Town and Country Planning

1998-10-191999-03-19TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk55434861861

Government Office for the South West

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
PROPOSED STOPPING-UP OF AN AREA OF HIGHWAY AT WATSON AVENUE, BRISLINGTON, IN THE CITY OF BRISTOL

The Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions hereby gives notice that he proposes to make an Order under section 247 of the above Act, which will authorise the stopping-up of an area of highway at Watson Avenue, Brislington, in the City of Bristol. If the Order is made, the stopping-up will be authorised only in order to enable the development described in the Schedule to this notice to be carried out in accordance with the planning permission referred to in that Schedule. The proposed Order will require the improvement of Watson Avenue and the provision of two new cycle tracks (with a right of way on foot) and two new turning heads, along the routes shown by cross-hatching, thick vertical black lines, and stipple on the deposited plan, maintainable at the public expense for which the Bristol City Council will be the local highway authority. The proposed Order will provide that the stopping-up must not be carried out until William Sutton Trust has carried out the works shown above. Copies of the draft Order and relevant plan may be inspected at all reasonable hours during the 28 days commencing on 19th March 1999, at the offices of Bristol City Council, Planning, Transport and Development, Brunel House, St. George’s Road, Bristol BS1 3UY, and may be obtained, free of charge, from the Government Office for the South West (quoting Ref. GOSW(T)5117/35/1/20) at the address stated below. Any person may object to the making of the proposed Order within the period of 28 days commencing on 19th March 1999, by notice to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, quoting the above reference, at the Government Office for the South West (Transport), 4th Floor, The Pithay, Bristol BS1 2PB. In preparing an objection it should be borne in mind that the substance of it may be imparted to other persons who may be affected by it and that those persons may wish to communicate with the objector about it. G. R. Howe, SPTO (Transport), Government Office for the South West Schedule Development of 17 No. dwellings (4 No. flats and 13 No. houses) and closure of Watson Avenue and creation of communal open space in accordance with planning permission granted to the William Sutton Trust by Bristol City Council, on 19th October 1998, under Ref. 9802478.