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North Yorkshire County Council

Notice ID: BRA1949398

Notice effective from
18th December 2020 to 17th January 2021

North Yorkshire County Council Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, Thirsk Bank To Mill Dike Lane, Coxwold, Order 2021, No. 3
We intend to make this Order to prohibit any vehicle from using Thirsk Bank To Mill Dike Lane, Coxwold for a temporary period of upto 10 weeks (subject to access to premises) between 04/01/20 & 03/07/22, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to North Yorkshire County Council 01609 780780 or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, Long Lane, Picton, Order 2021, No. 6
We intend to make this Order to prohibit any vehicle from using Long Lane, Picton for a temporary period (subject to access to premises) between 09/01/21 & 31/01/21, due to works. This is intended to take place, 09/01/21 - 10/01/21 between 23:15 & 08:30; 16/01/21- 17/01/21 between 23:15 & 08:30; 23/01/21 - 24/01/21 between 23:15 & 08:30 & 30/01/21 - 31/01/21 between 23:15 & 08:30. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to Traffic Management Services Ltd Tel: 0771 137 7005 or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, High Street (Service Road), Northallerton, Order 2021, No. 8
We intend to make this Order to prohibit any vehicle from using High Street (Service Road), Northallerton for a temporary period of 543 days (subject to access to premises) between 04/01/21 & 30/06/22, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to Hambleton District Council or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, High Street, Northallerton, Order 2021, No. 9
We intend to make this Order to prohibit any vehicle from using High Street, Northallerton for a temporary period of 543 days (subject to access to premises) between 04/01 /21 & 30/06/22, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to Hambleton District Council or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, Skellgill Lane, Askrigg, Order 2021, No. 10
We intend to make this Order to prohibit any vehicle from using Skellgill Lane, Askrigg for a temporary period of 12 days (subject to access to premises) between 04/01/21 & 15/01/21, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to BT - 0800 800150 or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Pedestrians, Public Footpaths 10.56/42/1, 10.56/42/2 & 10.56/43/1, Great And Little Broughton, Order 2021, No. 14
We intend to make this order to prohibit any pedestrian from using the Public Footpaths 10.56/42/1, 10.56/42/2 & 10.56/43/1, Great and Little Broughton, between grid reference NZ5315 0786 & NZ5369 0800 for a temporary period of 6 months (subject to access to premises) between 04/01/21 & 04/07/21, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to Brian Hall:

brian.hall@bamnuttall.co.uk

or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


Temporary Prohibition of Pedestrians, Public Footpath 10.110/39/1 Northallerton, Order 2021, No. 15
We intend to make this order to prohibit any pedestrian from using the Public Footpath No 10.110/39/1 Northallerton, between grid reference SE36899395 & SE36969396 for a temporary period of 6 months (subject to access to premises) between 04/01/21 & 03/07/21, due to works. The closure period will be indicated by traffic signs & a local alternative route will be signed on site where appropriate. All enquiries to Stephanie Deuchars (WSP) 02031 169180 or see

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/roadworks-map


30 Mph Speed Limit, Various Roads, East Layton, Order 2020
Notice is hereby given that on 15/12/20 North Yorkshire County Council made an Order under Sections 84(1) & (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 & Part IV of Schedule 9 to the 1984 Act, the effect of which is to prohibit any motor vehicle from travelling at a speed in excess of 30 miles per hour on any length of road at East Layton specified. Main Village Road, from a point 120 metres west of its junction with the west side of the road leading to the quarry haul road (measured along the southern kerbline), eastwards to a point 340 metres south east of its junction with the road leading northwards towards Forcett (measured along the northern kerbline); Limekiln Lane, from its junction with the main village street, northwards for a distance of 78 metres (measured along the eastern kerbline); Road Leading to Quarry Haul Road, from its junction with the main village street, southwards for a distance of 22 metres (measured along the eastern kerbline); Moor Lane, from its junction with the main village street, southwards for a distance of 56 metres (measured along the eastern kerbline); Road Leading Northwards to Forcett, from its junction with the main village street, northwards to a point 88 metres north of its junction with the northern side of Forcett Close (measured along the western kerbline); Forcett Close & The Ford in their entirity. A copy of the Order, which comes into operation on 21/12/20, may be examined at The Court House Reception, County Hall, Northallerton during normal office hours from 18/12/20 until 26/01/21 and also viewed online at

www.northyorks.gov.uk/

roadworks-map or

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/traffic-regulation-orders


Attachments

BRA1949398.pdf Download

North Yorkshire County Council

County Hall , Northallerton , North Yorkshire , DL7 8AD

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/ 0845 8 72 73 74

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