DARLINGTON BOROUGH COONCIL EXPERIMENTAL ORDER No.2 2021 MODIFICATION ORDER N0.1Notice ID: BRA2133279
DARLINGTON BOROUGH COONCIL EXPERIMENTAL ORDER No.2 2021 MODIFICATION ORDER N0.1
On the 5th April 2021 Darlington Borough Council gave notice that it had made the Darlington Borough Council Experimental Order No.2 2021 ('the Order') introducing the following restriction pursuant to sections 9 and10 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ('the Act'):
All motor vehicles shall be prohibited from proceeding along the following length of road Monday to Saturday 10am to 10pm on each day; and Sunday 10.30am to 10pm: Skinnergate - from its junction with Duke Street southwards to its junction with Blackwellgate (exemptions are listed in the Order).
Pursuant to Article 4 of the Order and section 10(2) of the Act the Council now gives notice that it has, on the 2nd July 2021, modified the Order by introducing the above restriction to the entire lengths of the following highways - Bucktons Yard, Clarks Yard and Mechanics Yard. This will come into operation on the 16th July 2021. Copies of the Orders, statements of the Council's reasons for making the Orders and plans may be viewed at
Copies may also be requested by phoning 01325-405492; or by writing to the Assistant Director - Law and Governance, Darlington Borough Council, Town Hall, Darlington DL1 5QT (ref: AE); or by email@example.com
. An appointment to view the documents in person at the Darlington Town Hall may be booked in the same way. The experimental period will still expire 18 months from the making of the Order, unless suspended earlier and, within this time, the Council will consider if the provisions of the Order should be continued in force indefinitely. As the Order has been modified the objection period is extended and objections to the indefinite continuation of these restrictions must be received by the 16th January 2022. Such objections should be sent in writing to the Assistant Director - Law and Governance (ref AE), Darlington Borough Council, Town Hall, Darlington DL1 5QT or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
stating the grounds upon which the objection is made. If any person wishes to question the validity of the Order or any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Act or that any requirement of the Act or of any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may within six weeks from the date of this Notice apply for that purpose to the High Court.
9th July 2021
Assistant Director - Law and Governance