Hampshire County Council have published a statutory notice in the 2 June 2011 edition of the Hampshire Chronicle and on the HCC website about the introduction of a 30mph limit.
For more details and to find out how to make representations (deadline 23 June 2011), see below.
30 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN C61 OTTERBOURNE ROAD
Hampshire County Council proposes making a traffic order as follows:
EFFECT OF ORDER: To extend the existing 30 mph limit (already in force by virtue of restricted road status conferred by a prescribed system of street lighting) on that length of C61 Otterbourne Road between a point 39 metres north-east of its junction with Sparrowgrove and a point 45 metres north-east of its junction with Southdown Road, an approximate distance of 848 metres, currently subject to a 40 mph limit.
FURTHER DETAILS: A copy of this notice, the proposed order, a map showing the location and effect of the proposal, a statement of reasons and the order to be revoked may be inspected during the usual office hours at the following places:
- Chandlers Ford Library, Oakmount Road (Opening hours : Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9-5; Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-7 and Saturdays 9-4)
- Winchester City Council Offices, Colebrook Street (Opening hours : Mondays to Fridays 8-5.30;
- County Council Information Centre, Mottisfont Court, High Street, Winchester (Opening hours : Mondays to Fridays 8.30 – 5.30).
OBJECTIONS: All objections and other representations in respect of this proposal must be sent in writing to the undersigned quoting reference:- C634/MB by 23 June 2011. All objections must state the grounds on which they are made. Persons wishing to make objections or other representations are advised that in the order-making process, objections or other representations may become publicly available and therefore the names and addresses of those persons making objections or other representations may also be made publicly available.
TITLE: The order, if made, will be known as “The Hampshire (Various Roads, South of Winchester) (30, 40 and 50 Miles Per Hour Speed Limit) Order 2011.”
STUART JARVIS, Winchester Director of Economy, Transport and Environment
The Castle, S023 8UD