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Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Jersey) Order 2000

Official Consolidated Version

This is an official version of consolidated legislation compiled and issued under the authority of the Legislation (Jersey) Law 2021.

 

25.550.64

 

Showing the law from 20 February 2021 to Current

 



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Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Jersey) Order 2000

Article

INTRODUCTORY  7

1                 Application. 7

2                 Interpretation. 7

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION   8

3                 One-way traffic. 8

4                 Prohibition or restriction of turns. 8

5                 Prohibition of waiting and stopping. 8

6                 Waiting and stopping – savings. 9

6A              Roads closed to through traffic. 10

7                 Driving and stationing of certain vehicles. 10

LIMIT ON PARKING   11

7A              Parking of vehicles displaying parking discs etc. 11

8                 Duration of parking on certain roads. 12

MISCELLANEOUS  12

9                 Citation. 12

PART 1  13

One-way traffic routes  13

PART 2  15

One-way traffic routes for chars-à-banc   15

PART 3  15

One-way traffic routes for vehicles exceeding 6 feet 6 inches in width   15

PROHIBITION OR RESTRICTION OF TURNS  16

PART 1  16

Prohibition of turns  16

PART 2  16

Prohibition of right-hand turns  16

PART 3  16

Prohibition of left-hand turns  16

PART 1  17

Prohibition of waiting   17

PART 2  23

Prohibition of loading and unloading   23

ROADS CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC   24

PART 1  25

Roads not to be used by chars-à-banc   25

PART 2  25

Roads not to be used by vehicles exceeding 6 feet 6 inches in width   25

Duration of parking on certain roads  27

part 1  28

disc parking up to 2 hours  28

part 1A   28

disc parking up to 2 hours between 9.00 A.M. AND 3.00 P.M. 28

part 2  29

disc parking up to 3 hours  29

Table of Legislation History. 30

Table of Renumbered Provisions. 31

Table of Endnote References. 31

 


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Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Jersey) Order 2000

THE ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC SERVICES COMMITTEE, in pursuance of Articles 62 and 84 of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956 and after consultation with the Connétable of St. Saviour, orders as follows –

Commencement [see endnotes]

PART 1

INTRODUCTORY

1        Application

This Order applies to the roads in the parish of St. Saviour.

2        Interpretation

(1)     In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires –

Connétable” means the Connétable of St. Saviour;

“Motor Traffic Law” means the Motor Traffic (Jersey) Law 1935;

“road” includes part of a road.

(2)     Unless the context otherwise requires, a reference in this Order to an enactment (including an enactment of the United Kingdom) is a reference to that enactment as amended from time to time and includes a reference to that enactment as extended or applied under another enactment.

PART 2

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION

3        One-way traffic

(1)     A vehicle shall not be driven on a road specified in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 except in the direction specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

(2)     Unless it is a char-à-banc in the course of providing a service that consists of carrying students to or from school, a char-à-banc shall not be driven on a road specified in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 1 except in the direction specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

(3)     A vehicle with a width that exceeds 6 feet 6 inches shall not be driven on a road specified in column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 1 except in the direction specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

(4)     Paragraph 3 does not apply to –

(a)     a vehicle engaged in mechanical road sweeping or gulley emptying;

(b)     an omnibus in the course of providing a service authorized by a omnibus service licence granted under Article 19 of the Motor Traffic Law;

(c)     a vehicle being used for fire brigade, ambulance, police or other emergency purposes;

(d)     a char-à-banc in the course of providing a service that consists of carrying students to or from school.

4        Prohibition or restriction of turns

(1)     A vehicle shall not be driven from a road specified in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 2 onto a road specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

(2)     A vehicle shall not be driven so as to make a right-hand turn from a road specified in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 onto a road specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

(3)     A vehicle shall not be driven so as to make a left-hand turn from a road specified in column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 2 onto a road specified opposite that road in column 2 of that Part.

5        Prohibition of waiting and stopping

(1)     A vehicle shall not wait on a road specified in columns 1 and 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 3.

(2)     A vehicle shall not wait on a road within 10 yards of its junction with another road.

