Decision - Proposed waiting restrictions - Manor Road, Sherwood Avenue and Kaigh Avenue, Crosby.

Decision details

Proposed waiting restrictions - Manor Road, Sherwood Avenue and Kaigh Avenue, Crosby.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

To seek approval for the provision of waiting restrictions at the junction of Manor Road, Sherwood Avenue and Kaigh Avenue, Crosby.

Decision:

Decision: That

 

(1)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting and No loading at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on the north-east side of Manor Road, from a point 10 metres north-west of the north-west kerbline of Kaigh Avenue to a point 10 metres south-east of the south-east kerbline of Kaigh Avenue;

 

(2)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting and No loading at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on the south-west side of Manor Road,from a point 10 metres north-west of the north-west kerbline of Sherwood Avenue to a point 10 metres south-east of the south-east kerbline of Sherwood Avenue;

 

(3)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting and No loading at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on both sides of Sherwood Avenue, from the south-west kerbline of Manor Road to a point 10 metres south-west of the south-west kerbline of Manor Road;

 

(4)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting and No loading at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on both sides of Kaigh Avenue, from a point 10 metres north-east of the north-east kerbline of Manor Road to the north-east kerbline of Manor Road;

 

(5)  the necessary legal procedures, including those of public consultation and advertising the Council’s intention to implement the Order, be approved;

 

(6)  in the event that no objections are received during the consultation process referred to in (5) above, the Chief Legal & Democratic Officer be authorised to make the Order and the Highway Management Manager be authorised to implement the Order; and

 

(7)  in the event that objections are received during the consultation process, the matter be referred to the Licensing & Regulatory Committee for consideration in accordance with the Council’s Constitution.

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

The Council has the power to revoke a Traffic Regulation Order (Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) as well as the power to make a new Traffic Regulation Order (Section 1 of that Act). Authorisation to advertise new Traffic Regulation Orders falls under the remit of Cabinet Member Locality Services.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

Publication date: 06/02/2019

Date of decision: 06/02/2019

Effective from: 14/02/2019

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