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We have powers to make Gating Orders under section 129A to 129G of the Highways Act 1980.
What is a Gating Order?
The purpose of a Gating Order is to restrict public access by placing appropriate physical measures such as gates or bollards at each end of a highway to help deal with crime and anti-social behaviour where we are satisfied that this action is justified. Access may be restricted all day or for just part of the day.
Gating Orders are only pursued after all other appropriate options have been considered to address crime or antisocial behaviour issues.
Gating Order Register
Here is the gating register that gives you details of those orders currently being consulted upon, any proposals to amend existing Gating Orders and all Gating Orders made.
|Arboretum||Cavendish Court||Gating Order - Cavendish Court - June 2012|
|Sinfin||Sinfin Lane||Gating Order - Sinfin Lane - December 2010|
|Arboretum||Bloom Street||Gating Order - Bloom Street - July 2008|
|Arboretum||Church Walk||Gating Order - Church Walk - December 2013|