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King Henry I Street - Replace a Taxi Rank

PO1 2PTPublished 14/03/24Expired
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1. Notice is hereby given that Portsmouth City Council proposes to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the Order would be to:
Replace a Taxi Rank (8am - 5pm, every day) with Pay and Display parking 8am - 6pm every day on King Henry I Street north side from the extended south-eastern kerbline of Spring Gardens, north-westwards for 15 metres.
2. The reasons for the proposals are that the taxi rank is currently under-used, and the space could better cater for visitors to the City Centre to allow them to utilise the space.
3. Copies of the draft Order, plan and Statement of Reasons are available to view on Portsmouth City Council’s website: Search "Traffic Regulation Orders 2024" at Alternatively, they can be viewed at the Civic Offices, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AL, Monday to Friday between 9am - 4pm. Printed copies can be obtained by calling 023 9268 8501.
4. Persons wishing to object to these proposals must do so by sending their representations to or by post to TRO team, Portsmouth City Council, Civic Offices, Portsmouth PO1 2NE, quoting ref TRO P022-24 within 21 days of the date of this Notice (i.e. by 4 April 2024) stating the grounds for the objection.
Under requirements of current access to information legislation, please note that all representations submitted in response to this Notice, may be made available for public inspection. Full details of the Council’s Data Protection privacy notice can be viewed on the website.
14 March 2024
Felicity Tidbury
Assistant Director for Transport
Economy, Planning and Transport

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