SCC: Proposes new traffic Calming Measures in Manor Road

SCC: Proposed new traffic Calming Measures in Manor Road

Surrey County Council (SCC)  has Proposed new traffic Calming Measures in Manor Road. Residents are now invited to review the plans and take part in a consultation before a final decision is reached. All public comments must be received by Friday 9th February 2024. SCC has advised that these traffic calming measures are intended to increase safety by reducing vehicle speeds on Manor Road. The proposals are for 6 new “flat-topped road tables” which in principle will be similar to the raised road table outside the co-op on Wharf Road.

Ash Parish News has created the above overview map based on the Plan provided within the Manor Road, Ash- Traffic Calming Proposals. The locations within the design are marked A-F in pink showing the proposed location of the traffic calming measures. Residents can also see these plans at the Ash Library, Ash Street, Ash, Surrey GU12 6LF, during normal opening hours.

Public consultation

To take part in the consultation/survey, you can visit the online survey or write to SCC.

Online: 
https://www.surreysays.co.uk/environment-and-infrastructure/manor-road-ash-traffic-calming-proposals/consultation

In Writing:
Traffic Regulation Orders Team,
Hazel House, Merrow Lane,
Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ

Public Notice: Surrey County Council Proposed Traffic Calming Measures in Manor Road (C17) Ash

Surrey County Council in exercise of their powers under Section 90(A) to (I) inclusive of the Highways Act 1980 propose to introduce a series of physical measures to improve safety and reduce vehicle speeds in Manor Road (C17) Ash, as follows. Flat topped road tables in the following locations, measured from the centre of the table: –

(1) At the common property boundary of Nos. 130 and 132;
(2)1.7m north of the common property boundary of Nos. 116 and 118;
(3) 1.8m north of the common property boundary of No. 102 Manor Road and No. 61 Kings Avenue;
(4) At the common property boundary of Nos. 68 and 70;
(5) 2m south of the common property boundary of Ash Manor School and Ash Manor House;
(6) 1m north-east of the southern property boundary of the property named“Toulouse”.

The flat tops of the road tables will be 7.5m long with 1.5m ramps (1:20 gradient) and will rise to 75mm in height. The tables numbered 1, 3, 4, and 5 will have a tapered edge, while those numbered 2 and 6 will extend across the full width of the road.

A copy of the plan showing the location of the proposed road tables may be viewed on-line at  www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/policies-plans- consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Manor Road, Ash, traffic calming proposal), or (1) at Ash Library, Ash Street, Ash, Surrey GU12 6LF, during normal opening hours, and at (2) Reception, Surrey County Council, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ, by appointment only. If you wish to object to, or make representations about, the

proposal you must send them in writing, stating the grounds on which they are made, (1) using the online form via the webpage quoted above; or (2) to the undersigned, at Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ, by 9 February 2024.

Lucy Monie – Director – Highways & Transport
Environment, Infrastructure & Growth
Date: 12 January 2024

Enquiries to: Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ, Tel: 0300 200 1003

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