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Temporary Road Closure - High Street, Kingsbury Street (part), New Road (part)

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Friday 19 November 2021, 05:00pm - 08:00pm

TPCA-Closure-Order-MARL-Christmas-2021

 

Temporary Road Closure Order

Town Police Clauses Act 1847

IN ACCORDANCE with Section 21 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1847, which section gives Wiltshire Council (“the Council”) the power to make an Order for roads within its administrative area to be closed temporarily to all vehicular traffic (and for alternative routes to be observed) for the purposes of preventing obstruction. The Council HEREBY ORDERS

On: Friday 19th November 2021 between the hours of 17.00 and 20.00

Purpose: Christmas Lights Switch-On Event

That the following roads and streets in the town of Marlborough are to be closed (save in any case of emergency) to all vehicular traffic:

a) A4 (Part) High Street; from its junction with A345 Pewsey Road to its junction with New Road / Kingsbury Street.

b) C18 Kingsbury Street (Part); from its junction with High Street to its junction with Silverless Street.

c) A4 (Part) New Road; from its junction with High Street to its junction with London Road.

Nothing in this Order shall prevent vehicles from proceeding in the said lengths of road when being used in connection with the event stated above.

AND it is also hereby ordered that appropriately sign posted diversionary routes will be in place throughout the period of closure.

This Order is made the 12th day of October 2021

PPSigned by PARVIS KHANSARI

Director of Highways, Transport and Waste

IMPORTANT: It is an offence to wilfully breach the terms of this order and anyone committing such an offence shall be liable on summary conviction in the Magistrates’ Court to a penalty not exceeding £1,000.