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NOTICE OF MAKING THE YORK (BISHOPTHORPE ROAD RESIDENTS PARKING! (EXPERIMENTAL) TRAFFIC ORDER 2022

Notice ID: BRA2305253

Notice effective from
14th January 2022 to 13th February 2022

CITY OF YORK COUNCIL
NOTICE OF MAKING THE YORK (BISHOPTHORPE ROAD RESIDENTS PARKING! (EXPERIMENTAL) TRAFFIC ORDER 2022
Notice is hereby given that on the 13*1 day of January 2022 City of York Council ("the Council") in exercise of powers under Section 9,10 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, made The York (Bishopthorpe Road Residents Parking) (Experimental) Traffic Order 2022 ("the Order") which comes into effect on the 28* day of January 2022 for an experimental period of 18 months ending on the 27* day of July 2023 and amends the York Parking, Stopping and Waiting Traffic Order 2014 (or any replacement thereof) by:
Re-defining 'Residents' Priority' parking area thereby providing unlimited parking for all classes of R58 Permit Holders and a limited parking period for none permit holders of 60 minutes with a 60 minutes 'No Return' period in unrestricted lengths of
a) Balmoral Terrace between the projected western kerbline of Bishopthorpe Road and the projected western kerbline of Montague Street;

b) Bishopthorpe Road between the projected northern property boundary line of No 218 Bishopthorpe Road and a point 35m north from the projected centreline of Reginald Grove.

The said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area 'entry1 and 'exit points (as opposed to the placement of Residents' Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb). The council will be considering, in due course, whether the provisions of this Experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Any person wishing to object to the indefinite continuation of the Order must state their grounds for objection in writing to Assistant Director of Economy and Place, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YOl 6GA, so that the objection is received by no later than the 27" day of July 2022. A copy of the Order, statement of reasons for making it and map showing the lengths of road affected may be inspected at the City of York Council Reception at West Offices, Station Rise, York, YOl 6GA during normal business hours. Any person who wishes to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended or that a requirement of any regulations thereunder has not been complied with may, within 6 weeks from the commencement date of the Order, make application for that purpose to the High Court.
NOTICE OF MAKING THE YORK PARKING. STOPPING AND WAITING (AMENDMENT) (NO 14/481 TRAFFIC ORDER 2022
Notice is hereby given that on the 13* day of January 2022 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, made an Order which has the effect of:
1. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in York as follows:

(a) Acomb Road, on its:

(i) north side, between points 2 metres and 17 metres west from the projected eastern property boundary line of No 110. Acomb Road,

(ii) north side, between points 37 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions) and 52 metres east from the projected centreline of West Bank,

(iii) north side, between points 10 metres and 60 metres west from the projected eastern boundary line of West Bank Park,

(iv) south side, between the projected eastern boundary line of West Bank Park and a point 50 metres east of the said line,

(b) Albemarle Road, on its:

(i) east side, between points 66 metres and 82 metres north from the projected centreline of Philadelphia Terrace,

(ii) east side, between points 105 metres north from the projected centreline of Philadelphia Terrace and 81 m south of the projected southern kerbline of Telford Terrace;

(c) Almsford Road, on both sides, between the projected eastern kerbline of Beckfield Lane and a point 15 metres east of the said line;

(d) Anson Drive, on its east side, between points 10 metres north and 10 metres south from the projected centreline of Danum Road,

(e) Balmoral Terrace, on both sides:

(i) from a point 7 metres east of the projected centreline of Trafalgar Street to a point 12 metres west of said line,

(ii) between the projected centreline of Count de Burgh Terrace and a point 12 metres east of the said line,

(f) Barbara Grove, on both sides, between points 10 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 20 metres east from the projected eastern kerbline of Hamilton Drive East,

(g) Carter Avenue, on both sides, between the projected northern kerbline of Fifth Avenue and a point 10 metres north of the said line,

(h) Chantry Close, on both sides, between the projected northern kerbline of Ryecroft Avenue and a point 10 metres north of the said line,

(i) Clive Grove, on its south side, from a point 3m west from the projected western property boundary of No. 8 Clive Grove east for the remainder of its length,

(j) Danum Road, on its:
(i) north side, between the eastern kerbline of Anson Drive and a point 10 metres east of the said line.

