Rolla Street/Collier Street/Queen Street

Prohibition of Waiting, Limited Waiting and Loading Parking Places and Amendment) order 2017

Notice is hereby given that Salford City Council proposes to make an order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the proposed order is to introduce no waiting at any time on: 

  • Rolla Street - both sides, from Collier Street for its entire length and including the turning facility.
  • Collier Street, west side, from Queen Street for 55 metres in a north easterly direction.
  • East side from the north easterly kerbline of Queen Street, for 39 metres in a north easterly direction
  • East side from a point 51 metres of the north east kerbline of Queen Street, for 30 metres in a north easterly direction
  • Queen Street, north side, from the north westerly kerbline of Collier Street, for 8 metres in a north west direction, north side from the south east kerbline of Collier Street, for 36 metres in a south easterly direction, south side from Gravel Lane to King Street
  • Caygill Street, both sides, from north east kerbline of Queen Street, for 8 metres in a north easterly direction

Limited waiting parking place, width 2.2 metres, 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday, maximum stay one hour. No return within two hours on Queen Street, north side from a point eight metres west of the western kerbline of Collier Street, in a westerly direction for 44 metres.

Loading/unloading parking place, width 2.4 metres on Collier Street east side from a point 39 metres north of its junction with the north east kerbline of Queen Street, for 12 metres in a north easterly direction. 

Salford City Council (Rolla Street and Collier Street) (Prohibition of Driving During Event Times) order 2017 

Collier Street, between its junction with Queen Street and its junction with Caygill Street.

Rolla Street, for its entire length including cul de sac end.

Existing orders are to be amended so as to be consistent with the proposals.

A copy of the proposed order together with a plan and statement of the council's reasons for proposing to make the order may be examined at Salford Civic Centre, Chorley Road, Swinton, M27 5DA, between 8.30am and 5pm from Monday to Friday.

If you wish to object to the proposed order you should send the grounds of your objection in writing by 21 July 2017 (quoting ref L/AF/OUT1093/482) to:

Liz Treacy
City Solicitor
PO Box 532
Town Hall
Manchester
M60 2LA

Alternatively, email phlegal@manchester.gov.uk.

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