Town & Country Planning Act 1990 Section 257 and Schedule 14Notice ID: WOR1810451
WYCHAVON Planning Notices
Town & Country Planning Act 1990 Section 257 and Schedule 14
Public Path Stopping Up and Creation ol New Footpath Order 2020
Footpaths 552 (Part), Pershore, Worcestershire
On 29 July 2020 Wychavon District Council Confirmed the above Order.
The effect of the Order as Confirmed is to STOP UP the existing Footpath No. 552 (part) Pershore which runs from Point A (OS Map reference 39498 24458) for approximately 105 metres across garden land in an overall north-westerly direction through to Point B (OS Map reference 39490 24464) and on in a westerly direction for approximately 6 metres to Point C (OS Map reference 39489 24464) where it continues as Footpath No.552, as shown on the plan annexed to the Order (the Order Plan). Such footpath is shown by a solid black line | on the Order Plan and being approximately 111 metres in length.
And CREATE a new footpath which shall run from Point A (OS Map reference 39498 24458) in an west-northwesterly direction along a driveway for approximately 15 metres to Point E (OS Map reference 39496 24459), then north-westerly along the driveway for approximately | 25 metres to Point D (OS Map reference 39494 24460) and then continue in a north-westerly direction along the edge of a field for approximately 67 metres to Point C (OS Map reference 39489 24464) where it continues as Footpath 552, as shown on the Order Plan.
The new footpath shall be unenclosed and 2 metres in width, nominally level in its cross axis, with a clear verge | of 1 metre on either side, and will be approximately 107 metres in length, as shown as bold black dashes on the Order Plan.
A copy of the Confirmed Order and the Order Plan may be seen free of charge at The Civic Centre at the address | below during normal office hours. Copies of the Order and Order Plan may be bought there at a price of £2.00.
This Order comes into force on the date on which Wychavon District Council certify that the terms of Article 2 of the Order have been complied with but if any person aggrieved by the Order desires to question its validity or that of any provision contained in it on the ground that it is not within the powers of the above Act, or on the ground that any requirement of that Act or any regulation made under it has not been complied with in relation to the confirmation of the Order, he or she may apply to the High Court for any of these purposes under section 287 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 within 6 weeks from the date on which notice is first published as required by paragraph 7 of Schedule 14 to that Act.
13 August 2020
Meesha Patel, Legal Services Manager
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