George V Playing Field
By Tarvin Webteam - 3rd February 2014 6:00am
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit traffic on the following length of road in Chester to enable Tree Cutting works to be carried out by Amberon Ltd.
Sandy Lane, Tarvin Sands, Chester
The closure will come into force on Friday 7 February 2014 and will be in force for a maximum of five days. It is anticipated that the work will last for approximately one day.
Nothing in the Order shall prevent driving upon the said lengths of road of any vehicle which is being used for the conveyance of persons, goods or merchandise to or from any premises situate on or adjacent to the lengths of road or in connection with agriculture, building construction, works of repair and the like or use in an emergency of vehicles for fire brigade, ambulance or police purposes. A through route will not always be available and any vehicles not requiring access to properties on the length of road should use alternative routes.
Alternative route for through traffic
The diversionary route is via: Kelsall Road and Barrow Lane
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