Road Traffic Acts

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984-0.17340551.542418NW3 3HA-0.15681351.541187NW1 8YNNW18YN1998-02-05WC1H8EQNW33HA1998-02-27Local Government Act 1985-0.12448851.529434WC1H 8EQThe London Borough of CamdenRoad Traffic Act 1991TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk55035504504
LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN
The Camden (Parking Places) (Special Parking Area) (CA-J) Traffic Order 199  The Camden (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (Amendment No.   ) Traffic Order 199  The Camden (Bus Stop Clearway) (No.   ) Traffic Order 199 
Primrose Hill Controlled Parking Zone

Notice is hereby given that the Council of the London Borough of Camden propose to make the above-mentioned Orders under sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Local Government Act 1985 and the Road Traffic Act 1991.   The general effect of the Camden (Parking Places) (Special Parking Area) (CA-J) Traffic Order will be to introduce controlled parking zone restrictions in the streets mentioned in Schedule 1 to this notice, to include:   (1) Resident/Visitor/Business parking places,   (2) Resident/Visitor/Business/(Pay and Display maximum stay two hours) parking places,   (3) Resident/Visitor/Business/ (Pay and Display maximum stay four hours) parking places,   (4) Resident/Visitor/Business/Westminster residents’ parking places,   (5) Loading bays.   Vehicles for which parking places are designated are passenger vehicles, goods vehicels (the overall height of which does not exceed 2.32 metres or width does not exceed 2.2 metres), motorcycles or invalid carriages.   Residents displaying a valid permit on their vehicle will be able to park in any of the specified resident bays, during the permitted hours of 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays.   The cost of a residents’ parking permit, valid from the date of issue, will be either;   (a) £10 for a resident’s permit valid for one month;   (b) £25 for a resident’s permit valid for three months;   (c) £45 for a resident’s permit valid for six months;   (d) £82 for a resident’s permit valid for one year;   Permits for motorcycles can be obtained at half price of the above tariffs.   Vehicles displaying a valid disabled person’s “orange badge” can park without time limit and will be exempt from parking charges in bays. On yellow lines such vehicles may park for a maximum period of three hours, except at locations and such times as loading restrictions are in operation.   The Order also provides that all adult residents, some businesses and medical practitioners, (i.e. doctors, surgeons and dentists), providing that they comply with the Council’s criteria (Schedule 2), may purchase visitor permits to enable their visitors to park in resident bays, providing that the vehicle displays a valid permit.   Each applicant for visitor permits may purchase during each three monthly period (quarterly), “short-stay” visitors permits which allow a maximum of four hours per each stay. The cost of these will be as follows:   (a) 40 hours worth of permits at a rate of 40 pence an hour,   (b) 40 hours worth of permits at a rate of 80 pence an hour,   (c) additional hours of permits at a rate of £1.20 pence an hour.   In addition each applicant may purchase a maximum of 10 “all day” visitor permits per annum, at a rate of £5 each, valid during the controlled hours.   “Pay and Display” parking will be available within the bays designated in streets located in Schedules 2 and 3 to this Order. The minimum parking charge will be 20 pence, at a rate of 10 pence for a time period of five minutes, increasing up to a maximum time period of either two or four hours for each stay in a parking place, which will operate during the controlled hours. Vehicles must clearly display the ticket from the front or near side of the vehicle, at all times during the stay in the parking place.   Any business located within the streets in Schedule 1 to this notice, may apply for a business permit for such vehicles as are passenger vehicles or goods vehicles, up to a maximum gross weight of 3.5 tonnes and the overall height of which does not exceed 2.32 metres or the overall width does not exceed 2.2 metres. The issue of these permits will be at the sole discretion of the Council and subject to compliance with the Council’s criteria. These permits will allow those vehicles to park in the designated shared-use “resident/visitor/business” bays, as designated in Schedules 1, 2, 3 and 4 of this Order.   The cost of a business permit will be £234 for a period of 12 months.   Vehicles displaying residents’ parking permits issued by the City of Wetminster may wait during the controlled hours, in certain of the residents’ parking places designated in Schedule 4 to this Order. These bays are located in the boundary roads of Norfolk Road, Queen’s Grove, St. Edmund’s Terrace and Woronzow Road.   The Order also provides for “Car Free” Housing within this area. No residents’ parking permit will be issued to a resident of any residential development which has a valid planning consent requiring it to be “Car Free”.   The general effect of the Camden (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (Amendment No.  ) Traffic Order 199 , will be to amend existing and introduce new restrictions on all roads throughout the zone to include:   (a) waiting restrictions between 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays,   (b) additional “At Any Time” waiting restrictions at certain locations to protect sightlines and access,   (c) free motorcycle parking places located in parts of Berkley Road, Fitzroy Road and Gloucester Avenue.   The general effect of the Camden (Bus Stop Clearway) (No.   ) Traffic Order will be to introduce “no stopping” restrictions at bus stops in Prince Albert Road, Albert Terrace, Regents Park Road and Gloucester Avenue to operate between 7 a.m. to midnight, throughout the week.   Copies of the proposed Orders, plans showing details and the Council’s statement of reasons for making the Orders may be inspected at:   Camden Town Hall, Environment Department Reception, Fifth Floor, Argyle Street Entrance, London WC1H 8EQ, during normal office hours, Mondays to Fridays, telephone 0171-860 5543; or   Swiss Cottage Reference Library, 88 Avenue Road, London NW3 3HA, during normal opening hours, Monday to Saturday, (closed Wednesday), telephone 0171-413 6533/4; or   Chalk Farm Library, Sharpleshall Street, London NW1 8YN, during normal opening hours, (closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday), telephone 0171-722 5571.   Any person wanting to object or make other representations to the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of any objection and specify the grounds therof and address it to the Director of Environment Department, Traffic Management Team, Fourth Floor, Camden Town Hall, Argyle Street Entrance, London WC1H 8EQ, to reach us by 27th February 1998, within a period of 21 days from the date on which this notice is published. M. Gilks, Director, Environment Department

