Notice of Making a Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification OrderNotice ID: MFN0575288
Notice of Making a Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order
Highways Act 1980
Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981
Dorset Council (Footpaths 9 (Part), 22 & Bridleways 7 (Part), 8 & 23, Piddlehinton and Bridleway 32 (Part), Puddletown at Muston Farm)
Public Path Diversion Order 2020
The above order, made on 9 October 2020 under section 119 of the Highways Act 1980, will divert the footpaths and bridleways in the parishes of Piddlehinton and Puddletown as shown on the order map as follows:
From the existing ways and paths:
Part of Footpath 9, Piddlehinton:
The whole width of the footpath from the unaffected part of Footpath 9 at the southern field boundary (at the site of the medieval village of Little Piddle) at SY 71979639, south west across the field to its junction with the current route of Bridleway 23 at SY 71979638, then south south west and south across fields to rejoin the unaffected part of Footpath 9 at SY 71959633.
Bridleway 23. Piddlehinton:
The whole width of the bridleway from its junction with Bridleway 10, Piddlehinton at SY 71829645, south east then north east across a field to its junction with Footpaths 9 and 22, Piddlehinton at SY 71979638.
Footpath 22, Piddlehinton:
The whole width of the footpath from its junction with Bridleway 23 and Footpath 9, Piddlehinton at SY 71979638, south east across fields and passing through a copse, to its junction with Bridleways 7 and 8, Piddlehinton, north of Muston Farm at SY 72269594.
Part of Bridleway 7. Piddlehinton:
The whole width of the bridleway from its junction with Footpath 22 and Bridleway 8, Piddlehinton north of Muston Farm at SY 72269594, west south west through the farmyard, along a farm track, to rejoin the unaffected part of Bridleway 7 at SY 72169591.
Bridleway 8, Piddlehinton:
The whole width of the bridleway from its junction with Bridleway 7 and Footpath 22, Piddlehinton, north of Muston Farm at SY 72269594, south east through the farmyard and across a field to its junction with Bridleway 32, Puddletown at the Puddletown parish boundary at SY 72459582.
Part of Bridleway 32. Puddletown:
The whole width of the bridleway from its junction with Bridleway 8, Piddlehinton at the Piddlehinton parish boundary at SY 72459582, south east across a field and along a stone/gravel surfaced track to rejoin the unaffected part of Bridleway 32 at SY 72589562.
To the new ways and path:
Footpath 9, Piddlehinton:
From the unaffected part of Footpath 9 at SY 71979639, south west along the edge of the field to its junction with
the proposed new Bridleway 26 at SY 71939636, then continue south east across the field to rejoin the unaffected
part of Footpath 9 at SY 71959633. Width: 3 metres, except for 1.525 metres at SY 71939636.
A Bridleway, Piddlehinton:
To be numbered Bridleway 26, Piddlehinton
From its junction with Bridleway 10, Piddlehinton at SY 71839646, south east across a field to its junction with Footpath 9 at the field boundary at SY 71939636, then south east across a second field, (via SY 71959633), to the field boundary at SY 72159607. Continue south east, along a grass and earth surfaced farm track, to SY 72209601, then turning west south west, along a grass surfaced track fenced on both sides, passing around the northern side of farm buildings to SY 72129596 then south south east to its junction with Bridleway 7 at SY 72169591. Continue south east, along a grass surfaced track, fenced on both sides, to SY 72239582, then south east passing through a copse to SY 72299576, turning east north east through the copse and along a grass surfaced track, to its junction with the proposed new route of Bridleway 32, Puddletown at the Puddletown parish boundary at SY 72449582. Width: 3 metres, except for 1.525 metres at SY 71839646 and SY 71939636 and 1.8 metres at SY 72159607 and SY 72239582.
Bridleway 32, Puddletown:
From its junction with proposed Bridleway 26, Piddlehinton at the Piddlehinton parish boundary at SY 72449582, south east along a grass surfaced track to rejoin the unaffected part of Bridleway 32 at SY 72589562. Width: 3 metres.
A copy of the order as made and the order map are available on our website at www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/ row-orders and can be viewed at County Hall by prior appointment only, due to the current Covid-19 situation. To enquire about viewing a copy of the order or for further information, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or telephone 01305 224463.
Any representations about or objections to the order may be sent in writing to Vanessa Penny, Definitive Map Team Manager, Spatial Planning, Dorset Council, County Hall, Colliton Park, Dorchester, Dorset, DTI 1XJ (Ref: RW/P188), or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, not later than 13 November 2020. Please state the grounds on which they are made. Any letters received will be made available for public inspection. If no such representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are withdrawn, Dorset Council may confirm the order as an unopposed order. If the order is sent to the Secretary of State for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for confirmation any representations and objections which have not been withdrawn will be sent with the order. Dated: 15 October 2020 JONATHAN MAIR, Monitoring Officer
Notice Under Article 13 of Application for Planning Permission Accompanied By An Environmental Statement
Application Reference WP/20/00692/DCC.
Proposed Development at Portland Port, Castletown, Portland DT51 PP. Powerfuel Portland Ltd is applying for planning permission for: Construction of an energy recovery facility with ancillary buildings and works including administrative facilities, gatehouse and weighbridge, parking and circulation areas, cable routes to ship berths and existing off-site electrical sub-station, with site access through Portland Port from Castletown.
This application is accompanied by an environmental statement, copies of which are available by emailing email@example.com at a cost of £15 for a CD or £250 for a hard copy so long as stocks last. Members of the public may inspect copies of the application, the plans, and other documents submitted with it at https://plan.dorsetcc.gov.uk/ via the Minerals and Waste search page.
Representations about this application can be made online through the above link or write to Planning and Community Services, Dorset Council, County Hall, Colliton Park, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ by 16 November 2020. At present, during the COVID-19 emergency, we strongly encourage you to submit representations online if possible. Any representations you make will be available for public inspection. It is recommended that you avoid disclosing information of a sensitive nature, such as your email address and your telephone number, in any representation to the Council.
If an appeal is made against the Council's decision on this application, any representations you have made on it will then be copied to the Planning Inspectorate. There may not be a chance to make further comments at the appeal stage so we advise you to include all comments you wish to make in your representation in response to this notice.
Dorset Council's Planning Service during the COVID-19 emergency: Officers should be contactable via email or telephone although they may not always be able to work normal working hours. Please accept our apologies for any disruption which does occur during this difficult time. Mike Garrity Head of Planning Date: 15 October 2020