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Temporary Prohibition

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THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL

The Reeds Road (D110) Farnham

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2022

On 04 May 2022 Surrey County Council made the abovementioned

Temporary Order under Section 14(1) and 14(7)

of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which

will be to (1) prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding

in the following lengths of road – (a) that length of The

Reeds Road (D110) Frensham as extends from its junction

with (A287) Frensham Road to its junction with (D110) Back

Lane. Alternative Route – The Reeds Road; Back Lane; and

A287 Frensham Road or this same route in reverse; (b) that

length of The Reeds Road (D110) Tilford as extends from its

junction with (D109) Old Frensham Road to its junction with

the access to the property known as “Reeds Wood”.

Alternative Route – The Reeds Road; A287 Frensham Road;

Great Austins; Tilford Road; and The Reeds Road or this

same route in reverse; and (2) Suspend “The Surrey County

Council The Reeds (D110) (Spur Road) Millbridge (One-Way

Traffic) Order 1970” insofar as it affects that length of road

as specified in part (a) of this Notice. This Order, which will

commence on 09 May 2022 for a period of 12 months

is required because works are being, or are proposed to be,

executed on or near the said roads, to be carried out by

or on behalf of BT Openreach, including but not limited to:

telegraph pole replacement works and/or new telegraph

pole installation works and/or cabling works and/or

underground ducting and/or telecoms utility works. The

works in part (a) are anticipated to be carried out over

3 days between the hours of 8am and 6pm commencing

09 May 2022. The works in parts (b) are anticipated to be

carried out over 1 day between the hours of 8am and 4pm

commencing 25 May 2022. Advanced warning signs will be

displayed, and the temporary closures will only operate

when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. For part (a)

access to premises within the affected length of road

including access by emergency vehicles to these properties

will be maintained at all times, as will access for pedestrians

and dismounted cyclists. Trench plates will be used when

necessary to maintain access. For part (b) access for to

premises within the affected length of road including access

by emergency vehicles to these properties will be

maintained at all times via operatives on site as will access

for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists.

A287 Folly Hill, Farnham

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2022

Surrey County Council propose to make the above-mentioned

Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic

Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit

vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length

of a) A287 Folly Hill, Farnham that extends from its junction

with D5353 Drovers Way, for a distance of 100m in each

direction. b) D5353 Drovers Way, Farnham that extends

from its junction with A287 Folly Hill, for a distance of 100m.

This Traffic Order is required to enable J and G Traffic and/

or Clancy Docwra/South East Water to carry out carriageway

surfacing and/or utility connection/maintenance works.

These works are anticipated to be carried out within 7 days

of the 12 month period of operation of this Temporary Order

that commences on 27 May 2022. Works are anticipated to

be carried out between the hours of 8am and 6pm, on

27 May 2022 and 28 May 2022, and between the hours of

8am and 4pm, within 5 days from 06 June 2022. Advanced

warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closures

will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are

displayed. Access for pedestrians will be maintained at all

times. Access for emergency services, residents,

businesses, cyclists and equestrians will be maintained to

the point of closure via the vehicular diversion route:-

Northbound – Castle Hill, Castle Street, The Borough, Bear

Lane, Woolmead, East Street, B3007 Hale Road, Hale

Roundabout, A325 Hale Road and Upper Hale Road.

Southbound – Upper Hale Road, A325 Hale Road, Hale

Roundabout, B3007 Hale Road, Dogflud Way, East Street,

South Street, Downing Street, The Borough, Castle Street

and Castle Hill.

D5521 St Christopher’s Road, Haslemere

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2022

Surrey County Council propose to make the abovementioned

Temporary Order under Section 14(1) and (7)

of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which

will be to:- 1. Prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding

in that length of D5521 St Christopher’s Road, Haslemere

that extends from its eastern junction with B2131 Wey Hill,

to the south-eastern property boundary of “No.2 – No.4

St Christopher’s Road”. 2. Suspend the existing one-way

system in D5521 St Christopher’s Road, Haslemere in its

entirety. This Traffic Order is required to enable BT

Openreach to carry out poling and/or cabling and/or

maintenance works. These works are anticipated to be

carried out between the hours of 8am and 6pm, within

5 days of the 12 month period of operation of this Temporary

Order that commences on 27 May 2022. Advanced warning

signs will be displayed and the temporary closure will only

operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed.

Access for pedestrians will be maintained at all times.

Access for emergency services, residents, businesses,

cyclists and equestrians will be maintained to the point of

closure via the vehicular diversion route:- St Christopher’s

Road and Wey Hill.

Dated 05 May 2022

Authorising Officer: R Bolton,

Local Highway Services Group Manager

Enquiries to:- Traffic Regulation

Orders Team, Highways, Hazel House,

Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ.

Tel: 0300 200 1003.

https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/

roads-and-transport/policies-plansconsultations/

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