Amendment 4, 2020
Introduction of double yellow lines to prevent obstructive parking
|Eastmead Avenue||Introduction of double yellow lines to prevent obstructive parking|
|Hall Avenue (spur)||
Reduction of double yellow lines in one section where a lay-by allows, thereby increasing parking amenity in the area.
The existing overnight waiting restriction for vehicles above 5t will not be affected.
Amend double yellow lines and limited waiting bays within that part of the adoptable highway within the existing Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), to reflect the situation on the ground in light of changes caused by development.
The existing CPZ rules will not be affected.
Introduction of double yellow lines to prevent obstructive parking in one location
Formalise existing restrictions to reflect changes made during recent construction
|Hales Close||Remove two existing disabled persons parking bays and introduce three limited waiting parking places in that location.|
THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENTS DO NOT CHANGE ANY OF THE RESTRICTIONS AS THEY CURRENTLY APPEAR ON THE GROUND
|Blue Line Lane||Removal of redundant disabled persons parking bay from the written order|
|Dover Place||Amendment of written descriptions in light of recent development to reflect the marked restrictions as the appear on the highway|
|Gladstone Road||Formalise existing disabled persons parking bay|
|Millbank Road||Formalise existing school entrance markings|
|Ordinance Way||Formalise existing no waiting restrictions (double yellow lines)|
The consultation period has now ended. You may make comments at any time, but they will not form part of our considerations for this proposal as part of this amendment cycle.
The Amendment Order has now been made- 02 September 2020
If you are unable to view the proposals at the above address, please contact us on 01233 330414 to request a hard copy of the deposit documents to be sent out. Please refer to Amendment 4 and give your contact details, full address and postcode.
If any person wishes to question the validity of this Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it or they are not within the powers conferred by the Act, or that any requirement of the Act or of any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may, within 6 weeks from the date on which the Order was made, apply for the purpose to the High Court.
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Ashford Borough Council
Kent TN23 1PL
Please use reference AM4.2020 in all correspondence
Plans are indicative- full descriptions can be found in the proposed written order.