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THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (BURSLEDON, HAMBLE AND HOUND) (AMENDMENT NO.2) ORDER 2013

Highways – Permanent Traffic Order Notices from Eastleigh Borough Council in Eastleigh area.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Eastleigh Borough Council pursuant to arrangements under Section 19 of the Local Government Act 2000 with Hampshire County Council has made the Order above in exercise of the powers of the said County Council under Sections 1, 2 and 4 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the Act") and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Act and of all other enabling powers, and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police.

The effect of the Order is to introduce, monitor and revoke restrictions within the Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound local area committee (BHH) area as follows:

Yachtsman Close - Bursledon

Prohibition of waiting at any time

Requests were received to introduce this restriction as a result of indiscriminate parking on footways and causing pedestrians to walk on the highway. The bushes on the southern side severely restrict visibility for both motorist and pedestrian.

Kings Field - Bursledon

Prohibition of waiting at any time

Requests were received to introduce this restriction as a result of indiscriminate parking at the junction of Portsmouth Road where visibility for both pedestrians and motorists is restricted.

Portsmouth Road - Bursledon

Prohibition of waiting at any time

The entrance to the Veolia site is opposite both bowling and tennis clubs. During operational days of the site it is alleged that users of either club park in the wide entrance thus preventing access and egress to the Veolia site.

Victoria Road – Netley Abbey

Prohibition of waiting at any time

Victoria Road is a busy highway passing through the village of Netley. At various times motorists park alongside the recreation ground opposite properties where there is also uncontrolled parking. This will reduce the width of the carriageway sufficiently enough to cause congestion and reduce road safety. It is considered appropriate to consider relaxing a portion of the existing restrictions along the residential side. The recreation ground provides off street free car parking for users of the grounds.

Sea View Estate – Netley Abbey

Prohibition of waiting at any time

Requests were received to introduce restrictions at the junction to maintain visibility and reduce accidents at this location.

The Grove – Netley Abbey

Prohibition of loading and unloading at any time

The Grove is accessed by Woolston Road. At the eastern end of The Grove is a Parkland area for children to play which, during periods where children congregate the area, will become full with other vehicles. In some instances they park close to the junction restricting visibility and increasing the risk for accidents. Woolston Road is also a bus route with a stop within close proximity of this junction.

Coronation Parade – Hamble

2 hours 30 minutes limited waiting

Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm no return within 3 hours

Coronation Parade is one way serving a successful shopping area. Due to a high turn over of shoppers it is considered appropriate to consider a waiting restriction to help maintain the parking area for shop visitors as opposed to long term parking. Initially a 1 hour limited waiting restriction was proposed and advertised. Further to objections being received the committee approved to amend the initial restriction from 1 hour limited waiting to a 2 hours 30 minutes restriction to enable all retail units to fulfill their trading needs. Also policing will be more effective of a 2 hour 30 minutes restriction.

Peewit Hill – West End Road Junction – Bursledon

Prohibition of waiting at any time

Prior to the construction of the M27 Peewit Hill was a through route between Dodwell Lane and West End Road (A27). This section of Peewit Hill is of rural characteristics. At the eastern end are stables and bungalows within large plots of land sited along either side. It is alleged that vehicles park within the slip road forcing traffic into the path of traffic along the A27.

The Order will come into operation on 25 March 2013. A copy of the Order may be inspected at my office at the Civic Offices, Leigh Road, Eastleigh during normal office hours or on the Council's website: www.eastleigh.gov.uk/TRO

Any persons wishing to question the validity of the Order or any provisions contained in it on the grounds that any requirement of the Act, or any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to the Order, may within six weeks from 15 March 2013 apply to the High Court for this purpose.

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