Consultation on proposed Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) in Sudbury

Our consultation about waiting and loading restrictions in Sudbury closed on Tuesday 28 June 2016.

This consultation has now closed.

Proposed changes

 The proposed changes are to a number of locations in Sudbury. The tables below state the specific locations, proposed changes as well as a drawing showing the changes.

Town Centre

Location

Proposed changes

Gaol Lane

2 enforceable disabled parking bays to replace the existing limited waiting bay opposite 1-3 Gaol Lane.

Market Hill
(south side)

Change in limited waiting bay restrictions in bays by 26 Market Hill to NatWest Bank.

Change the current restrictions to 1 hour limited waiting from 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday inclusive (no return within 2 hours).

East Street, King Street and Market Hill
(north side)

Double yellow lines to be amended to no waiting, loading or unloading.

2 enforceable disabled parking bays to replace 13.2 metre long section at north east end of limited waiting bay outside 21 (Cancer Research UK) and 22 (Clarks), Market Hill.

New licensed taxi rank on King Street (taxi rank on East Street to remain as existing).

Download the letter sent to residents about these works (includes drawings of proposed changes) (PDF, 677 KB).

Acton Lane and Harp Close

Location

Proposed changes

Acton Lane junction with Waldingfield Road

North side: additional 9 metres of double yellow lines

South side: additional 21 metres of double yellow lines

Harp Close Road junction with Acton Lane

New double yellow lines to 10 metres of the junction of Harp Close with Acton Lane.

(Existing informational disabled bay to remain unchanged).

Download the letter sent to residents about these works (includes drawings of proposed changes) (PDF, 469 KB).

Ballingdon Street

Location

Proposed changes

Ballingdon Street

Remove 16 metre length of double yellow lines outside former commercial (dairy) premises.

Download the letter sent to residents about these works (includes drawings of proposed changes) (PDF, 241 KB).

Benefits of these changes

The purpose of the changes stated above is to:

  • avoid danger to persons or other traffic, and prevent the likelihood of any such danger arising
  • facilitate the passage of traffic (including pedestrians)
  • preserve and improve the amenities of the area

Give your views

 We want to know what you think of the proposed changes to waiting and loading restrictions in Sudbury.

To let us know your thoughts you can: