Road Traffic Acts

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984The Royal Borough of Kingston upon ThamesLocal Government Act 19852006-04-282006-04-05KT11EU-0.30644551.407826KT1 1EUTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk57948105105

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

THE KINGSTON UPON THAMES (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) (NO ) TRAFFIC ORDER 200
PROPOSED 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT
ST MARY’S SCHOOL—CHURCH LANE, CHESSINGTON

1. Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames propose to make the above-mentioned Order under section 84 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Local Government Act 1985. 2. The general effect of the Order would be to prohibit vehicles from driving at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour in: Church Lane, between the common boundary of Nos 90 and 92 Church Lane and a point 5.4 metres south-west of the common boundary of Nos 147 and 149 Church Lane. Clippesby Close, whole length. Stokesby Road, between its junction with Church Lane and the common boundary of Nos 24 and 26 Stokesby Road. 3. The Order, and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the proposals, including a plan showing the lengths of roads affected by the proposed speed limit, are available for inspection until 6 weeks have elapsed from the date on which either the Order is made or the Council decides not to make the Order at: the 2nd Floor Reception Area, Guildhall 2, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1EU, between 9.30 am and 4.30 pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive; Hook and Chessington Library, Kings Centre, Coppard Gardens, Chessington, during normal opening hours. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning the Directorate of Environmental Services, telephone No 020 8547 5903. 5. Any objections or other representations about the proposed Order should be sent in writing to the Director of Environmental Services (Highways and Transportation), Guildhall 2, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1EU, by 28 April 2006. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made. C J Hamshar, Head of Highways and Transportation 5 April 2006.