Highways

The City of Birmingham1998-02-041998-04-031998-02-12B151BLHighways Act 1980HIGHWAYS ACT 1980-1.91791952.474096B15 1BLTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk55042564564
HIGHWAYS ACT 1980
The Birmingham Northern Relief Road (Wishaw Holly Lane to Curdworth Section) (Side Roads) Order 1998

The Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, hereby gives notice that he has made an Order under sections 12, 18 and 125 of the Highways Act 1980, in relation to the part of the Birmingham Northern Relief Road which will be situated between Wishaw Holly Lane and to Curdworth in the county of Warwickshire. The Order is entitled “The Birmingham Northern Relief Road (Wishaw Holly Lane to Curdworth Section) (Side Roads) Order 1998”, which:   (1) authorises him to:     (a) improve highways     (b) stop up highways     (c) construct new highways     (d) stop up private means of access to premises     (e) provide new means of access to premises all in the vicinity of the Wishaw Holly Lane to Curdworth section of the Birmingham Northern Relief Road; and   (2) provides for the transfer of each of the new highways, except those referred to in article 3 of the Order, to the Warwickshire County Council as the highway authority from the date on which he notifies them that it has been completed and is open for traffic.   Copies of the Order and accompanying plans referred to in it have been deposited at the Highways Agency, Project Services, Room 12-27 St. Christopher House, Southwark Street, London SE1 0TE; the Highways Agency, Broadway, Broad Street, Birmingham B15 1BL; and at Birmingham City Council, Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham; Cannock Chase District Council, The Council House, Beecroft Road, Cannock, Staffordshire; Lichfield District Council, Council Offices, Frog Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire; Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council, Civic Centre, Darwall Street, Walsall, West Midlands; North Warwickshire Borough Council, Council House, South Street, Atherstone, Warwickshire; South Staffordshire District Council, Council Offices, Wolverhampton Road, Codsall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands; Norton Canes Library, Burntwood Road, Norton Canes, Cannock; Shenstone Library, Main Street, Shenstone, Walsall; Burntwood and Chase Terrace Library, Sankeys Corner, Burntwood, Lichfield; Cheslyn Hay Library, High Street, Cheslyn Hay, Walsall; Water Orton Library, Mickle Meadow, Coleshill Road, Water Orton, Birmingham; Brownhills Library, Bricklin Street, Brownhills, Walsall; Coleshill Library, 141 High Street, Coleshill, Birmingham; Sutton Coldfield Library, Lower Parade, Sutton Coldfield and Reddicap Heath Post Office, 53 Reddicap Heath Road, Sutton Coldfield where they are open to inspection, free of charge, at all reasonable hours from 12th February 1998 to 3rd April 1998.   Copies of the Order can be obtained from the Highways Agency, Broadway, Broad Street, Birmingham B15 1BL.   Any person aggrieved by the Order who desires to question its validity, or the validity of any provision in it, on the grounds that:   (a) it is not within the powers of the Highways Act 1980, or   (b) any requirement of that Act, or of regulations made under that Act has not been complied with in relation to the Order, may apply to the High Court within 6 weeks from the date of first publication of this notice. On such an application, the Court may suspend or quash the Order, or any provision in it. G. P. Rainbow, Highways Agency 4th February 1998.