ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(2)
(A6079 HEXHAM BYPASS TO THE
EMERGENCY SPEED RESTRICTION NOTICE 2015
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Council hereby prohibits the speed by vehicular traffic from 30mph down to 10mph on that section of the A6079 commencing 300 metres north of the A69 to the B6318 Military Road in the County of Northumberland.
This Emergency Notice is to be effective from 5th May 2015 for a period of 21 days. It is expected that the road will only be restricted from the 5th May 2015 until the 8th May 2015 between the hours of 07:45 and 16:00pm during this period.
Enquiries should be made to Northumberland County Council’s Contact Centre 0845 600 6400 – Ref: 3393
There is no alternative route for vehicular traffic.
The restriction has been requested by Northumberland County Council in order to carry out emergency structural patching and resurfacing works.
DATED this 29th day of April 2015.
Legal Services Manager
Northumberland County Council
Duly Authorised Signatory
On behalf of Acomb Parish Council, welcome to our web site: an exciting way of sharing information about the Parish Council and other activities and events in Acomb. We hope that you find it informative, helpful and interesting.
The parish of Acomb, bounded by the course of Hadrian's Wall to the north and the river Tyne to the south lies within a beautiful part of Northumberland. Indeed, the many country lanes and public rights of way through and around the parish are regularly enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
At the heart of the parish is the village of Acomb itself, with a proud history spanning a number of centuries. Within more recent developments the village has expanded with the addition of some new houses and developments. Acomb remains an attractive village with residents taking great pride in their homes and gardens; adding much to the impact of the built environment.
Acomb Parish Council, however, does not simply operate within an area of beautiful countryside or within an attractive village; we are here working as both part of, and for the community. Acomb retains a vibrant community spirit with a lively school, the Parish Church of St John Lee, and a Methodist Church, a village hall, a number of organisations meeting regularly, sporting facilities and events, a Post Office and a range of other businesses and services. The strength of any community lies with its people and the Parish Council recognises the effort and commitment of so many individuals and groups within Acomb.
For our part, the Parish Council seeks to support the needs and aspirations of the community in many and varied ways; working alone and in partnership with other levels of local government and other agencies. We all need to nurture and encourage community life both now and as we plan for the future.
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