Consultation on a Proposed Traffic Regulation Order by Peak District National Park Authority: (Leys Lane Prohibition of Mechanically Propelled Vehicles) Traffic Regulation Order 2013
Consultation start date: Thursday 12 September 2013
Consultation end date: Friday 25 October 2013
Information and documents
The Peak District National Park Authority is proposing to make a traffic regulation order to permanently exclude all vehicles along Leys Lane a 1km route leading to Longstone Edge from Great Longstone, near Bakewell.
A detailed explanation of why the Authority is proposing to make a permanent traffic regulation order as a means of managing the route is set out in the Statement of Reasons (Document 3 below).
Details of our proposals can be found here or may be viewed at Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AE from 8.45am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
How to comment
You can make comments directly using this online system by clicking the button at the bottom of this web page or you can write to Rights of Way at the above address.
Representations must be received by 5pm on 25 October 2013.
If you are writing to us please ensure you include as part of your representation:-
- your full name and your email address;
- whether you are representing your personal views or the views of an organisation;
- Whether your comments are in favour of the proposal, objecting to the proposal or are general comments. If your comments object to the proposal, please set out the grounds on which your objection is made.
Your response will form part of the background papers to the report to the Authority's Audit, Resources and Performance committee and be made available for public inspection in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Access to Information Act 1985.
All information contained in your response, including personal information, may be subject to publication or disclosure if requested under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
By providing personal information for the purpose of the public consultation exercise, it is understood that you consent to its disclosure and publication. If this is not the case, you should limit any personal information which is provided, or remove it completely.
If you wish for the information in your response to the consultation to be kept confidential, you should explain why as part of your response, although we cannot guarantee to do this. For more information on the Data Protection Act 1998 and how it applies to any personal information that you give us please refer to our Data Protection statement (41KB)
What happens next
Before any decision is taken whether to proceed with the making of a traffic regulation order on this route, the consultation responses will be considered by the Authority's Audit, Resources and Performance Committee. When the date of the Committee meeting is identified this will be shown on www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/troconsultations. Reports will be available the week before the meeting at www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/committees.
We will email to let you know of the decision using the contact details provided. Please let us know if your details change.
Updates will also be provided in the Rights of Ways Team newsletter on vehicles in the Peak District. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be added to our circulation list.
Information on recreational vehicle use in the National Park can be found at www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/vehicles.
Please click the button below to submit your commments.