Shropshire Council 250-253

Oswestry Consultation Extended-Various Roads-Parking Restrictions

Start Date:
1st May 2020

End Date:
30th June 2020

Start Time:
00.01

End Time:
23.59

Due to Covid19, this Consultation has been extended. It will now close on 30th June 2020.

These proposed parking restrictions will improve highway safety by providing safer parking and improved visibility, improved flow of traffic and access for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists wishing to use the roads, and improve the amenities of the area through which the roads run.

The areas affected are: Cabin Lane, Gittin Street, Greyfriars, Mile Oak Industrial Estate – Oswestry

THE SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL

(PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 2009 (VARIOUS ROADS, OSWESTRY) (AMENDMENT) ORDER

Shropshire Council proposes to make the following changes to the parking restrictions on various roads in Oswestry:

No Waiting At Any Time restrictions will be placed on the following sides of roads:

Mile Oak Industrial Estate (main section)
(south side)

Between points 30 metres and 99 metres west of its junction with Maesbury Road

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)

(north side)

Between points 30 metres and 109 metres west of its junction with Maesbury Road

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)

(east side)

Between points 11 metres and 159 metres north of its junction with the Mile Oak Industrial Estate cul-de-sac (main part to T-piece)

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)
(both sides)

Between points 14 metres and 193 metres south of its junction with the Mile Oak Industrial Estate cul-de-sac (main part to T-piece)

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)
(west side)

Between points 132 metres and 159 metres north of its junction with the Mile Oak Industrial Estate cul-de-sac (main part to T-piece)

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)
(west side)

Between points 11 metres and 98 metres north of its junction with the Mile Oak Industrial Estate cul-de-sac (main part to T-piece) 

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(cul-de-sac – main part to T-Piece)

On its north side from a point 11 metres east of its junction with Mile Oak Industrial Estate (main section) in an easterly direction to include the whole of the turning head to a point on its south side 44 metres east of its junction with Mile Oak Industrial Estate (main section)

Greyfriars
(west side)

From its junction with Cabin Lane northwards to a point opposite the boundary line of No.3 and No.5 Greyfriars

Greyfriars
(east side)

From its junction with Cabin Lane northwards to a point 3 metres south of the boundary line of No.2 and No.4 Greyfriars

Cabin Lane
(north side)

From its junction with Greyfriars eastwards to a point 9 metres south west of the boundary line of No.5 and No.7 Cabin Lane

A Loading Bay (for Goods Vehicles Only) (max stay 2 hours with no return for 2 hours) will be placed on the following sides of roads:

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(main section)
(west side)

Between points 98 metres and 132 metres north of its junction with the Mile Oak Industrial Estate cul-de-sac (main part to T-piece)

Mile Oak Industrial Estate
(cul-de-sac – main part to T-Piece) (south side)

Between points 11 metres and 44 metres east of its junction with Mile Oak Industrial Estate (main section) 

A No Stopping on School Keep Clear markings will be placed on the following side of road:

Gittin Street
(north-east side)

From a point 8 metres north-west of the south-eastern property boundary of No. 66 Gittin Street south-eastwards to a point

1 metre north west of the property boundary of No.62 and No.64 Gittin Street

Any existing parking restrictions at the above locations will be revoked.

Full details of these proposals are in the deposited documents which may be examined during usual office opening hours at The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury.

Click on the links below to download relating documents:

How to get involved:

If you wish to raise an objection, express support or make any other comments about these proposals please send an email to: [email protected] by 30 June 2020. You may also ring 0345 678 9006 for more information.

Please note that, for legal reasons, objections must be made in writing or by email, and should state the grounds on which the objection is made. Objections cannot be accepted over the phone.

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