Temporary Traffic Regulation Order application form

Apply online for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO).

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order application form

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Instructions and restriction details

This form will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Please allow yourself enough time to complete this form in one session as there is not an option to save and come back to it later.

A minimum of 12 weeks notice is required to process your application.

Events under S16A require a minimum of 10 weeks notice.

In order for us to prepare a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) this form must be completed with as much detail as possible. Any incomplete applications will result in delays in processing the form and this may impact on your works or event.

For assistance in completing this form phone 01243 642105 or email ttro@westsussex.gov.uk.

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This explains why we ask for your data, what we do with it and how long we will keep it. It also explains how you can find out what data we hold about you and how you can ask us to delete it.

Purchase order details

Enter the purchase order number for the Temporary Traffic Regulation Order.
Enter your registered charity number if you have one.
Enter the address of where we should send the invoice.
Enter the email address of where we should send the invoice.

Location details

Enter the name of the road(s) involved in this TTRO application.
Enter the identification number of the road(s) involved in this TTRO application, for example A286.
Enter the name of the town, village or parish involved in this TTRO application.
Describe the specific location and extent of the restriction, for example is it between certain road junctions or outside specific properties.
Enter the Ordnance Survey grid reference easting of the location of restriction. This will be six digits, for example 485805.
Enter the Ordnance Survey grid reference northing of the location of restriction. This will be six digits, for example 104969.

Restriction details

Type of temporary restriction required * Select the types of temporary restriction you are requesting.





Temporary Traffic Regulation Order application form

Pedestrian access arrangements

Pedestrian access to properties adjacent to a highway should be maintained if possible.

Will pedestrian access be retained through the length of the highway affected? Select 'Yes' if pedestrian access will be retained through the whole length of the highway affected by the restriction.
Will pedestrian access be retained to individual properties within the highway affected? Select 'Yes' if pedestrian access will be retained to individual properties within the highway affected by the restriction.

Vehicle access arrangements

Vehicular access to properties adjacent to a highway may not be prohibited for any more than 8 hours in any period of 24 hours. For example, a cul-de-sac may be closed between 9.00am and 5.00pm only and outside those times full vehicular access must be available to all properties along its length.

Will vehicular access be retained to individual properties within the highway affected? Select 'Yes' if vehicular access will be retained to individual properties within the highway affected by the restriction.

Emergency access arrangements

It is compulsory that emergency services can gain access to all properties within the restricted length at all times.

Will emergency services vehicles be able to pass through the length of the highway affected? Select 'Yes' if access to pass through the length of the highway affected will be available for the period of the restriction.
Describe the arrangements that will be in place to ensure that there is emergency access available to all properties within the affected length of highway at all times.
 
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