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Made Traffic Regulation Order - Swale Amendment 9

The closing date for publishing these documents is Friday 21 August 2020.

A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal order. It allows the Highway Authority (Kent County Council) to regulate the speed, movement and parking of vehicles. The act governing Traffic Orders is the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and is enforceable by law.

Anyone can object to or support a proposed TRO's and comments must be submitted before the end of the consultation period, which is clearly stated in each order.

The formal consultation process for our latest Traffic Regulation Order, Swale Amendment 9, ran from Friday 13 December, 2019 to midday on Friday 10 January, 2020, and these documents are for the Made Order.

You can download the documents on deposit (PDF 567kb)

Before you get started

These documents are in relation to a Traffic Regulation Order which has previously been through the formal consultation process, and as such the documents published are for information only.

The made Order will not be available as a hard copy at our Sittingbourne office, Swale House, or at the Alexander Centre, Faversham or Sheerness Gateway due to the current office closure.

Taking part

The consultation process is now closed, but should you wish to contact us you can do so by writing to:

  • Engineering Team
  • Leisure & Technical Services
  • Swale House, East Street
  • Sittingbourne
  • Kent
  • ME10 3HT

Alternatively, you can email your comments to engineers@swale.gov.uk.

At the end of the consultation period, all feedback from the public will be considered for a decision on the implementation of the order. The results of the consultation are considered by the Joint Transportation Board, who are a cross party advisory panel of Councillors, recommendations are then made and a report is subsequently compiled and a decision is made by the Cabinet Member for Environment.

After this point, approved restrictions can be implemented and enforced from the date advertised, proposals may also be amended which will include further consultation or a proposal may be rejected.

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