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OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Notice ID: MFN0568224

Notice effective from
10th September 2020 to 10th October 2020

OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
1. (OXFORD, COWLEY MARSH AREA) (CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS) ORDER 2020
2. THE OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS STREETS EAST OXFORD) (TRAFFIC REGULATION) (VARIATION N0.14) ORDER 2020
NOTICE IS GIVEN that on 7 September 2020 Oxfordshire County Council made the above orders under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the orders, which come Into force on 14 September is to Introduce a Controlled Parking Zone In the Cowley Marsh area, being the roads on either side of the Cowley Road south of Its junction with Magdalen Road and north of its junction with Marsh Road.
1. Waiting Restrictions - prohibition of waiting at any time (double yellow lines) will remain as currently marked but with additions in the following roads (mostly near junctions): Barracks Lane, Belvedere Road, Bhandari Close, Catwell Close, Cricket Road, Cumberland Road, Don Stuart Place, Drove Acre Road, Gillians Way, Glanville Road, Howard Street, Kenilworth Avenue, Leys Place, Milton Road, Morris Crescent, Reliance Way, Ridgefield Road, Saunders Road, Shelley Road, Westfield Close, Whitson Place.

2. Further lengths of double yellow lines are added at the following locations: Cricket Road: northeast side between its junctions with Drove Acre Road and Howard Street, and southeast side near its junction with Drove Acre Road;

Don Stuart Place: on both sides near its junction with Glanville Road Ridgefield Road: on both sides near its junctions with Magdalen Road and Cricket Road and at its bend approximately 85 metres northeast of its junction with Cricket Road
3. The following roads will include parking places for permit holders (Zone Addresses) at all times on all days of the week: Barracks Lane, Belvedere Road, Bhandari Close, Catwell Close, Cricket Road, Cumberland Road, Don Stuart Place, Drove Acre Road, Gillians Way, Glanville Road, Howard Street, Kenilworth Avenue, Leys Place, Milton Road, Morris Crescent, Reliance Way, Ridgefield Road, Saunders Road, Shelley Road, Westfield Close, Whitson Place.

4. The above parking places will be available for non-permit holders between Sam and 6.30pm on all days of the week but restricted to 2-hour parking with no return within 2 hours. Permit holders only parking will apply between 6.30pm and 8am on all days of the week.

5. Barracks Lane, some parking places on the northeast side near the allotments provided with the following: All days of week 8am to 9.30pm 4-hour parking (permit holders exempt from time limit). Permit holders only parking will apply between 9.30pm and 8am on all days of the week. Also, from 12 metres northwest of Glanville Road, south-eastwards for 74 metres, 2-hour Parking Places 8.00am to 6.30pm every day (Permit holders are exempt from time limit)

6. Bhandari Close, providing (a) Two Hour Parking Places 8.00am to 6.30pm every day (Permit holders are exempt from time limit) and (b) Permit holders only 6.30pm to 8.00am on the following day, every day' - Location - both sides, from its junction with Cricket Road, north-eastwards for 53 metres. Also to provide (c) four hour parking places 8.00am to 9.30pm all days (permit holders are exempt from time limit) (d) permit holders only 9.30pm to 8.00am on the following day - all days; Location - from a point 53 metres northeast of Cricket Road norm-eastwards and north-westwards to the end of Bhandari Close.

7. Residents of the above roads will be able to apply for annual parking permits and the eligible properties are known as 'Zone Addresses' with a local identifier of 'CM'.

Cowley Road residents (Nos.326 to 510 (even) and Nos.287 to 473 (odd) excepting Canterbury House will also be able to apply for permits.
8. Residents permits will be limited to one per resident with a maximum of two permits per property. A resident may obtain a temporary permit for a replacement vehicle while their permanent vehicle is off the road. A person who is temporarily resident at a Zone Address for work purposes will be eligible for a resident's permit. A resident who is temporarily resident for study purpose does not qualify.

9. Visitors permits will be available for residents at the Zone Addresses, usually a maximum of 50 days' worth of permits will be issued per year and provided in blocks of 25. A temporary resident will be entitled to 25 visitors permits.

