Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge

TRO consultations

Narrow country road surround by fields and deciduous woodland

The Authority's strategy and procedure sets out how we will manage the use of green lanes by recreational motorised vehicles and identifies when action will be taken, including the use of Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) where appropriate.

Completed Consultations

Chapel Gate, Edale/Chapel-en-le-Frith - A TRO has been made on this route.

Long Causeway, Outseats/Sheffield - A TRO has been made on this route.

The Roych, Chapel-en-le-Frith - A TRO has been made on this route.

Leys Lane, Little Longstone - A TRO has been made on this route.

Derby Lane, Monyash - A TRO has been made on this route.

Washgate, Hollinsclough - A TRO has been made on this route.

Wetton Hills - A TRO has been made on this route.

How to get involved

The consultation process has two stages.

Stage 1: Statutory bodies (including highway authorities, parish councils and organisations representing recreational users and others) are consulted. Their views are reported to the Authority's Programmes and Resources Committee.

Stage 2: If the committee decides to proceed with the making of a traffic regulation order, there is a six-week public consultation, which will be advertised following preparation of a proposal and draft order.

List of consultees

  • Highway Authority
  • Fire & Rescue Authority
  • NHS Trust
  • Police Authority
  • Parish Council
  • Local Access Forum
  • Auto Cycle Union
  • British Driving Society
  • British Horse Society
  • Byways and Bridleways Trust
  • Open Spaces Society
  • Ramblers Association
  • Cycling UK
  • Land Access and Recreation Association
  • Natural England
  • Campaign to Protect Rural England – Friends of the Peak District
  • National Farmers Union
  • Country Land and Business Association
  • Council for National Parks
  • Trail Riders Fellowship
  • Green Lanes Association
  • Peak and Derbyshire Vehicles User Group
  • Peak and Northern Footpaths Society
  • Peak Horsepower
  • Peak District Green Lanes Alliance
  • Countryside Access for the Less Mobile
  • Association Peak Trail Riders

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