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Hetton-Le-Hole Flood Alleviation Scheme - Temporary Traffic Regulation Order 2024

DH5Published 17/04/24
Sunderland Echo • 

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Sunderland City Council gives notice that on 16th April 2024 it made an Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which is to at times temporarily prohibit all vehicles, cyclists, horse riders and pedestrians from those sections of roads, footways and footpaths listed in the schedule. Alternative pedestrian routes will be provided. The Order is required because works are to be undertaken on or near the highway namely the installation of a flood alleviation scheme. The Order comes into operation on 22nd April 2024. The maximum duration of the closure under this Order will be six months and it is anticipated that the works will take twenty-four weeks. However, only one section of highway will be closed at a time and each section of highway will be closed on one occasion for a maximum duration of three weeks.
All users of the highways in the schedule (except for personnel employed in the works) will be prohibited from those section of highway will be prohibited until the works are completed or at such times and to such extent as may from time to time be indicated by the display of traffic signs.
Schedule - Caroline Street for its entire extent; Caroline Street South Back from its junction with Railway Street to its junction with Scott’s Terrace West Rear; Caroline Street South Back from its junction with Scott’s Terrace to and including its junction with The Avenue; Scott’s Terrace from its junction with Caroline Street to its junction with Caroline Street South Back; Scott’s Terrace West Rear for its entire extent; and Victoria Street from its junction with Scott’s Terrace to its junction with The Avenue West Back.
Dated: 17th April 2024. Patrick Melia, Chief Executive,
Sunderland City Council, City Hall, Plater Way, Sunderland, SR1 3AA.

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