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PC Minutes 12th April 2016

WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL
Peldon   Great Wigborough   Little Wigborough   Salcott   Virley
Website: www.winstred100.org

Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Abbotts Hall Farm, Great Wigborough at 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th April 2016. Continue reading

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Colchester Road/The Strood/Mersa Road Speed Limit

The Essex County Council (B1025 Colchester Road/The Strood, West Mersea & Mersea Road, Peldon) (40mph Speed Limit) Order 2014

Notice is hereby given that the Essex County Council has made the above Order under Sections 84(1) and (2) and Part III to Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

Effect of the order: To introduce a 40MPH speed limit on that length of B1025 Colchester Road/The Strood, West Mersea & Mersea Road, Peldon in the Borough of Colchester as specified (The roads are currently derestricted):

RoadDescription
B1025 Colchester Road/The Strood, West MerseaFrom a point approximately 60 metres north west of its junction with Mersea Road (northern arm of Bennett island) in a generally south easterly direction, for a distance of approximately 265 metres.
Mersea Road, PeldonFrom its junction with B1025 Colchester Road (both arms of the Bennett island) in a generally north westerly direction, for a distance of approximately 1070 metres.

Date of operation: The Order will come into operation on 31 March 2014.

Further details: A copy of the Order and plans may be examined during normal office hours at County Hall, Chelmsford CM1 1LX.

Application to the high court: Anyone who wishes to question the validity of the Order of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or on the grounds that any requirement of the Act, or any instrument made under it, has not been complied with in relation to the Order, may within six weeks from the date of the making of the Order apply to the High Court for this purpose.

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