An application has been made by:
Prohibition of Heavy Commercial Vehicles
THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL
Various Roads in Farnham (Prohibition of Heavy Commercial Vehicles) Order 2021
On 28 September 2021 Surrey County Council made the above Order under sections 1 and 2 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, which will come into force on 4 October 2021, the purpose and effect of which will be to prohibit any heavy commercial vehicle, the maximum gross weight of which exceeds 7.5 tonnes, from entering or proceeding
in those lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Notice. The prohibition will not apply in relation to vehicles requiring access to premises or land in or adjacent to the roads mentioned in the Schedule to this Notice, including access for the purpose of loading and unloading. The restriction also does not apply to buses, vehicles used by the emergency services or for the purposes of essential services,
works and maintenance, refuse collection, for local authority or agricultural purposes and vehicles proceeding in accordance with directions given by Surrey Police, when requiring access to the said lengths of roads.
A copy of a plan showing the lengths of roads to which the Order relates and a Statement of the Council’s reasons for making the Order, may be viewed on-line at www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/
policies-plans-consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Farnham Prohibition of Heavy Commercial Vehicles proposal). If you are unable to access the webpage, copies of the documents and the Order can be obtained by contacting the Traffic Regulation Orders Team at the address below. If you wish to question the validity of this Order or any provision contained in it, on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Act, or on grounds that any requirement of the act, or any instrument made under it, has not been complied with, in relation to the Order, you may, within six weeks from the date of the making of the Order, apply to the High Court for this purpose.
Schedule – (1) Upper Hale Road (A3016) from its junction with Odiham Road/Folly Hill to its junction with Farnborough Road; (2) Folly Hill (A287) the entire length; (3) Castle Street (A287) the entire length; (4) Odiham Road from its junction with Upper Hale Road/Folly Hill to its junction with the Hampshire/Surrey County boundary.
Dated: 30 September 2021
Lucy Monie – Director – Infrastructure & Delivery, Environment, Transport & Infrastructure
Enquiries to: Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ, Tel: 0300 200 1003
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