Temporary Road Closures in Gosport and Lee-on-the-Solent
Temporary road closures to allow essential carriageway maintenance work to be carried out in Rowner Lane and New Cross Street and new traffic signs and road markings to be installed in Shoot Lane. A copy of the 'Has Made' Notice and the Order that has been made are as below:
TEMPORARY CLOSURE EXTENSION - HEDGE END FOOTPATH 10
Hampshire County Council, having made an Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to allow for works in connection with the construction of a new community centre, has been directed by the Secretary of State for Transport that the order shall continue in force.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE - HOOK FOOTPATHS 725 AND 728
Hampshire County Council has made an Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to allow for works in connection with tree clearing for heathland restoration.
THE BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (OAKCROFT LANE) (ROAD CLOSURE) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2013
Oakcroft Lane Temporary Road Closure to allow resurfacing to take place
THE BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (WYNTON WAY) (ROAD CLOSURE) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2013
Wynton Way Temporary Road Closure to allow patching to be carried out.
Temporary Road Closure of Greenway Lane, Buriton
A temporary closure of Greenway Lane to allow for carriageway maintenance works, including re-setting of granite setts. To permit fresh mortar to cure before being driven on, the closure, which should not exceed 3 days, will include intervening nights. Copies of the statutory 'Has Made' Notice and of the Order that has been made follow:
TEMPORARY CLOSURE EXTENSION - PETERSFIELD FOOTPATH 27
Hampshire County Council, having made an Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to prevent the likelihood of danger to the public or serious damage to the road, has been directed by the Secretary of State for Transport that the order shall continue in force.
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