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Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) and Traffic Schemes

For information about TROs/Schemes in each of the Districts/Boroughs, please click on one of the links below:

Cheltenham | Cotswold | Forest of Dean | Gloucester | Stroud | Tewkesbury

 A Traffic Regulation Order is required to legally enforce a new or modified restriction on traffic as part of an improvement scheme, for example:

  • speed limits
  • on-street parking
  • weight limits
  • one-way streets

To view current parking restrictions, Countywide, please click on the link below:

www.gloucestershiretraffweb.co.uk

You can also find information on Improvement Schemes, for example;

  • road humps
  • pedestrian crossings
  • traffic calming features

For more information surrounding TRO's please see 'What is a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)?'

This order has now been made and will become effective on 1st June 2022. Please see below all relevant legal documents.

Sealed Order

Have Made Notice

St Georges Rd Car Park West Plan

Barbican Way Plan

Quayside Car Park Plan

Quayside Doctor Surgery Plan

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

GCC Countywide Off Street Parking Places Order 2015

 

Background

Gloucestershire County Council are proposing to make some amendments to the Off Street Parking Places Order. These amendments include;

  1. Insert the newly GCC acquired St. George’s Road Car Park West, Cheltenham into the 2015 Order along with its operational times, pay and display charges and terms and conditions of use; and
  2. Insert the GCC controlled parking places along Barbican Way in Gloucester into the 2015 Order along with its operational times and terms and conditions of use; and
  3. Amend the extent, operational times, pay and display charges and terms and conditions of use of the Quayside Car Park in Gloucester.

The consultation will between 10th February and 4th March 2022. Comments can be submitted by following the instructions on the Intend To Notice, below.

Please find below all documents and plans;

Draft Order

Intend To Notice

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

GCC Off Street Parking Places Order 2015

St Georges Road West Car Park, Cheltenham Plan

Barbican Way, Gloucester Plan

Dr Surgery, Gloucester Plan

Quayside Car Park, Gloucester Plan


The permanent Traffic Regulation Orders to facilitate the scheme have now been made with some minor changes and will become effective on 7th February 2022.

For copies of the final documents and the delegated authority report can be found below.

Bus Lane

No comments were received in relation to the removal of the Cheltenham Road Bus Lane. Please see documents below.

Sealed Order

Revoked Map Schedule

Signed Have Made Notice

Due Regard

Statement of Reason

Bus Lane Consolidation Order 2021

 

Parking restrictions

The scheme has been made in part with some minor amendments. Please see documents below.

Final signed TRO decision report

Sealed Order

Sealed Map Tiles

Revoked Map Tiles Part A

Signed Have Made Notice

Due Regard

Statement of Reason

Permit Zone L1

Permit Zone L2

On Street Consolidation Order 2017


The School Streets scheme at Tewkesbury C of E Primary School and Warden Hill Primary School have now been made permanent and became effective 1st May 2022.

For the full decision report please click on the link below. A hard copy of the report can be viewed at Gloucestershire County Council, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TG.

Full TRO decision report

 

School Streets documents

Due regard

Statement of Reason

Information only: Tewkesbury consultation plan

Information only: Warden Hill consultation plan

 

Waiting restrictions

Please see below all legal documents relating to the parking restrictions;

Sealed map tile Tewkesbury

Sealed Map tile Warden Hill A

Sealed Map tile Warden Hill B

Sealed Map tile Warden Hill C

Map tile to be revoked Tewkesbury

Map tile to be revoked Warden Hill A

Map tile to be revoked Warden Hill B

Map tile to be revoked Warden Hill C

Sealed Traffic Regulation Order

Signed Has Made Notice

Countywide on street consolidation order 2017

 

Prohibition of Driving (POD)

Please see below all legal documents relating to the Prohibition of Driving restriction;

Sealed Traffic Regulation Order

Signed Has Made Notice

To view the POD permit terms and conditions please click here

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Background

Gloucestershire County Council is launching its first School Streets trial on 2nd November 2020. The roads surrounding Warden Hill Primary School and Tewkesbury C of E Primary School will be subject to road closures during school start and finish times plus associated parking, waiting and loading restrictions. This trial is being implemented by the introduction of two Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders (ETROs). One for the Prohibition of Driving and one for the parking, waiting and loading restrictions. Please find below the legal documentation for the ETROs, including how to make a representation.

Have Your Say – Consultation Details

Legal consultation on the Experimental TROs will begin on Monday 2nd November 2020. Please read and consider the documents and plans below which detail the scheme and how to submit your formal comments to the ETRO consultation. Please comment by 2nd May 2021.

You can submit a comment in response to the School Streets ETROs by email or post:

Email: highwayconsult@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Post: Assistant Director of Legal Services, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TG

Documents and plans:

Further information on the Experimental TROs and consultation can be found at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/tros.

