Making Permanent of Experimental Traffic Orders - George Slynn Way, School Street, Service Yard, Accrington, Hyndburn
This report sets out two Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders which introduced Prohibition of Vehicles (except buses and loading), Prohibition of Driving (except buses), No Entry and One Way Traffic and Suspension, Prohibition of Waiting, Prohibition of Loading and Limited Waiting Loading Bay at the new George Slynn Bus Station, School Street and the Service Yard to the rear of Nos. 29-41 Union Street, Accrington.
The proposals have been advertised in the local press and by way of notice on-site and no objections have been received.
This is deemed to be a Key Decision and the provisions of Standing Order 25 have been complied with.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Significant effect in 2 or more electoral divisions;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Divisions affected: Accrington South; Accrington West;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 03/02/2017
Anticipated restriction: Part I -
Decision due: 13 Mar 2017 by Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport
Contact: Matthew Hargreaves Email: email@example.com Tel: 01254 770966.
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