SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL
, FRAMPTON COTTERELL
Details of the proposed changes
NOTICE is hereby given that South Gloucestershire District Council in exercise of the powers
conferred by section 90A of the Highways Act 1980 (hereinafter called ‘the Act’) and of all
other enabling powers and after consultation with the chief officer of police in accordance with
section 90C(1) of the Act and those bodies or persons prescribed by the Highways (Road
Humps) Regulations 1999 (hereinafter called ‘the Regulations’) and in accordance with section
90C(2) of the Act intends to construct a road hump in the form of a speed table across Lower
Stone Close, Frampton Cotterell at a point 118m south of its junction with Church Road.
The speed table will extend over the full width of the carriageway and be 9 metres in length
and 75 millimetres in maximum height, subject to the tolerances permitted in the Regulations.
Where can I see more information?
If you would like to see a map and a statement of the Council’s reasons associated with this
proposal, you may do so at Yate One Stop Shop (next to the Leisure Centre), Kennedy Way,
Yate and at Winterbourne Public Library, Flax Pits Lane, Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire
during normal opening hours. You can also view plans relating to this notice on the Council’s
website at www.southglos.gov.uk/consultation
What if I want to send a letter about the proposals?
If you would like to send us a letter about the proposals, please check that you:
1. Include reasons for any comments you make, for or against, the proposals;
2. Send all comments in writing to the Head of Legal, Governance and Democratic
Services at the address below;
3. Quoting reference L3/DS/STOP/PT.6366;
4. Send all letters by 18 October 2019;
5. Mark your letter for the attention of Dean Shepherd.
N.B. Please note that all the letters received may be considered in public by the Council.
The content of letters, together with the name and address of the person making it, could
become available for public inspection.
PO Box 1953, Bristol
BS37 0DB
Dated: 25 September 2019
John McCormack
Monitoring Officer and Head of Legal,
Governance and Democratic Services

Comments (1)

  • Christine whittington

    I feel very strongly that Church rd , has no speed hump. Why lower stone ? Church rd is extremely dangerous ,
    speeding vehicles have caused a lot of concern to young family’s and the elderly .

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