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Temporary Closure of Public Footpath 34, Lodmoor, Weymouth

Notice ID: MF0274082

Notice effective from
3rd May 2018 to 2nd June 2018

Dorset County Council
Temporary Closure of Public Footpath 34, Lodmoor, Weymouth
DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL intend, not less than seven days from the date of this notice to make an Order under Section 14 [1] of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended. All pedestrians will be prohibited from proceeding along [1] Footpath 34, from grid reference E,368462 N,8I688 to grid reference E,368424 N,81606, a distance of approximately 435 metres. [2] Adopted footpath between grid reference E,368424 N,81606 and grid reference E,368388 N,81530. The order is needed in order to comply with Health and Safety Regulations, which require the provision of safe working areas and to minimise the likelihood of danger to Highway Users. It will come into operation on 07th May 2018 for a period of 26 weeks, (06th November 2018). But it may be extended, with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport, if necessary. The closure will only be in place, as and when indicated by the signs placed on site. This closure is required to allow Weymouth and Portland Borough Council safe access to carry out trial pits and undertake bridge construction. For the period of this footpath closure an alternative route will be signposted on site using footpaths around the Lodmoor Reserve.
If you would like further information about the works please contact Weymouth & Portland Borough Council on 01305 252479. For further information about Rights of Way matters, please call Dorset Countryside on 01305 221000. Dated: 3 May 2018.
MIKE HARRIES, Director for Environment and the Economy, County Hall, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1XJ.

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Dorset County Council

County Hall , Colliton Park , Dorchester , Dorset , DT1 1XJ

http://www.dorsetforyou.com/ 01305 251 000

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