(3)     A vehicle shall not stop on a part of a road that is authorized under Article 37 of the Motor Traffic Law as a stand for public service vehicles unless it is a public service vehicle of the appropriate class.

(4)     A vehicle shall not wait on a part of a road that has been designated by the Connétable as a no waiting area for the purpose of allowing access to premises from that part of that road.

(5)     A vehicle shall not wait on a part of a road that has been set aside for the delivery or collection of goods or merchandise unless it is a vehicle being used to deliver or collect goods or merchandise.

(6)     A vehicle being used to deliver or collect goods or merchandise shall not wait to be loaded or unloaded on a road specified in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 3 between the hours specified in column 2 of that Part.

(7)     In this Article “waiting” does not include stopping a vehicle to set down or pick up passengers.

6        Waiting and stopping – savings

Article 5 shall not apply –

(a)     to a vehicle while it is being used for fire brigade, ambulance, police or other emergency purpose;

(b)     to a public service vehicle that is waiting on a part of a road that is authorized in accordance with Article 37 of the Motor Traffic Law as a stand for public service vehicles;

(c)     to a vehicle that is necessarily waiting on a road while there is being opened or closed a gate or other barrier at the entrance to premises to which the vehicle requires access or from which it has emerged;

(d)     to a vehicle that is waiting on a road on the express direction or with the specific permission of a police officer;

(e)     to a vehicle that has stopped on a road because it is prevented from proceeding by circumstances beyond its driver’s control;

(f)      to a vehicle that has stopped on a road to avoid an accident;

(g)     to a vehicle that is necessarily waiting on a road to enable it to be used in connection with –

(i)      a building operation or demolition work,

(ii)      the removal of an obstruction or potential obstruction to traffic,

(iii)     the maintenance, improvement or reconstruction of that road, or

(iv)     the erection, laying, placing, maintenance, testing, alteration, repair or removal of a structure, works or apparatus, in, on, under or over that road;

(h)     to a vehicle that is being used to deliver or collect postal packets as defined in Article 1 of the Post Office (Jersey) Law 1969;

(i)      to a vehicle that is necessarily waiting on a road to enable it to be used to collect household refuse or to clean a cesspool.

6A     Roads closed to through traffic[1]

No vehicle shall be driven on a road specified in column 1 of Schedule 3A during the times prescribed in relation to that road in column 2 of that Schedule, except –

(a)     for the purpose of delivering or collecting a person or goods or merchandise to or from any premises situated on or adjacent to that road;

(b)     to or from a place on that road set aside under this Order for the parking of vehicles;

(c)     to or from premises having a means of vehicular access from that road;

(d)     a vehicle engaged in mechanical road sweeping or road gully cleaning; or

(e)     if the vehicle is a bicycle.

7        Driving and stationing of certain vehicles

(1)     A char-à-banc shall not be driven on a road specified in columns 1 and 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 4 except with the written permission of the Connétable or on the express direction of a police officer.

(2)     A char-à-banc shall not be stationed on a road except with the written permission of the Connétable.

(3)     A cab shall not be stationed on a road except on the express direction of a police officer.

(4)     Paragraph (3) shall not apply to the stationing of a controlled taxi-cab on a taxi rank as defined in the Motor Traffic (Taxi-Cabs - General) (Jersey) Order 2002.

(5)     A vehicle with a width that exceeds 6 feet 6 inches shall not be driven on a road specified in columns 1 and 2 of Part 2 of Schedule 4 unless –

(a)     it is being used for fire brigade, ambulance, police or other emergency purpose;

(b)     it is being driven to or from premises situated on or adjacent to that road; or

(c)     it is a vehicle engaged in refuse collection, mechanical road sweeping or road gully cleaning.

(6)     In this Article, “cab” and “char-à-banc” have the same respective meanings as in the Motor Traffic Law.

