The Council intends to make The Buckinghamshire Council (Public Footpath No. 20 and Public Bridleway No. 31, Iver) (Temporary Footpath and Bridleway Closure) Order, 2020 under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984Notice ID: MFN0572163
The Council intends to make The Buckinghamshire Council (Public Footpath No. 20 and Public Bridleway No. 31, Iver) (Temporary Footpath and Bridleway Closure) Order, 2020 under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, which will temporarily prohibit any person from proceeding, except for access, in that length of Public Footpath No. 20, Iver as specified in the Schedule below and temporarily prohibit any person to proceed on foot, horseback or lead a horse, or ride a pedal cycle, except for access, in that length of Public Bridleway No. 31, Iver as specified in the Schedule below. The closures are required whilst demolition and construction works take place and it is anticipated that the works will commence on 2 October 2020 and will take approximately 4 months to complete. As an alternative route Public Footpath No. 20, Iver will be diverted 10 metres west of the existing alignment and Public Bridleway No. 31, Iver will be diverted 18 metres east of the existing alignment. The proposed Order will come into operation on 2 October 2020, as signed, with a maximum duration of 6 months or until the works have been completed, whichever is the soonest. SCHEDULE: 1) That length of Public Footpath No. 20, Iver from its junction with Old Slade Lane for a distance of 180 metres in a south-west direction. 2) That length of Public Bridleway No. 31, Iver from its junction with Old Slade Lane for a distance of 230 metres in a south-east direction.
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL (ELECTRIC SCOOTER) EXPERIMENTAL TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2020 Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996/2489 PUBLIC NOTICE
On the 25th September 2020 Buckinghamshire Council ("the Council") made the above mentioned Order ("the Experimental Order") under Regulation 22 of the above provisions and after consultation with Thames Valley Police. The effect of the Experimental Order is to allow Electric Scooters as defined in The Electric Scooter Trials and Traffic Signs (Coronavirus) Regulations and General Directions 2020 (or as otherwise amended) hired from a company authorised by the Department for Transport to operate Electric Scooters within the county of Buckinghamshire. Whilst the Experimental Order is in force the relevant Traffic Regulation Orders in force under The Buckinghamshire Council shall be varied so as to permit Electric Scooters to travel in the cycle lanes and cycle tracks specified in the Schedule of the Experimental Traffic Regulation Order providing that Electric Scooters will not be permitted for use on any highway in the county with a signed speed limit of 50mph or more.
The Experimental Order comes into operation on 2nd October 2020 for a period of twelve months and, in this time, the Council will consider if the provisions of the Experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Within a period of 6 months from the date of this Notice or if the Experimental Order is varied by another Order or modified pursuant to Section 10(2) of the Road Traffic Act 1984 ("the Act") beginning with the day on which the variation or modification or the latest version of the variation or modification comes into force, any person may object to the making of the Experimental Order for the purpose of its indefinite continuation. If you wish to object please send your grounds for objection in writing to
or to Transport for Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury Vale Area Office, Corrib Industrial Park, Griffin Lane, Aylesbury, HP19 8BP.
Full details are contained in the Experimental Order which together with a statement of the Council's reasons for making the Order may be examined on the Council's website at
If any person wishes to question the validity of the Experimental Order or any of its provisions on the grounds that it or that are not within the powers conferred by the Act or that any requirement of the Act or of any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may within six weeks from the date of this Notice apply for that purpose to the High Court.