Details of an order that reduces the width of the pavement outside the Cheshire Cheese public house.
Stopping up means permanent removal of highway rights over the area of the stopping up as shown on the plan. It means that the general public no longer have any rights to walk on that area.
You can download the documentation from the links below.
DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
The Secretary of State gives notice of an Order made under Section 247 of the above Act entitled “The Stopping up of Highways (North West) (No.01) Order 2021” authorising the stopping up of two part-widths of Main Street, adjacent to The Cheshire Cheese public house site, at Frodsham in Cheshire West and Chester. This is to enable development as permitted by Cheshire West and Chester Council under reference 19/04085/FUL.
Copies of the Order may be obtained, free of charge, from the Secretary of State, National Transport Casework Team, Tyneside House, Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle Business Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7AR or email@example.com by quoting NATTRAN/NW/S247/4434.
Any person aggrieved by or desiring to question the validity of or any provision within the Order, on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the above Act or that any requirement or regulation made has not been complied with, may, within 6 weeks of 04 February 2021 apply to the High Court for the suspension or quashing of the Order or of any provision included.
S Zamenzadeh, Casework Manager