10. The charges for residents permits per property will be £65 per annum. Visitors permits for residents aged 70 or over will be free of charge. For other residents the first block of 25 visitors permits will be free and the second block will be £1 per permit so that the cost of the second block will be £25.

11. Business permits will be available for businesses (where it is essential for business purposes) within the Zone. Permits will be limited to a maximum of two permits per business and will be vehicle specific. The charge for each will be £150 per annum or £40 for 3 months or £75 for 6 months or £115 for 9 months. The fee for a change of vehicle for business permits is £15.

12. Contractors may apply for a permit to use a parking place at a charge of £25 for any period not exceeding a week.

13. A hotel or guesthouse may apply for Hotel Visitors Permits in respect of properties at addresses within the Zone. The charge for each Permit valid for a period of up to 24 hours is £1.

14. All permits will be Zone specific (CM). A permit may be withdrawn if the permit has not been used in accordance with the provisions of the Order or where it has been abused. This may result in suspension of eligibility for further permits.

Other:
15. Parking places may only be used by vehicles which do not exceed 2.25 tonnes in weight, 2 metres in height (exclusive of any attachments), 5 metres in length and 2 metres in width. Motorcycles may also use designated parking places.

16. Exemptions to the waiting restrictions and the restrictions on use of parking places will be subject to the following exemptions: For disabled badge holders (maximum of three hours where there is no waiting), loading and unloading, people boarding or alighting, emergency services, universal service providers and vehicles being used in connection with road works and works to the utility services and official funeral vehicles.

17. The Oxfordshire County Council (Various Streets East Oxford) (Traffic Regulation), Oxford) Order 2002 is further amended so that roads and waiting restrictions are moved from that order into this new Zone order.

Documents giving detailed particulars of the proposed Orders are available for public inspection online at

https://consultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request.
If you wish to question the validity of this Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of this Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to this Order, you may within six weeks from 7 September 2020 apply to the High Court for this purpose.
1. (OXFORD) (HOLLOW WAY NORTH) (CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS) ORDER 2020
2. (OXFORD) (LYE VALLEY AREA) (RESTRICTED PARKING ZONE AND WAITING

RESTRICTIONS) (VARIATION N0.2) ORDER 2020
3. THE OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS STREETS COWLEY AREA) (TRAFFIC REGULATION) CONSOLIDATION (VARIATION N0.18) ORDER 2020

NOTICE IS GIVEN that 7 September 2020 Oxfordshire County Council made the above orders under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the orders, which come into force on 14 September is to introduce a Controlled Parking Zone in the Hollow Way North area bounded by B4495 Hollow Way, Horspath Driftway, the A4142 Oxford Eastern bypass, and Horspath Road. The order covers the following provisions:
18. Waiting Restrictions - prohibition of waiting at any time (double yellow lines) will remain as currently marked but with additions in the following roads (mostly near junctions): Cranmer Road, Craufurd Road, East Field Road, Hollow Way, Horspath Driftway, Hundred Acres Close, James Wolfe Road, Ridley Road, Rupert Road, and the superstore access road.

19. St Francis Court is more appropriately placed to be listed within the Lye Valley order and will be transferred from the Hollow Way Order. It is also proposed to introduce no waiting at any time restrictions on both sides of St Francis Court at its junction with Hollow Way. There is a corresponding change to the descriptions of the Stated Areas of the 2 Zones to recognize this change.

20. The following roads will include parking places for permit holders (Zone Addresses) between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday: Brasenose Driftway, Burton Place, Corunna Crescent, Cranmer Road, Craufurd Road, East Field Close, Fairfax Road, Fletcher Road, Meyseys Close, Ridley Road, Rupert Road, St Francis Court, Troy Close, Yeats Close.

21. The above parking places will be available for non-permit holders but restricted to 2-hour parking between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday with no return within 2 hours.

