Modifications to the A105 Experimental Traffic Orders

A105 Experimental Traffic Orders – Modifications

Following feedback during the initial six months of the experimental period, the Enfield (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (No. 161) Experimental Traffic Order 2018 has been modified to determine:

  1. whether an additional option for loading/unloading during off-peak periods can be accommodated on the western side of Winchmore Hill Broadway, outside Nos. 739 to 741 Green Lanes N21 without unduly impacting on other traffic.
  2. whether an additional ‘loading gap’ in Village Road EN1 can be created to facilitate loading and unloading during off-peak periods without reducing the effectiveness of the cycle lane.

In addition, the Enfield (Stop and Shop Parking Places) (No. 2) Experimental Traffic Order 2018 has also been modified to determine the additional benefits of extending the maximum length of stay in the Stop and Shop bay on the western side of Green Lanes N21 (by Compton Road) from 15 to 20 minutes.

If you have any objections to these modifications being made permanent, please let us know by either completing the form below, or by writing to the Head of Traffic and Transportation, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield EN1 3XD stating the reasons for your objection(s). Any representations or objections must be made by no later than 3rd June 2020.

A copy of the notice, the statement of reasons, the modification orders and the associated plans can be viewed through the document library to the right of this page.

A105 Experimental Traffic Orders – Modifications

Following feedback during the initial six months of the experimental period, the Enfield (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (No. 161) Experimental Traffic Order 2018 has been modified to determine:

  1. whether an additional option for loading/unloading during off-peak periods can be accommodated on the western side of Winchmore Hill Broadway, outside Nos. 739 to 741 Green Lanes N21 without unduly impacting on other traffic.
  2. whether an additional ‘loading gap’ in Village Road EN1 can be created to facilitate loading and unloading during off-peak periods without reducing the effectiveness of the cycle lane.

In addition, the Enfield (Stop and Shop Parking Places) (No. 2) Experimental Traffic Order 2018 has also been modified to determine the additional benefits of extending the maximum length of stay in the Stop and Shop bay on the western side of Green Lanes N21 (by Compton Road) from 15 to 20 minutes.

If you have any objections to these modifications being made permanent, please let us know by either completing the form below, or by writing to the Head of Traffic and Transportation, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield EN1 3XD stating the reasons for your objection(s). Any representations or objections must be made by no later than 3rd June 2020.

A copy of the notice, the statement of reasons, the modification orders and the associated plans can be viewed through the document library to the right of this page.

  • If you have any objections to these modifications being made permanent, please let us know by completing the form below. You will need to register or sign in to the Let's Talk Enfield site to complete this form.

    If you have any objections to these modifications being made permanent, please let us know by completing the form below. You will need to register or sign in to the Let's Talk Enfield site to complete this form.

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