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Advance Notice – Temporary Closure Of Chapel Croft And Dunny Lane

1st of October 2011

Following the recent study of collisions where people have been injured at the crossroads, a Road Safety Proposal for the Tower Hill/The Street/Dunny Lane crossroads made by Hertfordshire County Council in conjunction with the Parish Council will now be implemented during October and notice is given that the Hertfordshire County Council intend to make an Order under Section 14[1] of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to prohibit all traffic from using the following lengths of roads:-

Phase 1: That length of Chapel Croft from its junction with The Street north eastwards for approximately 40 metres to take place during off-peak hours 9.30am-4.30pm.
Phase 2: That length of Dunny Lane from its junction with The Street south westwards for approximately 40 metres to take place during off-peak hours 9.30am-4.30pm.
The purpose of the Order is to enable highway safety improvement works to take place.
It is anticipated that the sections of roads may each be closed for up to five weeks some time during the period 3 October-7 November when signs will be in place. Alternative signed routes will be provided. During this time temporary traffic signals may be used to carry out further safety improvement works on Tower Hill to the junction with Chapel Croft. Access for buses along Dunny Lane has been arranged during the closures.

A copy of the diversion routes can be found on the Chipperfield Parish Council notice board outside Stanley’s Stores or on the Parish Council’s (consultation) section of the village website, www.chipperfield.org.uk. If you have any questions about the highway safety improvement works, or the temporary road closures, please contact:
Natalia Sanudo at Hertfordshire Highways: 01707 356306 or
Jo Deacon, Clerk to the Council: 01923 263310.

 
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