Dear Westminster City Council,

Can you please confirm where if online and which newspaper(S) you advertise all your public notice, including planning TROS Path Diversion to name a few.

If your TROS are available online and if not do you have a list of consultees

Yours faithfully

angela

C Barnard, Westminster City Council

Information request
Our reference: 3393133

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C Barnard, Westminster City Council

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Dear Angela
 
Re. Freedom of Information Request 3393133
 
Thank you for your recent request to the Council. You asked to be provided
with the following information:
 

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Freedom of Information Act

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Dear Westminster City Council,

Can you please confirm where if online and which newspaper(S) you
advertise all your public notice, including planning TROS Path
Diversion to name a few.

If your TROS are available online and if not do you have a list of
consultees

 
Response – Clarification required
 
I am writing to ask you to clarify your request. This is because we need
further details from you in order to identify and locate the
information.Therefore I should be grateful if you would advise what TROS
is short for?
 
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receipt of the clarification) as defined by Act.
 
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prevent release of the information you have requested. There will be an
assessment and if any of the exemption categories apply then it cannot be
released. You will be informed if any exemptions apply.
 
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Yours faithfully
 
 
C Barnard
Westminster City Council
Knowledge & Information Management Team
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Dear C Barnard,

traffic regulation orders

Yours sincerely,

angela

C Barnard, Westminster City Council

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Dear Angela
 
Thank you for your request for information received on 14 March 2017.
 
Please find attached our response to your request.

If you are dissatisfied with your response please send your Internal
Review request to the email address below

[1][Westminster City Council request email]

 
Yours faithfully
 
 
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Knowledge & Information Management Team
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Dear C Barnard,

Thank you however it was all TROS and not just temporary so expermentail and premenant

Yours sincerely,

angela pollock

T Holden, Westminster City Council

Dear Angela,

Thank you for your email in respect of your recent FOI request. Please
find further information provided below.

Temporary Traffic Orders are not subject to any requirements for
consultation, unlike Permanent Orders. However, the City Council always
discusses proposals with relevant stakeholders and impacted parties to
ensure that works are co-ordinated and the impact of the Temporary Order
is minimised. In most cases this would include, TfL, London Buses, the
emergency services, and neighbouring Boroughs. For those of greater impact
then the local amenity societies and Councillors would be included in
discussions too.

Whilst these are not currently available online,  the council is looking
for this to be the case in the future.

In terms of other public notices see below:

Planning notices are published in the Fulham Gazette.

Further, if the term TTO is also meant to include TMO (Traffic Management
Orders) in relation to the creation of parking retractions then these are
advertised in the London Gazette.  E.g.
[1]https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/L-60...

As part of the statutory process for making Traffic Orders (as set out in
The Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales)
Regulations 1996), it is a requirement to consult with certain statutory
organisations, including the emergency services, Road Haulage Association,
Freight Transport Association and “…. such other organisations (if any)
representing persons likely to be affected by any provision in the order
as the order making authority thinks it appropriate to consult”.  The
standard list includes organisations such as the London Cycling Campaign,
the Licensed Taxi Drivers Association, the London Chamber of Commerce,
etc.

In addition and beyond the statutory requirements, the Council consults
relevant residents/amenity associations, individual frontages (including
shops, offices and domestic properties within a radius of 25 m of the
scheme) and Ward councillors.

Street notices are also erected in the vicinity of the area affected by
the proposals.  This is not a statutory requirement, but carried out as a
matter of course.

In the avoidance of doubt, temporary suspensions of Parking Bays may also
be included within the scope of the request.

Further information can be found on the council's website and a link is
included for your reference:
[2]https://www.westminster.gov.uk/suspensio....

Suspension generally do not require consolation or advertisement /
publication in the likes of the Gazette.  Instead notification is placed
within the vanity of the area affected and residents are encouraged to
check their bays each morning to ensure that no suspensions have been put
in place. If it’s a large scale suspension and will result in the removal
of a vast number of parking bays, then Council may write to the residents
affected, e.g. to enable them to make alternative provision for
parking.   

Yours sincerely,

Information Management Team

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Dear C Barnard,
Thank you however it was all TROS and not just temporary so expermentail
and premenant
Yours sincerely,
angela pollock

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