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Residents’ Parking around University Response to Draft Order

Purpose of Report: To report progress on Advertising the draft Order and report on the responses/ objections received. The draft Traffic Regulation Order would implement further ResPark controls in streets in the area to the north of University of York Campus which the Executive Member considered in July 2020. Decisions will need to be made to agree to make the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) needed to introduce the agreed restrictions.

The Executive Member will be asked to consider representations and consider confirmation of the decision to introduce a ResPark scheme in the following areas;
Streets to the north of Thief Lane and the West of Green Dyke Lane (R21A);
Streets to the south of Hull Road and east of Green Dykes Lane (R39B) and
Streets to the south of Hull Road and east of Windmill Lane (Extended R39A)

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Decision Made

Wards affected: Fishergate Ward; Hull Road Ward;

Notice of proposed decision first published: 26/04/2021

Decision due: 22/06/21 by Executive Member for Transport

Lead member: Executive Member for Transport

Lead director: Corporate Director of Place

Department: Directorate of Place

Contact: Ken Hay, Traffic Project Officer  ken.hay@york.gov.uk, Darren Hobson, Principal Engineer Traffic Manager  darren.hobson@york.gov.uk email:  darren.hobson@york.gov.uk or  ken.hay@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

The Report considers responses to advertised Order and consultation in February and March 2021. The confirmed TRO proposals would be implemented within the normal timescales for the TRO process.
Consultees: As discussed at the Executive Member decision meeting in July ’20; the TRO process included press advertising and a letter, which was sent to all frontagers.


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