Proposed New Parking Regs for Saltburn

These are the details for the new proposed restrictions/waiting times/new parking places for Saltburn due to be published for consultation in the Gazette next week. All comments positive or negative welcome, officially or unofficially. The official deadline for objections is 4 Feb to Emma.Garbutt@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL

(SALTBURN, MARSKE AND NEW MARSKE)

(WAITING AND LOADING AND PARKING PLACES)

(CONSOLIDATION)AMENDMENT ORDER NO 1 2019

 

The Council proposes to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to amend the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council (Saltburn, Marske and New Marske)(Waiting and Loading and Parking Places)(Consolidation) Order 2003 as follows:-

 

 

a)        Create a new Schedule 2.8 Limited waiting 3 hours no return within 3 hours 

 

b)        Insert the following  into Schedule  2.8 Limited Waiting 3 hours no return within 3 hours

 

Dundas Street East Saltburn

1. North Side from a point 52 metres east of its junction with Station Square for a distance of 42 metres in a westerly direction.
2. South Side 13 metres from its junction with Station Square for a distance of 28 metres in an easterly direction.

Dundas Street West Saltburn

1. North Side from a point 10 metres east of its junction with Station Square for a distance of 75 metres in a westerly direction. 
2. South Side from a point 7 metres west from its junction with Bath Street for a distance of 52 metres in a westerly direction.

Station Square Saltburn

1. South side from its junction with Station Street for a distance of 19 metres in a westerly direction
2. South east side from its junction with Station Street for a distance of 12 metres in an easterly direction

Station Street Saltburn

Inner side from a point 22 metres north of its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 48.5 metres

 

Milton Street Saltburn

1. North Side 10 metres from its junction with Amber Street for a distance of 30 metres in a westerly direction.
2. North Side 10 metres from its junction with Pearl Street for a distance of 32 metres in a westerly direction.
3. North Side 18 metres from its junction with Diamond Street for a distance of 18 metres in a westerly direction.
4. North Side 10 metres from its junction with Emerald Street for a distance of 24 metres in a westerly direction.
5. South Side 10 metres east of the entrance / exit to the supermarket car park for a distance of 122 metres in an easterly direction.
6. North Side from a point 5 metres from its junction with Garnet Street for a distance of 12 metres in an easterly direction.
7. North side from a point 5 metres from its junction with Ruby Street for a distance of 12 metres in a westerly direction.

Station Street Saltburn

1. West Side from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 22 metres in a northerly direction.
2. East Side from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 20 metres in a northerly direction.

c) Create a new Schedule 2.9 Seasonal Limited Waiting 1st May to 30th September  4 hours no return within 2 hours 

 

d) Insert the following into  Schedule 2.9 Seasonal Limited Waiting 1st May to 30th September  4 hours no return within 2 hours

 

Marine Parade Saltburn

North Side from a point 140 metres from its junction A174 Saltburn bank / Saltburn Road for a distance of 390 metres in a northerly then westerly direction.

 

e)  Delete  the following from Schedule 7.5 Saltburn Limited Waiting Mon – Sat 8am -6pm 2 hrs no return within 2 hrs

 

Station Square

South side from its junction with Station Street for a distance of 19 metres in a westerly direction.

Station Square

South East from its junction with Station Street for a distance of 12 metres in an easterly direction.

Station Street

Inner Side from a point 22 metres north of its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 48.5 metres.

f) Create a new Schedule 9.9  Bus / Coach Parking Place 9am – 5pm

 

g) Insert the following into Schedule 9.9 Bus/Coach Parking Place 9am-5pm 

 

Glenside Saltburn 

From a point 104 metres south of its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 35 metres in a southerly direction.

 

 

h) Insert the following into Schedule 3.4 Saltburn No Loading at anytime

 

Saltburn Lane

Both sides from its junction with A174 Saltburn Road southwards to a point 5 metres south of the southern flank wall of Toll Bridge Cottage for approx. 450 metres.

Windsor Road

South side from its junction with Albion Terrace for a distance of 15 metres in an easterly direction. 

Albion Terrace

Both sides from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction. 

Marine Parade

From a point 60 metres from its junction with Amber Street for a distance of 35 metres in an easterly then southerly direction.

Rear Hilda Place

Eastside from its junction with Windsor Road to its junction with Burton Terrace

Milton Street

South side from a point 10 metres east of the projected centre line of Pearl Street for a distance of 25 metres in an easterly direction.

 

i) Delete  the following from  Schedule 1.00  New Marske no waiting at anytime

 

Gurney Street 

South east from its junction with Dale Street for a distance of 13 metres in a southerly direction

 

j) Insert the following  into Schedule 1.00 New Marske no waiting at anytime

 

 

Turnberry Drive

Both sides from its junction with Lindrick Road for a distance of 10 metres in a southerly direction.

