THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ACT 2004 PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF STOPPING. WAITING. LOADING AND UNLOADING AND ON-STREET PARKING TAUNTON DEANE ORDER 2012 fAMENDMENT NO. 261 ORDER 2019Notice ID: BOU1150623
THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ACT 2004 PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF STOPPING. WAITING. LOADING AND UNLOADING AND ON-STREET PARKING TAUNTON DEANE ORDER 2012 fAMENDMENT NO. 261 ORDER 2019 Notice is hereby given that the Somerset County Council proposes to make the above Order under Sections 1, 2,4, 32, 35,45, 46, 49, 53, and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, (hereinafter referred to as 'the Act of 1984') as amended; and the Traffic Management Act 2004, (hereinafter referred to as 'the Act of 2004') as amended, and all other enabling powers. The effect will result in changes to the parking and waiting restrictions in the following locations: North Curry: Greenway
A copy of the draft Traffic Regulation Order and the associated plans may be examined at 'B' Block Reception, County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY during normal office hours; or online at
, search for Taunton Deane Amendment No. 26. If you are unable to access either, please contact 0300 123 2224. Persons wishing to object to the proposed Order may do so by sending their representations in writing, quoting reference number KT16042019 , to Somerset County Council, Traffic Management, County Hall, Taunton TA1 4DY or by email email@example.com
stating the reasons for their objections, and received no later than 21 days from the publication date of this notice. The names and addresses of anyone writing in may be made available for public inspection and will be included in a report that may be published on the Somerset County Council website, unless the individuals concerned state, in writing, their objection to their names and address being made so available or being included in the publication. STATEMENT OF REASONS FOR PROPOSING TO MAKE THE ORDER To avoid danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising, or to preserve or improve amenities of the area through which the roads run.
Patrick Flaherty, Chief Executive Dated: 9* May 2019