Borough Of Blyth Public Bridleway No 78 (Temporary Public Bridleway Closure)
What is happening?
NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 -
BOROUGH OF BLYTH
PUBLIC BRIDLEWAY No 78
(TEMPORARY PUBLIC BRIDLEWAY
CLOSURE) ORDER 2022
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Northumberland County Council intends to make an Order to prohibit the use of Blyth Valley Public Bridleway No 78, in the County of Northumberland.
The length of Public Bridleway No 78 which is affected is as follows:-
From a point on the A190 road (The Avenue) 255 metres west of Harbord Terrace in a south-easterly direction for a distance of 1675 metres to the junction with Public Bridleway No 53, 250 metres north-west of Crow Hall Farm.
There is an alternative route to the east using existing Public Bridleway No 55.
The Order is to be effective from the 5th January 2023 until the 1st April 2023.
Enquiries should be made to Tim Fish, Area Countryside Officer, by email to Tim.Fish@northumberland.gov.uk
The closure has been requested by Northumberland County Council in the interests of public safety to enable vegetation management and resurfacing.
Dated this 16th day of December 2022.
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