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Ponts Hill, Littleport

The County of Cambridgeshire
Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 – Section 14(2) as amended by
the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991
(Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic)
Notice 22/1288
The County of Cambridgeshire hereby gives notice that from 13:12hrs on 19th December 2022, no vehicle shall
proceed along Ponts Hill, Littleport as lies between Old School Close and New Road
Access will be maintained to properties affected by this Order.
The alternative route for vehicles is via Ponts Hill, Camel Road (C132), Wisbech Road, Wellington Street, Wellington
Street (C315) and vice versa.
This Notice is made in the interest of safety because of emergency burst water main repair works and will remain
effective whilst there is a risk of public danger but not for more than 21 days.
It is anticipated that these works will take place between 19th December 2022 and 23rd December 2022
The Notice shall not apply to any persons lawfully engaged in connection with any works for which it is made, any
member of the Police Force, Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance Service, a vehicle being used by Special Forces
during the execution of their duties or to any person acting with the permission or upon the direction of a Police
Officer in uniform.
Steven Cox, Executive Director, Place and Sustainability, New Shire Hall, Emery Crescent, Enterprise
Campus, Alconbury Weald, Huntingdon, PE28 4YE
20 December 2022
22/1288

Victoria Street, Littleport

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC) ORDER 2022/1139
NOTICE is given that Cambridgeshire County Council has made an Order pursuant to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the effect of which is to stop any vehicle from proceeding along Victoria Street, Littleport as lies between Padnal and New River Bank.
Access will be maintained to properties affected by this order.
The alternative route for vehicles is via Granby Street – Wellington Street (C315) – Station Road – Lynn Road – A10 – New River Bank and vice versa.
The Order is made to facilitate gas main replacement and associated works which are being carried out on or near this highway and it will come into operation on 5 December 2022 and continue until these works have finished or on the 4 June 2024 whichever is the earlier.
It is anticipated that these works will be carried out between 5 December and 23 December 2022.
The Order shall not apply to any persons lawfully engaged in connection with any works for which it is made, any member of the Police Force, Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance Service, a vehicle being used by Special Forces during the execution of their duties or to any person acting with the permission or upon the direction of a Police Officer in uniform.
Steven Cox, Executive Director, Place and Sustainability, New Shire Hall, Emery Crescent, Enterprise Campus, Alconbury Weald, Huntingdon, PE28 4YE
Thursday 24 November 2022

Camel Road (C132), Littleport

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC) and (TEMPORARY 40MPH & 30MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2023/038
NOTICE is given that Cambridgeshire County Council has made an Order pursuant to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the effect of which is to stop any vehicle from proceeding along Camel Road (C132), Littleport as lies between numbers 40 and 44.
The Order will be effective, for safety purposes, when signs are in place indicating the speed limit along the whole or any part of the above mentioned length of road whilst works are in progress or temporarily suspended.
Access will be maintained to properties affected by this order.
The alternative route for vehicles is via A10 – Wisbech Road (C319) and vice versa.
The Order is made to facilitate communication pipe repairs and associated works which are being carried out on or near this highway and it will come into operation on 10 January 2023 and continue until these works have finished or on the 9 July 2024 whichever is the earlier.
It is anticipated that these works will be carried out between 10 January and 12 January 2023.
The Order shall not apply to any persons lawfully engaged in connection with any works for which it is made, any member of the Police Force, Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance Service, a vehicle being used by Special Forces during the execution of their duties or to any person acting with the permission or upon the direction of a Police Officer in uniform.
Steven Cox, Executive Director, Place and Sustainability, New Shire Hall, Emery Crescent, Enterprise Campus, Alconbury Weald, Huntingdon, PE28 4YE
Thursday 22 December 2022

Cambridgeshire County Council, in conjunction with their appointed contractor, Octavius Infrastructure Limited, will soon be undertaking major repair work to A1101 Mildenhall Road in Littleport, between B1382 Mile End Road and Redmere (north of Shippea Hill Station). At the same time, minor patching work will be undertaken to the A1101 between the A10 roundabout and B1382 Mile End Road. Works are currently planned to take place between February 13th and April 7th 2023.

The majority of the works will involve deep road reconstruction to replace the foundations of the road and provide a stable support for the new pavement layers. This process will reduce the weight of the road so the underlying peaty fen soil can support it better, whilst making the road surface less permeable. General maintenance including vegetation clearance, drainage, signage and road markings will be carried out alongside this work.

Due to the nature of repairs, the work will be completed under a 24/7 road closure. The majority of work on-site will be carried out during the day, between 7.30am and 6.30pm, to ensure noise and disruption is kept to a minimum. The roads will be closed to all traffic with a signed diversion route in place for the duration of the work. Depending on weather, and to stay on programme, our contractor may also have to work weekends.

Access to properties will be maintained at all times, however there may be a slight delay as any machinery or equipment is moved out of the way. The work will be phased throughout so access to properties will be possible from one end or the other depending on where we are working at the time.

As with all our resurfacing work, the timings and dates for schemes like this are weather dependent and can change at short notice. Any changes to the programme will however be relayed to you by our team on site.

We thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us via the details above.