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Proposed Permanent TRO BOAT 529 Pirbright Surrey PDF Print E-mail
  Proposed Permanent TRO - BOAT 529 Pirbright - Important Action Required


Hello all,

Originally the Guildford Local Committee wanted to put a seasonal TRO on BOAT 529, due a small amount of damage in a couple of
stretches of the BOAT. (I would call it regular wear, mid sized ruts, nothing too bad).

On the 18th June 08, Surrey CC RoW department recommended to Guildford Local Committee that BOAT 529 should be repaired. And that a
TRO was not required. They had the budget and planned to carry out the work in the summer.

Guildford Local Committee voted against the recommendation and recommended a permanent TRO.

Guildford Local Committee are very anti-vehicle, and this prejudice is clearly recorded in the minutes of their committee meeting,
which I circulated previously.

Repairs to the BOAT were completed on 14th July.

I have just received official notification that they propose to put a permanent TRO to BOAT 529.

The reasons stated are the usual generic reasons, nothing specific.

Please write to Surrey County Council objecting to the proposed TRO. Because now the BOAT has been repaired there is absolutely no
legitimate reason to apply the TRO.


Send your objection to:

Debbie Spriggs
Countryside Legal Team Manager
Surrey County Council
County Hall
Kingston upon Thames KT1 2DY


Regards


Below is the link to the full details & I have pasted the contents below.

http://online.surreycc.gov.uk/sccwebsite/sccwspages.nsf/LookupWebPagesByTITLE_RTF/BOAT+529+Pirbright?opendocument

BOAT 529 Pirbright
Draft Notice
Surrey County Council – Borough of Guildford
Proposed Closure to all Vehicles (Except Pedal Cycles)
Of Part of Byway Open to All Traffic No.529 (Pirbright)

SURREY County Council PROPOSE TO MAKE The Surrey County Council, BOAT No. 529 (Pirbright) Traffic Regulation Order 2008 under
Sections 1(1) 2(1) and 2(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which would be to prohibit all motorised and horse
drawn vehicles including motorcycles from entering or proceeding in that length of the BOAT which extends from its junction with
Chapel Lane, Pirbright (grid ref: 9537 5578) and proceeding in a generally south-easterly direction for 917 metres to a point 13
metres north west of the entrance to Avila Cottage, Malthouse Lane.

The prohibition referred to above would not apply to pedal cycles, or to any vehicle requiring access to the above mentioned length
of BOAT No. 529 (Pirbright) for the purpose of exercising any statutory power or performing any statutory duty therein or the
exercise of private vehicular rights.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of BOAT to which the proposed Order relates, a Statement of
the Council’s Guidelines for the Acceptance of Objections to Traffic Regulation Orders and a Statement of the Council’s reasons for
proposing to make the Order may be inspected free of charge at Room 365A, County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames between
10am and 4pm, on Mondays to Fridays inclusive, at Guildford Borough Council Offices, Millmead, Guildford during office hours on
Mondays to Fridays inclusive, and at Guildford Library, North Street, Guildford during opening hours.

If you wish to object to the proposed Order you must send the grounds for your objection in writing to the undersigned (quoting
reference DS/3/1/10) at Room 365A, County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2DY not later than 8 September 2008.

Please note that in the interests of open government, responses to this consultation may be disclosed to the public and may be
summarised for inclusion in committee reports.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 12 August 2008 )