Somerset County Council District of Sedgemoor Parishes of Brent, Compton Bishop and Weare Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles Order 2019Notice ID: BOU1189236
Somerset County Council District of Sedgemoor Parishes of Brent, Compton Bishop and Weare Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles Order 2019
Notice is hereby given that on Friday 31a day of May 2019 Somerset County Council made the above order in exercise of its powers in the provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as previously advertised on the 23" day of May 2019 to introduce a temporary prohibition of vehicles in the roads specified in Schedule to this Order. The Order comes into effect on the 6th day of June 2019 and will remain in force for eighteen months. The restrictions will apply when indicated by traffic signs. A copy of the draft Traffic Regulation Order and the associated plans can be examined at
. If you are unable to access this, please phone us on 0300 123 2224. Schedule Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles Brimscombe Lane, Weare - From its junction with Alston Sutton Road for its entire length a distance of 1533 metres. The proposed date of the closure is 10th June for 30 days.
Barton Road, Compton Bishop - From its junction with Webbington Road to its junction with The Webbington Country Club Approach, a distance of 310 metres. The proposed date of the closure is 19th June for 8 days. This order will enable Gigaclear to carry out a rolling programme of underground cabling works with clearing of potential duct (pipe) blockages in this road.
While the closure is in operation an alternative route will be signed as detailed below. Please visit
for further information on the alternative route. For information about the works being carried out please contact Telent Infrastructure Services by telephone 0800 078 9200. Statement of reasons for making the Order
a) Because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the road; or
b) because of the likelihood of danger to the public, or of serious damage to the road, which is not attributable to such works.
Patrick Flaherty, Chief Executive Dated: 6th June 2019