Statutory notice in Newham Recorder – Forest Gate Crossrail – proposed parking, waiting and loading restrictions

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London Borough of Newham

The Newham (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (Amendment No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate North) (Free Parking Places) (No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate North) (Loading Bays) (No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate North) (Parking Places) (No. 1, 2016) (Amendment

No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate) (Free Parking Places) (No. 1, 2014) (Amendment

No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate) (Loading Bays) (No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Forest Gate) (Parking Places) (Special Parking Area) (No. 1, 2002)

(Amendment No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Disabled Persons) (Community Parking) (Special Parking Area)

(No. 1, 2007) Amendment No. *) Order 201*

The Newham (Prohibition of Stopping on Taxi Ranks) (No. *) Order 201*

FOREST GATE CROSSRAIL STATION – COMPLEMENTARY PARKING AND

WAITING & LOADING MEASURES

1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of

Newham proposes to make the above mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45,

46, 49, 51 and 124 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended.

2. The general effect of the Orders would be to:

(a) introduce a loading bay that would operate ‘at any time’ in Forest Lane,

outside Nos. 171 to 175;

(b) introduce a dual-use loading bay/30 minute maximum stay (no return

within 1 hour) pay by phone parking place in Sebert Road outside Nos.

12 to 16 (this would operate as a loading bay between 6am and 10am

and between 4pm and 7pm every day and as a parking place between

10am and 4pm every day with a charge of one pound for 30 minutes);

(c) introduce dual-use loading bays/30 minute maximum stay (no return

within 1 hour) pay by phone parking places in Woodgrange Road

outside Nos. 60 and 62 and outside Nos. 53 and 55 (these would

operate as loading bays between 6am and 10am every day and as

parking places between 10am and 7pm every day with a charge of one

pound for 30 minutes);

(d) introduce a taxi rank in Woodgrange Road, opposite Nos. 60 to 66,

where all vehicles except taxis would be prohibited from stopping ‘at

any time’;

(e) introduce free 5 minute maximum stay (no return within 1 hour) parking

places that would operate between 6am and midnight every day in:

(I) Woodgrange Road, outside No. 180 Forest Lane, outside Nos.

57 and 59 and outside Nos. 62 and 64; and

(II) Sebert Road, outside Nos. 16 and 18;

(f) remove an advisory disabled persons’ parking place in Woodgrange

Road outside Nos. 45/45a and introduce a 2 hour maximum stay (no

return within 2 hours) community disabled persons' parking place

outside Nos. 41/43 that would operate between 6am and 7.30pm every

day and be restricted to use by blue badge holders only;

(g) shorten 2 hour maximum stay paid for parking places in:

(I) Woodgrange Road outside Nos. 41 to 45 and opposite No. 45;

and

(II) Earlham Grove, adjacent to No. 49a Woodgrange Road; and

(h) replace existing waiting and loading restrictions with:

(I) waiting restrictions operating between 7am and 7pm on

Mondays to Saturdays (single yellow lines) and loading

restrictions operating between 7am and 10am on Mondays to

Fridays (single kerb blips) in Woodgrange Road outside Nos. 82

to 96 Woodgrange Road;

(II) waiting restrictions operating between 7am and 7pm on

Mondays to Saturdays (single yellow lines) and loading

restrictions operating between 4pm and 7pm on Mondays to

Fridays (single kerb blips) in Woodgrange Road outside Nos. 95

to 117 Woodgrange Road; and

(III) waiting and loading restrictions operating ‘at any time’ (double

yellow lines and double kerb blips) in the lengths of roads

referred to in the Schedule to this Notice (excluding those

locations in which the parking places or loading bays referred to

in paragraphs 2(a) to 2(g) above or the waiting and loading

restrictions referred to in sub-paragraphs 2(h) (I) or 2(h) (II)

above would be provided).

3. Copies of the proposed Orders, together with documents giving more detailed

particulars of the Orders, can be inspected from 9am to 5pm on Monday to

Friday at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road E16 2QU, until six weeks

after the date on which the Orders are made or until the proposed Orders are

withdrawn, as appropriate.

4. Further information can be obtained by telephoning 020 3373 2095.

5. All objections and other representations relating to any of the proposed Orders

must be made in writing by 8 March 2017.  All objections must specify the

grounds on which they are made.  They should be sent to the Head of

Commissioning (Highways and Traffic), London Borough of Newham, 3 rd Floor

West, Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU or by email

to: traffic.orders@newham.gov.uk

6. Anyone objecting to any of the proposed Orders should be aware that in view

of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 this Council may be

obliged to make any comments in respect of this Notice open to public

inspection.

Dated 15 February 2017.

JOHN BIDEN

Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic)

SCHEDULE

Proposed waiting and loading restrictions operating ‘at any time’ at the

following locations (excluding certain lengths – see paragraph 2(h) (III)):

 Brooking Road, the south-east side, adjacent to its junction with Woodgrange

Road;

 Earlham Grove, both sides, adjacent to its junction with Woodgrange Road;

 Forest Lane, both sides, from Woodgrange Road to the west of Kuhn Way;

 Hampton Road, both sides, adjacent to its junction with Woodgrange Road;

 Kuhn Way, both sides, adjacent to its junction with Forest Lane;

 Osborne Road, both sides, adjacent to its junction with Woodgrange Road;

 Sebert Road, both sides, adjacent to its junction with Woodgrange Road and, on

the south side, waiting restrictions extending to outside No. 20 Sebert Road and

loading restrictions to outside No. 10 Sebert Road;

 Woodgrange Road, both sides, from Brooking Road to outside No. 45

Woodgrange Road.

About Seyi Akiwowo

Elected London Councillor & International Facilitator on active citizens, soft skills, social integration and sustainable development.
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