LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984Notice ID: SUT1705406
London Borough of Sutton Public Notices
LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Sutton made the following Orders on 27 April 2020 under sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended -
(a) The Sutton (Charged-For Parking Places) (Amendment No. 28) Order 2020; and
(b) TTie Sutton (Free Parking Places, Loading Places and Waiting, Loading and Stopping Restrictions) (Amendment No. 28) Order 2020.
2. The general effect of the Orders would be to make certain changes to:
the following Permit Parking Areas, which would be made up of designated parking places indicated on-street by way of a traffic sign stating 'resident permit holders parking only past this point' in:-
Hackbrldge Road Area Permit Parking Area (HB2) - which operates between 8 am and 6.30 pm on Monday to Saturday:-
remove Lodge Close from the Permit Parking Area, however properties within Lodge Close will retain their eligibility for permits;
include eligibility to obtain a permit for this area for No. 123 London Road, Hackbridge; and
remove eligibility to obtain a permit for this area from all properties at 49 Hackbridge Road; and
Denmark Road Area Permit Parking Area (CS1) - which operates between 11 am and 1 pm on Monday to Friday include eligibility to obtain a permit for:-
Beechwood Court, West Street Lane; and
Nos. 19 to 37 (odds) and 36 to 42 (evens) West Street, Carshalton
these regulations will come into effect on 4 May 2020.
Vehicles in respect of which a valid resident permit has been granted would be able to park anywhere at the kerb-side of a street, or where indicated by a traffic sign, parallel to the kerb and park either fully or partly on the footway, within a Permit Parking Area parking place during the times of operation of the Permit Parking Area, with the exception of: any area marked out as a disabled parking place or short-stay parking place or any length of waiting, loading or stopping restrictions during the hours of operation of those restrictions, or any location obstructing access to premises or the free movement of traffic.
'permit holders' parking places SH2 in which vehicles in respect of which a valid permit has been granted would be able to park between 8 am and 6 pm on Monday to Friday. Remove a length of parking place outside No. 184 Wrythe Lane which is located fully on the footway, thereby including the powers conferred under section 15 of the Greater London Council (General Powers) Act 1974 - these regulations will come into effect on 1 June 2020.
3. to introduce new lengths of 'at any time' waiting restrictions ('double-yellow line') in Rochester Road - (A) the north-west side, outside Nos. 19 to 24 Rochester Road, and (B) the south-west side, on the approach to its junction with Mill Lane, both upgrading existing 'single yellow line' - these regulations will come into effect on 4 May 2020.
4. to introduce a new length of 'at any time' loading restrictions ('double-kerb blips') in Denmark Road, south-east side, on the length of existing 'at any time' waiting restrictions across the vehicular entrance to Victor Seymour Infants School - these regulations will come into effect on 4 May 2020.
5. to amend the map-based tiles to the schedule attached to The Sutton (Charged-for Parking Places) Order 2017 and to The Sutton (Free Parking Places, Loading Places and Waiting, Loading and Stopping Restrictions) Order 2017 to match conditions as they exist on site. These regulations will come into effect on either 4 May 2020 or 1 June 2020 depending on where they are located.
6. Permit charges for the new residents permit holders parking places referred to in item 2 preceding would be as follows:-
(a) the charge for residents parking permits would depend on the permit group, set by the Council based on the C02 emissions of the vehicle for which the permit is issued (see Schedule 1 to this Notice) allocated to the vehicle for which the permit is issued, as set out in the following table -
Additional residents permits may be issued at the standard charge shown above, plus a surcharge of £25 for a second permit and £50 for a third, in respect of a household. Where the C02 emissions of a vehicle are not known due to the vehicle's age or similar, permit group 3 charges would apply. Wholly electric vehicles (EV's) would be exempt from any charge. A maximum of 3 resident's permits would be issued in respect of any household at any one time.
(b) residents visitors vouchers would be available free of charge to residents up to a maximum of 50 hours per household in any one year. Additional hours thereafter may be purchased at a charge of £61 per 100 hours.
(c) carer permits for essential care visits would be available at the following charges: (A) £35 per year for a resident care permit, which allows a carer to park in any permit holders parking place; or (B) £50 per year for each organisational permit, which allows an organisation to park in any permit holder's parking place for up to 3 hours maximum per day.
(d) child care permits which allow a person providing child care to park in any permit holders parking place specific to the relevant permit parking area for which it is issued would be available at a charge of £35 per year.
(e) There would be a £25 administrative charge for any alteration to a permit.
7. Copies of the Orders, and of the Orders that will be revoked or amended by these Orders, the Council's Statement of Reasons for making the Orders and plans showing the locations and the effects of the Orders may be inspected at the Council's Civic Offices, St Nicholas Way, Sutton between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday to Friday.
8. If any person wishes to question the validity of these Orders or of any of their provisions on the grounds that they are not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that any requirement of the said Act of 1984 or of any instrument made under the said Act of 1984 has not been complied with, that person may, within
6 weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, apply for the purpose to the High Court.
Dated: 30th April 2020
SCHEDULE - Permit Groups [see item 2]
Permit Groups for Petrol and Diesel Fuel Vehicles:
Permit Group__Vehicle Type
1 I L1 - L7 and M1
Permit Groups for Alternative Fuel Vehicles:
CO, emissions (g/km)
Up to 120 121 - 165 166-225 226 and over
2 3 4
L1 - L7 and M1
CQ3 emissions (g/km)
Up to 140 141 - 185 186-255 256 and over
/Vote: These permit groups would be available for vehicle types L1 toL7 inclusive, (motorised vehicles less than 4 wheels including motorcycles) and M1 only (vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and comprising not more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat), as defined by the DVLA vehicle type approval. For the avoidance of doubt this would not include vehicles designated by the DVLA as 'special purpose vehicles'.
Additional Permit Group - Goods vehicles not exceeding 3.5 tonnes (m.g.w.):
Permit Group__Vehicle Type__CQ2 emissions (g/km)
5 I N1 I Any
Note: This permit group would be available for vehicle type N1 (motor vehicles having at least 4 wheels which are designed and constructed for the carriage of goods and have a maximum gross weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes) as defined by the DVLA vehicle type approval. For the avoidance of doubt any vehicle of vehicle type N1, such as light goods vehicles, will be classified as permit group 5 regardless of taxation class.
Technical details of vehicles can be found on the vehicle's registration certificate (V5C) or new keeper details section (V5C/2). Further information regarding vehicle type can be found via:
Permit Group (see Schedule 1)
Standard Charge (per year)
Issued by Mervyn Bartlett - Group Manager, Highways and Transport - London Borough of Sutton