CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC PATH ORDER TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT, 1990, SECTION 257 & PARAGRAPH 1 OF SCHEDULE 14 BLACKTHORN FOOTPATH NO.7 (PART) DIVERSION ORDER 2018Notice ID: MF0278090
CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC PATH ORDER TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT, 1990, SECTION 257 & PARAGRAPH 1 OF SCHEDULE 14 BLACKTHORN FOOTPATH NO.7 (PART) DIVERSION ORDER 2018 The above Order was made on the 22 May 2018. The effect of the Order will be to divert the section of Blackthorn Footpath No.7 which runs for approximately 347m and commences at National Grid Reference (NGR) SP 46091 21957 (point A on the order map), to NGR SP 46125 21961 (point B on the order map) and create an alternative footpath on to a line which runs for approximately 385m and commences at NGR SP 46091
21957 (pointA on the order map), to NGR SP 46125 21961
(point B on the order map), where it re-joins on to the existing line of Blackthorn Footpath No.7 as indicated on the order map. Full site descriptions of the existing and alternative footpaths are shown on the schedule of the Order. Copies of the Order and Map have been deposited and may be seen free of charge at the main reception, Cherwell District Council, Bodicote House, Bodicote and Franklins House, Wesley Lane, Bicester from 9am to 4pm (weekdays). Copies of the Order and map are available for purchase at a cost of 50 pence. Alternatively, an electronic copy is available and can be e-mailed upon written request to firstname.lastname@example.org . There is no charge for an e-mailed version.
Any representation about or objection to the Order may be sent or delivered in writing addressed to Mrs J Humphreys, Shared Legal Services, Law and Governance, Cherwell District Council, Bodicote House, Bodicote, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4AA or by email to prow@ cherwellandsouthnorthants.gov.uk not later than 29 June 2018. Please state the grounds on which it is made. If no such representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are subsequently withdrawn, Cherwell District Council may itself confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If the Order is sent to the Secretary of State for confirmation, any representations or objections which have not been withdrawn will be sent with the Order. James Doble, Assistant Director: Law and Governance Dated: 1 June 2018