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21 SCARBROUGH AVENUE LTD
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NORTH LOPHAM
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ENGLAND
IP22 2LT
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06671062
Incorporation Date:
12 Aug 2008
Financial Year End:
31 Aug
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£1.00 on 13 Aug 2012
For period ending:
31 Aug 2011
Filed on:
31 May 2012
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27 Feb 2018

Company Number: 06671062 Property: Any right or interest whatsoever arising ir or from any documents of any kind and records of any kind held by (or to the order of) Attwells Solicitors LLP (Company Registration Number OC327266). Treasury Solicitor: The Solicitor for the Affairs of Her Majesty's Treasury of PO Box 2119, Croydon (DX 325801 Croydon 51). 2. In pursuance of the powers granted by s 1013 of the Companies Act 2006 the Treasury Solicitor as nominee for the Crown (in whom the property and rights of the company vested when the company was dissolved) hereby disclaims the Crown's title (if any) in the Property, the vesting of the Property which having come to his notice on 6 December 2017. Assistant Treasury Solicitor (Section 3 Treasury Solicitor Act 1876) 15 February 2018 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH PROPOSED “NO ENTRY” FROM SUNNYHILL ROAD INTO HARBOROUGH ROAD (EXCEPT FOR PEDAL CYCLES) PROPOSED WAITING RESTRICTIONS IN VARIOUS ROADS IN THE STREATHAM WELLS AREA PROPOSED NEW ROAD HUMPS AND CHANGES TO EXISTING ROAD HUMPS IN LEIGHAM VALE, VALLEY ROAD, GLENELDON ROAD, AND GRACEFIELD GARDENS [NOTE: This Notice is about proposals to introduce “no entry” for all vehicles (except pedal cycles) from Sunnyhill Road into Harborough Road, to introduce new waiting restrictions which would ban vehicles from parking in the locations described in paragraph 2(3) and the Schedule below, and to remove some existing waiting restrictions as described in paragraph 2(4) below. It is also about proposals to provide new flat-top road humps (known as “speed tables” or “raised tables”) in Valley Road and Leigham Vale and to provide new “sinusoidal” road humps and replace certain existing ones in Leigham Vale, Valley Road, Gleneldon Road and Gracefield Gardens. Objections or other comments may be made – see paragraph 7.) 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth propose to make the Lambeth (Prescribed Routes) (No. -) Traffic Order 201- and the Lambeth (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (Amendment No. -) Order 201-, under sections 6 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. 2. The general effect of the Orders would be to:- (1) ban vehicles in Sunnyhill Road from entering Harborough Road, except for pedal cycles; and (2) ban waiting by vehicles at any time (to be indicated by double yellow lines) in the locations referred to in the Schedule to this Notice. (3) ban waiting by vehicles between 8 am and 6.30 pm on Mondays to Saturdays (to be indicated by single yellow lines) in Leigham Court Road, (a) north side (i) outside Nos. 121 and 123; (ii) outside Nos. 125 to 139 and Pembroke Lodge; and (b) south side, outside Willow Court and Dunraven School; (4) remove the existing ban on waiting by vehicles (indicated by single yellow lines) in lengths of Conifer Gardens (both sides near its junction with Leigham Avenue) and in Culverhouse Gardens, Mount Nod Road and Mountearl Gardens (both sides near their junctions with Leigham Court Road). 3. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth propose, under section 90A of the Highways Act 1980, to:- (1) construct new “sinusoidal” road humps in:- (a) Gracefield Gardens, (i) outside No. 10 and No. 15; (ii) outside No. 35 and Nos. 36 and 38; (iii) outside No. 51 Gracefield Gardens and No. 7 Newcombe Gardens; (iv) outside No. 73 and Nos. 78 and 80; (v) outside No. 89 and Nos. 100 and 102; and (vi) adjacent to the sides of Nos. 47 and 49 Leithcote Gardens; and (b) Valley Road, (i) outside Nos. 15 and 17 and No. 1 Milford Mews; (ii) outside No. 113; and (iii) outside No. 186 and Spa Court; (2) replace the existing road humps (known as “speed cushions”) with new “sinusoidal” road humps in:- (a) Gleneldon Road, (i) outside Nos. 10 and 12 and Nos. 15 and 17; (ii) outside Nos. 28 and 30 and No. 43; (iii) outside Nos. 48 and 50 and Nos. 63 to 73; (iv) outside Nos. 109 and 111 and Georgian Court; (v) outside No. 119; (b) Leigham Vale (i) outside No. 8 and the car park of Pembroke Lodge; (ii) outside No. 31; (iii) outside No. 38; (iv) outside No. 50; (v) outside Nos. 67 and 68; (vi) outside No. 79; and (vii) outside Nos. 89-91; and (c) Valley Road, (i) outside No. 1a; (ii) outside No. 33 and Nos. 34/36; (iii) outside No. 47 and Nos. 70/72 and 74/76; (iv) outside Nos. 67 and 69 and Nos. 94/96 and 98/100; (3) construct the type of flat-top road humps known as “speed tables” or “raised tables” in:- (a) Leigham Vale, extending across the frontage of Hitherfield Primary School and part of No. 62; and (b) Valley Road, extending across the frontage of Nos. 87, 89 and 91 and the frontage of Nos. 134/136, 138/140 and 142/144 for a distance of 8.7 metres including ramps. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE [Each “sinusoidal” road hump would be a cycle-friendly, elevated section of carriageway with a round top that rises no more than 75 millimetres higher than the existing carriageway, extends across the full width of the carriageway from kerb to kerb and is 3.7 metres long. The speed tables/raised tables would be elevated sections of carriageway, having a maximum height of 100 millimetres above the existing carriageway, with flat tops that extend across the full width of the carriageway from kerb to kerb, so that the flat tops of the tables and the adjoining footways form a continuous surface.] 