Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Traffic and gating orders

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Notices proposing permanent Traffic Orders will be published on this site and will remain published until the objection period/period to question the validity of the order has expired.


Traffic Orders


Proposed Permanent Traffic Orders

Title of Order Documents

The Borough of Stockton-on-Tees, Cygnet Drive/Kingfisher Way/Water Avens Way and Brooklime Avenue, Stockton, Traffic Regulation Order 2018 (Amendment) Order 2020

Notice of Intention

Draft Order

Plan

 

Final Permanent Traffic Orders

The Council has made the permanent Traffic Orders listed in the table below (this is not an exhaustive list - final permanent orders will only remain on the website for six weeks subject to the making of them):

Title of Final Order

Documents

The Borough of Stockton on Tees, Queen Elizabeth Way, Stockton on Tees (50mph Speed Limit) Order 2002 (Amendment) Order 2020.

Notice of Making
Sealed Order and Plan

The Borough of Stockton-on-Tees, Bishop Street, Stockton Traffic Regulation Order 2020

Notice of Making

Sealed Order and Plan

 

Temporary Traffic Orders

The Council will make the Temporary Traffic Orders listed below and the documents provide details of the affected roads (this is not an exhaustive list):

Title of Traffic Order

Documents

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council Tarmac Resurfacing Programme 2019/2020, Temporary Closure Order 2019.

Draft Order

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council Public Footpath No.16 – Kirklevington (in part), Temporary Footpath Closure Order 2020.

Plan

 

Experimental Traffic Orders

The Council has made the Experimental Traffic Orders listed in the table below:

Title of Traffic Order

Documents

There are currently no Experimental Traffic Orders to display.

 

 

Gating Orders

Under new powers introduced by The Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005, Stockton Borough Council can make orders to have highways gated if there are problems with anti-social behaviour or crime in those areas.

Notices relating to Gating Orders will be published on this part of the website, see below: