(VARIOUS ROADS, BURNETT, CHEW MAGNA, CHEW STOKE, CORSTON, DUNKERTON, ENGLISHCOMBE, FARMBOROUGH, FRESHFORD, PRISTON, STANTON DREW) (20 M.P.H. SPEED LIMIT) (30 M.P.H. SPEED LIMIT) (40 M.P.H. SPEED LIMIT) (VARIATION NO. 1) ORDER 201*
Reference: 16-022 PEV12389/AC
Closing date for Objections and Representations 9th March 2017
The Council in exercise of their powers under The Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 propose to vary the existing permanent Order to make the following variations to the speed limits on the B3114, Chew Lane, between Chew Magna and Chew Stoke:-
1. Introduction of an Advisory 20mph speed limit (when warning lights are flashing) outside of Chew Valley School;
2. Remove the 30mph speed limit buffer zones either end of Chew Lane; and
3. Extend the existing 40mph speed limit on Chew Lane up to the existing 20mph speed limits on the edges of Chew Magna and Chew Stoke
This order is proposed so as to:
- avoid danger to persons or other traffic using the road or to prevent the likelihood of any such danger arising.
Full details of the proposal are contained in the draft order which, together with a map and a Statement of the Council’s Reasons for proposing to make the order, may be inspected at the One Stop Shops at The Hollies, High Street, Midsomer Norton and Keynsham Civic Centre, Market Walk, Keynsham during normal office hours. The proposal may also be viewed on the Council’s website: www.bathnes.gov.uk, by searching for the PEV number above.
Objections and representations with respect to the proposal, together with the grounds on which they are made, must be sent in writing by the above date to the Council at the following addresses:
Traffic Management Team, Bath and North East Somerset Council, Lewis House, Manvers Street, BATH, BA1 1JG or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please quote the title of the proposal and the reference as shown above.
Please note that all representations received may be considered in public by the Council and that the substance of any comments together with the name and address of the person making it could become available for public inspection. The Notice will need to be dated.