Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, Section 14(1)
The Surrey County Council
Public Bridleway Nos. 205, 224 and 350 (Cranleigh)
Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2021
On 29 April 2021 Surrey County Council will make a temporary order to prohibit all traffic on foot or any other means from entering or proceeding along that length of:
- Bridleway No. 205 (Cranleigh) from its junction with Bridleway 224 (Grid ref. 506636 142779) in a northerly direction to its junction with Footpath 225.
- Bridleway No. 224 (Cranleigh) from its junction with Winterfold Heath Road (Grid ref. 506702 142625) in a north westerly direction to its junction with Footpath 225.
- Bridleway No. 350 (Cranleigh) from its junction with Bridleway 358 (Grid ref. 506731 141995) in a northerly direction to its junction with Winterfold Heath Road.
The Order is necessary by reason of danger to the public due to works on and next to the path. It will be in operation from 4 May 2021 until 16 June 2021 or until completion of the works, if earlier, and while the relevant notices are displayed. The Secretary of State for Transport can extend that period if required.
The temporary closure will only be in operation when appropriate road traffic signs are displayed on site by the County Council or an authorised person acting on its behalf. Access to properties will not be affected.
There are no alternative routes
The 'Surrey County Council Public Bridleway Nos. 205, 224 and 350 (Cranleigh) Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2021' will be made by the County Council under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
Dated: 16 April 2021
Katie Stewart, Executive Director for Environment, Transport and Infrastructure
Enquiries to: Countryside Access Team, Surrey County Council, Whitebeam Lodge, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford GU4 7BQ.
Tel: 0300 200 1003 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Files available to download
- Bridleway 205, 224 and 350 (Cranleigh) temporary closure plan (PDF)
Plan showing the temporary closure of Bridleway 205, 224 and 350 (Cranleigh.