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In December last year the Local Area Committee agreed to implement a 7.5 ton limit on HGV's entering Windlesham village centre.

Surrey County Council Highways have now opened this for consultation.

If you wish to object to or make representations, which may include indications of support, relating to the proposed Orders you must send grounds of your objection or representations, in writing, to Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Surrey County Council, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ by 26th May 2017.

Further relevant information is detailed below:

1. SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL (“THE COUNCIL”) PROPOSE TO MAKE: -
(a) “THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL VARIOUS ROADS IN THE BOROUGH OF SURREY HEATH (WEIGHT RESTRICTION AND REVOCATION) (AMENDMENT) ORDER 201-”; and
(b) “THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL ((VARIOUS ROADS IN SURREY HEATH AND WOKING) (REVOCATION OF WEIGHT RESTRICTION AND WEIGHT RESTRICTION) ORDER 2002) (AMENDMENT NO. 2) ORDER 201-”,
under Sections 1(1) and 2 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) and of all other enabling powers.

2. The purpose and effect of the proposed Order referred to in sub-paragraph 1(a) above will be to: -
(a) prohibit any vehicle the maximum gross weight of which exceeds 7.5 tonnes from entering or proceeding along the lengths of roads specified in The Schedule to this Notice and to the extents specified therein (hereinafter referred to as the “restricted roads”);
(b) revoke “THE BOROUGH OF SURREY HEATH (HIGH STREET, CHOBHAM) WEIGHT RESTRICTION ORDER 1989” (“the Order of 1989”) in its entirety; and
(c) carry out legal drafting amendments to “THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL (AMENDMENT OF WEIGHT RESTRICTION ORDERS) (NO. 1) ORDER 2009” (“the Order of 2009”) so as to omit the Order of 1989, as specified in Item 3 of the First Schedule and Item 3 of the Second Schedule to the Order of 2009.

3. The prohibition referred to in paragraph 2(a) above will not apply in respect of anything done: -
(a) with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform;
(b) in accordance with any restriction or requirement indicated by traffic signs placed on or on behalf of the Police.

4. The prohibition referred to in paragraph 2(a) above shall also not apply to such vehicles being used:-
(a) in the service of a local authority or water authority in pursuance of statutory powers or duties; or
(b) for ambulance, fire brigade or police purposes in an emergency; or
(c) for the purpose of agricultural on any land adjacent to the restricted roads or in connection with the conveyance or haulage of timber felled on such land; or
(d) for the purpose of gaining access to or leaving any land and/or premises situated in or adjacent to the restricted roads or any roads or lengths of roads accessible only therefrom; or
(e) in connection with the carrying out on land or any premises situated on or adjacent to the restricted roads of any building, industrial or demolition operation or the removal of any obstruction to traffic, the maintenance, improvement, reconstruction, cleansing or lighting of the road or any roads accessible only therefrom, or the laying, erection, alteration or repair of any sewer under the restricted roads, or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply gas, water, or electricity or of any electronic communications apparatus thereunder or thereon, or for the placing, maintenance or removal of any traffic sign thereof.
(N.B. The proposed weight limit will not apply to buses)

5. The purpose and effect of the proposed Order referred to in sub-paragraph 1(b) above will be to carry out further drafting amendments to “THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS ROADS IN SURREY HEATH AND WOKING) (REVOCATION OF WEIGHT RESTRICTION AND WEIGHT RESTRICTION) ORDER 2002” (“the Order of 2002”) so as to take account of the proposed reduction of the existing weight limit in High Street, Chobham.

6. A copy of both of the proposed Orders, together with plans showing the lengths of roads to which the Orders relate, the Order of 1989, the Order of 2009, the Order of 2002, a Statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Orders and a Statement of the Council’s guidelines on the acceptance of objections to traffic regulation orders may be inspected free of charge at: (i) Lightwater Library, 83A Guildford Road, Lightwater, Surrey, GU18 5SB, during normal opening hours; (ii) Reception, Surrey Heath Borough Council, Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, GU15 3HD, during normal office hours; (iii) Woking Library, Gloucester Walk, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6EP during normal opening hours; (iv) Reception, Woking Borough Council, Civic Offices, Gloucester Square, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6YL, during normal opening office hours; (v) Council Offices, Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 7QQ during normal office hours.

THE SCHEDULE

Chobham
High Street (A3046), from its junction with the circulatory carriageway comprised in the roundabout situated at the junction of High Street (A3046) and Bagshot Road (A319) southwards to its junction with the circulatory carriageway comprised in the roundabout situated at the junction of High Street (A3046), Station Road (A3046) and Castle Grove Road (C11);
Windlesham
Chertsey Road (B386), from its junction with Updown Hill to the north-western kerb-line of Highams Lane;
The entire lengths of the following roads in Windlesham: -
Updown Hill (B386), Heathpark Drive (D533), Birch Road (D533), Oakwood Road (D533), Kings Lane (D529) (that section which is public highway), Kent Road (D529), Owen Road (D529), Caldwell Road (D529), Ramsay Road (D529), Windle Close (D503), Cooper Road (D503), Atfield Grove (D503), Cochrane Place (D503), Govett Grove (D503), Finney Drive (D503) and Loneacre (D529)

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 May 2017 10:38 )