Durham County CouncilNotice ID:
The Council proposes in not less than 7 days from the date of this notice to make the following 2 Orders under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, as amended: (BRACKENDALE ROAD, BELMONT) (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) ORDER 2016 The effect will be to close to all vehicular traffic an 80m length of Brackendale Road that extends southwards from its junction with Broomside Lane, Belmont (except for access to up to property no.6 from the northern side and to property no.8 from the southern side) by reason of new sewer installation works to be undertaken. The maximum duration of the temporary closure under the Order is 18 months and is required from Mon 18.04.16 and for the duration of the works, anticipated to be 4 weeks. Alternative route: from the northern side of the closure from Broomside Lane westerly and turning southerly onto The Links and easterly on Brackendale Road to the southern side of the closure and vice versa. (A690 LEAZES BOWL ROUNDABOUT, CLAYPATH & NEW ELVET BRIDGE AREA) (TEMPORARY ROAD &
FOOTWAY CLOSURE) ORDER 2016 The effect will be to close to: Vehicular traffic: (1) A 145m length of road Claypath that extends westerly from its junction with New Elvet Bridge to the junction of Market Place (2) A 20m length of western side of Leazes Bowl Roundabout (thereby imposing a no right turn manoeuvre from New Elvet Bridge onto eastbound A690) (3) A 20m length of eastern side of Leazes Bowl Roundabout (thereby imposing a no right turn from eastbound A690 onto New Elvet Bridge) Pedestrian Traffic (4) A 450m length of northern footway of A690 between Claypath one-way slip road and the footpath leading to Ravensworth Terrace, and including the footpath from Leazes Bowl Roundabout to the rear of the Bus Stops leading onto Claypath Bridge (5) The Leazes Bowl Subway and approaches linking the northern associated footway of A690 Leazes Road to the footpath south of A690 (6) A 200m length of southern footway of A690 between the road leading to Pelaw Leazes Lane and extending 30m onto New Elvet Bridge (7)The footpath north of the riverside footpath (Footpath No. 78) that extends between the Leazes Bowl Subway to New Elvet Bridge, a distance of 40m(8) A 140mlength offootway on the southern side of A690 between Claypath and Walkergate (9) The footway on the southern side of Claypath extending between Market Place and New Elvet Bridge over a distance of178m and (10) The footway on the northern side of Claypath that extends eastwards from Claypath Bridge for a distance of 55m by reason of carriageway reconstruction including new traffic signal installation works to be undertaken. The maximum duration of the temporary closure under the Order is 18 months and is required for 23 weeks from Mon 18.04.16 for vehicular traffic and will be implemented as required and not all at the same time nor for the whole duration of this phase of the scheme for pedestrian traffic. Alternative route: Access and egress will be maintained to Prince Bishops Car Park from either A690 or Claypath. Vehicular traffic (1) During the Claypath closure from A690 easterly to Gilesgate Roundabout then westerly onto Gilesgate/ Claypath, and vice versa (2) During the no right turn fromNew Elvet Bridge onto eastbound A690, fromNew Elvet Bridge turning left and westerly on A690 to and around A690/A691 Millburngate Roundabout to A690 eastbound (3) During the no right turn from A690 eastbound to New Elvet Bridge, from Leazes Bowl Roundabout continuing easterly on A690 to and around A690/A181 Gilesgate Roundabout to A690 westbound.
However, on rare occasions, alternative dates for the above 2 closures may be necessary and these will be signed accordingly. Dated: 31 March 2016
Colette Longbottom Head of Legal & Democratic Services County Hall, Durham DH15UL