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Draft Parking Review Amendment Traffic Regulation Order 32 REF 008839MS

Statutory advertisement of Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for High Street, Streatley

Consultation status Results expected
Start date: 2023-03-02
End date: 2023-03-23
Results 2023-06-01
Category: Roads, Transport and Parking

Activity closed

What is being proposed

This Draft Parking Review Amendment Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is proposed to improve road safety at identified problem locations, will address obstruction concerns related to inconsiderate parking, and will resolve issues related to resident parking on High Street, Streatley. 

  • Proposed Permit Holders only 8am to 6pm: bays will be introduced for resident Permit Holders to accommodate approximately 14 vehicles. Space between bays will create informal 'passing places' for opposing traffic at busy periods. The remainder of High Street will remain unrestricted and available for any road user.
  • Proposed No Waiting at Any Time: To prevent vehicles just parking on the south side of High Street and avoiding the parking bays

You can view the Icon for pdf Draft TRO and explanatory statement [1MB] , Icon for pdf Street Notice [79KB] , and Icon for pdf Plan [215KB] online. 

Why we want your views

We'd like to know whether you would support or object to the introduction of parking restrictions on the High Street, Streatley.

How to take part

If you'd like to comment on or object to the proposal, please complete our response form and return it to the Traffic and Road Safety Team by Thursday, 23 March 2023 stating the reasons for your objections or support.

Any personal information you choose to provide will be kept confidential and used in accordance with .

If you have any questions about this TRO, please contact the Traffic and Road Safety Team.

For general enquiries about traffic management and road safety, please visit our webpage.

What happens next

All comments and objections we receive will be taken into account, and a report submitted for consideration by the Executive Member for Highways, who will decide how to proceed. Any action will be approved by Individual Executive Member Decision.

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