For more information on the School Streets trial itself, please contact the Thinktravel team.

Scheme Update June 2021

Following the initial 6 months consultation period all comments received have been duly considered and some amendments have been made to the scheme. Please see below plan;

Warden Hill School draft ETRO Amendments plan June 2021

Scheme Update October 2021

Following the consideration of the comments received, an Experimental Amendment Order is being introduced on 21st October 2021 which may continue in force for a period of up to 18 months expiring on 1st May 2022. Please comment by 21st April 2022. Details on how to submit comments can be found in the documents below:

Notice of Waiting Restrictions

Notice of Prohibition of Driving

Consultation Plan - Tewkesbury

Consultation Plan - Warden Hill

Joint Due Regard Statement

Joint Statement of Reasons

Sealed Amended ETRO waiting restrictions

Sealed Amended ETRO PoD

Tiles to be revoked

Tile BX54

Tile CD104

Tile CE104

Tile CE105

Consolidation Order 2017


TROs and Schemes by District currently under consultation

Cheltenham


Gloucestershire County Council are proposing waiting restrictions along a section of Prestbury Road, Cheltenham. The proposals aim to improve road safety and amenity for both vehicles and pedestrians, and to complement the completed residential development and upcoming remedial works on Cordwainers Road. The full details can be found in the Statement of Reason document below, along with the proposed plan.

Please see relevant documents below.

Consultation Plan

Draft Order

Intend to Notice

Due Regard

Statement of Reason

GCC Countywide On Street Consolidation Order 2017

Map Tiles to be Revoked

Have Your Say

The formal consultation period will commence on 12th May 2022. The deadline for comments is 9th June 2022. For details on how to submit a representation please see Intend to Notice above.


This scheme has been signed off and the works authorised. 

These proposals form part of the West Cheltenham Transport Improvement Scheme (WCTIS) and West Cheltenham Walking & Cycling Improvement Scheme (WCWCI). For more details on the scheme please see Statement of Reason's below and all other supporting documents, including plans.

Consultation for both the proposed Humps and crossings commence on 31st March 2022, with the deadline for comments being 29th April 2022. Please see 'Intend To Notice's' below for details on how to submit a comment. Please ensure you quote the correct reference number with your comment.

Humps

Intend To Notice

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Proposed Scheme Plan

Crossings

Intend To Notice

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Proposed Scheme Plan - Gloucester Road

Proposed Scheme Plan - Princess Elizabeth Way

Proposed Scheme Plan - Telstar Way


***FURTHER UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed 8th June 2021.


This scheme has now been made permanent. Please see the relevant sealed documents below;

Have Made Notice

Sealed Order

Sealed Map Schedule


***FURTHER UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed 20th August 2021.


This scheme has been signed off and the works authorised. 

To facilitate the safe crossing of pedestrians and cyclists, it is proposed to introduce new flat top road humps, a puffin crossing with a signal-controlled cycle facility as well as parallel crossing at Hubble Road and Sotherby Drive, Cheltenham. These proposed pedestrian and cycle crossing improvements are shown on the plans below along with the full statement of reason for the scheme.

The proposals form part of the larger section of the National Cycle Network route and potential feeder routes that would incorporate Princess Elizabeth Way, GCHQ and the future Cyber Central Park developments to the West, and Cheltenham Spa rail station to the East.

The consultation will commence on 24th March 2022 with deadline for comments being 21st April 2022. Details on how to submit your representations can be found in the 'Copy of Site Notice' document below.

Please see documents below;

Statement of Reason

Copy of Site Notice

Humps and Crossing Plan

Scheme Plan 1

Scheme Plan 2

Scheme Plan 3


Cotswold

***FURTHER UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

This is a review of the parking restrictions in Bibury.


It is proposed to introduce No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) restrictions on The Mallards, Nightingale Way, Grebe Close & Broadway Lane, South Cerney, Gloucestershire. The proposal is developer funded in relation to planning application CO.12/1556/38/1 through the GCC Highways Development Management Team. These proposed restrictions will aim to improve traffic flow, visibility and safety for all road users. Please see relevant documents below;

Proposed scheme plan

Intent To Notice

Draft Traffic Regulation Order

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Countywide 2017 On Street Parking Consolidation Order

You can submit a formal representation by following the instructions on the Intend To Notice, above. Representations can be made between 23rd June and 21st July 2022


This Traffic Order has now been made permanent. It will become effective on 16th June 2022. Please see below for relevant documents;

Have Made Notice

Sealed Traffic Order

Scheme Plan

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Order to be revoked in part


Background

Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) are working in partnership with Cirencester Town Council (CTC) to propose improvements to parking and traffic control in Cirencester Market Place and town centre. The changes aim to create a greener and safer town centre for all users. In line with GCC, CTC and Cotswold District (CD) ambitions, the proposals also aim to reduce car dominance over the longer term and improve provisions for pedestrians and cyclists in the town centre, while maintaining safe and convenient access for all.

