Consultation

Keighley Constituency Traffic Calming

Purpose of the consultation

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

Section 90c Highways Act 1980

Construction of road humps

Proposed traffic calming measures

Keighley Parliamentary Constituency

 

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 that City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council proposes to construct road humps under its powers contained in the Highways Act 1980 on various roads in the Keighley Parliamentary Constituency. The Locations, Nature and Dimensions of the proposed road humps will be as follows:

 

Various roads in the Keighley Parliamentary Constituency

 

Road

Location

Type of feature

Total

Dimensions

Guard House Road

Adjacent to 144 Guard House Road

Round top hump

1

3.7m long, 6m wide, 75mm high

Guard House Road

Adjacent to 159 Guard House Road

Round top hump

1

3.7m long, 6m wide, 75mm high

Guard House Road

Adjacent to 166 Guard House Road

Round top hump

1

3.7m long, 5.5m wide, 75mm high

Guard House Road

At a point 13m south west of its junction with West Lane

Round top hump

1

3.7m long, 6m wide, 75mm high

 

A copy of Drawing Number: HS/TRSS/105012/CON-14A showing the affected roads may be examined below or obtained from Mark Gillingham, Traffic & Road Safety South, by email mark.gillingham@bradford.gov.uk quoting reference number HS/TRSS/105012.

 

If you wish to object to the proposed road humps you should send the grounds for your objection in writing either by post to the address below or by email to legalobjections@bradford.gov.uk to be received no later than 12 noon on 15 April 2022 quoting reference: CORP/PCD/JLF/410172

 

Dated: 17 March 2022

 

City Solicitor

Legal and Democratic Services

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

City Hall

BRADFORD BD1 1HY

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