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Traffic Regulation Orders Recently Made

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Under provisions contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the Council has the authority to provide off street parking places for the purpose of relieving or preventing the congestion of traffic in its area. 

The Council on the 11 May 2020 made the City of Preston (Tenterfield Street) (Off Street Parking Place) Order 2020, details of which can be found below.

City of Preston (Tenterfield Street) (off street parking place) order 2020

Notice is hereby given that Preston City Council made the above named Order under sections 32, 33 and 35 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and in consideration of the provisions of the Road Traffic Act 1991.

The Traffic Management Act 2004 and The Civil Enforcement of Parking Contraventions Designation Order 2010 and of all other enabling powers.

The Order was made on 11 May 2020 and will come into effect on the 18 May 2020.

The effect of the Order is to

(i) introduce a temporary pay and display car park off Tenterfield Street in order to relieve and/or prevent congestion of traffic;

(ii) enable the Council to enforce effectively regulations introduced by the Traffic Management Act 2004 in the newly created car park;

(iii) prescribe the charges and the times during which the classes of vehicle specified may use the newly created car park:

Class of Vehicle

Motor Car, Motorcycle and Invalid Carriage

Days and hours of operation

Monday to Sunday (inclusive - 24 hours)

Scale of charges

  • Up to 30 minutes = £0.60
  • Up to 1 hour = £1.20
  • Up to 1 hour and 30 minutes = £1.80
  • Contract 7 days / Quarter = £180.00
  • Contract 7days / months = £65.00

Maximum Period of No Return

1) Disabled Person's Vehicle parked in a Disabled Person's Parking Space - maximum 90 minutes waiting no return to a Disabled Person's Parking Space within 8 hours.

2) Motor Car, Motorcycle, Invalid Carriage parked in a Parking Space - maximum 90 minutes waiting no return to a Parking Space within 2 hours.

3) Motor Car, Motorcycle, Invalid Carriage displaying Parking Permit or Reserved Parking Permit in the Relevant Position - no restriction.

Where can I view the Order?

A copy of the Order, location plan and a Statement of the Council's reasons for making the Order can be downloaded in the table below. 

Alternatively, copies can be:

(i) requested in writing, to Mr Russell Rees at Preston City Council, Town Hall, Lancaster Road, Preston, PR1 2RL or e-mailing r.rees@preston.gov.uk or telephone on 01772 906792

(ii) obtained from the Council's Market Office, Birley Street, Preston, PR1 2EL Monday to Saturday 8am to 2pm

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or any of its provisions on the ground that it is not within the powers of the above Act or that there has not been compliance with any requirement of the Act or any regulations made thereunder may within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made make application for the purpose to the High Court.

Dated - 11 May 2020 by Ally Brown, Director of Corporate Services

Name of Order - City of Preston (Tenterfield Street) (Off Street Parking Place) Order 202*.

Purpose of order - Create temporary car park to relieve/prevent traffic congestion, and regulate its use.

Name of order - City of Preston (Tenterfield Street) (Off Street Parking Place) Order 2020 - Commencement Date 18 May 2020 

Purpose of order - Create temporary car park to relieve/prevent traffic congestion, and regulate its use.

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