The proposals have been shaped by feedback received through informal engagement activities during 2021. On this webpage, you can find out what the proposals involve and view the project documentation.

Have your say

The consultation will commence on 24 March 2022 with the deadline for comments being 14 April 2022.

Before you submit your comments, please click on the ALL INFORMATION button below. You can submit your representations by email or post within the dates stated above to:

Email:

highwayconsult@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Post:

Assistant Director of Legal Services,

Shire Hall,

Westgate Street,

Gloucester,

GL1 2TG

ALL INFORMATION

 

By clicking on the 'ALL INFORMATION' button above you will be redirected to an overview of the proposed changes, illustrated further in a flythrough video of the area so you can easily see how you the proposed changes compare to the existing restrictions. You can find out what the proposals mean for specific town centre streets and reading the scheme background and general parking and traffic information.

** Please use up to date web browsers such as Chrome or Edge to view 'All Information' **

To request a hard copy of the scheme plan please email your contact details to troconsultation@gloucestershire.gov.uk. Please note that the virtual link is far more intuitive and interactive.

Scheme Documents (If link above can not be used)

Scheme Plan

Due Regard

Statement of Reason

Intend To Notice

GCC Countywide on street consolidation order 2017

Tile to be revoked: A, B, C & D

1989 Order to be revoked

Pay and Display amendment Order

Draft Order - Parking restrictions

Draft Order - One Way

Draft Order - No Entry

Draft Order - Banned Turn


Gloucestershire County Council are proposing parking restrictions in order to improve road safety and amenity for both vehicles and pedestrians. It is proposed to introduce waiting and stopping restrictions on parts of various roads in the village of Kemble, Gloucestershire.

The measures around junctions are primarily proposed to improve the navigability of these roads and to improve road safety generally for vehicles (including cyclists) and pedestrians. Please see Statement of Reason below for full details.

Please see below all legal docs, including consultations plans. 

Proposed Plans

Statement of Reason

Intend to Notice

Draft Traffic Regulation Order

Due Regard

Countywide On Street Consolidation Order 2017

Map tiles to be revoked

Have Your Say

The formal consultation period will commence on 12th May 2022. The deadline for comments is 9th June 2022. For details on how to submit a representation please see Intend to Notice above.


Modification Notice - West Street, Tetbury

Following the public consultation in January 2020, the documents below outline proposed changes for West Street. We would welcome any comments only on these changes by 12th November 2021 please.

Modification notice

West Street Plan

Statement of Reasons

Due Regard Statement

 

Proposed Waiting Restrictions, Chavenage Lane, Tetbury

Following the public consultation in January 2020, we are now proposing some additional No Waiting at Any Time restrictions in the Chavenage Lane area of Tetbury. We would welcome comments on these additional proposals by 19th November 2021. Please see Notice of Intent for details of how to comment.

Notice of Intent

Plan

Statement of Reasons

Due Regard Statement

Draft Order

Tile to be revoked

2017 Consolidation Order


In order to improve road safety and amenity for both vehicles and pedestrians in the town, it is proposed to introduce/revoke waiting and stopping restrictions on parts of various roads in the town of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. The proposals are as follows:

  1. Church Street: Additional No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) Restrictions
  2. Sheep Street: Additional No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) Restrictions
  3. Lower High Street: Removal of existing No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) Restrictions
  4. Station Road/Cidermill Lane: Additional No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) Restrictions
  5. Cherry Orchard/Pear Tree Close: Alterations to existing Stopping Restrictions and Additional Waiting Restrictions

The consultation will open on 10th March 2022 with the deadline for comments being the 7th April 2022. Information on how to submit a comment can be found in the Intend to Notice document.

Please see below for the all of the relevant documents and plans

Intend to Notice

Draft Order

Due Regard

Statement of Reason

Plan - Church Street

Plan - Sheep Street

Plan - Station Road

Plan - Lower High Street

Plan - Cherry Orchard Close

Tiles to be revoked

GCC Countywide on street parking order 2017

To improve road safety and amenity for both vehicles and pedestrians and to complement the ongoing residential development of Leaholme Court, it is proposed to introduce waiting restrictions on Tower Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

This consultation will commence on 24th March 2022 with the deadline being 22nd April 2022. All comments can be send via email or post. Details can be found in the Notice of Intent below.

Please see below for all scheme documentation.

Notice of Intent

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Draft Order

Scheme Plan

Tile to be revoked

GCC Countywide on street consolidation Order 2017


Forest of Dean

***UPDATE TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed November 2021.


Gloucestershire County Council are working in partnership Monmouthshire County Council to propose a speed reduction on Castleford Hill, Chepstow to cover the entire bridge with Welsh and English counties. It is proposed that the current 30mph speed limit will be reduced to 20mph, with terminal signage providing good visibility and opportunity for motorist to reduce their speed on advancement of the bridge. 

