Brundall, Proposed Prohibition of Waiting, Loading & Unloading and School Keep Clear Order : PLA287 – Vf 64073

THE NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL

 (BRUNDALL, BRAYDESTON AVENUE, BRAYDESTON CRESCENT,

 THE STREET, THE DALES)

(PROHIBITION OF WAITING, PROHIBITION OF LOADING AND UNLOADING

                             AND SCHOOL KEEP CLEAR) ORDER 2021                          .

The Norfolk County Council propose to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which on vehicles will be to:

1)     prohibit waiting at any time along the lengths of roads specified in Schedule 1;

and

2)     prohibit stopping along the school keep clear markings along the length of carriageway specified in Schedule 2 below.

The Norfolk County Council (Brundall, Various Roads) (Prohibition of Waiting and Prohibition of Loading and Unloading) Consolidation Order 2012 would be amended by all references to The Street and The Dales being deleted.  The changes to the Prohibition of Waiting restrictions are set out in Schedule 1 below.  The Loading and Unloading restrictions would not be changed and are set out in the proposed Order for administrative and enforcement purposes only.

A copy of the draft Order and a plan may be viewed online at https://norfolk.citizenspace.com/.  Copies may also be available for inspection at Norfolk County Council, County Hall, Norwich and at the offices of Broadland District Council, Thorpe Lodge, 1 Yarmouth Road, Norwich, NR7 0DU, during normal office hours. However, during the current epidemic staffing levels have been reduced and viewing online would be recommended in keeping with the government guidelines.

Any objections and representations relating to the Order must be made in writing and must specify the grounds on which they are made.  All correspondence for these proposals must be received at the office of nplaw, Norfolk County Council, County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH, marked for the attention of Mrs Simmons by 12th January 2021. They may also be emailed to [email protected]

The Officer dealing with the public enquiries concerning both these proposals is Mr Matthews telephone 01603 222893 or 0344 800 8020.

Brundall 64073 PLA287-1200-001 - Consultation Plan 122020

SCHEDULE 1

Proposed Prohibition of Waiting – At Any Time

 

Road name & number Location description Extent of change

5P71/10 Braydeston Avenue

Both Sides

From the centre point of its junction with C429/36 The Street south for a distance of 5 metres. New location of restriction

59764/10 Braydeston Crescent

North side

 

From the centre point of its junction with 59804/10 Highfield Avenue, eastwards for a distance of 10 metres.

 

New location of restriction

59764/10 Braydeston Crescent

South side

 

From the centre point of its junction with 59804/10 Highfield Avenue, eastwards for a distance of 13 metres.

 

New location of restriction

59804/10 Highfield Avenue

North-east Side

 

From the centre point of its junction with 59764/10 Braydeston Crescent northwards for a distance of 20 metres. New location of restriction

59804/10 Highfield Avenue

North-east Side

 

From the centre point of its junction with C429/36 The Street north-eastwards to the centre of its junction with 59764/10 Braydeston Crescent for a distance of 61 metres. Extending the existing double yellow lines by 37m.

59804/10 Highfield Avenue

North-east Side

 

From the centre point of its junction with C429/36 The Street north-eastwards for a distance of 81 metres. Extending the existing double yellow lines by 57m.

C429/36 The Street

North Side

 

From a point 30.5 metres north-west from the centre point of its junction with 59804/10 Highfield Avenue south-eastwards for a distance of 82.5 metres. Extending the existing double yellow lines by 39m.

C429/36 The Street

South Side

 

From the centre point of its junction with 5P71/10 Braydeston Avenue north-westwards for a distance of 72.5 metres. New location of restriction

C429/36 The Street

South Side

 

From the centre point of its junction with 5P71/10 Braydeston Avenue south-eastwards for a distance of 16 metres. New location of restriction

 

SCHEDULE 2

Proposed School Keep Clearway

 

51116/10 The Dales

East Side

 

From a point 171.5 metres south from its junction with C429/36 The Street for a distance of 25.5 metres.

 

DATED this 11th day of December 2020

 

 

Helen Edwards

Chief Legal Officer

 

County Hall

Martineau Lane

Norwich

NR1 2DH

Note: Information you send to the Council will be used for any purpose connected with the making or confirming of this Order and will be held as long as reasonably necessary for those purposes. It may also be released to others in response to freedom of information requests.

Brundall 64073 PLA287 1st Notice HKS 7for11.12.20 (order no 245)

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4 Responses to Brundall, Proposed Prohibition of Waiting, Loading & Unloading and School Keep Clear Order : PLA287 – Vf 64073

  1. Ian Dinmore says:

    I wonder who is paying for the TRO? The school parking issue is going to get worse with the extra classrooms and new housing – there will be more fly parking in the Dales which will clash with the limited parking for the clinic, new school zig zag lines for 60 metres either side of the new school gate in the dales should be provided as part of this initiative. I would like to see more enforcement as it is largely ignored now especially during school drop off and pick up. This restriction while welcome will only move parking problems elsewhere.

    • brundallparishcouncil says:

      Hello Ian. Thank you for your comments. Have you registered your comments with Norfolk County Council? I am not sure if Norfolk County Council Highways are aware that there is to be a new school entrance and that the old zig zags will be covering an unused entrance. I will let the TRO section know of this.

  2. Keith marriott says:

    I live at 22 the street. Your proposed yellow lines will achieve little nothing. These double yellow lines need to extend from braydeston Ave east on the street for entire length to station road both sides and west on the street for entire length past the dales both sides and both sides on high field avenue from street junction past westerfield Rd. As an example today it was took me 17 mins to get from the dales to my driveway at 22 the street and when I stopped to reverse into my driveway as I have a van and trailer which is difficult enough a the best of times all I received was abuse from other motorist which made me angry so had to get out of my van and sort one or two people out. We are all sick of the parish council and your attitudes towards this situation. For gods sake spend some money and go get us some proper yellow lines that will stop this happening as someone is s going to get hurt or worse killed. I have many pics to show you how bad it gets around here with ignorant and inconsiderate school parents who mostly live within walking distance of the school but are too lazy and selfish to walk!

    Keith marriott

    • brundallparishcouncil says:

      Hello Mr Marriott. I am afraid that the more extensive suggestions you would like to see have not been approved by the Highways Engineer who visited the site and entered the scheme for the proposed sites as he thought best. Did you register your comments to the scheme with Highways as indicated on website? The Parish Council has tried its very best to support any improvements that support safe driving, cycling and walking around this area. I can assure you it has not sat back and done nothing as you seem to have suggested. The Parish Council is applying for a zebra crossing between Highfield Avenue and the Dales. It is pledging £29,000 for that scheme. The current scheme to propose the double yellows around Highfield and on The Street will extend to no 22 The Street. If this is approved then anyone parking illegally can be given a parking fine. However, surely some double yellows is better than none. So if people object to the current scheme, then nothing will be done and our chance to improve at least part of the Street/Highfield Avenue will be lost for good and we will be back to square one.

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