EXPERIMENTAL PARKING AND BUS LANE AMENDMENTS -PENRHYN ROAD, KINGSTON (REF. KINGMAP0028)Notice ID: MF0440419
ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES
EXPERIMENTAL PARKING AND BUS LANE AMENDMENTS -PENRHYN ROAD, KINGSTON (REF. KINGMAP0028)
The Kingston upon Thames (Free Parking Places, Loading Places and Waiting, Loading and Stopping Restrictions) (Amendment No. 8) Experimental Order 2019; The Kingston upon Thames (Charged-For Parking Places) (Amendment No. 8) Experimental Order 2019; and The Kingston upon Thames (Bus Priority) (Amendment No. 3) Experimental Traffic Order 2019.
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames on 17th June 2019 made the above-mentioned Orders under section 9ofthe Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Local Government Act 1985.
2. The general effect of the Orders, which will come into force on 1st July 2019, are such that, on an experimental basis, in line with the introduction of atwo-way segregated cycleway (on the east side) and alterations to bus stops and pedestrian crossings in Penrhyn Road, Kingston (between its junctions with The Bittoms and Surbiton
(a) double yellow line "at any time" waiting restrictions will apply on both sides;
(b) "at any time" loading restrictions will apply; on the west side; and on the east side except for the locations specified in (c) below;
(c) loading restrictions (operating between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.) will apply on the east side; between its northern junction with Grove Crescent and No. 19 Penrhyn Road; and outside Nos. 63 to 75 Penrhyn Road;
(d) existing 'resident permit holders only' and 'pay &display' parking places are removed (between Nos. 63 and 79 Penrhyn
(e) an existing 'goods vehicles loading only' bay is re-located from outside Nos. 75-77 to outside No. 79 Penrhyn Road; and
(f) the extents of an existing northbound bus lane are altered (to begin at the side of No. 2Woodbines Avenue and end adjacent to its southern junction with Grove Crescent).
3. The Orders provide that, subject to the provisions of section 10 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the Council's Director of Communities, or some person authorised in that behalf by him, may, if it appears to him or that person essential in the interest of the expeditious, convenient and safe movement of traffic or for providing suitable and adequate parking facilities on the highway or for preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which any road affected by the Orders runs, modify or suspend the Orders or any provision contained therein.
4. Any person desiring to question the validity of the Orders or of any provision contained therein on the grounds that it is not within the relevant powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any relevant requirements thereof or any relevant regulations made thereunder have not been complied with in relation to the Orders may, within six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, make application for the purpose to the High Court.
5. The Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the experimental Orders should be continued in force indefinitely by means of Orders made under sections 6, 45, 46 49 and 124 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. Any person may object to the making of an Order for the purpose of such indefinite continuation within aperiod ofsix months beginning from the date on which the experimental Order came into force, or if an experimental Order is varied or modified, beginning with the date on which such variation or modification came into force. Any objection must be in writing stating the grounds on which it is made and sent to either the Director of Communities, Traffic Order Section, Guildhall 2, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1EU or to
(please quote ref. KingMap0028).
Dated 20th June 2019. MERVYN BARTLETT
Group Manager - Highways and Transport (Communities)
Note: Persons responding to the Orders should be aware that the Council may be legally obliged to disclose the information provided to third parties.