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Broseley – Bridge Road – 7.5T Weight Restriction

  • Period: 15 August 2019 - 05 September 2019
  • Status: Closed
  • Audiences: Everyone
  • Topics: Traffic management
  • Type: Public

Title of scheme

Broseley – Bridge Road – 7.5T Weight Restriction

Description

It is proposed to introduce a 7.5t weight limit restriction on Bridge Road in Broseley from its junction with Benthall Lane to the administrative border with Telford & Wrekin.

Over the recent years, local residents and other stakeholders have raised concerns about the number of heavy goods vehicles using this section of highway as a route into and out of Ironbridge. There are alternative routes which are more suitable for these larger vehicles, such as Ironbridge Road. The majority of the properties in the vicinity are residential. It is decided to grant an exception to the restriction and permit the use of heavy goods vehicles for access only.

By limiting heavy goods vehicles in this area it will enhance the local community’s environment.

Note: The proposed weight restriction extends across the Shropshire Council boundary into Telford & Wrekin. You can access T&W Council’s consultation here: www.telford.gov.uk/tro

Locations

Bridge Road, Broseley

Consultation Begins

15 August 2019

Consultation Ends

5 September 2019

 

THE SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL (BRIDGE ROAD, BROSELEY)
(7.5T WEIGHT RESTRICTION) ORDER

Shropshire Council proposes to place a 7.5 tonne weight restriction on Bridge Road in Broseley from the boundary with Telford & Wrekin, to its junction with Benthall Lane. Vehicles over 7.5T that require access to premises in the vicinity will be exempt to the restriction.

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, or at Broseley Library, Bridgnorth Road, Broseley. 

If you wish to raise an objection, express support or make any other comments about these proposals please send an e-mail to: traffic.engineering@shropshire.gov.uk by 5 September 2019. You may also ring 0345 678 9006 for more information.

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

15 August 2019

 

(Data Protection:  Please note that representations received may be reproduced, stored, copied and published on-line in connection with the processing of the (proposed) Order and/or any Inquiry. Information will not be used for additional purposes without consent. Representations without a name and address will be treated as anonymous, which may affect their weight in the decision making process. Any details published on-line will exclude individuals email addresses and phone numbers.)

 

 

Title of scheme

Tong – A41 Newport Road – No Waiting At Any Time

Description

The introduction of No Waiting At Any Time restrictions along this stretch of road will improve the amenities of those people living nearby by preventing the overnight parking of heavy goods vehicles that is currently bringing a level of anti-social behaviour and disturbance to the locality.

Locations

A41 Newport Road and Track leading to Tong Park Farm, Tong

Consultation begins

25 July 2019

Consultation ends

15 August 2019

 

 

THE SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL
(PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 2009 (VARIOUS ROADS, TONG) (AMENDMENT) ORDER

Shropshire Council proposes to introduce No Waiting At Any Time parking restrictions on the following sides of roads in Tong:

Newport Road (C4165)

East side
From its southern-most junction with the A41 Newport Road to a point 15 metres south of the property boundary of The Old Orchard, Tong TF11 8PW

West side
From its southern-most junction with the A41 Newport Road to the start of the footway on that side of the road.

Track leading to Tong Park Farm TF11 8PN

Both sides
From its junction with Newport Road (C4165) to the start of the concrete surface.

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, or at Albrighton Library, Station Road, Albrighton. 

If you wish to raise an objection, express support or make any other comments about these proposals please send an e-mail to: traffic.engineering@shropshire.gov.uk by 15 August 2019. You may also ring 0345 678 9006 for more information.

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

25 July 2019 

 

(Data Protection:  Please note that representations received may be reproduced, stored, copied and published on-line in connection with the processing of the (proposed) Order and/or any Inquiry. Information will not be used for additional purposes without consent. Representations without a name and address will be treated as anonymous, which may affect their weight in the decision making process. Any details published on-line will exclude individuals email addresses and phone numbers.)

Documents

If you wish to raise an objection, express support or make any other comments about these proposals, please send an email to: traffic.engineering@shropshire.gov.uk by 5 September 2019. 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.

Data protection

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