HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 AND WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCILNotice ID: CAR1047985
HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 AND WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL (FOOTPATH NO 218007 PARISH OF BROUGHTON AND FOOTPATH NO 247003 PARISH OF PAPCASTLE) PUBLIC PATH DIVERSION AND DEFINTIVE MAP AND STATEMENT
MODIFICATION ORDER 2019 The above named Order made on 7 March 2019 under Section 119 of the Highways Act 1980 will divert the following section of public footpath at Broughton High Bridge that section of public footpath no 218007 at Broughton High Bridge from GR 308189 531294 eastwards alongside the River Dement for about 209 metres to GR 308375 531211; to run from GR 308189 531294 eastwards alongside the River Dement for about 210 metres to GR 308375 53121; that section of public footpath no 218007 at Broughton High Bridge from GR 308414 531210 eastwards alongside the River Derwent for about 112 metres to GR 308525 531196; to run from GR 308414 531210 eastwards alongside the River Derwent for about 39 metres to GR 308453 531217 continuing for a further 76 metres to GR 308525 531196; and that section of public footpath no 247003 at Broughton High Bridge from GR 308745 531122 generally westwards for about 125 metres to GR 308627 531131; to run from GR 308745 531122 generally westwards for about 120 metres to GR 308627 53113.
The width of the new paths will be 2 metres. A copy of the Order and map may be inspected free of charge at Cockermouth Library Link, Main Street, Cockermouth and the offices of the Countryside Mapping Team, The Parkhouse Building, Kingmoor Business Park, Carlisle CA6 4SJ (ref 5.1.383). Copies of the Order may be purchased at a cost of £2 per A4 sheet and £3 per A3 sheet from the undersigned. Alternatively contact email@example.com for further information.
Any supporting statements or objections with respect to the Order can be sent in writing to the Countryside Access Team, (by post or email as addresses above) to be received not later than 12 April 2019 and should state the grounds on which they are made.
If no objections are duly made or if any so made are withdrawn the Cumbria County Council may confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If the Order is submitted to the Secretary of State any objections which have not been withdrawn will be submitted with the Order.
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