(ii) south side, between the eastern kerbline of Anson Drive and a point 10 metres east of the said line

(k) Dodsworth Avenue, on its east side, between points 12 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 22 metres east from the projected southern kerbline of Fossway,
(I) Eighth Avenue, on both sides, between the projected northern kerbline of Fifth Avenue and a point
10 metres north of the said line, (m) Fifth Avenue, on its:
(i) north side, between points 13 metres east and 13 metres west from the projected centreline of Carter Avenue,

(ii) north side, between points 13 metres east and 13 metres west from the projected centreline of Seventh Avenue,

(iii) north side, between points 13 metres east and 13 metres west from the projected centreline of Eighth Avenue,

(iv) south side, between the projected eastern property boundary line of No 176 Fifth Avenue and a point 33 metres west of the said line,

(n) Hempland Lane, on its west side, between the projected southern property boundary line of
No 38 (terminal point of the existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions) and the northern property
boundary line of No. 36 Hempland Lane, (o) James House Access road, on both sides, between the projected eastern kerbline of James Street
east for the remainder of its length, (p) Knavesmire Road (kidney Island), on its south side, between the projected western kerbline of
Racecourse Road and a point 39 metres west of the said line, (q) Ouseburn Avenue, on both sides, between the projected eastern kerbline of Beckfield Lane and
a point 15 metres east of the said line (r) Ryecroft Avenue, on its north side, between points 17 metres south west and 17 metres north east
from the projected centreline of Chantry Close, (s) Seventh Avenue on both sides, between the projected northern kerbline of Fifth Avenue and a
point 10 metres north of the said line, (t) Swinegate, on its south west side, between points 15 metres and 38 metres north west from the
projected north western kerbline of Church Street, there by revoking the existing 'No Waiting
8am - 6pm' restriction from within that length, (u) Wains Road, on its north west side, between points 15 metres south west and 22 metres north east
from the projected centreline of Lovel House Access Road (v) West Thorpe on its:
(i) north side, between points 10 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 32 metres east from the projected eastern kerbline of Chaloners Road,

(ii) south side, between points 10 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 16 metres east from the projected eastern kerbline of Chaloners Road,

2. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Clifton Without as follows:

(a) Oakdale Road, on its:

(i) north west side, between a point 20 metres south from the projected centreline of llton Garth (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and a point 115 metres north east from the projected centreline of Ebsay Drive (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions'),

(ii) south east side, between points 15 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 30 metres south from the projected centreline of Bransholme Drive,

(b) Oriel Grove, on both sides, between its north western kerbline with Rawcliffe Lane and a point 12 metres north west of said line,

(c) Rawcliffe Lane, on its north west side, from the projected centreline of Oriel Grove north east for 25 metres and south west for 15 metres,

(d) Surrey Way, on both sides, between its north eastern kerbline with Shipton Road (A19) and a point 25 metres north east of said line,
3. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in York Road, Haxby, on its:

(a) east side, between points 13 metres and 55 metres south of the projected centreline of South Lane,

(b) west side, between the projected centreline of South Lane and a point 8 metres south of the said line.

4. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Rawcliffe as following:

(a) Loweswater Road, on both sides, between the north eastern kerbline of Shipton Road (A19) and a point 10 metres north east of the north eastern kerbline of Shipton Road (access road),

(b) Shipton Road (access road), on both sides, between a point 10 metres north west of the north western kerbline of Loweswater Road and a point 10 metres south east of the south eastern kerbline of Loweswater Road,

5. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Rufforth & Knapton as following:

(a) Moor Lane, on both sides, between the eastern kerbline of Northfield Lane and a point 15 metre north east from the said line,

(b) Northfield Lane, on its:

(i) eastern side from the northern property boundary line of Oak Wood Farm south for the remainder of its length),

(ii) western side between points 20 metres north and 20 metres south from its junction with Moor Lane

6. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Riverside Walk, Strensall, on its south side, between points 12 metres (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time restrictions') and 19 metres south east from the projected south eastern kerbline of West End.

7. Introducing 'No Waiting from 8.45am-9.15am and 2.45pm-3.30pm Monday to Friday' restrictions in Ryecroft Avenue, York, on its south side, between points 17 metres Lane (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions) and 54 metres north east from the projected centreline of Summerfield Road.

8. Introducing 'No Waiting from 8am - 9am and 3pm - 4pm Monday to Friday' restrictions in Heslington Lane, York, on its north side, between the projected eastern property boundary line of No. 67 Heslington Lane (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting from 8am - 9am and 3pm - 4pm Monday to Friday1 restrictions) and a point 9 metres west from the said line.

9. Revoking the 'No Waiting at any time' restriction between the projected western property line of No. 5 Main Street, Wheldrake and a point 6 metres west of the said line.

10. Introducing 'No Waiting between 08:00 and 11:00 every day' restrictions in York on Bishopthorpe Road, on its west side, between points 192 metres and 254 metres south from the projected centreline of St Chad's Wharf. Thereby revoking the existing 'No Waiting at any Time' restrictions from with that length.

11. Introducing 'No Waiting between 15:00 and 18:00 every day1 restrictions in York on Bishopthorpe Road, on its east side, between points 198 metres and 235 metres south from the projected centreline of St Chad's Wharf. Thereby revoking the existing 'No Waiting at any Time' restrictions from with that length.

