Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are made to control the flow of traffic and make sure that people park safely and conveniently. They can only be introduced following the appropriate legal process.

The following TROs are currently being proposed in Paignton:

Paignton Amendment Order No.2 2018

Roads included: Marine Drive, Marine Parade, Seaway Road.

Current status: Consultation period ends at 5pm on 4 January 2019, objections must be received by the Council by this date and time.

Paignton Amendment Order No2 2018
Notice of proposals

Stoke Road and Curledge Street (Paignton)

Proposals for Stoke Road including adjoining roads dealing with commuter parking and Curledge Street deal with obstruction issues.

Roads included: Curledge Street, Dartmouth Road, Pennine Drive, St Mary’s Park, Stoke Road, Totnes Road.

Consultation period ends on 28th December 2018, objections must be received by the Council by this date.

Statement of Reasons
Proposals to make changes to Stoke Road and Curledge Street.

Brixham Road (Paignton) - temporary 30mph speed limit

New temporary 30mph speed limit to come into force from 24 January 2018 for 18 months. Our reason for making the Order is to regulate the speed of vehicles along this section of Brixham Road for safety reasons during road work improvements along this section of highway.

Advert for the temporary 30mph speed limit zone on Brixham Road.
Advert for the temporary 30mph speed limit zone on Brixham Road.
Statement of the Brixham Road 30mph zone
Statement of the temporary 30mph speed limit zone on Brixham Road.
Plan for the Brixham Road 30mph zone
Plan of the temporary 30mph speed limit zone on Brixham Road.

Objections or Support

If you would like to object to, or support the above proposals you must write to the address specified in the Notice of Proposals for the proposed TRO. They must be received by the date specified.

Substantial objections or contentious issues are then reported to the Transport Working Party Committee for their consideration.  When considering the objections the committee must decide

  1. to proceed with the scheme as advertised,
  2. modify the scheme, or
  3. abandon the scheme.