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Public notice: Proposal to install pedestrian crossing in Burton Joyce

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This week’s public notice features a plan to create a pedestrian crossing in Burton Joyce.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nottinghamshire County Council in exercise of its powers under Section 23 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, proposes to install a “Puffin” pedestrian crossing on the A612 Nottingham Road near to Mill Field Close and Crow Park Drive in the district of Gedling.

The crossing will incorporate a controlled area indicated by zig-zag markings along the carriageway where parking and loading will be prohibited.  The extent of the controlled area will be:

North Road

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From a point approximately 6m east of the junction of Nottingham Road and Mill Field Close for a distance of approximately 60m in a westerly direction.

The puffin crossing will provide a safe crossing facility across A612 Nottingham Road for pedestrians only.

Any comments (quoting ref: TP2250848) in respect of this proposal should be received in writing by Monday 17th July 2023 to the address stated below.

Dated: Monday 12th June 2023

Service Manager – Traffic Signals

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Via East Midlands

Bilsthorpe Highways Depot

Bilsthorpe Business Park

Eakring Road

Bilsthorpe

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Nottinghamshire

NG22 8ST

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