Proposed Temporary Road Closure – Harling Road, Eaton Bray I have a request for a Temporary Road....
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Closure of Harling Road - 5 August to 22 September 2013

Posted on July 18, 2013

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Proposed Temporary Road Closure – Harling Road, Eaton Bray

I have a request for a Temporary Road Closure at the above location to enable water main replacement works to be carried out in safety. Details are listed in the schedule below and having assessed the application I am satisfied the request is justified.

The alternative route for this closure is as in the details below and will be signed accordingly. The restrictions are to be in operation only when the necessary signs are erected on site. The  Legal  Order  will  be  made  to  cover  an 18  month  period.  Access may  be  allowed  from  time  to  time  according  to  local  signing.

If you have any observations you wish to make I would be grateful if you could let me know as soon as possible.

Gareth Hughes. Network Co-ordinator

Road: Harling Road, Eaton Bray
Application from: Stephen Buzer – Enterprise – 0845 782 3333
Reason: Water Main Replacement
Length affected: From junction Icknield Way to junction Moor End
Date: 5th August – 22nd September 2013 for 24 hrs

Alternative Route: Proceed along Bower Lane in a northerly direction onto High Street and Totternhoe Road, Eaton Bray. Proceed onto C228 and take the first right turn onto Stanbridge Road, continuing on Castle Hill Road and then Dunstable Road to the mini roundabout. Take third exit onto B489 Tring Road and continue to the roundabout to reach Harling Road and vice versa.

NB. The applicant will be responsible for taking down all Central Bedfordshire Council public notices immediately after the works requiring the Order have been completed.

Harling Road Closure - 5-Aug-13 to 22-Sep-13
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