22. The following roads will include parking places for permit holders (Zone Addresses) between at all times on all days of the week: Hundred Acres Close, Hunter Close, James Wolfe Road, Kennedy Close, Lambton Close.

23. The above parking places will be available for non-permit holders between 8am and 6.30pm on all days of the week but restricted to 2-hour parking with no return within 2 hours. Permit holders only parking will apply between 6.30pm and 8am on all days of the week.

24. In James Wolfe Road, some parking places opposite the DVLA test centre will be provided with the following provisions: Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm - 30-minute parking with no return within 30 minutes; Monday to Friday 4pm to 6.30 pm - 2-hour parking with no return within 2 hours. Saturday and Sunday 8am to 6.30pm 2-hour parking with no return within 2 hours. Permit holders only parking will apply between 6.30pm and 8am on all days of the week

25. Residents of the above roads will be able to apply for annual parking permits and the eligible properties are known as 'Zone Addresses' with a local identifier of'HT'.

26. Residents of Benouville Close, and the Paul Kent Hall and Parade Green student accommodation in James Wolfe Road will not be eligible for permits: Residents permits will be limited to one per resident with a maximum of two permits per property. A resident may obtain a temporary permit for a replacement vehicle while their permanent vehicle is off the road. A person who is temporarily resident at a Zone Address for work purposes will be eligible for a resident's permit. A resident who is temporarily resident for study purpose does not qualify.

27. Visitors permits will be available for residents at the Zone Addresses, usually a maximum of 50 days' worth of permits will be issued per year and provided in blocks of 25. A temporary resident will be entitled to 25 visitors permits.

28. The charges for residents permits per property will be £65 per annum for the first two permits, £130 for the third permit and £200 each for more.

29. Visitors permits for residents aged 70 or over will be free of charge. For other residents the first block of 25 visitors permits will be free and the second block will be £1 per permit so that the cost of the second block will be £25. Business permits will be available for businesses (where it is essential for business purposes) within the Zone. Permits will be limited to a maximum of two permits per business and will be vehicle specific. The charge for each will be £150 per annum, or £40 for 3 months or £75 for 6 months or £115 for 9 months. The fee for a change of vehicle for business permits is £15.

30. Contractors may apply for a permit to use a parking place at a charge of £25 for any period not exceeding a week.

31. Operators of Hotels and Guest Houses for properties at addresses within each Zone will be eligible to apply for visitor's permits costing £1 each.

32. All Hollow Way area permits will be Zone specific (HT). A permit may be withdrawn if the permit has not been used in accordance with the provisions of the Order or where it has been abused. This may result in suspension of eligibility for further permits.

Other Matters:
33. Parking places may only be used by vehicles which do not exceed 2.25 tonnes in weight, 2 metres in height (exclusive of any attachments), 5 metres in length and 2 metres in width. Motorcycles may also use designated parking places.

34. Exemptions to the waiting restrictions and the restrictions on use of parking places will be subject to the following exemptions: For disabled badge holders (maximum of three hours where there is 'no waiting'), loading and unloading, people boarding or alighting, emergency services, universal service providers and vehicles being used in connection with road works and works to the utility services and official funeral vehicles.

35. The Oxfordshire County Council (Various Streets Cowley Area) (Traffic Regulation), Oxford) Consolidation Order 1997 (as amended) will be amended so that roads and waiting restrictions are moved from that order into this Proposed Zone order. The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford) (Lye Valley Area) (Restricted Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2016 is further amended to reflect the changes proposed.

Documents giving detailed particulars of the proposed Orders are available for public inspection online at

https://consultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request.
If you wish to question the validity of this Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of this Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to this Order, you may within six weeks from 7 September 2020 apply to the High Court for this purpose.
Traffic Regulation Team, for the Director of Infrastructure Delivery,
Oxfordshire County Council, County Hall, Oxford, 0X11ND.
(Email:

christian.mauzGoxfordshire.gov.uk

, Telephone: 0345 3101111).

Attachments

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Oxfordshire County Council

County Hall , New Road , Oxford , Oxfordshire , OX1 1ND

http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/ 01865 792 422

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