Gurney Street

South east from its junction with Dale Street for a distance of 18 metres in a southerly direction

 

 

k) Delete the following  from Schedule 1.00 Saltburn no waiting at anytime

 

Milton Street

North side from its junction with Coral Street for a distance of 10 metres in a westerly direction.

Milton Street

North side from its junction with Coral Street for a distance of 10 metres in an easterly direction an 10 metres in westerly direction.

Coral Street

Both sides from its junction with Milton Street for a distance of 10 metres in a northerly direction.

Milton Street

1. North side from its junction with Marine Parade to point 10 metres from its junction with Coral Street.
2. South side from its junction with Marine Parade to point 10 metres from the exit to the supermarket.

 

 

 

 

 

l)  Insert the following into Schedule 1.00 Saltburn No waiting at anytime 

 

Ruskin Ave

Both sides from its junction with Marske Road for a distance of 10 metres in a northerly direction.

The Chine

Both Sides from its junction with Marske Road for a distance of 10 metres in a northerly direction.

Windsor Road

1. South Side from a point 65 metres from its junction with Princes Road for a distance of 60 metres in a westerly direction.
2. South side from its junction with Glenside for a distance of 20 metres in a westerly direction.
3. North Side from a point 77 metres from its junction with Exeter Street to its junction with Bristol Ave.
4. North Side from its junction with Bristol Ave to its junction with Hilda Place.

Marske Road

North Side from its junction with Ruskin Avenue for a distance of 10 metres in an easterly direction.

Glenside

Both sides from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 5 metres in a westerly direction.

Rear Hilda Place

Eastside from its junction with Windsor Road to its junction with Burton Terrace

Tweed Street

Both sides from its junction with Albion Terrace for a distance of 5 metres in a westerly direction.

Macnay Street

1. Both sides from its junction from its junction with Cambridge Street for a distance of 10 metres in a northerly direction.
2. Eastside from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 10 metres in a southerly direction.

Marine Parade

Both sides from its junction with Milton Street for a distance of 50 metres in a northerly direction.

Coral Street

Both sides from its junction with Marine Parade for a distance of 5 metres in a southerly direction.

Garnet Street

Both sides from its junction with Marine Parade for a distance of 10 metres in a southerly direction.

Marine Parade

From a point 60 metres from its junction with Amber Street for a distance of 35 metres in an easterly then southerly direction towards Alexandra House.

Upleatham Street

Both sides from its junction with Windsor Road for a distance of 5 metres in a southerly direction.

 

 

Milton Street

1. North side from its junction with Marine Parade to a point 20 metres from its junction with Coral Street.
2. South side from its junction with Marine Parade to a point 30 metres from the exit to the supermarket. 
3. North Side from a point 168 metres from its junction with Marine Parade for a distance of 60 metres in a westerly direction.
4. South side from a point 168 metres from its junction with Marine Parade for a distance of 165 metres in a westerly direction.
5. Rear Alleyway Ruby / Garnet Street both sides from its junction with Milton Street for a distance of 5 metres in a northerly direction. 

 

 

 

m) Insert the following into Schedule 1.00 New Marske no waiting at anytime

 

 

Turnberry Way

Both sides from its junction with Lindrick Road for a distance of 10 metres in a southerly direction.

 

Full details of the proposals are contained in a draft order, which, together with a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order may be examines at the offices of the Director of Corporate Resources below.

 

If you wish to object to the proposed order you should send the grounds of your objection in writing or by email to the undersigned for the attention of Emma Garbutt (emma.garbutt@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk) by 4.2.19.

 

J Sampson, Corporate Director for Resources, Redcar and Cleveland House, Kirkleatham Street, Redcar TS10 1RT. 

 

 

 

013037 / 00476922

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24 thoughts on “Proposed New Parking Regs for Saltburn

  1. Is there a problem with parking on Station Square to warrant this? I live slap bang in the middle of the proposed restrictions and have never had a problem parking. Sounds like I’m going to have problems if they introduce the above though.

  2. The impact of these new parking restrictions is going to mean that vehicles are going to park in Bath St, Exeter St and Bristol Ave.
    These streets are already congested to the point that residents have to search out places to park their own vehicles.

    1. I agree Mike. People use Dundas St to park their cars and use the train or go to a place of work within the town. These restrictions will now push people into parking in the already busy residential streets. Will residents of the streets be exempt of the restrictions?

    2. As a buisness owner on milton street and a resident of milton street. My staff and I would have no choice but to park on the over crowded jewel streets alongside the residents of the jewel streets and the visitors who already flock to said streets. These proposals would have a significant negative impact on my family and my business .

      1. I hope you’ll put these comments into the consultation. Also, the argument has been put to me that the priority is that your customers can park. In your opinion, is this a good argument please?

