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CITY OF YORK COUNCIL

Notice ID: BR3335232

Notice effective from
18th August 2017 to 17th September 2017

NOTICE OF PROPOSALS THE YORK PARKING, STOPPING AND WAITING (AMENDMENT) (NO 14/27) TRAFFIC ORDER 2017

Notice is hereby given that City of York Council, in exercise of powers under Sections 1, 2, 4, 32, 35, 45, 46, 53 and Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 (“the Act”) and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Act, proposes to make an Order which will have the effect of:

1. Introducing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions in York as follows:

(i) Bishopsfields Drive, on its north eastern side, between a point 26.5 metres north west of the projected north western kerbline of Phoenix Boulevard and point 21 metres south east of the projected south eastern kerbline of Phoenix Boulevard;
(ii) Bishopsfields Drive, on its north eastern side, between points 40 metres and 43.5 metres north west of the projected north western kerbline of Phoenix Boulevard;
(iii) Bishopsfields Drive, on its south western side, between a point 39 metres north west of the projected north western kerbline of Phoenix Boulevard and point 47 metres south east of the projected south eastern kerbline of Phoenix Boulevard;
(iv) Bishopsfields Drive, on its north western side, between the projected south western kerbline of Bishopsfields Drive south west for 6.5 metres;
(v) Bishopsfields Drive, on its south eastern side, between the projected south western kerbline of Bishopsfields Drive south west for 4 metres; (vi) Mansfield Street, on its south east side, between points 4 metres (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) and 12.5 metres north east of the north eastern highway boundary line of Foss Island Road, thereby revoking the existing ‘No Waiting’ Mon-Sat 8am to 6pm restrictions from within that length;
(vii) Phoenix Boulevard, on both sides, between the projected south western kerbline of Leeman Road south west for 37 metres;
(viii) Phoenix Boulevard, on both sides and turning heads, from the projected south western property boundary line of No. 52 Phoenix Boulevard south west for the remainder of its length; (ix) St Paul’s Mews, on both sides, from the projected south eastern kerbline of Watson Street south east for 16 metres; (x) Watson Street, on its north west side, between points 43.5 metres and 48 metres north east of the highway boundary line on the north side of Holgate Road.

2. Introducing a Residents’ Priority Parking Zone (Zone) for all classes of Residents’ Priority Permit Holder comprising of Bishopsfields Drive, Hardisty Mews and Phoenix Boulevard, York the said Zone to be identified as Zone 61, that Zone to include all properties adjacent to and having direct private access to the said roads.

3. Designating those existing unrestricted lengths of Bishopsfields Drive, Hardisty Mews and Phoenix Boulevard York within the proposed Zone described in paragraph 2 as a Residents’ Priority Parking Zone for use only by Zone R61 ‘Permit Holders’ thereby providing unlimited parking for Permit Holders, the said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points (as opposed to the placement of Residents’ Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb).

4. Re-defining ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking area thereby bringing within the R57 zone South Bank Avenue and the residential properties numbered 64 Nunthorpe Grove, 147-153 (odd) Bishopthorpe Road, 1-37 (odd), and 4-118 (even) South Bank Avenue, thereby providing unlimited parking for all classes of Residents’ Priority Permit Holders in unrestricted lengths of South Bank Avenue, the said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points (as opposed to the placement of Residents’ Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb).

5. Re-defining ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking area thereby bringing within the R58 zone all properties on Beresford Terrace, Butcher Terrace, Finsbury Avenue, Finsbury Street, Reginald Grove, Terry Street and the residential properties numbered 156 to 274 Bishopthorpe Road thereby providing unlimited parking for Permit Holders in unrestricted lengths of Beresford Terrace, Butcher Terrace, Finsbury Avenue, Finsbury Street, Reginald Grove and Terry Street. The said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points (as opposed to the placement of Residents’ Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb).

6. Introducing ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking bays providing unlimited parking for R58 Permit Holders on the east side of Bishopthorpe Road:
(i) between a point 20 metres south from the projected centreline of Butcher Terrace and the projected northern property boundary line of No 218 Bishopthorpe Road;
(ii) between a point 3m north from the projected northern property boundary line of No 230 Bishopthorpe Road and a point 15 metres north from the projected centreline of Reginald Grove.

7. Re-defining ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking area thereby bringing within the R59 zone all the residential properties on St Aubyn’s Place, thereby providing unlimited parking for Permit Holders in unrestricted lengths of St Aubyn’s Place, the said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points (as opposed to the placement of Residents’ Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb).

8. Re-defining ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking area thereby bringing within the R60 zone all properties on Cecilia Place, Cleveland Street, Railway Terrace, St Paul’s Square, St Paul’s Terrace, Upper St Paul’s Terrace, Watson Street, Watson Terrace and the residential properties numbered 96, 98, 124 and 126 Holgate Road, 1-17 (odd), and 2-20 (even) Wilton Rise, thereby providing unlimited parking Monday to Saturday for Permit Holders in unrestricted lengths of Cecilia Place, Cleveland Street, Railway Terrace, St Paul’s Square, St Paul’s Terrace, Upper St Paul’s Terrace, Watson Street, Watson Terrace and Wilton Rise between its junction with Railway Terrace and the southern property boundary of No. 20 Wilton Rise the said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points (as opposed ment of Residents’ Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb). Thereby revoking the existing Access Restriction on St Paul’s Square, York.

