereunder, or that there has been a failure to comply with any statutory requirement to the Orders.