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The National Park Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England) Regulations 2007

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART 2

    1. 3.Scope of this Part

    2. 4.Consultation before publication of proposals

    3. 5.Publication of proposals

    4. 6.Inspection of documents

    5. 7.Representations

    6. 8.Holding a public inquiry

    7. 9.Notice of public inquiry

    8. 10.Procedure at a public inquiry

    9. 11.Making the order

    10. 12.Orders containing modifications to the proposed order

    11. 13.Orders implementing the proposed order in part

    12. 14.Action after making

    13. 15.Traffic signs

    14. 16.Orders continuing the effect of experimental traffic orders

  4. PART 3

    1. 17.Scope of this Part

    2. 18.Experimental traffic orders

  5. PART 4

    1. 19.Scope of this Part

    2. 20.Consultation

    3. 21.Notice of making temporary order

    4. 22.Notices to be displayed on road

    5. 23.Continuation of order by direction of the Secretary of State

  6. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Persons to be consulted before publishing a notice of proposals in relation to a traffic regulation order, or before making an experimental traffic order

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Details to be included in notices

      1. PART 1 Details to be included in a notice of proposals

        1. 1.The name of the National Park authority.

        2. 2.The title of the proposed order.

        3. 3.A brief statement of the general nature and effect of...

        4. 4.The name or a brief description of the road to...

        5. 5.A statement that documents giving further details of the proposed...

        6. 6.A statement that all representations relating to the order must...

        7. 7.The date by which representations must be made and the...

      2. PART 2 Details to be included in a notice of a public inquiry

        1. 1.The name of the National Park authority.

        2. 2.The title of the proposed order.

        3. 3.A brief statement of the general nature and effect of...

        4. 4.The name or a brief description of the road to...

        5. 5.A statement which refers to the notice of proposals for...

        6. 6.The date, time and place of the inquiry and the...

        7. 7.A statement that documents giving further details of the proposed...

        8. 8.The address to which any written representations for consideration by...

      3. PART 3 Details to be included in a notice of making

        1. 1.The name of the National Park authority.

        2. 2.The title of the order.

        3. 3.A brief statement of the general nature and effect of...

        4. 4.The name or a brief description of the road and,...

        5. 5.A statement that documents giving further details of the order...

        6. 6.The date on which the order is to come into...

        7. 7.Where the notice relates to an experimental traffic order, statements—...

  7. Explanatory Note

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