TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS - 40MPH SPEED LIMIT AT NATELEY
It is proposed that the stretch of Grange Road from the existing 30mph speed limit terminal point northwards to the junction with Portsmouth Road (currently national speed limit) be reduced to 40mph. Historically, there have been a number of recorded injury accidents within this section of Grange Road and it is envisaged that a reduction in the speed limit will help to improve road safety throughout. A 40mph speed limit is also deemed appropriate for the rural nature of the road and the existing mean speeds reaffirm the introduction of a 40mph limit. This is also inline with the guidance issued by the Department for Transport for rural lower tier roads of 40mph. In addition, by introducing a reduced speed limit on Grange Road, it is also proposed that the stretch of Woolston Road and Newtown Road (also currently a national speed limit) should be included for a reduced 40mph limit. This is deemed necessary to minimise the frequency of change in speed limits between the adjoining and connecting roads, which could lead to confusion for motorists and therefore be undesirable. However, as the existing national speed limit in Woolston Road/Newtown Road extends over the district boundary, Southampton City Council have therefore been approached and, they have agreed to continue the proposed 40mph limit up to the existing 30mph terminal point inside Southampton City Councils boundary. By incorporating both Grange Road and WoolstonRoad/Newtown Road for a reduction in speed limit, this will help to maintain a consistent and more appropriate speed between the existing 30mph terminal points and improve overall road safety.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND BUILDINGS IN CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990
HART DISTRICT COUNCIL PLANNING APPLICATIONS The following applications have been received and can be viewed on-line at www.hart.gov.uk or at the Civic Offices, Harlington Way, Fleet, during normal office hours. Any comments should be submitted on line or made in writing to Planning Services at the Council offices by 7th June 2013. Please note that any representations received will be open for public inspection and will not be treated in confidence
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development Order 2010)
NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT REFERENCE NUMBER: 13/00884/FUL LOCATION: Totters Farm Totters Lane Hartley Wintney Hook Hampshire RG27 8HX APPLICANT: Mr And Mrs Richard Marks
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE - MORTIMER WEST END BYWAY OPEN TO ALL TRAFFIC 21
Hampshire County Council, owing to resurfacing works, considers that the closure to the road as specified should come into force without delay.
THE BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (SEA LANE, STUBBINGTON) (ROAD CLOSURE) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2013
Temporary Closure of Sea Lane to allow Highway maintenance works
PUBLIC PATH DIVERSION ORDER 2013 - PART OF TWYFORD BRIDLEWAY 17
On 15 May 2013 Hampshire County Council confirmed this Order as an unopposed Order.
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – 40 AND 50 MILES PER HOUR SPEED LIMIT ON THE B3400 AT WHITCHURCH, LAVERSTOKE AND OVERTON
Following a review of speed limits on A and B roads In Hampshire, a number of roads have been identified as having excessively high speeds. Based on the number of accidents occurring along their length and given the nature of the roads it is proposed to reduce the speed on each road to help reduce the accident rate and increase overall safety.
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