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THE NEW FOREST DISTRICT (POPLAR LANE, BRANSGORE) (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER 2017

NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL 

THE NEW FOREST DISTRICT (POPLAR LANE, BRANSGORE) (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER 2017

On 8th March 2017 New Forest District Council, acting as agent to the Highway Authority, Hampshire County Council made a Traffic Regulation Order as follows:-

EFFECT OF ORDER: To introduce waiting restrictions as indicated below:-

'No waiting at any time' in part of Poplar Lane, Bransgore.

DATE OF OPERATION:  The Order will come into operation on 7th April 2017.

FURTHER DETAILS:  A copy of this Notice, the Order as made, a plan showing the location and effect of the proposals, and a Statement of Reasons for making the Order may be inspected during the usual office hours at the following places, and on the Council's website www.newforest.gov.uk under 'Planning' then 'Transport and Streets' then 'Public Consultations':-  

            i)          New Forest District Council, Appletree Court, Lyndhurst;

            ii)         New Forest District Council Information Office, Town Hall, Ashley Road, New Milton.                                   

 APPLICATION TO THE HIGH COURT:  Any person who desires to question the validity of the Order or of any provision contained in the Order on the grounds that it is not within the powers of Sections 1, 2 and 4 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of those Sections or of Parts I, II, or III of Schedule 9 to the Act or any regulations made under the said Part III of Schedule 9 have not been complied with in relation to the Order may, by 19th April 2017 make application for the purpose to the High Court.       

Chris Elliott, Executive Head of Economy, Housing and Planning

NFDC Appletree Court Lyndhurst SO43 7PA

(e.mail: traffic@nfdc.gov.uk)

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Updated: 15 Mar 2017
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