ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 BRIGHTON & HOVE (PROHIBITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES) (QUEENS PARK RISE) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2020 (TRO-19-2020)Notice ID: MF0566265
BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 BRIGHTON & HOVE (PROHIBITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES) (QUEENS PARK RISE) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2020 (TRO-19-2020)
NOTICE is hereby given that Brighton & Hove City Council (“the Council”) made the above named experimental Order on the 26th August 2020 under the relevant provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended which comes into force on 4th September 2020 for a period not exceeding eighteen months. The effect of the Order will be as follows:
Prohibition of Motor Vehicles Monday to Friday Term time only 8.00 to 10am and 2.00 to 4.00 pm except for access in Queens Park Rise (from St Luke’s Terrace to Queens Park Terrace) to encourage active and sustainable travel. A copy of the experimental Order as made, a plan showing the lengths of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for making the Order may be seen online at www.brighton-hove. gov.uk/tro-proposals and more details about this project can be found at www.brighton-hove.gov. uk/travel-and-transport
The Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Any person wishing to object to such indefinite continuation of the provisions may within a period of six months from 4th September 2020, (or if this Order is varied by another Order or modified pursuant to section 10(2) of the Act, six months from the day on which the variation or modification or the latest variation or modification came into force) object in writing stating the grounds on which that objection is being made.
Objections should be sent to the Executive Director Economy, Environment & Culture, Brighton & Hove City Council Parking Infrastructure, G40 Hove Town Hall, Norton Road Hove, BN3 3BQ or by e-mail to parking. email@example.com or online (see details above) no later than 4th March 2021. In all cases the reference TRO-19-2020 should be quoted.
Any person who wishes to question the validity of the experimental Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it or they are not within the powers conferred by the Act, or that any requirements of the Act or of any instrument made under it have not been complied with may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, apply to the High Court for that purpose.
Dated: 28 August 2020
Executive Director Economy, Environment & Culture, Brighton & Hove City Council, c/o Parking Infrastructure, G40 Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove BN3 3BQ