BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (FOXBURY GROVE) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES)(AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
New Waiting Restrictions along Foxbury Grove, Portchester
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (FUNTLEY HILL)(PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES)(AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
Waiting Restrictions in Funtley Hill
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – 30, 40 AND 50 MPH SPEED REDUCTIONS IN THE BARTON-ON-SEA TO PENNINGTON AREA
EFFECT OF ORDER: to reduce the speed limit on the following roads: From De-restricted to 50 mph: (i) B3058 Milford Road / Cliff Road between a point 750 metres north-west of Downton Lane and a point 96 metres north-west of West Road, an approximate distance of 1,450 metres. From De-restricted to 40 mph: (ii) A337, Christchurch Road / Milford Road between a point 180 metres west of Downton Lane and a point 218 metres south-west of its junction with Haglane Copse, an approximate distance of 4,475 metres. (iii) B3058 Lymington Road between its junction with A337 Milford Road / Christchurch Road and a point 350 metres north of its junction with Manor Road, an approximate distance of 935 metres. From De-restricted to 30 mph: (iv) Downton Lane for its entire length, an approximate distance of 970 metres. From 40mph to Restricted (30 mph): (v) A337, Milford Road between a point 218 metres south-west of its junction with Haglane Copse and a point 396 metres north-west thereof. . This order will correct slight anomalies due to differences in method of measuring and there is no change except where specified above.
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – PROHIBITION OF DRIVING IN C111, THORNFORD ROAD, HEADLEY
EFFECT OF ORDER: Will prohibit traffic from that length of C111, Thornford Road between its junction with Ashford Hill Road in Hampshire and its junction with Thornford Road in West Berkshire, an approximate distance of 1,350 metres. The order will include an exemption for local access.
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – PROHIBITION OF DRIVING AND 30MPH SPEED LIMIT AT CHINEHAM
EFFECT OF ORDERS: will be to impose prohibition of driving and 30mph speed limit on Cufaude Lane and Hanmore Road as follows: Order 1: Prohibition of Driving, except for access to Razor’s Farm To prohibit vehicles from the superseded length of Cufaude Lane between a point 130 metres north of its roundabout junction with Crockford Lane and a point 290 metres north thereof , unless that vehicle is being used to access Razor’s Farm. Order 2: 30mph Speed Limit That length of Cufaude Lane / Hanmore Road between a point 50 metres south of its roundabout junction with Crockford Lane and a point 555 metres north of that point.
Traffic Regulation Proposal for Romsey
The Borough Council of Test Valley, as agent for Hampshire County Council, proposes making a Road Traffic Regulation Order the effect of which is to introduce restrictions, as set out in the attached Schedule, and to consolidate the existing Road Traffic Regulation Orders affecting Romsey into one order.
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – 30 AND 40 MPH LOCKERLEY & EAST TYTHERLEY AREA
EFFECT OF ORDER: will be to modify existing 30 and 40 mph speed limits on C25 Lockerley Road / C191 The Coach Road and to impose a 40 mph speed limit on C25 Lockerley Road between East Tytherley and Lockerley; C25 Romsey Road and C59 Dean Road (all currently derestricted).
The Rushmoor Borough Council (North Town Area, Aldershot)(Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting)(G009.2) Order, 2014
Traffic regulation order for 2 limited waiting bays in Holly Road, Aldershot.
YEW TREE DRIVE & ROOKERY AVENUE, WHITELEY (EXPERIMENTAL PROHIBITION OF HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES) ORDER 2014
To prevent heavy commercial vehicles from entering Yew Tree Drive and Rookery Avenue for an experimental period of 18 months.
The Hampshire (Yew Tree Drive, Whiteley) (Experimental Revocation of Prohibition of Entry (except Buses) Order 2013
Experimental traffic order for a period of 18 months to allow access to Yew Tree Drive, between its junction with A3051 Botley Road and its south-western junction with Clydesdale Road.
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