Schedule One
Roads covered
List showing streets or parts of streets forming (CA-J) Zone.

   Adelaide Road (between Avenue Road and Finchley Road)    Ainger Mews (private)    Ainger Road    Albert Terrace    Albert Terrace Mews (private)    Auden Place (private)    Avenue Close (private)    Avenue Road (between Finchley Road and St. Edmunds Terrace)    Berkley Grove (private)    Berkley Road    Boundary Road (between Finchley Road and St. John’s Wood Park)    Broxwood Way (private)    Calvert Street    Chalcot Crescent    Chalcot Road    Chalcot Square    Chamberlain Street    Conybeare (private)    Dumpton Place    Edis Street    Egbert Street    Eglon Mews    Elliott Square (private)    Elsworthy Rise    Elsworthy Road    Elsworthy Terrace    Erskine Mews (private)    Erskine Road    Finchley Road (east side between Boundary Road and Avenue Road)    Fitzroy Road    Fitzroy Yard (private)    Gloucester Avenue (No. 11 onwards inclusive)    Harley Road    Hawtrey Road (private)    Hopkinsons Place (private)    King Henrys Road    Kingstown Street    Lower Merton Rise    Lyttleton Close (private)    Manley Street    Mayfair Mews (private)    Meadowbank (private)    Norfolk Road    Oppidans Road    Ormonde Terrace    Primrose Hill Road (between Regents Park Road and Adelaide Road)    Primrose Hill Studios    Prince Albert Road (between Ormonde Terrace and 3 Prince Albert Road)    Princess Road    Queens Grove (Nos. 33 to 49 a consecutive)    Queensmead (private)    Quickswood (private)    Radlett Place (private)    Regal Lane (private)    Regents Park Road (between Gloucester Avenue and King Henrys Road)    Rothwell Street    Sharpleshall Street    St. Edmund’s Terrace (north side only)    St. Georges Mews    St. Georges Terrace    St. John’s Wood (Queensmead, Park Lodge, Boydell Court Close, Sheringham, Walsingham, Wymondham Court, 2-48 a even)    St. Mark’s Crescent    St. Mark’s Square    St. Stephen’s Close (private)    Utopia Village (private)    Wadham Gardens    Waterside Place (private)    Woronzow Road (between Norfolk Road and Queens Grove)

Schedule Two
Schedule of premises in Streets or parts of Streets within which businesses are not eligible for visitor permits.

   Berkley Road    Chalcot Road (between Fitzroy Road and Princess Road)    Dumpton Place    Elsworthy Terrace    Erskine Road    Gloucester Avenue (between Dumpton Place and King Henry’s Road, and between Eldis Street and the Regent’s Canal)    Lower Merton Rise (from 100 metres south of Adelaide Road to Adelaide Road)    Princess Road (between St. Mark’s Square and Chalcot Road)    Primrose Hill Road    Regents Park Road (between Primrose Hill Road and King Henry’s Road)    Sharpleshall Street    St. John’s Wood Park (from 100 metres south of Adelaide Road to Adelaide Road)