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They're talking about changing part of the name/postcode of the infamous road through the new estate

I know you’re being facetious, but just to clarify for those in any doubt, they are referring to plastic-lined takeaway cups. This is a great initiative that I hope is well supported.

It's difficult to be precise without knowing the legislation used and the legal status of the road but let's say its public highway maintained at public expense and traffic is denied entry either under section 1 or 14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. Section 1 will require consultation and public notices to follow http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1996/2489/regulation/7/made section 14 ...

Lynne
Lynne
1½ weeks ago

Okay, so.........let us say. just for the sake of argument, that a new house building development takes place. One of the new roads in this development is planned to be a through road but then seemingly someone, somewhere, decides that it shouldn't be a through road after all and bollards get put on it to stop vehicular traffic from using it as a through road. In those circumstances what, if ...

Plod
Plod
1½ weeks ago

It depends on what legislation has been used to implement it. For example. Temporary road closures to faciliate road works are possible under section 14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 but a permanent no access for motor vehicles would be done under section 1 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. Notices would be advertised and/or placed in the street. It is also possible for a stopping up order ...

Lynne
Lynne
1½ weeks ago

Does anyone know what legal notice(s) (if any) have to be given before a road designated as a through road, then gets blocked off and to all intents and purposes becomes a cul-de-sac.

I'm not throwing my coffee cups away to be recycled.

ZIGGY
ZIGGY
1½ weeks ago

A NEW coffee cup recycling scheme has been launched in Teignbridge. The banks can be found at Sandy Lane car park, Dawlish; B&Q car park, Newton Abbot; Eastcliffe car park, Teignmouth; Co-Op car park, Trago Mills; and Brunel Road recycling centre in Newton Abbot. Source: ...

Who ever is voted in will more than likely not make a dent against those already in charge. Who like to use Dawlish for their own wacky, expensive and irrelevant projects rather than assist Dawlish to evolve into a thriving sea side town and not a fun fair.

10 Feb 2018 11:16 post Letter from Dept of Transport... assert, warn and comply.. send in the storm troopers. Last paragraph 'accountable to their electorate' obviously the memo got lost in the post. Also, nice to see the same old felons stirring the proverbial pot here. ?