PART 3

LIMIT ON PARKING

7A     Parking of vehicles displaying parking discs etc.[2]

(1)     A person shall not park a vehicle on a road or part of a road listed in Schedule 6 –

(a)     without displaying a parking disc or a parking card in accordance with paragraph (3); and

(b)     in the case of a road or part of a road listed –

(i)      in Part 1 of Schedule 6, for a period in excess of 2 hours,

(ia)     in Part 1A of Schedule 6, at any time other than for a period not exceeding 2 hours between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m., or

(ii)      in Part 2 of Schedule 6, for a period in excess of 3 hours.[3]

(2)     A vehicle that has been parked on a road specified in Schedule 6 shall not be parked in any part of the same road within one hour after the expiry of the period permitted under paragraph (1).

(3)     When a vehicle is parked on a road specified in Schedule 6, a parking disc or parking card, indicating the time at which the vehicle arrived there, shall be displayed against the internal face of the windscreen of the vehicle, or, if the vehicle has no windscreen, at a convenient place on the left or near side of the vehicle, in such a manner that the arrival time of the vehicle may be distinctly seen by any person outside the vehicle.

(4)     When a vehicle is parked on a road specified in Schedule 6, no person shall –

(a)     display more than one parking disc or parking card on the vehicle;

(b)     indicate on the parking disc or parking card a time different from that at which the vehicle was parked;

(c)     alter the time of arrival indicated on a parking disc whilst the vehicle is parked on that road.

(5)     In this Article –

“parking” means leaving a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, between the hours of 8.00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. on any day other than a Sunday, and includes stopping a vehicle to load or unload goods or merchandise, but does not include stopping a vehicle to set down or pick up passengers;

“parking card” means a device of a type and design approved by the Minister under Article 64 of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956;

“parking disc” means a parking disc of the kind described in Article 19 of the Road Traffic (St. Helier) (Jersey) Order 1996.

8        Duration of parking on certain roads

A vehicle shall not be parked on a road specified in Schedule 5 for a total period exceeding 12 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours.

PART 4

MISCELLANEOUS

9        Citation

This Order may be cited as the Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Jersey) Order 2000.

 

 


SCHEDULE 1[4]

(Article 3)

PART 1

(Article 3(1))

One-way traffic routes

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Albert Road

Georgetown Road to Victoria Road

Bagatelle Lane

Bagatelle Road to Wellington Road

Beach Road (between Coast Road and Dicq Road

Coast Road to Dicq Road

Beach Road (between La Route du Fort and Dicq Road)

La Route du Fort to Dicq Road

Belvedere Hill

Belvedere Drive to James Road

Bon Air Lane (between the junction with Patier Lane and St. Saviour’s Hill

Patier Lane to St. Saviour’s Hill

Claremont Road (between Claremont Avenue and Bagatelle Road)

Claremont Avenue to Bagatelle Road

Croix de Bois

Bagatelle Road to Clos Paumelle

Deloraine Road (between Grands Vaux and the property known as “Deloraine House”)

Grands Vaux to the corner of the property known as “Deloraine House”

Dicq Road

Victoria Road to St. Clement’s Road

Dunell Road

St. Clement’s Road to Beach Road

Elizabeth Street

Georgetown Road to Dicq Road

Georgetown Road (between James Road and Mary Street)

James Road to Mary Street

Grasett Park (between Nos. 8 and 43 Grasett Park

No. 8 to No. 43 Grasett Park

Highlands Lane (between the exit from Highlands College and the junction with Maison St. Louis Estate)

Highlands College exit to the junction with Maison St. Louis Estate

James Road (between Belvedere Hill and Summerville Lane)

Belvedere Hill to Summerville Lane

La Chasse Brunet

La Rue de Patier to Bagatelle Road

La Rue de la Hougette

La Rue des Friquettes to Princes Tower Road

La Rue Le Masurier

The parish boundary to Stopford Road

Le Geyt Road (between St. Saviour’s Hill and Springfield Road)

St. Saviour’s Hill to Springfield Road

Mary Street

Belvedere Hill to Georgetown Road

Old Brickfield Lane

Les Varines to Longueville Road

Patier Lane

Bon Air Lane to Patier Road

Plat Douet Road (between Rue des Prés and Bagot Road)

Rue des Prés to Bagot Road

Rectory Lane (between Langley Avenue and the property known as “Langley House”)

Langley Avenue to the property known as “Langley House”

Rue à la Dame (between the Five Oaks junction and Bel Air Lane)

