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Traffic Regulation Orders – consultations and notifications

Formal consultation on proposed Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs). Formal notification of approved TROs.

TRO consultations

If you have any objections to these orders you should submit them, giving your reasons, by the date indicated.

You will find a statement of reasons, description of the order and plan showing the proposed changes in the documents below.

A Weight Zone which aims to alleviate issues raised by some residents about Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) movements in the Ferry Ward is to be implemented.

The works will be implemented, and the order will be operational from Wednesday 30 November 2022.

The extents of the proposed zone are shown on the attached drawing along with a copy of the statutory notice and a statement of reasons. Objections to the proposal specifying the grounds on which they are made should be made within six months of the order coming into force or of the latest variation or modification of it.

Any such objection should be in writing specifying the grounds on which it is made and sent to the Highways Traffic Safety Manager, Billet Lane, Normanby Enterprise Park, Scunthorpe DN15 9YH or via email at traffic@northlincs.gov.uk

As part of the council’s 20mph speed limit policy, we are proposing to implement a 20mph speed limit on various streets within the town centre of Barton upon Humber. The measures will assist with speed management in the area and improve road safety.

The limit is proposed on the roads shown on the attached drawing and measures will include signing and road markings. No traffic calming is planned as part of the scheme.

Objections to the proposal specifying the grounds on which they are made should be sent in writing to the Traffic Safety Team via email traffic@northlincs.gov.uk not later than 20 October 2022.

Schedule

To amend the North Lincolnshire Borough Council (Various Streets) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Street Parking Places) (Civil Enforcement and Consolidation) Order 2019 as follows in so far as it relates to Barrow-upon-Humber, Kirton-in-Lindsey & Scunthorpe and as detailed below:

  • A – around the junction of Wold Rd & Thornton St, Barrow – to impose a restriction of no waiting at any time as shown on drawing HN5006-22-001  [PDF, 402Kb]
  • B – around the junction of Dunstan Hill, Dunstan Villas & West Cross St, Kirton – to impose a restriction of no waiting at any time at that Junction and to impose a section of no stopping on entrance markings outside the Fire Station on West Cross St as shown on drawing YHN5006-22-002-001  [PDF, 625Kb].
  • C – on West Common Gardens, Scunthorpe – to revoke the restriction of no waiting Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm as shown on drawing YHN5006-22-003/001 [PDF, 523Kb].

Dated this 21st day of July 2022

Church Square House                           W S Bell – Assistant Director
30-40 High Street, Scunthorpe           Governance & Partnerships

Statement of reasons

Issues have been highlighted about parked vehicles in these areas. As a result, we are proposing to implement parking restrictions to restrict parking and improve road safety.

 

TRO – notifications

Our recent traffic regulation orders (TRO) are listed below when they need to be published. They will be effective from the dates shown.

You must make an application to the High Court within six weeks of the date the order was made to question the validity of an order or any provision contained in them on the grounds that they are not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that a requirement of that Act or any instrument made under it has not been complied with.

If you have any queries or require further information then please contact us.

Brumby Wood Lane/Kingsway experimental notice [PDF, 21Kb]

Notice is hereby given that on 17th November 2021, North Lincolnshire Council made an Order under Section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which is to prohibit vehicles travelling along Brumby Wood Lane, Scunthorpe from making the turning movements set out in the Schedule. The Order will come into effect on 28 November 2021 for an experimental period of 18 months

Notice is hereby given that on 12th January 2022, North Lincolnshire Council made an Order under Section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which is to introduce a one-way traffic system in Kirton on the lengths of road set out in the Schedule and as per the detail shown on drawing YHN0056/006 [PDF, 427Kb]. The Order will come into effect on 24th January 2022 for an experimental period of 18 months.

George Street and High Street, Kirton-in-Lindsey One Way Traffic (Experimental) Order [57Kb]

traffic@northlincs.gov.uk
01724 297000

Traffic Team
Transport, Highway and Environment
8 – 9 Billet Lane
Normanby Enterprise Park
Scunthorpe
DN15 9YH