Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge

TRO consultations

Narrow country road surround by fields and deciduous woodland

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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