TEMPORARY CLOSURE - TOTTON AND ELING FOOTPATH 12 AND NURSLING AND ROWNHAMS FOOTPATH 16
Hampshire County Council, to prevent the likelihood of danger to the public or serious damage to the road, considers that the closure to the road as specified below should come into force without delay.
THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (HIGH STREET AND MARKET STREET, EASTLEIGH) (ON-STREET PAY AND DISPLAY PARKING BAYS) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2013
To introduce, on an experimental basis, one hour free parking on High Street and Market Street, Eastleigh after 3pm Monday to Friday
THE BOROUGH OF EASTLEIGH (CHANDLERS FORD AND HILTINGBURY) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING) (DISABLED PERSONS PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO.X) ORDER 201X
To introduce various prohibition of waiting restrictions on various roads in Chander's Ford and Hiltingbury
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS - 40MPH SPEED LIMIT ON THE B3400 AT OVERTON
EFFECT OF ORDER: Will be to impose a 40mph speed limit (currently de-restricted) on that length of B3400 London Road at Overton between a point 457 metres east of its junction with C79 Station Road and a point 735 metres east of that point.
Traffic Order Proposal - 30 & 40 MPH Speed Limits in Lindford
Proposal to amend existing and impose new speed limits in Lindford as follows:
Application for Approved Premises Licence
The Marriages (Approved Premises) Regulations 1995 The Marriage Act 1949 The Civil Partnership Act 2004 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been received from Avington Park in respect of Avington Park for the licensing of 6 rooms as approved premises for civil marriages and civil partnerships.
The Hampshire (Finchdean Road, Rowlands Castle) (Temporary Road Closure) Order 2013
A temporary road closure to allow carriageway patching works and pothole repairs to be carried out. The following is the statutory Notice of the Order having been made:
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