Proposal to introduce a Traffic Regulation Order at Stoney Middleton Byway

Consultation opening date
26 September 2016
Consultation closing date
12 December 2016
Status: Closed

What this consultation is about

On 12 July 2016 our cabinet member for highways, traffic and infrastructure approved a report for an initial public consultation on the possible implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) on Stoney Middleton Byway Open to All Traffic 15 (Jacobs Ladder) to prevent or restrict use by motorised vehicles. The report is attached to this page.

This consultation aims to examine whether sufficient evidence exists to support the making of a TRO.

The results of the consultation will be examined with reference to the provisions of the Road traffic Regulation Act 1984. A report presented to a future meeting of the cabinet member to advise whether or not there is evidence to support the making of an order. That report will be available to the public on our website approximately one week before the meeting.

Location: from Grid Reference SK 2343 7594 to Grid Reference 2323 7555. Approximately 542 metres.

Reference to motorised vehicles in the survey means any self-propelled road vehicle.

What else do you need to know?

The following documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download software to view PDF documents for free from the Adobe website (opens in a new window)

How to take part

We are carrying out this consultation in the following ways:

  • Questionnaire - Online
  • Questionnaire - Paper

Who to contact about this consultation

Rights of Way
Shand House,
Dale Road South,
01629 533262

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Who is the consultation aimed at?

Which part of Derbyshire is this consultation aimed at?

  • Derbyshire Dales

Generally, who is this consultation aimed at?

  • All

How will we let you know the results?

Feedback about this consultation will be available by the following methods:

  • Our website

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