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SLLC 30.9.22 AMBLESIDE TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER

Meeting: 30/09/2022 - County Council Local Committee for South Lakeland (Item 42)

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[Electoral Divisions: Lakes]

 

To consider a report by the Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure

 

This report presents

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Minutes:

A report was considered from the Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding the Ambleside Traffic Regulation Order. The report set out the responses to the statutory consultation and advertising of the Order and sought a resolution on the proposed introduction of the Order.

The Traffic Management Team Leader - South Lakeland presented the report. Members were guided through the background to the Traffic Regulation Order.

 

The Local Member for Lakes commented on the TRO.  He noted it was a successful scheme and thanked the Traffic Management Team Leader for her hard work and that this TRO would help alleviate problems encountered by emergency and refuse vehicles and supported the proposal.

 

RESOLVED that,     Having taken into account the objections and representations which were received during the statutory consultation and advertisement, and having also taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 which are more specifically referred to at paragraph 7.2 of this Report, that The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, Ambleside) (Consolidation of Traffic Regulations) (Order 2003) Variation (No.5) Order 20>< (“the Order”) be brought into operation as advertised SAVE FOR the following amendments: -

 

(a)  In relation to the north western side of Chapel Hill that the extent of the “No Waiting at Any Time” restriction to be reduced to 13 metres commencing from a point 18 metres from its junction with Fair View Road, as shown on the plan attached as Appendix 4.1.

 

(b) In relation to the north side of High Gale that the extent       of the “No Waiting at Any Time” restrictions to be reduced to 19 metres commencing from its junction with Low Gale, as shown on the plan attached as Appendix 4.2.