This consultation will commence on 31st March 2022 with the deadline being 28th April 2022. All comments can be send via email or post. Details can be found in the Notice of Intent below.

Please see below for all scheme documentation.

Scheme Plan

Statement of Reason

Intend to Notice

Draft Order

Copy of Existing Order To Be Partially Revoked


***UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed September 2021.


Gloucester

This scheme has been signed off and the works authorised. 

Signed Intend To Notice

Final Scheme Plan

Statement of Reason

Due Regard


***UPDATE TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed April 2021.


London Road Cycle Scheme – a 24 hour 7 days per week mandatory cycle lane has been introduced along London Road and Cheltenham Road in Gloucester. In order to facilitate cyclist safety, a new temporary traffic regulation order (TTRO) is being introduced to implement a 24 hour 7 days per week loading ban along London Road and Cheltenham Road. This restriction will stop vehicles being able to enter the mandatory cycle lane to wait, park, load and unload at all times, therefore, ensuring the cycle lane is kept clear and free of obstructions for cyclists to safely ride along it at all times of the day and week. The TTRO will become effective on 30th October 2020.

You can find out more about this scheme here.

Notice

Made Order

Due Regard / Due regard (2)

Intend to notice / Intend to notice (2)

Island build-out refuge removals

L1 permit

L2 permit

Parking A

Parking B

Parking C

Parking D

Statement of reasons for zebras

Suspension for bus lane

Zebra drawing

Zebra intend to notice

TTRO for Loading bay on London Road, Gloucester

Have made Order

Made Notice

Intend to notice

Plan

Sealed Order

Signed Made notice

London Road Cycle Scheme Covid TTRO to introduce Loading Bays

Due Regard

Plan

Sealed TTRO

Sealed order

Signed Made notice

Claremont Road - Proposed Raised Junction Table

Intend to notice

Due Regard

Location Plan

Plan with dimensions

Statement of Reasons

Please see below information documents for the a temporary Goods Vehicle Only Loading Bay located outside Tesco, on London Road, Gloucester

Plan

Intend to Notice - TTRO

For further information on this scheme please visit London Road cycle and pedestrian improvements


***UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed February 2021.


Area wide waiting restriction changes in Gloucester & Hardwicke.

Consultation closed 23rd December 2021.

***Further updates to follow***


Strou​d

***FURTHER UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed March 2021.


On going highway works linked with local development. The work on site is on going by the developer.

TROs were advertised 2020.


Consultation closed November 2020


Gloucestershire County Council are proposing to reduce the existing 30mph speed limit on various roads in the town of Nailsworth to a 20mph speed limit.

The scheme is being proposed primarily to improve road safety and amenity for vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists within the town. Please 'Statement of Reason' for full details.

This consultation will commence on 30th March 2022 with the deadline for formal representations being 27th April 2022. Please see the 'Intend To Notice' for details on how to submit a comment.

Intend To Notice

Proposed Scheme Plan

Statement of Reason

Draft Order

Due Regard

Copy Of Existing Order To Be Revoked


Gloucestershire County Council are proposing waiting and stopping restrictions in the village of Slimbridge near to the canal and school, respectively. These restrictions will aim to improve safety and traffic flow whilst preventing damage to grass verges in the area caused by parked vehicles. The full details can be found below in the 'Statement of Reason' document.

Please see all relevant legal documents below for information.

Intend to Notice

Draft Traffic Regulation Order

Statement of Reason

Consultation Plan 1

Consultation Plan 2

Map schedule to be revoked - A

Map schedule to be revoked - B

Map schedule to be revoked - C

Due Regard

GCC Countywide On Street Consolidation Order 2017

Have Your Say

This consultation will commence on 19th May 2022 with the deadline for formal representations being 16th June 2022. Please see the 'Intend To Notice' above for details on how to submit a comment.

Tewkesbury

***FURTHER UPDATES TO FOLLOW***

Consultation closed October 2021.


This scheme has been signed off and the works authorised. 

It is proposed to introduce new flat topped humps on both Pheasant Lane and Hayden Lane at their junctions with B4063, Gloucester Road.

Gloucestershire County Council are making some improvements to the existing pedestrian and cycle facilities between Cheltenham and Gloucester.

These improvements will play an important role in encouraging the public to use more sustainable modes of transport in line with the Gloucestershire Local Transport Plan 2020-2041 where greater priority is given to the movement of pedestrians, cyclists and public transport.

Consultation opens on 10th March 2022 with the deadline for comments being 1st April 2022.

Please see below for the relevant documents

Statement of Reason

Due Regard

Intend to Notice

Plan A

Plan B


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