Temporary Closure of Bridleways – Notice from SGC

South Gloucestershire Council has released a notice of intent regarding planned temporary closures of Bridleways in Winterbourne / Frampton Cotterell.

Notice: Temporary Closure
Location: Bridleways LFC/34/40 and LFC/34/30, Winterbourne
Date: from the 28th of May, for a period of up to six months.

A map of the planned temporary bridleway closures and alternate routes in Winterbourne. Notable locations on the map include Hillyfields Farm to the south of the closures, Frampton Court to the West, Tennis Courts to the North, and Nightingale's Bridge to the South-east. There are different colour lines marked on the map in red, green, and purple, but no key was provided.
Map of planned closures provided by South Gloucestershire Council.

Full Notice from SGC

(Bridleways LFC/34/40 and LFC/34/30, Winterbourne) (Temporary Prohibition of Use by Foot Passengers, Pedal Cycles and Equestrians) Order 2024.

Notice is hereby given that South Gloucestershire District Council in pursuance of the provisions of section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended intends to make an order the effect of which will be to close, temporarily, to foot passengers, pedal cycles and equestrians the lengths of bridleway specified in the Schedule to this notice.

This order is required for the following reason: in connection with the likelihood of danger to the public consequent upon new development installation of rising main and storage tanks. The order will be operative from 28 May 2024 for a maximum period of six months. The closure however may not be implemented for the whole of the period but only when traffic signs are in position and only for so long as is necessitated by the works which are anticipated to be of 6 months duration.

LFC/34/40 – the entire length.
LFC/34/30 – the entire length.
Alternative route: LFC/32/40, LFC/33/50 and vice versa.

John McCormack
Monitoring Officer and Head of Legal, Governance and Democratic Services
PO Box 1953, Bristol, .BS37 0DE

Find Out More

For more information, please visit South Gloucestershire Council’s Roadworks webpage.