BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (FIELDER DRIVE) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
Proposed No Waiting At Any Time in Fielder Drive Access Road.
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (HAVELOCK ROAD) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO.1) ORDER 2014
Waiting Restrictions along Havelock Road
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (LOWER SPINNEY) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENTMENT NO.1) ORDER 2014
Waiting Restrictions along Lower Spinney
THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (BURSLEDON, HAMBLE-LE-RICE AND HOUND) (AMENDMENT NO.5) ORDER 2014
The general effect of this Order is to insert into The Borough of Eastleigh (Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound) Consolidation Order 2012 new waiting restrictions, and revoke some existing restrictions as detailed below:
PROPOSED PERMANENT TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER
VARIOUS ROADS, TOWN CENTRE, ANDOVER It is proposed to make a Road Traffic Regulation Order to: 1. Introduce extensions to the one-way traffic system in Newbury Street/High Street and Chantry Street, Andover, with provision for a contraflow for cyclists along these streets; 2. Remove a disabled parking bay in High Street, Andover; 3. Provide new limited parking places in High Street and Chantry Street, Andover; 4. Revise the parking places in East Street and Eastfield Road, Andover.
THE CITY OF SOUTHAMPTON (RESIDENTS PARKING SCHEME) (ZONES 1-12 & 16) ORDER 2014
To combine into a single Order, the existing Traffic Orders.
THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (EASTLEIGH TOWN CENTRE) (AMENDMENT NO.2) ORDER 2014
The parking places detailed in Schedule 1 are proposed to be revoked in full;The sections of road referred to in Schedule 2 below are proposed as Pay and Display parking (one hour maximum stay no return within two hours), Monday to Saturday, 8.00am to 6.00pm. The sections of road referred to in Schedule 3 below, are proposed as areas of Highway designated as Disabled Persons Parking Places.
YEW TREE DRIVE & ROOKERY AVENUE, WHITELEY (EXPERIMENTAL PROHIBITION OF HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES) ORDER 2014
To prevent heavy commercial vehicles from entering Yew Tree Drive and Rookery Avenue for an experimental period of 18 months.
The Hampshire (Yew Tree Drive, Whiteley) (Experimental Revocation of Prohibition of Entry (except Buses) Order 2013
Experimental traffic order for a period of 18 months to allow access to Yew Tree Drive, between its junction with A3051 Botley Road and its south-western junction with Clydesdale Road.
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