Public notice

Public Notice

Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)

Cement Block Cottages and Towers Road, Little Thurrock, Grays

(One-Way Traffic, Prohibition of Left Turn and Waiting Restrictions) Experimental Order 2018
Notice under Regulation 22 of the Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure)(England and Wales) Regulations 1996

Notice is hereby given that Thurrock Borough Council, in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 1,2,4 and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the 1984 Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the 1984 Act and after consultation with other relevant parties under the Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure)(England and Wales) Regulations 1996 ("The Regulations"), made the above Order on 26 January 2018.

1) The Order will come into force on 26 January 2018 and may be cited as The Borough of Thurrock (Cement Block Cottages & Towers Road, Little Thurrock, Grays) (One-way Traffic, Prohibition of Left Turn and Waiting Restrictions) Experimental Order 2018.

2) The general effect of the order would be:

A) No person shall cause any vehicle to proceed in the following lengths of road in the direction specified:
i) Southbound on Cement Block Cottages for its entire length
ii) Westbound on Towers Road from a point 50m east of its junction with Cement block cottages to its junction with Rectory Road

B) To reinforce a Prohibition of Left Turn from Towers Road in to Rectory Road

C) To introduce a prohibition of waiting 'No Waiting At Any Time' in the following locations:
i) Towers Road, south side from its junction with Rectory Road for a distance of 34m in a western direction
ii) Towers Road, south side 94m from its junction of Rectory road for distance of 28m in a western direction
iii) Towers road, both sides 150m from its junction with Rectory Road for a distance of 35m in a western direction
iv) Towers road, both sides 231m from its junction with Rectory Road for a distance of 72.5m in a western direction
v) Tower Road, north side from its junction with rectory road for a distance of 12m in a westerly direction
vi) Broadway from, north side from a point 7m west of its junction with bond street for a distance of 24.5m east
vii) Broadway from, south side from its junction with bond street for a distance of 41m east
viii) Bond Street, east side from its junction with Broadway for a distance of 9m south
ix) Rectory Road, east side 22m north of its junction with Towers Road to its junction with Lander Road
x) Rectory Road, east side 22m north of its junction with Towers Road to its junction with Towers Road

The order shall be in force for 12 months from when the order takes effect on 26 January.

3) The following documents relating to the order may be inspected at the Civic Offices, New Road, Grays, RM17 6SL between the hours of 8:45am and 5:15pm, Monday to Thursday, and between 8:45am and 4:45pm on Friday: a copy of the Order; a map showing the location and effect of the Order; a statement setting out the authority's reason for making the order These documents will be available for inspection throughout the period that the Order remains in force.

4) In due course the Council will consider whether the provision of the Order should continue in for indefinitely. Any person may object to the making of the order providing for the indefinite continuation of the Order. Such objections must be made in writing within six months of the date on which the Order comes into effect, must state the grounds on which the objector objects to the Order continuing in effect indefinitely and must be sent to:
Julie Rogers, Director of Environment and Highways
Civic Offices
New Road
Grays
RM17 6SL

5) Pursuant to section 10(2) of the Act, The Assistant Director of Transportation and Highways may, if it appears to them to be in the interest of the expeditious, convenient and safe movement of traffic, or for preserving the amenities of the area through which the roads affected by the Order runs, and after consulting with the Chief Officer of Police, make modifications of any description (other than additions) to the Order or suspend the Order or any provision thereof.

6) If any person wishes to question the validity of the Order or any of its provision on the grounds that the Order or of its provisions are not within the powers conferred by the Act has not been complied with, he or she may apply to the High Court for that purpose within six weeks of the date on which the order was made.

Julie Rogers, Director of Environment and Highways
Publication date: 
Friday 26 January 2018