Traffic Management Orders (TMO)
How to object to or make a representation in respect of a proposed TMO
How you can object to or make a representation in respect of a proposed TMO is outlined in the public notice and a deadline by which any such objections or representations should be received is given. The council is legally obliged to consider every objection that is sent and will reply in due course to acknowledge that objection and to inform you of the appropriate decision maker's determination of that objection.
You can respond and provide feedback on TMO consultations for:
After the making of a TMO, if the public feels the council has not followed the correct procedures in making the order they can appeal to the High Court within six weeks of the TMO being made.
Page last updated: 28 February 2024