Five Oaks junction to Bel Air Lane

Rue de Beauvoir

Croix Besnard to Les Varines

Rue du Pré

Princes Tower Road to the property known as “Brookhill”

Springfield Road (between the parish boundary and St. Saviour’s Road)

Parish boundary to St. Saviour’s Road

St. Mark’s Road (between St. Saviour’s Road and the parish boundary)

St. Saviour’s Road to the parish boundary

St. Saviour’s Road (between Springfield Road and St. Mark’s Road)

Springfield Road to St. Mark’s Road

St. Saviour’s Road (between Stopford Road and the parish boundary)

Stopford Road to the parish boundary

Stopford Road (between La Rue Le Masurier and St. Saviour’s Road)

La Rue Le Masurier to St. Saviour’s Road

Stopford Road (between La Rue Le Masurier and the parish boundary)

La Rue Le Masurier to the parish boundary

Tower View

St. Martin’s Main Road to Rue du Trot

Valley Road (between the parish boundary and Le Geyt Road)

parish boundary to Le Geyt Road

 

PART 2

(Article 3(2))

One-way traffic routes for chars-à-banc

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Belvedere Hill

Bagot Road to Georgetown Road

 

PART 3

(Article 3(3))

One-way traffic routes for vehicles exceeding 6 feet 6 inches in width

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Rue des Prés (between the junction with Prè de Talbot and the junction with Plat Douet Road)

Prè de Talbot to Plat Douet Road

 


SCHEDULE 2

(Article 4)

PROHIBITION OR RESTRICTION OF TURNS

PART 1

(Article 4(1))

Prohibition of turns

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Highlands Lane

Maison St. Louis Estate

PART 2

(Article 4(2))

Prohibition of right-hand turns

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Georgetown Road (eastbound)

La Route du Fort

Victoria Road

Georgetown Road

PART 3

(Article 4(3))

Prohibition of left-hand turns

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Georgetown Road

Victoria Road


SCHEDULE 3[5]

(Article 5)

PART 1

(Article 5(1))

Prohibition of waiting

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Aubin Lane

Both sides

Bagatelle Lane

Both sides (between Bagatelle Road to Wellington Road)

Bagatelle Road

Both sides (between the Five Oaks junction and the junction with Patier Road)

Both sides (between the parish boundary and the junction with Bagatelle Lane)

Bagot Road

Both sides (between the junction with Aubin Lane and the junction with Plat Douet Road)

 

South side (from its junction with the private road known as Norcott Road for a distance of 10 yards in a northerly direction and 10 yards in a southerly direction)

Beach Road

East side (between the junction with Dicq Road and the junction with La Route du Fort)

West side (between the junction with the Coast Road and the junction with Dunell Road)

Belvedere Hill

Both sides

Bon Air Lane

Both sides (between St. Saviour’s Hill and the entrance to Highlands College)

Claremont Road

Both sides (between Bagatelle Farm and Bagatelle Road)

Clos Paumelle

North side (from its northern junction with Bagatelle Road to its junction with La Croix de Bois)

 

West side (between the exit of the public car park and 12 Clos Paumelle for a distance of 10 yards in a southerly direction)

 

East side (from its junction with La Croix de Bois to the western pillar of the gateway of 13 Clos Paumelle)

 

East and south sides (from the northern pillar of the gateway of 51 Clos Paumelle to the northern pillar of the gateway of 52 Clos Paumelle)

 

East and north sides (from the southern pillar of the gateway of 45 Clos Paumelle to the southern pillar of 58 Clos Paumelle)

 

South side (from the western side of the gateway of 41 Clos Paumelle for a distance of 60 yards in an easterly direction)

 

North and west sides (between its southern junction with Bagatelle Road and the southern pillar of the gateway of the property “Portal Nous” (2 Clos Paumelle))

 

South and east sides (between Bagatelle Road and the eastern pillar of the property known as “Sayonara” (44 Clos Paumelle))

Coast Road (Route A4)

Both sides (between the junction with Havre des Pas and the junction with Beach Road)