12. Revoking 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Albemarle Road, York, on its west side, between points 66 metres and 138 metres north from the projected centreline of Philadelphia Terrace.

13. Re-defining 'Residents' Priority' parking area thereby bringing within the R58 zone all properties on Balmoral Terrace, Coggan Close, Croft Mews, Philadelphia Terrace, Rectory Gardens, St Chad's Wharf and the properties numbered 15 to 129 (evens only) and 36 to 54 (odds only) Albemarle Road, 105 to 211 (odds only) and 276 to 290 (evens only) Bishopthorpe Road thereby providing unlimited parking for all classes of Permit Holders in unrestricted lengths of

(a) Albemarle Road between the respective northern property boundary lines of no.'s 15 and 71 Albemarle Road,

(b) Balmoral Terrace between the projected western kerbline of Montague Street and the projected eastern kerbline Trafalgar Street,

(c) Bishopthorpe Road between the respective northern property boundary lines of no.'s 106 and 218 Bishopthorpe Road,

(d) Philadelphia Terrace,

(e) Rectory Gardens.

The said lengths being identifiable by the placement of upright traffic signs at the Area 'entry1 and 'exit' points (as opposed to the placement of Residents' Parking signs and road markings adjacent to the kerb).
14. Introducing 24 hour Monday-Sunday Residents Parking Places, providing unlimited parking for all classes of permit holders and a limited parking period for none permit holders of 60 minutes with a 60 minutes 'No Return' period, in Balmoral Terrace, York, on both sides, between a point 12 metres west of the projected centreline of Trafalgar Street and a point 12 metres east of the projected centreline of Count De Burgh Terrace.

15. Introducing 24 hour Monday-Sunday Residents Parking Places, providing unlimited parking for all classes of permit holders and a Pay and Display parking place between 09:00 and 18:00 Monday-Sunday in Bishopthorpe Road, York, on its west side, between a point 26 metres south of the projected northern kerbline of Nunthorpe Drive and a point 7 metres north of the projected centreline of the access road to The Winning Post public house.

16. Revoking the 'No Waiting at any time' restriction on Wilton Rise, York between points 22 metres and 28 metres north east from the north eastern highway boundary line of Holgate Road.

17. Revoking the Disabled Person's (Blue Badge) Parking Place in Railway Terrace, York on its south west side, from the south eastern property boundary line of No 28 Railway Ten-ace south east for 1 m and north west for 5 metre.

18. Formalising existing Disabled Person's (Blue Badge) Parking Place on the south side of Heslington Road, York between points 71.5 metres and 81 metres east of the eastern highway boundary line of Barbican Road.

The Order comes into effect on 151" day of January 2022.
A copy of the Order incorporating relevant maps can be inspected at the Reception, West Offices, Station Rise, York, during normal business hours. Any person who wishes to question the validity of the Order or any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 as amended or that a requirement of any regulation thereunder has not been complied with may, within 6 weeks from the date of making of the Order, make application for that purpose to the High Court.
NOTICE OF PROPOSALS THE YORK PARKING. STOPPING AND WAITING (AMENDMENT! (NO 14/52) TRAFFIC ORDER 2022
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 Murton, as follows:

(a) Cavendish Grove, on both sides, between the projected western kerbline of Tranby Avenue and a point 15 metres west from the said line;

(b) Tranby Avenue, on both sides, from the projected northern kerbline of Hull Road to a point 15 metres north from the projected centreline of Cavendish Grove.

2. Introducing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions in Jubilee Terrace, York, on its:

(a) south side, between the projected western property boundary line of No. 1 Jubilee Terrace (terminal point of existing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions) and a point 57 metres east from the said line;

(b) north side, between the projected western property boundary line of No. 7 Jubilee Terrace and a point 10 metres east from the projected eastern kerbline of St Barnabus Primary School access road.

3. Introducing "School-Keep-Clear" prohibition in St Barnabus Primary School access road, York, on both sides, from a point 6.5 metres north from the northern kerbline of Jubilee Ten-ace north for the remainder of its length, so that the prohibition applies between 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday - Friday within the said lengths, thereby revoking the existing 'No Waiting at any time' restrictions from within that length.

4. Introducing a Residents' Priority Parking Zone (Zone) for all classes of Residents' Priority Permit Holders comprising of Alma Grove, Alma Terrace and Kilburn Road, York the said Zone to be identified as Zone 70, that Zone to include all properties adjacent to and having direct private access to the said road.

5. Designating the existing unrestricted lengths of Alma Grove, Alma Terrace and Kilbum Road, York within the proposed Zone described in paragraph 4 as a Residents' Priority Parking Zone for use only by Zone R70 '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).

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 4" February 2022.
Director of Economy and Place, West Offices, Station Rise, York, Y01 6GA

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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