Agenda item - Double Yellow lines Traffic Order

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Agenda item

Double Yellow lines Traffic Order

Report of the Executive Director of Environment, Development & Housing (copy to follow).

 

Decision:

1)           The Committee approves the following Order (having taken into account of all the duly made representations and objections):

 

Brighton & Hove Outer areas (Waiting, Loading, and Parking) and Cycle Lanes consolidation Order 2013 Amendment No. *201* (TRO-16-2014) Traffic Regulation Order.

 

Minutes:

21.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director of Environment, Development & Housing that noted that the Parking Infrastructure Team had received a number of requests from residents and ward councillors for alterations to parking restrictions due to displacement from resident parking schemes. The report set out the comments, support and objections received to an amendment traffic regulation order and requested approval to proceed with the proposals.

 

21.2      Councillor Theobald noted that double yellow lines were being put in place in Hollingbury & Stanmer and enquired as to the financing of those.

 

21.3      The Parking Infrastructure Manager clarified that the yellow lines were introduced in Hollingbury & Stanmer due to displacement on the roads around Ditchling Road associated with the London Road Station area scheme.

 

21.4      Councillor Daniel welcomed the proposals although she was concerned about the level of consultation with ward councillors. Councillor Daniel stated that the proposals would make a real difference to access for refuse collections and emergency services in an area where the streets were very narrow.

 

21.5      Councillor Cox stated that he was uncomfortable that the scheme appeared a tax on those residents in nearby streets where a CPZ had been introduced seemingly to fund installation of double yellow lines in an area that had refused to be part of a scheme. Councillor Cox stated that the proposals in this case did appear sensible.

 

21.6      Councillor Robins asked how the double yellow lines would be enforced as it was outside a CPZ.

 

21.7      The Parking Infrastructure Manger clarified that enforcement officers could enforce restrictions outside CPZ’s and the council could not enforce in area where there were not lines.

 

21.8      RESOLVED-

 

1)           The Committee approves the following Order (having taken into account of all the duly made representations and objections):

 

Brighton & Hove Outer areas (Waiting, Loading, and Parking) and Cycle Lanes consolidation Order 2013 Amendment No. *201* (TRO-16-2014) Traffic Regulation Order.

 

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