Temporary changes to legislation mean we no longer have to display notices in the press when we make changes to highways and pavements (Traffic Orders). Instead we are now displaying them online.

What the changes mean

This process is an alternative to the normal adverts placed in the press. It allows people to view the legal proposals remotely rather than travelling to Howden House where they are usually available.

Street Notices will continue to be posted and where appropriate, letters will be sent to people most likely to be affected.

The types of Traffic Orders and Notices are

  • Emergency Notice – we need to put measures in place urgently for safety reasons. These notices last 20 days
  • Temporary Orders – will often follow an Emergency Notice. These can last for up to 18 months
  • Experimental Orders – these are used when we feel that the measures could be retained permanently. They must be either be made permanent within 18 months or removed. Comments and objections are welcomed for the first six months of operation to help us decide
  • Permanent Orders – no changes on the road will be made until this Order is made permanent. Once a proposal is placed on this page and street notices have been put up, people have 3 weeks to provide us with comments and objections. These will help us to come to a decision on whether the Order should be made legal or whether the proposal needs changing. On occasion, the decision might be to not proceed with the proposal

You can read the government's new legislation covering this isThis came into force on 23 May 2020.

City Centre Social Distancing Schemes

The following Temporary Traffic Orders (TTROs) are proposed to allow us to widen footways in high footfall areas around the City Centre, in line with Government guidelines.

Experimental Traffic Orders

Proposed Traffic Orders

  • Proposed Traffic Regulation Orders are required to introduce new or remove existing restrictions on the highway. During the consultation period you can raise objections and comment on the proposals.

    You can comment or object to:

    • - Waiting Restrictions for 3  weeks after this notice
    • - Moving Orders for 3 weeks after this notice
    • - Speed Limit Orders for 4 weeks after this notice


    The consultation period starts on the advertising date. Proposals will be displayed here from the date of advertising.

  • City Centre, Car Parks and Windrush Way

    The order will introduce

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on parts of Fitzwilliam Street, Headford Street and Rockingham Street
    • - no loading at any time on part of Fitzwilliam Street
    • - Pay and Display Parking 8.00am to 8.30pm on part of Rockingham Street
    • - Off Street Pay and Display parking on Devonshire Green Car Park and Milton Street Car Park
    • - 20mph Speed Limit on Windrush Way
    • - prescribed left turn from Windrush Way to Wicker
    • - prohibited right-hand turn except buses and road cyclists from Windrush Way to Wicker

    The order will remove:

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on part of Rockingham Street
    • - Pay and Display Parking 8.00am to 8.30pm on part of Headford Street, Fitzwilliam Street; and Rockingham Street
    • - 20mph Speed Limit on Willey Street
    • - prescribed left turn from Willey Street to Wicker
    • - prohibited right-hand turn except buses and road cyclists from Willey Street to Wicker

     

  • Various Roads Sheffield - Outer

    The order will introduce:

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on parts of Bright Street, Britnall Street, Chippingham Street, Cookson Road, Greasbro Road, Milford Street, Napier Street and Wordsworth Avenue
    • - Pay and Display Parking 8.00am to 6.30pm on part of Napier Street
    • - loading only bay on part of Napier Street;
    • - no stopping on parts of Shepcote Lane and Wicker; 

    The notice will remove:

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on part of Cookswood Road and Shepcote Lane
    • - no waiting Monday to Saturdays 7.30am to 6.30pm on part of Shepcote Lane
    • - Permit Holders only bay on part of Southbourne Road
    • - no waiting and no loading Mondays to Fridays 7.30 to 9.30am and 4.00 to 6.30pm on part of Shepcote Lane
    • - no stopping on part of Wicker

     

  • Stannington, Various Roads

    The order will introduce:

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on parts of Graham Road, Little Norton Lane, Loxley Road, Park Avenue, Retford Road, Riverdale Road, Riverdale Road - junction with Graham Road, Stannington Road, Surbiton Street, Surbiton Street access road between units 1a and 4
    • - prohibition of waiting 8am to 4.30pm on part of Troutbeck Road
       

    And remove:

    • - prohibition of Waiting At Any Time on parts of Graham Road and Loxley Road/Stannington Road
    • -  no waiting Monday to Saturday 8am to 6.30pm on part of Retford Road
    • - waiting limited to 1 hour on parts of Loxley Road
    • - disabled badge holders only parking on parts of Langdon Street
       

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