THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (BLOXAM GARDENS & SEABROKE AVENUE, NEW BILTON, RUGBY) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2016

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to impose a 20 mph speed limit on the length of road mentioned in the Schedule below.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby and at the Public Library, Little Elborow Street, Rugby, CV21 3BZ during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076).

Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 7 October 2016.

STATEMENT OF REASONS

 1.1 Warwickshire County Council is proposing to reduce the existing 30 mph speed limit on Bloxam Gardens and Seabroke Avenue to a 20 mph speed limit.

1.2 The scheme will involve the use of existing speed reducing traffic calming features, signs and road markings.

1.3 New speed limits with reduced vehicle speeds will help improve the environment for residents, pedestrians and cyclists.

SCHEDULE

(20 MPH Speed Limit) 

Bloxam Gardens/ Seabroke Avenue 

For their entire length

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THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (BARN END ROAD & ORTON ROAD, WARTON) (30 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2016

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to impose a     30 mph speed limit on the length of road mentioned in the Schedule below.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the North Warwickshire Borough Council, The Council House, South Street, Atherstone, CV9 1BD and at the Public Library, Bridge Street, Polesworth, Tamworth, B78 1DT during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076).

Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 7 October 2016.

 STATEMENT OF REASONS

 1.1 Warwickshire County Council is proposing to reduce the existing 60 mph speed limit on Barn End Road & Orton Road for a short length to a 30 mph speed limit on the approach to the crossroads. This will provide a buffer on the approach to the village in the vicinity of the crossroads and reduce vehicle speeds.

1.2 The scheme will involve the use of speed reducing traffic signs and road markings.

1.3 New speed limits with reduced vehicle speeds will help improve the environment for residents, pedestrians and cyclists.

SCHEDULE

(30 mph Speed Limit) 

  1. Barn End Road

That length of Barn End Road from its junction with Orton Road in a south westerly direction for a distance of 70 metres.

  1. Orton Road 

That length of Orton Road from its junction with Barn End Road in a westerly direction for a distance of 50 metres.

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THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS ROADS, ASTLEY) (30 MPH & 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2016

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to impose speed limits on the lengths of road as described in the Schedules below.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with copies of Orders to be varied, a plan showing the lengths of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick; at the North Warwickshire Borough Council, Council House, South Street, Atherstone; and at the Public Library, Church Street, Nuneaton during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926  412076).

Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX.  (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.)  Objections must be sent so as to be received by 7 October 2016.

STATEMENT OF REASONS

 1.1 Warwickshire County Council is proposing to reduce the existing 50 mph speed limit on Nuthurst Lane, B4102 Astley Lane, Red Lane, B4102 Park Lane & Windmill Lane, Astley to a 30 mph speed limit. This will provide a buffer on all approaches to the crossroads and reduce vehicle speeds.

 1.2 As part of this proposal Warwickshire County Council will formalise the existing 50mph Traffic Regulation Order for Astley.

1.3 The scheme will involve the use of speed reducing traffic signs and road markings.

1.4 New speed limits with reduced vehicle speeds will help improve the environment for residents, pedestrians and cyclists.

SCHEDULE

(30 mph Speed Limit) 

  1. B4102 Astley Lane

From its junction with the B4102 Park Lane / Nuthurst Lane / Red Lane, north-east for a distance of 210 metres.

  1. Nuthurst Lane

From its junction with the B4102 Park Lane / B4102 Astley Lane / Red Lane, north-west to a point 38 metres north-west of its junction with Post Office Row.

  1. B4102 Park Lane

From its junction with the B4102 Astley Lane / Nuthurst Lane / Red Lane, south-west for a distance of 130 metres.

  1. Red Lane

From its junction with the B4102 Park Lane / B4102 Astley Lane / Nuthurst Lane, south-east to a point 40 metres south-east of its junction with Windmill Lane.

  1. Windmill Lane

From its junction with Red Lane / Astley Lane, south-west for a distance of 10 metres.

 

 SCHEDULE 2

(50 mph Speed Limit) 

  1. B4102 Astley Lane

From a point 210 metres north-east of its junction with B4102 Park Lane / Nuthurst Lane / Red Lane, north-east to a point 40 metres south-west of its junction with the B4112 Ansley Road.

  1. Nuthurst Lane / Church Lane, Astley

From a point 38 metres north-west of its junction with Post Office Row, north-west to its junction with the B4112 Ansley Road.

  1. B4102 Park Lane

From a point 130 metres south-west of its junction with B4102 Astley Lane / Nuthurst Lane / Red Lane, in a generally south-westerly direction, to a point 93 metres west of the property boundary with The Bungalow and Public Footpath M341.

  1. Red Lane / Astley Lane

From a point 40 metres south-east of its junction with Windmill Lane, in a generally south-easterly direction, to a point 120 metres west of its junction with The Lawns.

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PROPOSED CYCLE ROUTE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES UPGRADE, CHESTERTON DRIVE, LEAMINGTON SPA

Warwickshire County Council is proposing to upgrade the existing pedestrian facilities on Chesterton Drive , Leamington Spa to include provision for cyclists.