9. Introducing 24 hour Monday- Saturday Residents Parking Places, providing a limited parking period for none permit holders of 120 minutes with a 120 minutes ‘No Return’ period, on Watson Street, York;
(i) on its north west side, between points 20 metres (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) and 43.5 metres north east of the highway boundary line on the north side of Holgate Road;
(ii) on its north west side, between points 48 metres and 58 metres (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) north east of the said line;
(iii) on its south east side, between points 108 metres (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) and 119 metres (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) north east of the said line.

10. Amendment to the eligibility of commercial permits to allow staff members of an education establishment for 0 to 18 year olds that does not have off street parking provision at the time the residents parking zone is implemented to apply for commercial permits within a ‘Residents’ Priority’ parking area.

A copy of the draft Order, Statement of Reasons for making it and relevant maps can be inspected at the Reception, West Offices, Station Rise, York, during normal business hours. Objections or other representations specifying reasons for the objection or representation should be sent to me in writing to arrive no later than 15th day of September 2017.

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

Notice is hereby given that City of York Council (the Council), in exercise of powers under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (the Act), made an Order on the 17th day of August 2017 in respect of each of the locations numbered (1) and (2). Additionally, the Council, not less than 7 days from the publication of this Notice, intends to make an Order under Section 14(1) of the Act in respect of each of the locations numbered (3), (4) and (5).

(1) GROVES LANE, YORK This Order prohibits pedestrians and vehicles from proceeding in Groves Lane, York between its junctions with Penley’s Grove Street and Lockwood Street (closed footpath) during the period when new electricity connection works being undertaken thereon that period commencing at 0001hrs on the 21st day of August 2017 and ending at 2400hrs on the 25th day of August 2017 (works period) or at a time when the works have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure that the said works can be carried out safely. An alternative route for diverted pedestrians and vehicles will be signed during the works period.
(2) MELROSEGATE, YORK This Order prohibits vehicles from proceeding and waiting in Melrosegate, York between its junctions with Hull Road and Alcuin Avenue (closed road) during the period when carriageway remedial works being undertaken thereon that period commencing at 1900hrs on 24th day of August 2017 and ending at 2400hrs on the 25th day of August 2017 or at a time and date when the works have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure that the said works can be carried out safely. It is envisaged that the closure will only be put into effect during overnight periods between 1900hrs and 2300hrs during the works period. An alternative route for diverted traffic will be signed during the works period.
(3) NEW WALK, YORK This Order will prohibit pedestrians and vehicles from proceeding in New Walk, York between its junctions with Maple Grove and Blue Bridge Lane (closed footpath/cycle path) during the period commencing at 0001hrs on the 4th day of September 2017 and ending at 2400hrs on the 8th day of September 2017 (works period) or on a date when footpath resurfacing works being undertaken thereon have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure that the said works can be carried out safely. An alternative route for diverted pedestrians and vehicles will be signed during the works period.
(4) HAXBY STATION LEVEL CROSSING, HAXBY This Order will prohibit vehicles from proceeding through the Haxby Station Level Crossing on Station Road, Haxby (closed road) during the period commencing at 2230hrs on the 2nd day of September 2017 and ending at 0900hrs on the 17th day of September 2017 (works period) or at time when track maintenance works have been completed whichever is the earlier. An alternative route for diverted traffic will be available via Station Road, Towthorpe Road, Strensall Road, A1237, York Road, Station Road and vice versa. It is envisaged that the closure will only be put into effect during overnight periods, on the following times and dates: 2230hrs on Saturday 2nd September till 0900hrs on Sunday 3rd September; 2230hrs on Saturday 9th September till 0900hrs on Sunday 10th September; 2230hrs on Saturday 16th September till 0900hrs on Sunday 17th September.
(5) BOOTHAM LEVEL CROSSING, YORK This Order will prohibit vehicles from proceeding through the Bootham Level Crossing on Wigginton Road, York (closed road) during the period commencing at 0030hrs and ending at 0800hrs on the 3rd day of September 2017 or at time when track maintenance works have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure that the said works can be carried out safely. An alternative route for diverted traffic will be available via Wigginton Road, Haxby Road, A1237, Wigginton Road and vice versa. The above temporary Orders will not prohibit works or emergency access nor will they prohibit access to premises provided that access is not prevented by on-going works or safety concerns. Traffic signs/barriers will indicate the extent of the prohibitions/ restrictions. For further information please contact Darren Hobson Telephone 01904 551367 e mail: darren.hobson@york.gov.uk  Director of Economy and Place West Offices, Station Rise, YORK YO1 6GA CITY OF YORK

Attachments

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City of York Council

West Offices , Station Rise , York , YO1 6GA

http://www.york.gov.uk 01904 551 550

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