Essex County CouncilNotice ID: MFN0602871
Essex County Council
(PROW 22, Maldon) (Temporary Prohibition of Use) Order 2021
Notice is hereby given that the Essex County Council has made the above Order under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984,
Effect of the order: To temporarily close Footpath 22, Maldon in the District of Maldon, from its junction with Limboume Creek Footbridge in a general north westerly direction for an approximate distance of 131 metres and in a general south westerly direction for an approximate distance of 91 metres.
The closure is scheduled to commence on 25 March 2021 to 9 April 2021 or where appropriate signs are showing and weather permitting. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while repair works are carried out to Limbourne Creek Footbridge.
The alternative route will be via Mundon Road which will be available.
The Order will come into effect on 25 March 2021 and may continue in force for 6 months
or until the works have been completed, whichever is the earlier.
(Various Roads, Woodham Mortimer/Maldon) (Restricted Roads & 40mph/50mph Speed Limit) Order 2021
Notice Is hereby given that the Essex County Council has made the above Order under Sections 81,82(2), 83(2), 84(1) and (2) and Parts III and IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
Effect of the order: To introduce a 40mph speed limit on the following length of A414 Maldon Road, A414 Wycke Hill, in the Parishes of Maldon in the District of Maldon (the road section is currently national speed limit)
A414 Maldon Road/Wycke Hill, Maldon
From a point approximately 330 metres southwest of the junction with the A414 Wycke HHI/B1018 Limebrook Way, generally west for approximately 241 metres.
To introduce a 50mph speed limit on the following length of A414 Chelmsford Road, A414 Maldon Road, A414 Wycke Hill, B1418 Southend Road and Conduit Lane, in the Parishes of Maldon and Woodham Mortimer, both in the District of Maldon (the signage for the road sections in question currently indicates them to be national speed limit)
A414 Road/Wycke Hill, Woodham Mortimer/Maldon
Maldon From a point approximately 571 metres southwest of the junction with the A414 Wycke HHI/B1018 Limebrook Way, generally west for approximately 2.88 kilometres to its junction with the B1418 Southend Road/A4l 4 Chelmsford Road/Bl 010 Burnham Road.
A414 Chelmsford Road, Woodham Mortimer
From its junction with A414 Maldon Road/B1418 Southend Road at the Oak Comer roundabout, northwest for approximately 25 metres (to existing terminal signs).
B1418 Southend Road, Woodham Mortimer
From its junction with A414 Maldon Road/A414 Chelmsford Road/ B1010 Burnham Road at the Oak Corner roundabout, southwest for approximately 340 metres (to existing terminal signs).
Conduit Lane, Woodham Mortimer
From its junction with A414 Maldon Road, south for approximately 40 metres (to (existing terminal signs).
The Essex County Council (A414 Chelmsford Road, Woodham Mortimer) (Restricted Road) Order 2011', and 'The Essex County Council (Various Roads, Woodham Mortimer) (Restricted Roads) Order 1998' are hereby revoked. All restrictions shall continue in force by virtue of this order.
Date of operation: The Order will come into operation on 26 March 2021.
Further details: If you need to view a hard copy of the order and plans please call 07515 999663 to arrange a suitable time to inspect the documents. Documents can be made available for inspection 8.30am-5.30pm Mon-Thurs and 8.30am-5pm on Friday at Essex County Council, County Hall E block main reception, Market Road, Chelmsford if so required following the current social distancing restrictions. Alternatively documents can be posted to you upon request.
Application to the high court Anyone who wishes to question the validity of the Order of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or on the grounds that any requirement of the Act, or any instrument made under it, has not been complied with in relation to the Order, may within six weeks from the date of the making of the Order apply to the High Court for this purpose.