Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – new Order and Notice

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT1984

(VARIOUS ROADS GEDDINGTON.)

(PROHIBITION OF HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES  OVER 7.5 TONNES GROSS WEIGHT) ORDER 2OI4

Notice is herby given that Northamptonshire County Council have made an order under Sections 1 to 5 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to prohibit any heavy commercial vehicle over 7.5 tonnes maximum gross weight from proceeding along those lengths of roads as specified in the Schedule below. Exemptions will be made for loading / unloading.

A copy of the order, together with a plan showing the exact lengths of road to which it relates may be inspected at Kettering Library, Sheep Street, Kettering during their normal opening hours or at the offices of The Traffic Order Section, Riverside House, Bedford Road, Northampton during normal office hours.

If you wish to query the validity of the Order or of any provisions contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of the Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to the order, you may, within  six weeks from the date of this Notice, apply to the High Court for this purpose.

This Order will become effective on the 19th December 2014.

Dated this 18th day of December 2014

QUENTIN BAKER
Director of Legal Services        JCM13/05

Schedule

Geddington
Wood Street (entire length);
Chase Farm (entire length);
Bakehouse Hill (entire length);
Church Hill (entire length);
Malting Lane (entire length);
Bridge Street (entire length);
Queen Street (entire length);
West Street (entire length);
Grafton
Road between its junction with Bridge Street and its junction with Wood Street;
Queen
Eleanor Road (entire length);
Chase Hill (entire length);
The Woodlands (entire length);
Chase View Road (entire length);
Bright Trees Road (entire length);
Fern Dale Close (entire length);
Slade Close (entire length);
Hall’s Close (entire length).

    2 Comments

    1. John Padwick

      Mon 22nd Dec 2014 at 2:25 pm

      Looks like good news to me!

      Reply
      • Pam

        Mon 22nd Dec 2014 at 5:50 pm

        John,
        I think the sting is in the last sentence in para one: “Exemptions will be made for loading / unloading.”
        Pam

        Reply

    Leave a Reply

    Copyright © 2013 Geddington.net | Legal Notice | Website by Octagon