Dicq Road

Both sides

Dunell Road

Both sides

Elizabeth Street

Both sides

Fountain Lane

East side (from a point 132 yards north of its junction with Belvedere Hill for a distance of 15 yards in a northerly direction)

East side (from a point 199 yards north of its junction with Belvedere Hill for a distance of 7 yards in a northerly direction)

East side (from a point 270 yards north of its junction with Belvedere Hill for a distance of 17 yards in a northerly direction)

East side (from a point 334 yards north of its junction with Belvedere Hill for a distance of 4 yards in a northerly direction)

West side (from a point 199 yards north of its junction with Belvedere Hill for a distance of 9 yards in a northerly direction)

Georgetown Park Estate

Both sides (between the junction with Dicq Road and the parish boundary)

Georgetown Road

Both sides (between the parish boundary and the junction with Aubin Lane)

Grands Vaux

Both sides (between the junction with Deloraine Road and the parish boundary)

North side (from its junction with Deloraine Road for a distance of 16 yards in an easterly direction)

Highlands Lane

Both sides (between the entrance to Hautlieu School and the entrance to Highlands College)

James Road

Both sides

La Chasse Brunet

East side (from its junction with La Rue de Patier for a distance of 38 yards in a northerly direction)

East side (from a point 63 yards north of its junction with La Rue de Patier to a point 77 yards south of its junction with St. Saviour’s Hill)

East side (from its junction with St. Saviour’s Hill for a distance of 24 yards in a southerly direction)

East side (from its junction with La Rue de Patier to its junction with Bagatelle Road)

West side

Langley Avenue

Both sides (from a point 160 yards north of its junction with St. Saviour’s Hill for a distance of 80 yards in a northerly direction)

Langley Park

Both sides (from its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 67 yards in an easterly direction)

South side (from the beginning of the footway at its junction with Langley Avenue for a distance of 58 yards in a westerly direction)

South side (from a point 180 yards east of its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 50 yards in an easterly direction)

South side (from a point 295 yards east of its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 35 yards in a north easterly direction)

La Route du Fort

Both sides

La Rue de la Croix Besnard (Croix Besnard)

North side ((a) from its junction with Les Varines and Bagatelle Road for a distance of 31 yards in an easterly direction (b) from a point 87 yards from the same junction for a distance of 13 yards in an easterly direction and (c) from its junction with La Rue de Beauvoir for a distance of 56 yards in a westerly direction)

South side

La Rue à la Dame

East side (from its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 66 yards in a southerly direction)

West side (from its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 20 yards in a southerly direction)

West side (from a point 42 yards from its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 21 yards in a southerly direction)

La Rue des Friquettes

East side (from its junction with La Rue des Pigneaux for a distance of 85 yards in a southerly direction)

La Rue de la Hougette

Both sides (from its junction with La Rue des Friquettes for a distance of 129 yards in an easterly direction)

La Rue de Patier

North side (between the junction with La Chasse Brunette and the junction with Sunshine Avenue)

 

Both sides (between its junction with La Chasse Brunet to its junction with Le Jardin à Pommiers)

Both sides (from a point 10 yards west of its junction with Le Jardin à Pommiers for a distance of 63 yards in a westerly direction)

La Rue Le Masurier

Both sides

La Ruette du Sacrement

Both sides

Le Geyt Road

Both sides (between St. Saviour’s Hill and Springfield Road)

Les Vaux New Road

Both sides (between the junction with Le Geyt Road and the parish boundary)

Longueville Road

Both sides (between the junction with Plat Douet Road and the junction with Old Brickfield Lane)

Maison St. Louis Estate

West side (from the south side of its junction with Highlands Close for a distance of 8 yards in a southerly direction)

Mary Street

Both sides

New York Lane

North side ((a) from its western junction with Longueville Road for 14 yards in an easterly direction (b) from a point 34 yards from the same junction for a distance of 87 yards in an easterly direction and (c) from its eastern junction with Longueville Road for a distance of 75 yards in a westerly direction)

South side ((a) from its western junction with Longueville Road for a distance of 112 yards in an easterly direction and (b) from its eastern junction with Longueville Road for a distance of 55 yards in a westerly direction)

Plat Douet Road

East side (between the junction with Victoria Road and the junction with Bagot Road)

