Notice of Making of an Order Highways Act 1980 Essex County Council Public Path Diversion Order Footpaths 57 and 56 Bradwell In the District of BraintreeNotice ID: MF0258778
Essex County Council
Notice of Making of an Order Highways Act 1980 Essex County Council Public Path Diversion Order Footpaths 57 and 56 Bradwell In the District of Braintree
The above Order, made on 22 January 2018 under section 119 of the Highways Act 1980, will divert, as shown on the order map:
i) a part length of Footpath 57 Bradwell commencing from a point at its junction with Sheepcoates Lane CM77 8ES (grid ref: 58151,22181) proceeding in an east north-easterly direction on the south side of the ditch through the thicket and passing across the quarry haul road to its junction with Footpath 56 Bradwell, then continuing in the same direction through the thicket to a point in the narrow copse (grid ref: 58185,22189) north of the quarry site and south of Church Road, to an alternative route commencing approximately 5 metres south of the aforementioned original point at the junction of Sheepcoates Lane, proceeding initially east north-easterly adjacent to the existing route before deviating more easterly through the copse to the junction with the diverted route of Footpath 56, then continuing in an east north-easterly direction at the southern edge of the thicket across the haul road and through the gap in the metal fencing. The path then continues between the southern edge of the thicket and the post and wire fencing at the foot of the quarry bund to a point adjacent to the twin telegraph pole (grid ref: 58183,22187), then finally proceeding in
a generally north easterly direction into the copse where it connects to the unaffected part of Footpath 57.
ii) a part length of Footpath 56 Bradwell commencing from its junction with Footpath 57 (grid ref: 58180,22188) in the copse on the eastern side of the haul road north of the quarry site, proceeding initially in a south westerly direction across the corner of the quarry site and haul road then turning in a more southerly direction adjacent to the haul road before proceeding over the quarry screening bund to the southern side of the corner fence boundary (grid ref: 58181,22156), then continuing southerly into the crop field before turning east south-easterly to a point on the western side of the hedgerow boundary (grid ref: 58193,22149) south of the quarry site approximately 46 metres north east of the small woodland, to an alternative route commencing from a point on the diverted route of Footpath 57 (grid ref: 581711,22184) north of the lake, proceeding initially south easterly between the lake and the post and wire fencing gradually bearing south westerly around the eastern side of the lake to the western side of the corner fencing (grid ref: 58177,22169), then continuing in a southerly direction on the western side of the post and wire fencing at the foot of the quarry bund to the fence corner The path then proceeds east south-easterly on the southern side of the post and wire fencing at the foot of the quarry bund to the field corner (grid ref: 58194,22153), finally proceeding south south-westerly at the field edge to the aforementioned point on the western side
of the hedgerow boundary north east of the small woodland connecting to the unaffected part of Footpath 56.
A copy of the order and the order map have been placed and may be seen free of charge at Braintree District Council Offices, Causeway House, Bocking End, Braintree CM7 9HB and at Chelmsford Public Library, Market Road CM1 1QH during normal working hours. Copies are available on request from the Chelmsford Library at a charge.
Any representations about or objections to the order may be sent in writing to Andrew Ritchings, Definitive Map Service, Essex County Council, Seax House, 2nd Floor, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford CM1 1QH no later than 02 March 2018. Please state the grounds on which they are made. If no such representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are withdrawn, Essex County Council may confirm the order as an unopposed order If the order is sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment for confirmation any representations or objections which have not been withdrawn will be sent together with the order Any such representation or objections will be taken into account by the Council with the result that they may be made available to the public under the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985. Dated 01 February 2018