Temporary Prohibition of Pedestrians: Milner Approach and Boswell Row Footbridge Caterham

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NOTICE
THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL
(T10017) MILNER APPROACH, CATERHAM
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF PEDESTRIANS ORDER 2017

SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSE TO MAKE the above mentioned Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit all pedestrians or any person proceeding by any other means, from entering or proceeding along the following lengths of (T10017) Milner Approach, Caterham (also known as Footpath 60):

a) The entire length of the footbridge known as Boswell Row Footbridge;

b) That length of the footpath as extends from a point where the north-western extent of Boswell Row Footbridge ends to a point in line with the southern property boundary of No. 224 Stafford Road.

The alternative route will be via Stafford Road, Townpath – Stafford Road to Croydon Road (also known as Footpath 59) and Croydon Road or this route in reverse order.

This Order is required because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the said footpath, namely demolition and replacement works of the existing footbridge, to be carried out by Dyer & Butler. These works are anticipated to be completed within two months, during the six month period of operation of this Order which commences on 7th August 2017. The closure will stay in force 24 hours per day however advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary prohibition closure will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. No sole means of access to any premises will be affected by this closure.

 

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