Temporary stopping restrictions on roads around country parks

Closed 12 Jul 2020

Opened 1 Jul 2020

Results Updated 15 Jul 2020

There were 25 people who responded to the correspondance, and each individual has had a response in relation to their comments

What happens next?

The TTRO is due to be implemented over the next few weeks, they will be temporary restrictions, to support highway code legislation, and they will last for a total of 18 months. Once this time period has finshed, the temporary restrictions will either be removed, or should the public decide the restrictions work and want them to remain, a formal public consultation would have to be undertaken, for which funding would be required.

Please see the attached the new documents.

Documents include:

  • Notice of making
  • TTRO Notice
  • Statement of Reasons

Files:

Overview

Due to social distancing and travel restrictions that are in place as a result of Coronavirus, areas of outstanding natural beauty across Buckinghamshire have become even more popular than usual. This includes our country parks. Most of these sites have limited parking and as a result, people are parking in locations that may obstruct access for emergency vehicles.

We propose to address this problem by preventing stopping or parking at any time on specific roads. We will use a combination of ‘24-hour rural clearway’ and ‘no stopping at any time on verge or footway’ restrictions. Signs will indicate the restrictions in place.The proposals apply to the following locations:

Stoke Poges and WexhamRowley Lane, Black Park Road, Billet Lane and Bellswood Lane.

DenhamDenham Court Drive, Black Park Road, Fulmer Common Road, Pinewood Road and Alderbourne Lane.

Great BrickhillBrickhill Road.

IvinghoeUpper Icknield Way, Northfield Road and Westfield Road.

What Happens Next

We will consider all comments we receive before we implement the proposed restrictions.

Durng the temporary restriction period of 18 months, we will monitor the situation and consider whether to propose permanent restrictions.

Interests

  • Transport
  • Roads & parking