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WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 SECTION 116 TWO ROADS AT ARLINGTON BUSINESS PARK

Notice ID: MF0200387

Notice effective from
16th February 2017 to 18th March 2017

WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 SECTION 116 TWO ROADS AT ARLINGTON BUSINESS PARK
THEALE READING BERKSHIRE
TAKE NOTICE that the West Berkshire District Council intend to apply to the Reading Magistrates' Court under Section 116 Highways Act 1980 for the stopping-up of a highway described in the Schedule to this Notice on the grounds that it is unnecessary. This Application is to be heard on 31st day of March 2017 at 12.00pm in the Reading Magistrates' Court sitting at Castle Street Reading Berkshire RG1 7TQ. The effect of the Order sought will be to prevent pedestrian and vehicular traffic from using the said stopped up roads shown crossed hatch black shown on the plan which may be inspected free of charge at the West Berkshire District Council (at ground floor reception) Council Offices Market Street Newbury Berkshire between the hours of 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday
SCHEDULE
Two roads situate at Arlington Business ParkTheale
Reading Berkshire
DATED this 16 February 2017.
Sarah Clarke, Interim Head of Legal Services,
West Berkshire District Council, Council Offices,
Market Street, Newbury RG14 5LD.

Attachments

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West Berkshire Council

Council Offices , Market Street , Newbury , West Berkshire , RG14 5LD

http://www.westberks.gov.uk/ 01635 424 00

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Alan Heath
1:25pm Tue 21 Feb 17
Could someone translate this please? "The effect of the Order sought will be to prevent pedestrian and vehicular traffic from using the said stopped up roads shown crossed hatch black shown on the plan " What does "stopped up roads" mean? If pedestrian and vehicular traffic access is denied in the hashed areas how do cars and pedestrian get to the builds "One, two and three"?

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