THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCILNotice ID: MF0529182
THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
The Council has made The Buckinghamshire County Council (London Road West, Amersham) (Temporary Holding of Traffic) Order, 2019 which will temporarily hold vehicles (max 10 minutes) and prohibit from proceeding (whilst holding traffic is in place), except for emergency vehicles, in London Road West from the junction of A416 for approximately 150m heading West. Alternative route: London Road West, Chequers Hill, Amersham Bypass, London Road East, Gore Hill. The closure is required whilst facilitating the safe entry and exit of large vehicles to and from site take place commencing on 2December 2019. This will be carried out by temporarily stopping traffic for Lorries to be guided in. This will be on an average of up to 20 stops in each week and will take approximately 10 minutes each time. Email alerts will be updated weekly. Diversion route will be supplied to enable road users to go around the traffic holding. The proposed Order will come into operation on 2December 2019, as signed, with maximum 18 months duration. Dated 29 November 2019
The Council has made The Buckinghamshire County Council (Latimer Road,Village Road, Chenies Mill Road, Chenies in the Parish of Chenies CP) (Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic) Order, 2019 which will temporarily prohibit any vehicle from proceeding, except for access, in Latimer Road, from outside No 1to the junction ofChenies Mill. Village Road from the junction with Latimer Road to the junction of Holloway Lane. Chenies Mill Road from outside Mill Farm Barn to the junction of the village. Alternative route: Amersham Road, Stony Lane, Latimer Bottom, The Village, Flaunden Bottom, Flaunden Hill. The closure is required whilst Openreach poles replacement and tree cutting works take place commencing on 9December 2019 between08:00and18:00. Workswillnottakeplace on 12th Dec to enable full access to voting stations. The proposed Order will come into operation on 9December 2019, as signed, with maximum 18 months duration.
Dated 29 November 2019