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:

Foxhole Area – Residential 20 zone 2020

Proposals to implement a residential 20mph zone to reduce traffic speeds and improve residential safety in the affected roads.

Current Status: Consultation period ends on 12 August 2020, objections must be received by us by this date.

Foxhole Area - Residential 20 Zone Plan
A plan of the proposed 20mph zone in Foxhole.
Foxhole Area - Residential 20 Zone Proposals
Details of the proposed 20mph zone in Foxhole.

Paignton Temporary Revocation Of One Way Order 2020

Roads included: Garfield Road.

Temporary Revocation Of One Way - Order 2020
Garfield Road, Paignton notice of proposal.

Paignton Temporary Parking Restrictions 2020

Roads included: Garfield Road.

Park Hotel Development Temporary Parking Restrictions
Garfield Road, Paignton notice of proposal

Long Road weight restriction order 2021

Current Status: Notice of Proposals advertised on 3 February 2021, any objections to the scheme must be submitted in writing or e-mail and be received by Torbay Council by no later than 24 February 2021

Long Road weight limit order statement
Statement of reasons
Long Road weight limit order
Notice of proposals advertised on 3 February 2021
Long Road weight limit order plan
A plan of the proposed weight limit order

Curledge Street Temporary Restrictions Order 2021 

Roads included: Curledge Street.

Current Status: Order became effective as of 1 May 2021. The temporary provides a prohibition of driving  restriction in place on part of Curledge Street between the hours of 8.30am-9.30am and 2.30pm-3.30pm Mon-Fri (during school term time only). The Order will continue in force for a period of 18 months.

Curledge Street Temporary Parking Restrictions
Curledge Street, Paignton, Notice of Order 2021

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.