Highways Act 1980 Section 119, Herefordshire Council, Public Footpaths EY5 Eyton And KL6 (Part) Kingsland, Public Path Diversion Order 2017Notice ID: WR4069573
Highways Act 1980 Section 119, Herefordshire Council, Public Footpaths EY5 Eyton And KL6 (Part) Kingsland, Public Path Diversion Order 2017
On 3rd July, 2017 Herefordshire Council (“the Council”) confirmed the above Order under section 119 Highways Act 1980 (“the Act”). The effect of the order, as confirmed, is to divert that part of Public Footpaths EY5 Eyton and KL6 (Part) Kingsland as follows:
EY5 - The existing route of footpath EY5 runs from County Road C1040 at OS Grid Reference SO 4695, 6144 to the Parish Boundary at OS Grid Reference SO 4653, 6135.
KL6 - The existing route of footpath KL6 runs from the parish boundary at OS Grid Reference SO 4653, 6135 to OS Grid Reference SO 4635 6127. An alternative footpath will be created as a replacement as follows:
EY5 - The proposed new route of footpath EY5, being 3 metres in width, runs from County Road C1040 at OS Grid Reference SO 4695, 6143 to the parish boundary at OS Grid Reference SO 4653, 6134.
KL6 - The proposed new route of footpath KL6, being 3 metres in width, runs from the parish boundary at OS Grid Reference SO 4653, 6134 to OS Grid Reference SO 4645, 6122.
Copies of the confirmed order and plan may be seen free of charge at Leominster Library and Customer Service Centre, during normal opening hours. Copies may be purchased on payment of the copying charges of the Council. Copies are also available on the Council’s website at www.herefordshire.gov.uk. Queries to Susan White, Public Rights of Way, Balfour Beatty Living Places, Unit 3, Thorn Business Park, Rotherwas Industrial Estate, Hereford, HR2 6JT, on telephone 01432 349512, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Council confirms and certifies that all the provisions of the order have been satisfied and therefore the diversion takes effect on the above said confirmation date of this order, but, if any person aggrieved by the order desires to question its validity or that of any provision contained in it on the ground that it is not within the powers of the Act, or on the ground that any requirement of that Act, or any regulation made under it has not been complied with in relation to the confirmation of the order, he or she may, under paragraph 2 of Schedule 2 to the Act, as applied by paragraph 5 of Schedule 6 to the Act, within 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice, make an application to the High Court.