Request for temporary road closure 2019 New Plymouth Christmas parade and community events

26 July 2019

New Plymouth District Council has requested the closure of the following roads to enable the Lions Christmas parade and community events to take place.

Date of temporary road closures: Saturday 30 November 2019.

Roads to be closed from 8am to noon:

  • Ariki and Gill streets from Egmont to Liardet streets.
  • Devon Street from Dawson to Queen Streets.
  • Devon Street from Egmont to Liardet streets.
  • Queen Street from Devon Street West to the entrance of 41 Queen Street.
  • King Street from Egmont to Brougham streets.
  • Brougham Street from Ariki to Powderham streets.
  • Currie Street from Ariki and Gill streets to Powderham Street.
  • Currie Lane.
  • Huatoki Lane.
  • James Lane.

Roads to be closed from noon to 3pm:

  • Ariki and Gill streets from Egmont to Liardet streets.
  • Devon Street from Liardet to Dawson streets.
  • Liardet Street from Devon to Gill streets.
  • Queen Street from Devon Street to the entrance of 41 Queen Street.
  • King Street from Queen to Brougham streets. The section of King Street between Queen and Egmont streets will be open to residents.
  • Robe Street from Devon to Powderham streets.
  • Egmont Street from Ariki to Devon streets.
  • Brougham Street from Ariki to Powderham streets.
  • Currie Street from Ariki and Gill streets to Powderham Street.
  • Currie Lane.
  • Huatoki Lane.
  • James Lane.

The application is being considered under the Transport (Vehicular Traffic Road Closure) Regulations 1965. Submissions to the closure should reach New Plymouth District Council by 4pm on Tuesday 20 August.

Submissions must be made on the road closure form, which is available online at newplymouthnz.com/submissions, or by contacting the Council on 06-759 6060 or enquiries@npdc.govt.nz.

Emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access at all times.

During the proposed period of closure, an approved traffic management plan will provide for ordinary vehicular traffic which would otherwise use the roads.