NOTICE OF MAKING OF A SECTION 14 ORDER THE CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL (A689 (CARLISLE SOUTHERN LINK ROAD) CLASSIFIED ROAD) (SIDE ROADS AND OTHER WORKS) ORDER 2020 ("the Order") THE HIGHWAYS ACT 1980Notice ID: BRA1854112
NOTICE OF MAKING OF A SECTION 14 ORDER
THE CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL (A689 (CARLISLE SOUTHERN LINK ROAD) CLASSIFIED ROAD)
(SIDE ROADS AND OTHER WORKS) ORDER 2020 (“the Order”) THE HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 1. Notice is hereby given that on Monday 21 September 2020, Cumbria County Council (“the Council”) made, and is about to submit to the Secretary of State for Transport
for confirmation, the Order, under sections 6, 14 and 125 of the Highways Act 1980. The Order, if confirmed, will authorise the Council to:-
1.1 Improve highways (including raising, lowering or otherwise altering);
1.2 Stop up highways;
1.3 Construct new highways;
1.4 Stop up private means of access to premises; and
1.5 Provide new means of access to the said premises
All on or in the vicinity of the route of the classified road known as the Carlisle Southern Link Road, which the Council proposes to construct from the A595/A689 Newby
West Roundabout south-eastwards for a distance of 8.1km to the M6 Motorway Junction 42.
2. Copies of the Order and of the relevant Plans, together with the associated Compulsory Purchase Order and Statement of Reasons, are available for inspection at Carlisle
Library. Prior to visiting the Library, please make contact (using the details in the box below) to check the opening times and arrangements for visiting and viewing the
Address and contact details:
11 Globe Lane, Lanes Shopping Centre, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8NX
Telephone: 01228 227312
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Between 9:30am and 1:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday Between 1:00pm and 4:30pm
Pre-arranged Select & Collect sessions
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Between 2:00pm and 4:00pm
3. Please observe the latest Government guidance and laws in force if planning to visit the Library to inspect copies of the Order, Plans and associated Compulsory Purchase
Order and Statement of Reasons. Do not visit if you are unwell, have symptoms of coronavirus, or have recently been in contact with someone with coronavirus.
4. Copies of the Order, and of the relevant Plans, together with the associated Compulsory Purchase Order and Statement of Reasons, are also available for inspection on the
Council’s website at https://www.cumbria.gov.uk/clsr/ - please see the noticeboard on the right hand side of the web page.
5. If you require a hard copy of any of the above-mentioned documents (for example because you do not have access to a computer and are unable to view the documents
on the Council’s website, and you are unable to visit the Library, for example because you are self-isolating or because the Library has had to be closed due to Coronavirus
restrictions), you can request hard/paper copies of the documents from the Council, by telephone on: 07747 731197; or by email on: CarlisleSouthern.LinkRoad@
cumbria.gov.uk; or by writing to Cumbria County Council, Parkhouse Building; Baron Way, Carlisle CA6 4SJ. When making a request for hard copies, please
specify which documents you require (please note that it may only be possible for the Council to provide relevant excerpts of the SRO Schedule and Plans in hard copy) and
please specify the address to which you would like them to be delivered.
6. Any person may not later than Friday 20 November 2020 object to the confirmation of the Order by notice to the Secretary of State for Transport, National Transport
Casework Team, Tyneside House, Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle Business Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7AR or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating
the name of the Order and the grounds of their objection.
7. In submitting an objection it should be noted that an objector’s personal data and correspondence will be forwarded by the Secretary of State for Transport to the Council
to enable the objection to be considered. Where the Order becomes subject of Public Inquiry procedures, all correspondence is copied to the Inspector conducting the
Inquiry and will be kept in the Inquiry library, which is made publicly available. If an objector does not wish their personal data to be forwarded to the Council, the objector
should state their reasons for this when submitting an objection and the Secretary of State will copy the objection, with the objector’s name and address removed, to the
Council and if there is to be a Public Inquiry the objection will be seen by the Inspector who may give the objection less weight as a result.
Dated: 25 September 2020 Pinsent Masons LLP For and on behalf of Cumbria County Council