West side (between the junction with Victoria Road and the entrance to Grasett Park)

Both sides (between the junction with Norcott Road and the junction with Bagot Road)

Princes Tower Road

Both sides (between the Five Oaks junction and Rue des Friquettes except the north side between a point 16 yards east of the eastern boundary of the electricity substation and a point 11 yards further east)

Rue de Château Clairval

Both sides

Springfield Road

Both sides (between the parish boundary and the junction with St. Saviour’s Road)

St. Mark’s Road

Both sides (between the junction with St. Saviour’s Road and the parish boundary)

St. Martin’s Main Road

Both sides (between the property known as “Les Chênes” and the property known as “La Ronde Porte”)

 

South side (between Les Parquets and La Rue du Ponterrin)

 

North side (between the east side of the entrance to Chestnut Avenue and La Rue du Ponterrin)

St. Saviour’s Hill

Both sides (between the junction with Rue à la Dame and the junction with Sunshine Avenue)

St. Saviour’s Road

Both sides (between the junction with Springfield Road and the junction with Wellington Road)

Stopford Road

Both sides (between St. Saviour’s Road and the parish boundary)

Valley Road

Both sides (between the parish boundary and the junction with Le Geyt Road)

Victoria Road

North side (between the junction with Georgetown Road and the junction with Plat Douet Road)

Victoria Road

South side (between the junction with Dicq Road and a point opposite the junction with Albert Road)

Wellington Road

Both sides (between the junction with St. Saviour’s Road and the junction with Bagatelle Lane)

Westley Court Car Park
(Access Road)

Both sides from La Rue Le Masurier for a distance of 40 yards

PART 2

(Article 5(6))

Prohibition of loading and unloading

Column 1

Road

Column 2

Times during which loading

and unloading prohibited

Bagot Road

Georgetown Road (between Mary Street and Belvedere Hill)

Springfield Road

St. Saviour’s Road

Victoria Road (between Dicq Road and Aubin Lane)

}

}

}          8.30 am to 9.30 am

}         

}          5.15 pm to 6.15 pm

}

 


SCHEDULE 3A[6]

(Article 6A)

ROADS CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Times during which road closed

La Chasse Brunet

All times

 


SCHEDULE 4[7]

(Article 7)

PART 1

(Article 7(1))

Roads not to be used by chars-à-banc

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Bagatelle Lane

Throughout its length

Elizabeth Street

Between its junction with La Route du Fort and Dicq Road

Grands Vaux

Between Rue à la Dame and Moulin de Pol

La Rue du Tapon

Throughout its length

Les Varines

Throughout its length

Mary Street

Throughout its length

Mont de la Rosière

Throughout its length

Rue de la Chouquetterie

Between Princes Tower Road and Rue du Côtil

PART 2

(Article 7(5))

Roads not to be used by vehicles exceeding 6 feet 6 inches in width

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Brickfield Lane

Throughout its length

Claremont Road

Between Bagatelle Road and the parish boundary

La Rue à la Dame

From its junction with Bel Air Lane to its junction with Les Grands Vaux

Le Geyt Road

Throughout its length

Les Ruettes

Throughout its length

Les Varines

Throughout its length

 

 


SCHEDULE 5[8]

(Article 8)

Duration of parking on certain roads

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Beach Road

The entire road

 

Highlands Lane

Both sides from its junction with St. Saviour’s Hill for a distance of 1,367 yards

 

La Rue de la Fontaine

Both sides from its junction with Belvedere Hill to the northern boundary of the property known as Meadow View

 

 


SCHEDULE 6[9]

part 1[10]

(Article 7A(1)(b)(i))

disc parking up to 2 hours

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Albert Road

The entire road

 

Highlands Lane

North side (from a point 48 yards from its junction with St. Saviour’s Hill for a distance of 46 yards in a south easterly direction)

 

 

South side (the triangular parking area opposite 32 Wellington Park)

 

La Rue de la Croix Besnard

Both sides (from a point 31 yards east of its junction with Les Varines for a distance of 56 yards in a easterly direction)

 

 

Both sides (from a point 100 yards east of its junction with Les Varines to a point 56 yards west of its junction with Rue de Beauvoir)

 

part 1A[11]

(Article 7A(1)(b)(ia))

disc parking up to 2 hours between 9.00 A.M. AND 3.00 P.M.

