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THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF BURY (GOSHEN AREA, BURY) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2017 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Notice ID: AC3616177

Notice effective from
26th October 2017 to 25th November 2017

BURY COUNCIL

THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF BURY (GOSHEN AREA,

BURY) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2017 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bury Metropolitan Borough Council intends to make the above named Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as follows :-

that Bury Metropolitan Borough Council intends to make the above named Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as follows :-

20 mph speed limit applying to the following streets:

Street

Length

Tennyson Avenue

Full length

Shakespeare Avenue

Full length

Wordsworth Avenue

Full length

Burns Avenue

Full length

Scott Avenue

Full length

Austen Avenue

Full length

Bridges Avenue

Full length

Bronte Avenue

Full length

Fletcher Fold Road

Full length

Goshen Lane (unadopted)

Full length

Haworth Close (unadopted)

Full length

Un-named and unaopted road to rear

of 381-403 Manchester Road

Full length

Un-named and unadopted road to rear

of 371-379 Manchester Road

Full length

A copy of the draft 20mph Speed Limit Order, plans showing the roads and areas affected, a schedule of all streets included and a statement of the Council's reasons for making the Order and introducing the proposals may be inspected at the reception desk at the address below during normal office hours. Objections to the proposals, together with the grounds on which they are made must be made in writing and sent to Traffic and Road Safety Services, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury BL9 OEJ or by e-mail to trafflc.calming@bury.gov.uk by Friday 17th November 2017.

Furthermore: The Council intends to revoke The Metropolitan Borough of Bury (Tennyson Avenue) (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2007 in its entirety in so much as it is fully superseded by the proposed order. Dated: 26"'October 2017 Council Solicitor

THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF BURY (RADCLIFFE TOWN CENTRE AREA, RADCLIFFE) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bury Metropolitan Borough Council intends to make the above named Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as follows:-

that Bury Metropolitan Borough Council intends to make the above named Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as follows:-

20 mph speed limit applying to the following streets:

Street

Length

Blackburn Street

Full length

Deansgate

Full length

Thomas Street

Full length

Railway Street

Full length

Elizabeth Street

Full length

May Street

Full length

Green Street

Full length

Foundry Street

For 50m south of Green Street

Foundry Street (unadopted)

For 40m south of West Street

West Street

Full length

New Church Street

From Blackburn Street to gable end of

1 Newchurch Court

New Church Street (unadopted)

From gable end of 1 Newchurch

Court to Bridgefield Walk

A copy of the draft 20mph Speed Limit Order, plans showing the roads and areas affected, a schedule of all streets included and a statement of the Council's reasons for making the Order and introducing the proposals may be inspected at the reception desk at the address below during normal office hours. Objections to the proposals, together with the grounds on which they are made must be made in writing and sent to Traffic and Road Safety Services, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury BL9 OEJ or by e-mail to traffic.calming@bury.gov.uk by IT* November 2017.

IT*

Furthermore: The Council intends to revoke the Metropolitan Borough of Bury (Radcliffe Town Centre) (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2014 in its entirety in so much as it is fully superseded by the proposed order. Dated: 26'* October 2017 Council Solicitor

TOWN HALL, BURY, LANCASHIRE BL9 OSW

Tel: 0161-253-5000

Attachments

AC3616177.pdf Download

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

Town Hall , Knowsley Street , Bury , Lancashire , BL9 0SW

http://www.bury.gov.uk/ 01612 535 000

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