Addenbrookes / Biomedical Campus - Traffic Regulation Order

Richard Taylor made this Freedom of Information request to Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

Could you please either confirm that "The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 35A) Order 2010" dated the 7th of October 2010 as released via:

is the current traffic regulation order covering the restriction on driving through the Addenbrookes / Biomedical campus in Cambridge or release the current order.



Richard Taylor

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For background to this request see:

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Richard

Re: Freedom of Information Request ref 7856

Thank you for your email of 22nd May in which you requested information about Consolidation Orders.

Your request will be dealt with in line with the Freedom of Information Act and its regulations. In accordance with the Act, the Council aims to respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance by 20th June.

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David Price - Information Management Analyst
Business Intelligence Team – Information and Records
Tel. 01223 743881, Email: [Cambridgeshire County Council request email]
Box No. OCT1224, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3 0AP

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Richard Taylor left an annotation ()

In a FOI response published at:

Cambridgeshire Police stated:

"We have not enforced along this stretch of road during the timeframe mentioned due to issues with the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) which limits the speed and usage of this stretch of road."

This request is looking to see if the Traffic Regulation Order has been amended.

Rutangye Cathryn, Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Richard Taylor,


Re: Freedom of Information Requests ref: 7856


I write with reference to your email received 22nd May 2017 regarding “TRO
relating to Addenbrooke's/Biomedical Campus”.


We have considered your request under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act. Our response is attached as file FOI_7856_RES and
appendix FOI_7856_APP1.


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Richard Taylor left an annotation ()

There appears to have been only a minor change of a road name; the latest order uses “Dame Mary Archer Way” rather than “Southern Access/Perimeter Road”.