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Wellington Road

South side (from a point 60 yards east of its junction with Beaulieu Park for a distance of 59 yards in an easterly direction)

 

 

South side (from a point 6.5 yards east of the west entrance of Beaulieu School for a distance of 19.5 yards in an easterly direction)

 

 

part 2[12]

(Article 7A(1)(b)(ii))

disc parking up to 3 hours

Column 1

Column 2

Road

Direction

Beach Road

Both sides (except such parts of the road as are subject to a prohibition as specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3)

Fountain Lane

Both sides (except such parts of the road as are subject to a prohibition as specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3)

Le Geyt Road

West side (from a point 10 yards south of its junction with Les Grands Vaux for a distance of 17.5 yards in a southerly direction)

New York Lane

Both sides (except such parts of the road as are subject to a prohibition as specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3)

 

 


Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Legislation

Year and No

Commencement

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Jersey) Order 2000

R&O.97/2000

17 November 2000

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment) (Jersey) Order 2002

R&O.106/2002

1 November 2002

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Order 2005

R&O.9/2005

10 February 2005

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Order 2008

R&O.89/2008

30 July 2008

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Order 2010

R&O.101/2010

15 October 2010

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Order 2011

R&O.26/2011

18 March 2011

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 6) (Jersey) Order 2011

R&O.132/2011

21 October 2011

Road Traffic (Saint Saviour) (Amendment No. 7) (Jersey) Order 2013

R&O.69/2013

24 May 2013

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Order 2014

R&O.153/2014

19 September 2014

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 9) (Jersey) Order 2015

R&O.133/2015

3 November 2015

Road Traffic (Rue des Prés Trading Estate) (Jersey) Order 2017

R&O.56/2017

6 June 2017

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 10) (Jersey) Order 2017

R&O.59/2017

14 June 2017

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 11) (Jersey) Order 2017

R&O.92/2017

5 September 2017

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 12) (Jersey) Order 2020

R&O.58/2020

7 May 2020

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 13) (Jersey) Order 2020

R&O.172/2020

25 December 2020

Road Traffic (St. Saviour) (Amendment No. 14) (Jersey) Order 2021

R&O.23/2021

20 February 2020

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original

Current

2(2),(3)

spent, omitted from this revised edition

2(4)

2(2)

6(j)

6(i)

Part 3

repealed by R&O.106/2002

8

repealed by R&O.106/2002

Part 4

Part 3

9

8

Part 5

Part 4

10

spent, omitted from this revised edition

11

9

SCHEDULE 5

repealed by R&O.106/2002

SCHEDULE 6

SCHEDULE 5

SCHEDULE 7

spent, omitted from this revised edition

Table of Endnote References



[1] Article 6A                    inserted by R&O.58/2020

[2] Article 7A                    inserted by R&O.153/2014

[3] Article 7A(1)                substituted by R&O.59/2017, amended by R&O.58/2020

[4] Schedule 1                  amended by R&O.9/2005, R&O.133/2015, R&O.58/2020, R&O.172/2020, R&O.23/2021

[5] Schedule 3                  amended by R&O.9/2005, R&O.89/2008, R&O.101/2010, R&O.26/2011, R&O.132/2011, R&O.69/2013, R&O.153/2014, R&O.133/2015, R&O.56/2017, R&O.59/2017, R&O.58/2020, R&O.172/2020

[6] Schedule 3A                inserted by R&O.58/2020

[7] Schedule 4                  amended by R&O.58/2020

[8] Schedule 5                  amended by R&O.9/2005, R&O.56/2017

[9] Schedule 6                  added by R&O.153/2014, amended by R&O.59/2017

[10] Schedule 6                 Part 1 inserted by R&O.59/2017, amended by R&O.92/2017

[11] Schedule 6                 Part 1A inserted by R&O.58/2020

[12] Schedule 6                 Part 2 inserted by R&O.59/2017, amended by R&O.58/2020


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