Section 53 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Definitive Map and Statement for the County of Essex The Essex County Council Definitive Map Modification No. 667 Queens Grove Loughton: Application to downgrade public road to public bridlewayNotice ID: MF0528982
Essex County Council
Section 53 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Definitive Map and Statement for the County of Essex The Essex County Council Definitive Map Modification No. 667 Queens Grove Loughton: Application to downgrade public road to public bridleway
The above Order made on 11th October 2019 if confirmed as made, will modify the Definitive Map for the area by:-
1) Adding a length of restricted byway numbered 118 Waltham Abbey from Manor Road at Point A on the Order Plan (opposite Wellington Hill) in a generally easterly direction for a distance of approximately 50 metres to meet Paul’s Nursery Road opposite the Kings Oak at Point B. The width of the way is three metres.
2) Adding a length of restricted byway numbered 119 Waltham Abbey from Manor Road (approximately 50 metres south west of the junction with RBWY 118) in an easterly direction for a distance of approximately 78 metres to meet Pauls Nursery Road at Point D at a point approximately 15 metres south west of its junction with RBWY 118 opposite the Kings Oak. The width of the way is three metres
A copy of the Order and the Order map may be seen free of charge during normal office hours at Epping Forest District, Council Offices, Civic Offices, 323 High Street, Epping CM16 4BZ and at the Chelmsford Library, Market Road, where copies will be available on request at a charge.
Any representation or objection relating to the Order must be sent in writing to the Director for Essex Legal Services, Essex County Council, Seax House, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1QH, to arrive not later than 17th January 2019, and it is requested that the grounds on which it is made are stated.
If no representations or objections are duly made to the Order, or if any so made are withdrawn, the Essex County Council, instead of submitting the Order to the Secretary of State, may itself confirm the Order. If the Order is submitted to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, any representations or objections, which have been duly made and not withdrawn, will be sent with it.
Dated: 28th November 2019
ELS, Seax House, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford, CM1 1QH Paul Turner, Director, Legal and Assurance