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Red Lane - Temporary Traffic Prohibition

S81 8BPPublished 15/03/24
Worksop Guardian • 

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THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(RED LANE, CARLTON IN LINDRICK)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING) ORDER 2024 (BS24-058)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nottinghamshire County Council has made an Order, under Section
14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, in respect of roads at Carlton in Lindrick in the
District of Bassetlaw.
The effects of the Order will be:
1. Vehicles are prohibited from proceeding in the following length of road:
a. Red Lane – from is junction with B6045 Blyth Road to its junction with A60 Carlton Road.
2. All existing permanent restrictions will be temporarily suspended as required.
3. The restrictions specified above shall only be in effect when the signs are in place.
IT IS INTENDED that the prohibitions respecting the above road or roads will apply as follows:
From 08:00 hours on Monday 18 th March 2024
Until 18:00 hours on Monday 8 th April 2024
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that during the period of restriction the alternative route
available will be:
B6045 Blyth Road – Hundred Acre Lane – Tinkers Hill – Liquorice Lane – Wigthorpe Lane – A60 Carlton Road
and vice versa.
The Order will come into force on Monday 18 th March 2024 and any prohibition in it shall apply on that day
and any subsequent day when necessary to enable works to be carried out. The Order shall continue in force
until the works are completed (within a maximum period of 18 months).
The prohibition is required to enable Severn Trent Water to carry out the install of a rising main;
Corporate Director – Place
Bilsthorpe Business Park, Eakring Rd, Bilsthorpe, NG22 8ST Tel: 0300 500 8080

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