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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.

As a result of concerns that have been raised with us about inconsiderate parking, we are proposing to amend/add parking restrictions at the following locations and would like to take the opportunity to consult with you about the detail:

A. Greyfriars Road/Brigg Road Broughton, [PDF, 223Kb] – a restriction of no waiting at any time around the junctions and on Brigg Rd opposite the School Entrance a restriction of no waiting Mon–Fri 8am-9am & 3pm-4pm.

B. Appleby Lane/Westminster Road Broughton [PDF, 190Kb] – a restriction of no waiting at any time around the junction.

C. St Marys Lane area [PDF, 203Kb] of Barton-upon-Humber, including St Mary’s Lane, Priestgate, Whitecross St, Beck Hill & Burgate – sections of no waiting at any time.

D. Pasture Road TRO approved[PDF, 255Kb], Barton-upon-Humber including its junctions with Falkland Way, Nursery Close & Butts Rd – no waiting at any time restrictions

E. Holydyke (Northern side) (A1077) [PDF, 220Kb] Barton-upon-Humber between its junctions with Bowmandale & Vestry Lane – no waiting at any time restrictions

F. Sandtoft Industrial Estate  [PDF, 267Kb] and around its junction with Sandtoft Rd – no waiting at any time restrictions

G. Ferry Road/Buckingham Avenue/Buckingham Street North, [PDF,158Kb] Scunthorpe – a restriction of no waiting at any time around the junction.

The attached drawings above show the extents of the yellow lines and they have a section to explain the meaning of the restrictions.

Objections to the proposal specifying the grounds on which they are made should be sent in writing to the Traffic & Road Safety Team, 8-9 Billet Lane, Normanby Enterprise Park, Scunthorpe, DN15 9YH, or via email ian.jickells@northlincs.gov.uk not later than 11th November 2021.

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