SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
The Quiet Lanes and Home Zones (England) Regulations 2006
NOTICE OF PROPOSALS TO DESIGNATE CERTAIN ROADS AS QUIET LANES
Suffolk County Council intends to designate the roads shown in the schedule below as Quiet Lanes as part of a county wide Quiet Lanes Suffolk project.
Quiet Lanes are designated as appropriate for shared use by walkers, horse riders, cyclists and other vehicle users, and are intended to enable users to enjoy country lanes in greater safety and encourage drivers to respect more vulnerable road users. Advisory signs are placed at each end of Quiet Lanes.
Full details of the extent of the roads affected, maps showing the lengths of road affected, and the Council’s reasons for these designations, can be viewed online at www.QuietLanesSuffolk.co.uk, provided via email following a request to George.Firth@suffolk.gov.uk, or in person by prior appointment at: Constantine House office, 5 Constantine Road, Ipswich, IP1 2DH. Appointments are to be made via the email address above.
Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposal should do so in writing by the end of 13 September 2021.
Email representations should be sent to George.Firth@suffolk.gov.uk or by post to George Firth, Disputes, Education & Employment Team, Constantine House, 5 Constantine Road, Ipswich, IP1 2DH.
Please note that any written representation will be publicly available for inspection.
Signed: David Chenery Date: 23 August 2021
Safety and Speed Management Engineer,
Growth, Highways and Infrastructure,
Suffolk County Council, Phoenix House, Ipswich, IP1 5NP
Stanton and Bardwell PARISH SCHEDULE
U6449: Bury Lane + U6452: Duke Street North + U6440: Wyken Rd + U8644: Glassfield Road
U6439: Daveys Lane + U6440: Wyken Road + U6441: Knox Lane + U8644: Glassfield Rd