    3. I agree Mike. Parking can be difficult on
      Bristol Avenue now. Even more so in the summer when people park up and head down to the beach for the day. People also park here (sometimes for several days) when getting the train elsewhere. If times are restricted elsewhere then visitors will be more likely to use these streets.

  3. I can only envisage this will inconvenience Saltburn residents. Surely most people are in and out of the town within an hour or so anyway. On really busy days the Park and Ride system could be extended and/or people encouraged to travel into the town by public transport. Nobody wants this.

  4. All of the above is fine and dandy, but is it going to be (1) enforced & (2) adhered too by people visiting Saltburn. If Loftus is anything to go by then both (1) & (2) will count for nothing as Loftus never see’s any Council Enforcement Team and most in Loftus disregard all Parking Restrictions on a regular basis.

  5. Limiting parking on Marine Parade to four hours will mean those who have to park all day, because they live in a property on Marine Parade, or are visiting for a full day, will have to park elsewhere, Jewel Streets will suffer. Sounds a pointless and counter productive enforcement that will end in parking permits. As we know, six years ago all this was rejected by Saltburn residents for very valid reasons.

  6. Saltburn already has an underutilised parking area – Sainsburys car park. Has the council considered approaching them to see if they are willing to rent part of the car park to the council. This could be used as a pay and display with perhaps up to 30/60 minutes free parking. The revenue to be used to cover the rental cost.
    Living on the border of the proposed restriction area it seems inevitable that it will become increasingly difficult to park as the cars will just pushed outwards, you need to create extra space that people can actually use.

  7. Thanks for the comments – keep them coming, I will reply soon – I’m reading Cabinet reports tonight on Schools Budgets, School Admissions, a New Safeguarding Hub for Children, and Education Results.

  8. There are some positive aspects to these proposals, and some thought has obviously gone into them. I’d like to add a suggestion though – to keep residents of affected streets happy – free parking permits, say two per household. I lived in Kettering when similar proposals came into force and it was awful. There were endless complaints until residents got permits. People had to park half a mile from their front door, visiting friends and family had to pay to park or do the parking-spot-dance… looking out the windows every five minutes, then “Quick Aunt Doris!! There’s a space outside number 45!!! I’ll lie down in it, you get the Espace!!!” which was not as much fun as it sounds.

  9. I live and park on Milton Street. I pay enough in excessive rent and council tax without having to move my car around every few hours. If this goes ahead I’ll be leaving Saltburn as I’m sure will many others. There is a huge, barely used car park on Milton Street already but you’d rather disrupt residents than your precious supermarket chain. You’re taking the absolute mick out of the residents. I rarely have trouble parking but if this goes ahead I definitely will! Expect protests ‘cos the residents won’t stand for this rubbish. Believe me.

  10. Why has turnberry drive been mentioned for a no parking zone? The problem lies with with people parking on lindrick road right up to turnberry drive so cars have to dangerously edge out of turnberry drive, the no parking zone should be on lindrick either side of turnberry.
    These comments were made to the local councillor vera who may have misunderstood

  11. It’s hard enough for residents of Bath Street, Exeter Street and Bristol Avenue to find parking spaces especially Bath Street which is overused and full of visitors to Huntcliff Surgery and Moore’s Garage. If restrictions are enforced on Dundas Street people will park on the streets making it impossible for residents to park. The council should be promoting and encouraging the use of Park and Ride and public transport and maybe Northern Rail could capitalise on this and maybe use 3 carriages!!

  12. Hi, I live on Marine Parade and although sometimes have to jiggle about when parking, at the moment I and quite a few of my neighbours find that the new restrictions will cause no end of confusion…but one question is what happens if one of us (residents ) wish to go away on holiday and leave our car outside (or near to) our house ?? Is there really any need for this proposal …Nearly forgot wonder where the staff/guests of the SPA are going to park ,we regularly have about a dozen parking daily along here

  13. I visit Saltburn regularly with my family . May be we have just missed the survey where people have been asked How long we spend in Saltburn or How much money we spend in Saltburn. I am happy to park away from the beach and walk through the town centre. Why are the council not looking at long term plans. Looking for ideas to increase parking in Saltburn to keep this little gem of a town thriving. A big sign ” Beach and Cleveland Way Parking ” directing visitors to a car park design for just that VISITORS . Surely the council could find a piece of land and a long term solution. DON’T KILL SALTBURN OFF.

  14. FromSheila-stop this ludicrous idea now , bet u on the planning committee don’t live in the streets,we pay good rates to live here!

  15. Hi, just been down on lower prom and the guy who rents out the beach huts didn’t seem to know any details about the parking, which would obviously have a serious effect on his business (ie who wants to hire a beach hut for 3 hours ? ) I expect the parking would effect a lot of the lower prom people and the amount of people using the newly refurbished Cliff Lift, If you are visiting the beach with children it would be for the day. Why has there not been a public consultation period where we can air our views before the TO was advertised in the Gazette ??

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