Statutory Consultation Daltongate and Thomas Way Proposed "No Waiting at Any Time" and "No Waiting at Any Time No Loading/Unloading At Any Time"

Closed 9 Apr 2020

Opened 23 Mar 2020


The County Council has been requested, by Councillor James Airey, to design and consult upon a safety scheme encompassing Daltongate, Ulverston for consultation and advertising from Thursday 19th March 2020. I am writing to inform you of the proposals and to allow you to comment or object before a decision on the final scheme and whether to implement the restrictions is made. This statutory consultation gives you the opportunity to make your comments for consideration in the final decision.  The consultation and objection period is 21 days and the deadline for replies is Thursday 09th April 2020.

Please find enclosed the following documents:

  • Statement of reasons for the proposals
  • Statutory notices
  • Plan of the proposals

Why your views matter

Reason for restriction

Parking arrangements along Daltongate have been in place for a lot of years and have been considered for a review. Concerns have been raised regarding parked vehicles causing obstruction on sections of the above road. This can make it difficult for residents, as well as refuse vehicles and emergency services, to pass through. “No Waiting at Any Time” (double yellow lines) restrictions are proposed to assist accessibility and traffic flow safety.


When will the proposal be finalised and implemented on the ground?

Following advertising and consultation on the proposal, a report will be prepared to go before the County Council Local Committee for South Lakeland.  It is hoped that it will be reported to the Local Committee meeting in May 2020. The Committee will make the final decision as to what will be implemented. We will endeavour to inform you of the Committee decision in due course. If the Committee agree to implement the proposal, the making of the traffic order and the placing of signs and markings should take place within a 3 to 4 month period after the decision.


How to respond?

Please respond by email or letter, which must include full name and address. This will enable us to check responses and help to analyse responses. They can be posted back to the address on the top of this page, or handed to Cumbria Highways at County Hall Reception, Kendal, or emailed to

What happens next

The last date for feedback to be received is Thursday 9th April 2020. Please note that names and addresses will be kept confidential and no specific references will be made to particular respondents in any subsequent reporting.


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  • Anyone from any background


  • Roads & highways