Make sure you follow the government's latest coronavirus guidelines.
Permanent traffic regulation order notices will continue to be published in the press. Those notices will guide people to the website for more information. In addition, you can email email@example.com for a copy of the documents.
Where possible, notices may also be posted to affected properties, or erected on site. Where a person may be in self isolation, or without web access, we'd encourage neighbours and relatives to email on their behalf.
Most permanent traffic regulation orders are submitted by local councillors make road users safer, prevent damage to roads or buildings, and improve the flow of traffic.
Contact your local county councillor. We'll decide whether the request is necessary and legal.
Anyone can object to or support an order, the engineer will try and resolve any objections. The engineer's contact details are in the regulation orders.
A senior director will make the final decision. This will make it legally enforceable by the police or district and borough councils.
We'll then make a decision whether to make them permanent or not.