King George V Playing Field
By Kieran Collins, Highways Commissioner - 5th July 2019 6:00am
Notice is hereby given that the Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council propose to make the following Traffic Regulation Order, in accordance with the provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, at A54 Kelsall road, service road, Tarvin Sands
RESTRICTION OF WAITING IN LAY-BYS ORDER 2019
The effect of the order will be to restrict waiting between the hours of 8pm and 8am to 2 hours, return prohibited within 6 hours on the following lengths of road:
* Lay-by on Kelsall Road Service Road (north-west side) from a point 23 metres north-east of its junction with Horton Lane for a distance of 73 metres in a north-easterly direction; and
* Lay-by on Kelsall Road Service Road (south-east side) from a point 20 metres north-east of its junction with Horton Lane for a distance of 83 metres in a north-easterly direction.
Full details are in the draft Order which, together with a plan showing the extents of the proposal may be examined at the Council Offices, Ground Floor Reception, The Forum, Chester between the hours of 9.00am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
All objections and other representations relating to the Order must be made in writing to the undersigned by 19th July 2019 and objections must specify the grounds on which they are made. Any representations made should specify the title of the Order and may become available for public inspection.
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