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Notice ID: MFN0608183

Notice effective from
6th May 2021 to 5th June 2021

THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL

Mill Road (B288) Epsom Temporary Prohibition of Waiting Loading and Unloading Order 2021

On 05 April 2021 Surrey County Council Made the above mentioned Temporary Order under Sections 14(1) and (7) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to:- (a) prohibit waiting, loading, and unloading at any time, by vehicles on both sides of the carriageway in that length of Mill Road (B288) Epsom as extends from a point in line with the south western boundary of No. 20 Mill Road to a point in line with the north eastern boundary of No.26 Mill Road; and (b) Suspend "The Surrey County Council (Various Roads In Epsom And Ewell) (Revocation And Consolidation Of Waiting, Loading And Unloading Prohibition And Restriction) Order 2018" only in so far as it relates to the length of road specified in parts (a) above. This Temporary Order is required because of the likelihood of danger to the public during the movements of heavy commercial vehicle construction traffic for Shanly Homes Ltd. These works are anticipated to be completed over 33 weeks of the 12 month period of operation of this Order which commences on 19 May 2021. The temporary restriction, which is anticipated to be in force 24 hours per day, will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed and only to such extent as indicated by those traffic signs. Exemptions apply for vehicles when waiting because they are required by law to step, are obliged to step in order to prevent an accident or are prevented from proceeding because of circumstances outside the drivers control and in respect of anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or of a civil enforcement officer will apply when the temporary restrictions are in force. (N.B. Disabled persons displaying a disabled blue badge will not be exempt from the temporary waiting restriction).

Various Roads in the Borough of Epsom and Ewell Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order (No.2) 2021
On 05 April 2021 Surrey County Council Made the above-mentioned Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in the following lengths of road:-(a) that length of River Way (D2359) Ewell as extends from its junction with (D2149) Lakehurst Road to its junction with (A240) Kingston Road. The alternative routes will be via (i) southbound - A240 Kingston Road; Court Farm Avenue; Elm Way; and River Way and (if) northbound - Lakehurst Road; Ewell Court Avenue; and A240 Kingston Road; and (b) that length of Church Street (D2082) Ewell as extends from its junction with (B2200) London Road to its junction with (X2082) Church Street (Access to Holman Court Garages and (T6022) Vicarage Lane. The alternative route will be via London Road; and High Street or this same route in reverse. This Order, which will commence on 17 May 2021 for a period of 18 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 Surrey County Council, including but not limited to: footway reconstruction works and/or carriageway surfacing and/or highway maintenance works. For part (a) listed above the works are anticipated to be carried out over 6 weeks. Advanced warning signs will be displayed, and the temporary closures will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. Any vehicle found to be obstructing the highway during these works will be removed to outside the limits of the works after all reasonable methods have been undertaken to identify and contact the vehicle's owner. Access for pedestrians will be maintained at all times, as will access for emergency service vehicles in an emergency situation only. Vehicular access for residents and businesses will be maintained only when safe to do so, if necessary, via the diversion route. During certain phases of the works, vehicular access to premises may be restricted. When this is the case such restriction of access will apply for no more than eight hours within any 24-hour period.

Parklawn Avenue (D2137) Epsom Temporary Traffic Management Order 2021
Surrey County Council Propose to make the above mentioned Temporary Order under Sections 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to:- (a) prohibit Vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of Parklawn Avenue (D2137) Epsom as extends from its junction with (D2137) Eastdene Avenue to a point in line with the southern boundary of property number 70, Parklawn Avenue; and (b) prohibit waiting, loading, and unloading at any time, by vehicles on both sides of the carriageway in that length of Parklawn Avenue (D2137) Epsom as extends from its junction with (D2137) Eastdene Avenue to a point in line with the southern boundary of property number 70, Parklawn Avenue. The alternative route will be via Eastdene Avenue, and Parklawn Avenue or this same route in reverse. This Temporary Order is required to facilitate kerbing replacement works by or on behalf of Surrey County Council. These works are anticipated to be completed within 3 months of the 12 month period of operation of this Order which commences on 01 June 2021. The temporary restrictions will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed and only to such extent as indicated by those traffic signs. Any vehicle found to be obstructing the highway during these works will be removed to outside the limits of the works after all reasonable methods have been undertaken to Identify and contact the vehicle's owner. Access for pedestrians will be maintained at all times. Vehicular access for residents will be maintained only when safe to do so, if necessary, via the diversion route. During certain phases of the works, vehicular access to premises may be restricted. When this is the case such restriction of access will apply for no more than eight hours within any 24-hour period. All other traffic will be required to follow the signed diversion route. Exemptions apply for vehicles when waiting because they are required by law to stop, are obliged to stop in order to prevent an accident or are prevented from proceeding because of circumstances outside the drivers control and in respect of anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or of a civil enforcement officer will apply when the temporary restrictions are in force. (N.B. Disabled persons displaying a disabled blue badge will not be exempt from the temporary waiting restriction).

Various Roads in Ewell Temporary Traffic Management Order 2021
Surrey County Council ("The Council") Propose to Make the above-mentioned Temporary Order under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, the effect of which will be to:- (a) prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of Kingston Road (B2200) Ewell as extends from its junction with (B2200) London Road to its junction with (B2200) Chessington Road and (C254) Kingston Road; (b) prohibit vehicles that are travelling south westwards on London Road (B2200) Ewell from turning right into (B2200) Kingston Road; (c) prohibit vehicles that are travelling north westwards on High Street (B2200) Ewell from turning left into (B2200) Kingston Road; and (d) prohibit vehicles that are travelling south eastwards along Chessington Road (B2200) Ewell from turning left into (C254) Kingston Road. This Temporary Traffic Order is required to allow carriageway excavation works to be carried out by, or on behalf of Centrecomms. These works are anticipated to be carried out within 6 days of the 12 month period of operation of this Temporary Order that commences on 31 May 2021. Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary prohibitions, which are anticipated to be in force 24 hours per day, will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. Access for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists will be maintained at all times. Access for emergency vehicles, residents and businesses will be via the signed vehicular diversion routes which will be via (i) High Street; London Road; A240 Ewell By-Pass; and Kingston Road, or (ii) High Street; Spring Street; and Chessington Road.

Dated 06 April 2021
Authorising Officer: R Bolton, Local Highway Services Group Manager Enquiries to:- Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Highways, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ.  Tel: 03002001003.

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Surrey County Council

Room 296, County Hall , Penrhyn Road , Kingston upon Thames , Surrey , KT1 2DW

http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/ 0345 600 9009

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