(Off-Street Parking Places) and Consolidation (Amendment) (Electric Vehicle Charging Points) Order 2020.Notice ID: MF0547338
Craven District Council
(Off-Street Parking Places) and Consolidation (Amendment) (Electric Vehicle Charging Points) Order 2020.
Notice of Making
Notice is hereby given that Craven District Council
(hereinafter called ‘the Council’) in exercise of its powers
under Sections 32, 35 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (‘the 1984 Act’) (as
amended) and the Traffic Management Act 2004 and of all
other enabling powers, with the consent of North Yorkshire
County Council in accordance with section 39(3) of the
1984 Act and after consultation with the Chief Officer of
Police in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 of the
1984 Act has on 27th February 2020 made the above
order. The Order shall be effective from 9th March 2020.
The effect of the Order shall be to introduce two electric
vehicle charging points and designate two further bays as
Disabled Parking Bays at the High Street Skipton Car Park
as set out below:-
Citation and Commencement
1. The order may be cited as The Craven District Council
(Off-Street Parking Places) and Consolidation
(Amendment) (Electric Vehicle Charging Points) Order
2020 and shall come into effect on 9th March 2020.
2. Any reference in this order to any enactment shall be
construed as a reference to that enactment as
amended by any subsequent enactment.
3. The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the
interpretation of this order as it applies to an Act of
4. The order specified in the Schedule hereto shall have
effect subject to amendments specified in that
Schedule in respect of electric vehicle charging points.
SCHEDULE – Amendments
Electric Vehicle Charging Points
Name of Order to be Amended
The Craven District Council (Off Street Parking Places) and
Consolidation Order 2017 (‘the Order’)
Extent of Amendments
In Article 2 of the Order insert the following definitions
after the definition of ‘Driver’ each expression having the
meaning assigned to it:-
‘Electric Vehicle’ means any vehicle as herein defined
which is propelled entirely or partially by electricity and is
capable of being charged from an external source.
‘Electric Vehicle Charging Point’ means an installation
adjacent to an Electric Vehicle Parking Bay for the purpose
of recharging the batteries of an Electric Vehicle by way of
‘Electric Vehicle Parking Bay’ means an area of the car
park provided solely for recharging the battery of an
Electric Vehicle by means of an Electric Vehicle Charging
Point and defined as such by a sign surface marking or
other indication as shown on the Plan annexed to the
‘Electric Vehicle Parking Bays’ means provision of more
than one Electric Parking Bay as so specified
In Article 4 of the Order the following paragraphs shall be
inserted so as to be read at the end of Article 4:-
No vehicle other than an Electric Vehicle which is
connected via a connecting lead to an Electric Vehicle
Charging Point and is being charged shall be left in an
Electric Vehicle Parking Bay.
An Electric Vehicle shall only be left in an Electric Vehicle
Parking Bay for the period required to charge the battery
of the Electric Vehicle up to a maximum stay of one hour.
Schedule 1 of the Order shall be amended so as to include
two Electric Vehicle Parking Bays in the Parking Place as
set out below:-
Name of Parking Place
1. High Street Car Park Skipton
The initial charges set out in Schedule 2 to the Order shall
not apply to an Electric Vehicle parked in an Electric
Vehicle Parking Bay and which is connected via a
connecting lead to an Electric Vehicle Charging Point and
is being charged.
From the date of this order the two bays marked on the
Plan annexed to the Order shall operate as Disabled
Parking Bays and shall operate as such in accordance
with the Order.
A copy of the Order, relevant plans (and a copy of the
order being amended) together with a copy of the
Statement of Reasons for the making the Order are
available for inspection during usual business hours at the
offices of Craven District Council, 1 Belle Vue Square,
Broughton Road, Skipton BD23 1FJ.
If you wish to question the validity of the Order or any of
its provisions on the ground that it is not within the
powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
or, that any requirement of that Act or instrument made
under it has not been complied with in relation to the
Order, you may within 6 weeks from the date on which the
Order was made apply to the High Court for this purpose.
Paul Ellis, Director of Services,
Craven District Council Dated 4th March 2020