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Temporary Footpath Closure – Public Footpath 72, Waltham

12:09 pm, Friday, 12th August 2022 - 6 months ago

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THE BOROUGH OF NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE

THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL

TEMPORARY FOOTPATH CLOSURE

(PART OF PUBLIC FOOTPATH 72, WALTHAM)

ORDER 2021

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council have made an Order the effect of which will be to close Public Footpath 72 Waltham are:

  • Public Footpath 72 at Waltham from Grid Reference TA525126, 403306 to Grid Reference TA525292, 403124.

An alternative route will be available locally.

The closure will re-commence at 07.00hrs on Sunday 6th March 2022 until 07.00hrs on 6th September 2023. The extension of the closure has been permitted with the consent of the Secretary of State.

The reason for the closure is to prevent the likelihood of risk to public safety due to development taking place in relation to Planning Permission DM/1167/16/FUL.

The Order will come into operation on the Sunday 6th March 2021 and will continue in force for a period not exceeding six months unless extended for a further period by the Secretary of State for Transport, or until completion of the works (whichever is the earlier).

A copy of the Order and Order Plan may be inspected at the Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby during normal office hours. For further information, you may, if you wish, telephone (01472) 324789 for an explanation of the proposals.

Dated this 6th March 2021

Rob G. Walsh – Chief Executive

Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, DN31 1HU

Plan

Waltham FP72 Plan (PDF, 724KB)

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