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KING STREET, ODIHAM

Highways – Temporary Road Closure from Hart District Council in Hart area.

Notice is hereby given that Hart District Council pursuant to arrangements made under Section 101 of the Local Government Act 1972 with Hampshire County Council in exercise of the powers of the said County Council under Sections 14(1), (2) and (3) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and Regulation 3 of the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Procedure Regulations 1992, and of all other enabling powers, proposes to make the following Order as the Council are satisfied that traffic (and/or pedestrians) on the road should be restricted because these works are proposed to be executed on or near the road:

Effect of Order:

All vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along that length of King Street between its junction with Odiham High Street and its junction with Church Street, as indicated by traffic signs. The closure is necessary on safety grounds to allow for listed building repair works.

This Order may be cited as “The Hart District Council (Temporary Road Closure) (King Street, Odiham) Order 2013”.

Duration of Closure:

From 18th October 2013 for a period of 6 months or until the works are completed, whichever is the sooner. (Notwithstanding the above it is expected that the closure will be required for no longer than 6 weeks ). The closure will be continuously enforced during the period specified.

Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the work is being carried out.

Alternative Route:

From the northern point of closure via Odiham High Street and Church Street to southern point of closure and vice versa, as indicated by traffic signs.

If you have any queries regarding the above please contact the Highways team on 01252 622122.

John Elson, Head of Technical Services & Environmental Maintenance

Hart District Council

Date: Friday 11th October 2013

    Contact

    Highways Section
    Technical Services
    Hart District Council