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NOTICE OF MAKING CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL (Broken Cross) (20 MPH speed limit) ORDER 2020

Notice ID: WAR1784160

Notice effective from
16th July 2020 to 15th August 2020

NOTICE OF MAKING CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL (Broken Cross) (20 MPH speed limit) ORDER 2020
Notice is hereby given that, on the 14th July 2020 the Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council made the above Traffic Regulation Order in accordance with the provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 which will come into force on 24th July 2020.
The effect of the proposed order will be to prohibit any vehicle from exceeding 20mph on the lengths of road specified in the schedule.
SCHEDULE (20mph speed limit)
Broken Cross
* Farm Road - from its junction with Middlewich Road for its full extents

* St John's Close- from its junction with Farm road for its full extents

* Wentworth Close - from its junction with Middlewich Road for its full extents

* Turnberry Close - from its junction with Wentworth Close for its full extents

* Sunningdale Close - from its junction with Wentworth Close for its full extents

* Waterside View - from its junction with Lavender Drive for its full extents

* Lavender Drive - from its junction with Middlewich Road for its full extents

* Wyche Close - from its junction with School Road North for its full extents

* School Road North - from its junction with King Street for its full extents

* Elizabethan Way - from its junction with School Road North for its full extents

* Tudor Close - from its junction with Elizabethan Way for its full extents

* Britannia Drive- from its junction with

King Street to its junction with Penny's Lane
* Sovereign Close - from its junction with Britannia Drive for its full extents

* Cookes Lane - from its junction with

King Street to its junction with Penny's Lane
* Foxglove Way - from its junction with Cookes Lane for its full extents

* Mulberry Close - from its junction with Foxglove Way for its full extents

If you wish to question the validity of the order or any of its provisions on the grounds that any requirements of the Act or any instruments made under it has not been complied with, you may, within 6 weeks from the date on which the order is made, apply for the purpose to the High Court.
10th July 2020
Kieran Collins (Ref: TRO 2586) Highways Commissioner Cheshire West and Chester Council Phoenix House, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 4BD
Cheshire West
Visit:

cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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Cheshire West and Chester Council

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