Road Traffic Acts

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 20062012-06-272012-07-272012-08-222012-08-132012-07-062012-06-29TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk1620891

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITION ON STOPPING BY VEHICLES IN CONNECTION WITH THE OLYMPIC GAMES HELD AT THE EARLS COURT EXHIBITION CENTRE

NORTH END ROAD, LILLIE ROAD, SEAGRAVE ROAD, ONGAR ROAD, MERRINGTON ROAD, SEDLESCOMBE ROAD, EMPRESS PLACE, IMPERIAL ROAD

STREETS FALLING WITHIN CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE D

STREETS FALLING WITHIN CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE F

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM (OLYMPIC GAMES) (EARLS COURT EXHIBITION CENTRE) (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (SPECIAL EVENT) ORDER 2012;

THE HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM (OLYMPIC GAMES) (EARLS COURT EXHIBITION CENTRE) (WAITING, LOADING, PARKING PLACES AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS) (SPECIAL EVENT) ORDER 2012

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM (OLYMPIC GAMES, LAST MILE SPECTATOR CROSSING) (EARLS COURT EXHIBITION CENTRE) (SPECIAL EVENT) ORDER 2012

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM OLYMPIC GAMES, VEHICLE PERMIT CHECK POINTS) (EARLS COURT EXHIBITION CENTRE) (SPECIAL EVENT) ORDER 2012

  • 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (hereinafter referred to as “the Council”) have made the above-mentioned Orders under section 16A of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as applied by section 16 of the London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006. The Orders will come into force on and cease to have effect from:-
    • a the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (Olympic Games) (Earls Court Exhibition Centre) (Prescribed Routes) (Special Event) Order 2012 comes into force on 06 July 2012 and will cease to have effect on 13 August 2012;
    • b the Hammersmith and Fulham (Olympic Games) (Earls Court Exhibition Centre) (Waiting, Loading, Parking Places and Stopping Restrictions) (Special Event) Order 2012 comes into force on 06 July 2012 and will cease to have effect on 22 August 2012;
    • c the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (Olympic Games, Last Mile Spectator Crossing) (Earls Court Exhibition Centre) (Special Event) Order 2012 and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Olympic Games, Vehicle Permit Check Points) (Earls Court Exhibition Centre) (Special Event) Order 2012 will both come into force on 27 July 2012 and will cease to have effect on 13 August 2012.
  • 2 The general effect of the Orders will be, during the Olympic Games, to:-

(1) introduce a one-way traffic flow system (with no entries) in lengths of

(a) Seagrave Road;

(b) Merrington Road;

(c) Ongar Road.

(2) ban any vehicle proceeding in North End Road or proceeding in that length of Lillie Road which lies south-west of North End Road to enter that length of Lillie Road which lies north-east of North End Road between 6 am and midnight on Mondays to Sundays, except for emergency services vehicles, official games vehicles, local buses, pedal cycles and vehicles gaining access to Lillie Road from that length which lies north-east of the north-eastern kerb line of North End

(3) ban any vehicle proceeding in Lillie Road in a north-east direction to enter that length which lies north-east of the north-east kerb line of Seagrave Road between 6 am and midnight on Mondays to Sundays, except for emergency services vehicles, official games vehicles, local buses and pedal cycles (access will not be permitted to any other north-eastbound vehicles);

(4) ban the right turn by vehicles (except pedal cycles) from

(a) the Ibis Hotel, Lillie Road into Lillie Road; and

(b) the Peabody Estate, Lillie Road into Lillie Road;

(5) ban the left turn by vehicles (except pedal cycles) from

(a) Empress Place into Lillie Road.

(6) introduce a compulsory left turn out of Sedlescombe Road into Ongar Road.

(7) extend the operational hours for both parking places and waiting restrictions which fall within Controlled Parking Zones D and F so that they are operational from 9am to 8pm Mondays to Sundays inclusive, with a new maximum stay of two hours which applies to the parking places within the two zones. The two hour max stay does not apply to any vehicle which displays an activated SMART Visitor Permit for that specific zone

(8) introduce ‘no loading at any time’ restrictions which operate in lengths of Seagrave Road.

(9) ban stopping by vehicles in certain lengths of Lillie Road which fall between North End Road and the boundary with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, at any time in certain lengths and between 6 am and Midnight on Mondays to Sundays in other lengths (exemptions will apply for official games vehicles, as indicated by traffic signs);

(10) ban stopping by vehicles in lengths of Seagrave Road at any time in certain lengths and between 6 am and Midnight on Mondays to Sundays in other lengths, both Ongar Road and Imperial Road at any time, except for authorised vehicles (the existing on-street parking places in these lengths of roads will be suspended to accommodate this ban).

(11) introduce Last Mile Spectator Crossing points in a length of Lillie Road during times when the authorised traffic sign is displayed and introduce Vehicle Permit Check Points in certain lengths of Lillie Road, Seagrave Road and Ongar Road during times when the authorised traffic sign is displayed.

  • 3 The restrictions specified in paragraph 2 above will only apply at such times and to such extent as shall be indicted by traffic signs, and “official games vehicles” means vehicles authorised by the Olympic Delivery Authority and “authorised vehicles” means vehicles authorised by either the Council or the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited (LOCOG), being mainly shuttle buses, taxis, private hire vehicles and media vehicles carrying passengers to and from the Olympic Games held at the Excel Exhibition Centre.
  • 4 For further information please email earlscourttraffic@london2012.com

Ian Hawthorn, Head of Highway Maintenance and Projects

27 June 2012