Town and Country Planning

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990The City of Manchester-2.23898653.480452M1 4BE2006-06-302007-01-18M14BETSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk58223138138

Government Office for the North West

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
PROPOSED STOPPING UP OF HIGHWAY AND FOOTPATH AT NEWTON LE WILLOWS IN THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF ST. HELENS

THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT hereby gives notice that, on the application of RPS Design, he proposes to make an Order under Section 247 of the above Act which will authorise the stopping up of highway and footpath at Greenwood Drive, Newton Le Willows, St. Helens 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 granted under Part III of the Act to RPS Design Limited by St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council on 30 June 2006 under reference P/2006/0600 COPIES OF THE DRAFT ORDER AND RELEVANT PLAN MAY BE INSPECTED at all reasonable hours during the 28 days commencing on 18 January 2007 at the offices of Newton le Willows Library, Crow Lane East, Newton Le Willows and may be obtained free of charge from the Government Office for the North West (Planning Casework) (quoting reference GO/TNW/5093/35/1/20) at the address stated below. ANYONE MAY OBJECT TO THE MAKING OF THE PROPOSED ORDER but the objection must be received within the 28 day objection period mentioned above. Objections should be made in writing, quoting the above reference, to the Secretary of State at the Government Office for the North West (Planning Casework), City Tower, Piccadilly Plaza, Manchester M1 4BE or by e-mailing garry.budsworth@gonw.gsi.gov.uk Please bear in mind that any objections received will be passed to the applicant and other people affected by it, and those persons may contact the objector regarding the issues raised. The substance of the objection should relate to the loss of public right of way and not the merits of development taking place. Mark Forbes An official in the Government Office for the North West THE SCHEDULE The stopping up is to enable the erection of 22 two storey terraced and semi detached houses. General enquiries relating to this notice may be made in writing to Garry Budsworth at the Government Office for the North West at the address stated above, by telephoning 0161-952-4110 or by e-mailing garry.budsworth@gonw.gsi.gov.uk