The conversion of the footway to a shared use facility for use by both pedestrians and cyclists is being proposed as part of a cycle route linking the St Fremund Way development to Sydenham Drive and the wider cycle network in south Leamington and Whitnash. I enclose a copy of drawing number  SSZ200-sk03 which shows the cycle route and the location of the proposed upgrade.

If you have any comments please send them  by 3rd October 2016

THE BUTTS, WARWICK – PROPOSED TRAFFIC CALMING FEATURE

Warwickshire County Council propose to install a build out (road narrowing feature) on the  Butts, Warwick in the vicinity of the north west side and north east side of the vehicle access crossing to The Punchbowl Public House.

A copy of the plan (TR9926) showing the proposed location of the build out and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to install it may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick; at the Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hill, Leamington Spa, CV32 5HZ and at the Public Library, Shire Hall, Warwick during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076). Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 30 September 2016.

Statement of reason for The Butts

1.1       Warwickshire County Council is proposing to introduce a road narrowing feature on each side of the vehicle access crossing to The Punchbowl Public House in The Butts adjacent to its junction with Northgate.

1.2       The proposed feature will be screw in flexible posts and are designed to restrict vehicle speeds, aid pedestrians crossing and improve road safety.

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THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (LONGDOWN LANE, RUGBY) (PROHIBITION OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLES OF OVER 7.5 TONNES) ORDER 2016

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit the driving of goods vehicles of over 7.5 tonnes in maximum gross weight in the length of road described in the Schedule below.

The usual exemptions for loading/unloading, emergency services, local authority and statutory undertakers vehicles will apply.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby, CV21 2RR and at the Public Library, Little Elborow St, Rugby CV21 3BZ during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076).

Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.)  Objections must be sent so as to be received by 23 September 2016.

Statement of reason for Longdown Lane

1.1 Warwickshire County Council is proposing to prevent the movement of Heavy Goods Vehicles over 7.5 tonnes from entering and using the highway as a through route along Longdown Lane, Rugby.

1.2 The scheme will involve the use of traffic signs.

1.3 The introduction of the 7.5 Tonne Weight Restriction will improve road safety by restricting the use of Heavy Goods Vehicles along the rural roads.

1.4 Northamptonshire County Council are to advertise a separate Traffic Regulation Order to introduce a 7.5 Tonne Weight Restriction on roads within Northamptonshire.

SCHEDULE

Longdown Lane

From its junction with the Daventry Road (A45) to the county boundary with Northamptonshire

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THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (B4087 OAKLEY WOOD ROAD, BISHOPS TACHBROOK) (30 MPH & 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2016

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to impose a 30 mph speed limit on the lengths of road mentioned in Schedule 1 and 50 mph speed limit on the lengths of road mentioned in Schedule 2 below and to revoke the orders and provisions in Schedule 3.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hill, Leamington Spa CV32 5HZ and at the Whitnash Public Library, Franklin Road, Whitnash, Leamington Spa, CV31 2JH during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076).

Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 23 September 2016.

Statement of reason for Bishops Tachbrook

1.1 Warwickshire County Council is proposing to reduce a short section of the existing 30 mph speed limit along the B4087 Oakley Wood Road and introduce a 50 mph speed limit.

1.2 At present the 30 mph speed limit for Bishop’s Tachbrook is positioned away from the entrance to the village and as part of this proposal Warwickshire County Council is proposing to reposition the 30 mph speed limit terminal signs and implement a new gateway feature closer to the village.

1.3 Warwickshire County Council will be revoking the existing 30 mph / 50 mph speed limit orders on the B4087 Oakley Wood Road and Mallory Road and a new speed limit order will be made.

1.4 Improved speed limit signs and features will help improve the environment for residents, pedestrians and cyclists.

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SCHEDULE 1

(30 mph Speed Limit)

  1. B4087 Oakley Wood Road

That length of road from a point 132 metres north of the junction with Savages Close (centre of junction) in a southerly direction to a point 273 metres south west of its junction with Church Hill (centre of junction).

  1. Savages Close (no street lighting)

Its entire length

  1. Church Hill / Mallory Road

That length of road from its junction with the B4087 Oakley Wood Road in a generally westerly direction to a point 15 metres from its junction with Seven Acre Close (centre of junction)

 

SCHEDULE 2

(50 mph Speed Limit)

  1. B4087 Oakley Wood Road

That length of road from a point 132 metres north of its junction with Savages Close (centre of junction) in a generally northerly direction to a point 67 metres north of its junction with Harbury Lane.

  1. B4087 Oakley Wood Road

That length of road from a point 273 metres south west of its junction with Church Hill in a generally south westerly direction to its junction with the B4100 Banbury Road.

 

SCHEDULE 3

(Provisions to be revoked)

1. The County Council of Warwick (Built-up Areas) Order 1947

2. The Warwickshire County Council (B4087 Oakley Wood Road, Bishops Tachbrook)(50 MPH Speed Limit) Order 2009

3. Schedule 1, paragraph 10 of The Warwickshire County Council (Various Roads, District of Warwick)(Speed Limit) Order 2008, as follows:

B4087 Oakley Wood Road, Bishops Tachbrook

From a point 67 metres north of its junction with Harbury Lane, southwards for a distance of 1253 metres to the village of Bishops Tachbrook.