Proposed ‘no waiting at any time’ restrictions on various roads and verges (Bancroft, Bancroft Park, Blue Bridge, Bradville, Oakridge Park and Stantonbury).

Department:
Highways & Transportation
Contact:
Paul Harrison
Phone:
01908 254604
Period:
30/01/2020 - 20/02/2020
Status:
Closed

Summary

Milton Keynes Council is proposing to introduce ‘no waiting at any time’ restrictions along various roads and verges in Bancroft, Bancroft Park, Blue Bridge, Bradville, Oakridge Park and Stantonbury (as shown below):

‘No waiting at any time’ restrictions (double yellow lines) along the following lengths of road:-

  • The junction of Mercers Drive and Cleveland, Bradville;
  • The junction of Mercers Drive and Kingsfold, Bradville;
  • Abbey Way, Bradville (South Side);
  • Mathiesen Road, Bradville (Both Sides);
  • Bradwell Road, Bradville (Both Sides);
  • The junction of Fairfax  and Cleveland, Bradville;
  • The junction of Spencer and Mason, Stantonbury;
  • The junction of Spencer and Lincoln, Stantonbury
  • The turning-heads on Tyrill, Goring, Fowler, Cawarden, Jennings, Kersey, Stowe Court, Mason, Spencer, Stantonbury;
  • Parts of Ashfield, Stantonbury;
  • The junction of Walsh’s Manor and Rosendale, Stantonbury;
  • The junction of Culbertson Lane, Gardiner Court and Van Der Bilt Court, Blue Bridge;
  • The junction of Culbertson Lane and Blackwood Crescent, Blue Bridge;
  • Part of Mortons Fork, Blue Bridge;
  • The junction of Constantine Way and Lullingstone Drive, Bancroft Park;
  • Parts of Hadrians Drive, Richborough, Milecastle and Octavian Drive in Bancroft;
  • Selkirk, Oakridge Park (Those parts that are not allocated for parking).

‘No waiting at any time’ restriction along the following lengths of verge:-

  • Cleveland, Bradville (both sides);
  • Westhill, Stantonbury (south-west side – outside number 18 to 40);
  • Stonegate, Bancroft (north side);
  • Octavian Drive, Bancroft (east side).

The proposed waiting restrictions will help to alleviate obstruction at the crossing area and encourage a safer environment for pedestrians and cyclists.

The proposals come as a result of concerns over road safety caused by inconsiderate parking.

The above proposed restrictions will alleviate obstruction and nuisance parking and help to create a safer environment for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists throughout.

In order for Milton Keynes Council to introduce the above proposed waiting restrictions, it must first make a traffic regulation Order.  This is a legal document which allows the Highways Authority to restrict the highway which is enforceable by law. 

Milton Keynes Council is now carrying out statutory consultation on the proposed traffic regulation Order and therefore invites you to formally comment on the proposals.

You can view the proposed Order, notice of proposal and statement of reasons on the left hand column of this webpage under the heading ‘documents’.

Any objections to the proposal, together with the grounds on which they are made can be sent by clicking on the above email address.  Alternatively you can send your objection by post to the Network TRO Manager at Synergy Park, Chesney Wold, Bleak Hall, Milton Keynes, MK6 1LY.  Please quote reference TRO-276.

The closing date for this consultation is 20 February 2020.

Please submit your comments before the closing date otherwise your comments may not be considered.

Purpose

The proposed waiting restrictions will help to alleviate obstruction at the crossing area and encourage a safer environment for pedestrians and cyclists.

The proposals come as a result of concerns over road safety caused by inconsiderate parking.

The above proposed restrictions will alleviate obstruction and nuisance parking and help to create a safer environment for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists throughout.