THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (LAKESIDE, EASTLEIGH) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2018Notice ID: BOU0557982
THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (LAKESIDE, EASTLEIGH) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2018
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Eastieigh Borough Council pursuant to arrangements with Hampshire County Council has made the above mentioned Order In exercise of the powers of the said County Council under Sections 9 and 10 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers, and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police.
EFFECT OF ORDER: For an experimental period of up to 18 months, introduce no waiting at any time restrictions on sections of Argosy Crescent, Dakota Way, Islander Walk, Raplde Close, Somers Way and Viscount Gardens. The proposed restrictions are to facilitate the safe passage of vehicular traffic and to prevent obstructive parking. The reason for proceeding by way of an Experimental Traffic Order is to assess the effects of the changes before consideration is given to whether the restrictions should be made permanent
DATE OF OPERATION: The Order will come Into operation on 09-04-2018 and can continue to be In force for a maximum of 18 months.
FURTHER DETAILS: A copy of this Notice and the Order together with a plan showing the roads to which the Order relates and a statement of the Council's reasons for making the Order may be inspected at Eastieigh House, Upper Market Street, Eastieigh during normal office hours or on the Council's website: www.eastleigh.gov.uk/TRO OBJECTIONS TO MAKING THE ORDER PERMANENT: The Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Any person may object to the making of an Order for this purpose and such objections must be sent in writing or via the form on the Council's website to the undersigned, at the address given above, quoting the title of the Order, by 30th September 2018. Letters of support for these proposals will also be received during this period. Persons wishing to make objections or other representations are advised that in the order-making process, objections or other representations may become publicly available and therefore the names and addresses of those persons making objections or other representations may also be made publicly available.
APPLICATION TO THE HIGH COURT: Any person who desires to question the validity of the Order or of any provision contained in the Order on the grounds that it is not within the relevant powers or on the grounds that any requirement of the relevant powers have not been complied with in relation to the Order, may by 11th May 2018 make application for this purpose to the High Court.
DATED: 30-03-2018 (Any enquiries please email email@example.com) Ian Austin, Legal Services Manager firstname.lastname@example.org