Highways

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Derbyshire County Council

HIGHWAYS ACT 1980, SECTION 116
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO STOP UP PART OF THE HIGHWAY ADJACENT TO A632 CHESTERFIELD ROAD, ARKWRIGHT TOWN, SUTTON-CUM-DUCKMANTON, DERBYSHIRE

Notice is given that an application will be made by Derbyshire County Council being the Highway Authority for the highway described below, to the Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court sitting at The Court House, Brimington Road, Chesterfield, on Wednesday, 7th February 2001, at 10 a.m., for an Order, under section 116 of the Highways Act 1980, that part of the highway adjacent to A632 Chesterfield Road at Arkwright Town, Sutton-cum-Duckmanton, Derbyshire be stopped up. The area of land in question is as follows: An area of land of approximately 5,000 square metres of redundant highway adjacent to the A632 Chesterfield Road, Arkwright Town, Derbyshire bounded by timber post and rail fences, chain link fences and hedges. The majority of the northern and southern boundaries were originally substantial hawthorn hedge, which was removed as part of opencast mining operations by prior agreement with the Highway Authority. Boundaries fronting northern private properties are defined by fencing. Highway status will be retained on a strip of land approximately 5 metres wide which forms part of a public highway leading to Arkwright Town and on a strip of land approximately 2.5 metres wide leading to the property known as Larksryse. All areas beyond the southern boundary are to be retained as highway, being part of the realigned A632 Chesterfield Road through Arkwright Town. The area of land is indicated on the plan attached to the notice. If the Order is obtained, the area of land will revert to the adjoining landowners. A copy of this notice and the plan may be inspected, free of charge, at Bolsover Library, Church Street, Bolsover, Chesterfield, during normal opening hours. D. W. Tysoe, County Secretary and Solicitor County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3AG. 3rd January 2001.