I have been made aware of the following information:
The Council proposes to amend the Leeds City Council (Off-Street Parking Places) (Consolidation) Order 2010 to incorporate those car parks referred to in the attached notice as off-street parking places. The purpose of the proposal is to manage proper use of these car parks through the enforcement of parking restrictions where necessary. A Statement of Reasons is set out below.
The notice has been published in the Yorkshire Post and individual notices have been posted at each location.
If you have any comments to make in respect of the proposed amendment please forward them to me in writing or by e-mail by not later than 12 noon on 15 July 2013.
LEEDS CITY COUNCIL
(OFF-STREET PARKING PLACES)
(CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 2010
AMENDMENT OF EXISTING ORDER
STATEMENT OF REASONS
There are a number of Council owned car parks adjacent to other Council owned property such as housing, leisure centres and libraries. A number of problems have been reported in some of these car parks such as parking outside the designated spaces, people without disabled parking badges using disabled spaces and use of the car parks by commuters. The traffic regulation order will allow the Council to manage the car park and enforce parking restrictions in line with Traffic Management act 2008.
AMENDMENT OF EXISTING ORDER
Leeds City Council proposes to make the above Order under the powers contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the Order will be to amend the Leeds City Council (Off-Street Parking Places) (Consolidation) Order 2010 to incorporate those car parks referred to below as off-street parking places, for the purpose of managing their proper use through the enforcement of parking restrictions.
CAR PARKS TO BE DESIGNATED AS OFF STREET PARKING PLACES ALL DAYS BETWEEN 7.00AM AND 7.00PM SUBJECT TO A 3 HOUR MAXIMUM WAITING PERIOD.
Aireborough Leisure Centre, Holt Park Wellbeing Centre, Horsforth Library, Kirkstall Leisure Centre, Morley Leisure Centre and Scott Hall Leisure Centre.
A copy of the Order together with plans showing the affected car parks may be examined during normal office hours at the Legal Services Reception Desk, 1st Floor, St George House, Great George Street, Leeds 1.
If you wish to object to, or make any representations concerning the proposed Order, you should write to Development Section, Legal Services, Leeds City Council, Civic Hall, Leeds LS1 1UR or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the grounds on which your objection or representation is made, by no later than 12 noon on 15 July 2013 quoting reference A76/JL/867039.
Dated this 14 day of June 2013
Leeds City Council, Civic Hall LEEDS LS1 1UR