Devon County Council (Various Roads, Exeter) (Control of Waiting & Loading) Amendment Order

Devon County Council has advertised a Traffic Regulation Order containing a number of new parking restriction across Exeter – with the snappy title Devon County Council (Various Roads, Exeter) (Control of Waiting & Loading) Amendment Order

Statement of reasons
The restrictions are being proposed to resolve minor local issues that have been reported to the Council and considered as part of the Exeter Highways and Traffic Orders Committee annual local waiting restrictions programme. Specific details of what is proposed at each location can be found within the deposit documents.

The restrictions are proposed to avoid danger to persons or other traffic using the road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising, for facilitating the passage on the road or any other road of any class of traffic (including pedestrians) and to preserve/improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run.

Draft order, plans & statement of reasons may be seen during usual office hours at the address below in main reception & Exeter City Council Customer Service Centre, Paris Street. Draft order, order being amended & statement of reasons at http://www.devon.gov.uk/traffic-orders from 08 December until 05 January.

Objections & other comments specifying the proposal & the grounds on which they are made must be in writing to the address below or via http://www.devon.gov.uk/traffic-orders to arrive by 05 January 2017. Receipt of submissions may not be acknowledged but those received will be considered. A reply will be sent to objectors if the proposal goes ahead. If you make a submission this will form part of a public record which may be made publicly available.

08 December 2016
Reference IMR/B13560-5555
County Solicitor, County Hall, Topsham Road, Exeter EX2 4QD

In West Exe, the plans affect the following streets:

Alphington & Cowick
Introduction of No Waiting At Any Time in specified lengths of: Aldens Road, Barley Farm Road, Barley Lane, Berkshire Drive, Bowhay Lane, Buddle Lane, Corn Mill Crescent Spur leading to numbers 8-20, Corn Mill Crescent Spur leading to numbers 9-25, Corn Mill Crescent, Courtenay Gardens, Courtenay Road, Cotfield Street, Eton Walk, Fairfield Road, Fortescue Road, Gabriels Wharf, Hatherleigh Road, Marsh Green Road North, Percy Road, Southport Avenue, Water Lane and Wheatsheaf Way.

Exwick & St Thomas
Introduction of No Waiting At Any Time in specified lengths of: Addison Close, Ashleigh Mount Road, Barton Road, Brentor Close, Burrator Drive, Church Path Road, Cleve Road, Coventry Road, Cowick Lane, Exwick Road, Farm Hill, Garland Close, Gloucester Road, Guildford Close, Hayes Barton Court, Kinnerton Way, Larch Road, Maple Road, Meadowbrook Close, Medley Court, Moorland Way, Princes Street North Access Road between numbers 14 & 16, Redhills, Rowan Way, Stafford Road, Wardrew Road and Winchester Avenue;

Introduction of Residents Parking At Any Time Zone B in a specified length of Beaufort Road.

More detailed plans for St Thomas

Schedule 1.001 No Waiting At Any Time

Barley Farm Road, Exeter
(i) both sides from its junction with Barley Lane for a distance of 9 metres in an easterly direction

(ii) the north side from its junction with Berkshire Drive for a distance of 8 metres in a westerly direction

(iii) the south side from its junction with Berkshire Drive for a distance of 11 metres in a westerly direction

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Barley Lane, Exeter
(i) the east side from a point 8 metres north of its junction with Barley Farm Road to a point 8 metres south of that junction

(ii) the south-west side from its junction with Eton Walk for a distance of 15 metres in a north-westerly direction

(iii) the south-west side from its junction with Eton Walk for a distance of 13 metres in a south-easterly direction

Buddle Lane, Exeter
The north-west side from a point 140 metres south-east of its junction with Newman Road in a southerly direction to a point 4 metres north of its extended northern building line of number 50 Buddle Lane including the eastern side of the traffic island

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Beaufort Road, Exeter
The north-east side from its junction with Queens Road for a distance of 7 metres in a north-westerly direction

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Berkshire Drive, Exeter
(i) the east side from a point 3 metres north of the boundary of Nos. 28/30 Berkshire Drive for a distance of 15 metres in a northerly direction

