Consultation

Various Highways in Little Horton Bradford (No 2) Public Spaces Protection Order Extension 2020

Purpose of the consultation

Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014

 

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

 

Notice is hereby given that City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (“the Council”) proposes to extend the Public Spaces Protection Order (“the Order”) made pursuant to Section 59, 64 and 72 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 (“the Act”). Under Section 60 of the Act the Order will permit the continual restriction of public right of way, by virtue of the gate restricting access at:

 

a)    The highway to the rear of properties numbered 51 to 71 Ashgrove. From its junction with Morley Street to its junction with Lower Ashgrove.

b)    Highway to the rear of properties numbered:

109 to 113 Little Horton Lane;

2 to 26 Ann Place and

1 to 9 Melbourne Terrace. From its junction with Melbourne Terrace for a distance of 76 metres in a northerly and then easterly direction.

 

A copy of the notice, draft Order and plan can be viewed below or by contacting Martin Adams, Traffic Regulation Officer, Planning, Transportation and Highways on 01274 435662 or by email to martin.adams@bradford.gov.uk

 

If you wish to object to the proposed Order 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 13 October 2020 quoting reference:  CORP/PCD/SW/407545.

 

Dated this 22nd day of September 2020

 

City Solicitor

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

Legal and Democratic Services

City Hall

Bradford

BD1 1HY

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