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Kenton Bankfoot No. 2 - Proposed permit parking, 20mph speed limit and waiting restrictions 2024 - This consultation has now ended

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Callerton & Throckley

Please give us your views on our proposals relating to various streets in the Kenton Bankfoot area in 2024 by taking part in this short consultation.

It is proposed to:
  1. designate Dorchester Place as a Permit Parking Place Zone,
  2. designate Condor Grove, Crane Street, Eagle Close, Falcon Way, Hawk Chase, Red Kite Drive as a Permit Parking Place Zone,
  3. introduce a 20 miles per hour speed limit on Dorchester Place, Condor Grove, Crane Street, Eagle Close, Falcon Way, Hawk Chase and Red Kite Drive, and
  4. introduce a No Waiting At Any Time restriction on Dorchester Place. 
Details are contained in the Notice which is attached in the supporting documents below.  A plan, reasons for the proposals and draft orders are also attached below.
If you wish to comment on the proposals, please complete the survey.  If you wish to object to the proposals, please also email traffic.notices@newcastle.gov.uk setting out the grounds for your objection and which proposal your objection relates to.
  • End date: 7th July 2024
  • Consultation locality: Callerton and Throckley Ward
  • Consultation purpose: Statutory Notice
 Please read the supporting documents, which can be found below in the 'Related Documents' section.  Here are the Consultation Officer's contact details, if you require information about this in a different format (such as large print), please get in touch with Sarah Thompson at: sarah.thompson1@newcastle.gov.uk.
We are asking for your contact details so that we can let you know about the outcome of this consultation. We will store your details securely, we will not share them with anyone else, and we will not use them for any other purpose.  If you would like us to remove your contact details from our records, please contact the consultation officer (details above), or email: traffic.notices@newcastle.gov.uk  We will use your responses to inform our decision about these proposals.
You can find out what will happen next here on www.letstalknewcastle.co.uk, or email: traffic.notices@newcastle.gov.uk 
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