(ii) the west side from a point 8 metres south of its junction with Barley Farm Road to a point 7 metres north-east of that junction

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Bowhay Lane, Exeter
The north-east side from a point 8 metres south-east of its junction with Kerswill Road toa point 6 metres north-west of that junction

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Buddle Lane, Exeter
The north-west side from a point 140 metres south-east of its junction with Newman Road in a southerly direction to a point 4 metres north of its extended northern building line of number 50 Buddle Lane including the eastern side of the traffic island

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Church Path Road, Exeter
(i) the north-west side from its junction with Barton Road for a distance of 3 metres in a south-westerly direction

(ii) the south side from its junction with Cowick Lane for a distance of 8 metres in an easterly direction

(iii) the south side from its junction with Larch Road for a distance of 3 metres in a westerly direction

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Cowick Lane, Exeter
The south-east side from a point 11 metres north of its junction with Parkhouse Road to a point 10 metres south of its junction with Church Path Road

Eton Walk, Exeter
(i) the north-west side from its junction with Barley Lane for a distance of 75 metres in a south-westerly direction

(ii) the south side from its junction with Barley Lane to a point 30 metres west and south-west of its junction with Furze Court

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Kerswill Road, Exeter
(i) the north-east side from a point 1 metres south-east of the south-eastern boundary wall of 21 Kerswill Road for a distance of 32 metres in a north-westerly direction

(ii) the south-east side from its junction with Bowhay Lane for a distance of 3 metres in a north-easterly direction

(iii) the south-east side from a point 26 metres north-east of its junction with Bowhay Lane for a distance of 23 metres in a south-easterly and north-easterly direction

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Maple Road, Exeter
Both sides from its junction with Wardrew Road for a distance of 5 metres in an easterly direction

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Princes Street North Access Road Between Numbers 14 & 16, Exeter
Both sides from its junction with Princes Street North for the entire length of public highway

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Stafford Road, Exeter
Both sides from its junction with Wardrew Road for a distance of 4 metres in a westerly direction

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Wardrew Road, Exeter
(i) the east side from a point 5 metres north of its junction with Maple Road to a point 5 metres south of that junction

(ii) the west side from a point 4 metres north of its junction with Stafford Road to a point 4 metres south of that junction

Schedule 6.007 Residents Parking At Any Time Zone B

Beaufort Road, Exeter
The north-east side from a point 7 metres north-west of its junction with Queens Road for a distance of 52 metres in a north-westerly direction

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2 thoughts on “Devon County Council (Various Roads, Exeter) (Control of Waiting & Loading) Amendment Order

  1. Ref IMR/B13560-5555
    I wish to object to the proposed no parking restriction on Wardrew Road specifically at the junction of Wardrew Rd and Maple rd. I have lived virtually opposite this junction for 37yrs and am not aware of traffic incidents at this junction. By the nature of the street width and speed bumps protecting this junction traffic is already designed to move slowly. There doesnt appear to be any problem with access for large vehicles, eg rubbish collection lorries, and Fire engines.
    I feel that removing these 2 spaces will exacerbate parking problems for residents and visitors.
    Ann Goodship, 73 Wardrew rd

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    1. Dear Ann

      Thank you for the comments on my blog, which I posted for information only.

      The advert for the full Traffic Regulation Order can be found of the DCC website:
      http://www.devon.gov.uk/documents-www9.pdf?url=trafficorders/browse.asp&url=22696

      as can the draft TRO:
      http://www.devon.gov.uk/documents-www9.pdf?url=trafficorders/browse.asp&url=22695

      To register a formal objection you have to respond directly to Devon County Council.
      You can do this in a number of ways, as outlined in the formal advert:

      Objections & other comments specifying the proposal & the grounds on which they are made must be in writing to the address below or via http://www.devon.gov.uk/traffic-orders

      These comments must arrive by 5 January 2017

      Receipt of submissions may not be acknowledged but those received will be considered. A reply will be sent to objectors if the proposal goes ahead.

      If you make a submission this will form part of a public record which may be made publicly available

      That said, I have noted your comments

      Best wishes

      Paul

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      Paul Bull
      Labour & Co-operative Councillor
      St Thomas Ward

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