4. The proposals to ban waiting by vehicles are necessary to improve visibility for drivers and pedestrians and maintain clear access routes at road junctions, and also to assist with general accessibility and improve road safety. Some existing waiting restrictions would be removed where they are no longer necessary. The provision of new road humps is intended to encourage vehicles to slow down and so improve road safety, particularly for vulnerable road users. These proposals are particularly important outside Hitherfield Primary School and Sunnyhill Primary School, where, at the latter, the proposal to ban all vehicle movements (except for pedal cycles) into Harborough Road is required to reduce congestion and improve road safety. 5. If you have any enquiries, please telephone Jimmy Hall in the Council’s Capital Programmes Team on 020 7926 2583 or email: jhall2@lambeth.gov.uk. More details about the proposals (including maps) can be viewed at: www.lambeth.gov.uk/ourstreets. 6. A copy of each of the proposed Orders and other documents giving detailed particulars about them and the proposed road humps (including maps) are available for inspection between 9.30 am and 4.30 pm on Mondays to Fridays (except bank/public holidays), until the last day of a period of six weeks beginning with the date on which the Orders are made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Orders, at: the offices of Lambeth Council's Highways and Enforcement Group, 5th Floor, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP. To arrange inspection, please telephone 020 7926 0209. 7. All objections and other representations relating to the proposed Orders or road humps must be made in writing and all objections must specify the grounds on which they are made and should be sent to Barbara Poulter, Highways and Enforcement Group, Lambeth Council, 5th Floor, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP, by 19th March 2018. Any objection may be communicated to, or be seen by, other persons who may have an interest in this matter. Dated 26th February 2018 Andrew Burton, Head of Service – Neighbourhood Capital Programmes and Highways SCHEDULE (SUMMARY OF ‘AT ANY TIME’ WAITING RESTRICTIONS) (1) Belltrees Grove, (a) all sides, at its western end outside Nos. 16 and 31; (b) both sides, at its junction with Valleyfield Road; (c) north side, opposite Nos. 1 to 5; Deerhurst Road, both sides, at its junction with Streatham Common North; Etherstone Green, both sides, at both its junctions with Etherstone Road; Etherstone Road, (a) south side (i) at its junction with Springwell Road; and (ii) at its junction with Fawcett Close; (b) north side, at its junction with Etherstone Green (both arms); Harborough Road, south and east sides, outside Nos. 9/11; Hitherfield Road, both sides, at its junction with Leigham Vale; Kinfauns Road, both sides, at its junction with Leigham Vale; Knollys Road, both sides, at its junction with Leigham Court Road and outside Pembroke Lodge and the side of Nos. 151/153 Leigham Court Road; Leigham Avenue, (a) south side, between Woodleigh Gardens and No. 38 Leigham Avenue; and (b) north side, by the vehicle access way lying between No. 15 Leigham Avenue and Nos. 45 to 60 Manor Court; Leigham Court Road, both sides, at its junction with Knollys Road and Valley Road and outside Pembroke Lodge, Willow Court, Nos. 151/153 and 155/157 Leigham Court Road and Nos. 1 to 12 Caroline Close; Leigham Vale, (a) both sides, from the north-eastern wall of Nos. 89 to 91 under the railway bridges to the rear of No. 5 Kingsmead Road; (b) north-west side, at its junction with Kinfauns Road and outside Nos. 100 and 101; (c) south-east side (i) opposite Nos. 71, 72 and 73; (ii) opposite Hitherfield Primary School and No. 62; (iii) opposite Nos. 81, 82 and 83; and (c) south-east and north-east sides, opposite Pembroke Lodge and Nos. 8 to 27; Leithcote Gardens, north side, outside No. 1; Madeira Road, south- east side (i) outside Nos. 25 and 27 and the entrance to Russell’s Footpath; (ii) at its junction with Oakdale Road; Minehead Road, both sides, at its junction with Streatham Common North; Mount Nod Road, south-east side, at its junction with Leigham Court Road; Oakdale Road, (a) north side, at its junction with Madeira Road; and (b) south side, outside Nos. 48 and 49; Romeyn Road, north-west and south-west sides, outside No. 31; Springwell Close, both sides, at its junctions with Etherstone Green and Springwell Road; Springwell Road, both sides, at its junctions with Etherstone Road and Springwell Close; Strathdale, all sides, at its southern end outside No. 4 and near to No. 13; Streatham Common North, north side, at its junction with Valley Road and outside Nos. 22 and 23; Sunnyhill Road, south-west side (i) outside Nos. 60 and 62; and (ii) outside Nos. 162 to 168; Valley Road, (a) both sides (i) at its junction with Leigham Court Road and outside Willow Court, Nos. 1 to 12 Caroline Close and Nos. 1a and 1b Valley Road; (ii) outside No. 204 and Nos. 169 to 175; (iii) outside and opposite Nos. 219, 221 and 223; (iv) outside and opposite Nos. 239 and 241; (b) west side (i) outside No. 8; (ii) at its junction with Milford Mews; (iii) outside Nos. 34/36; (iv) outside Nos. 62/64; (v) outside Nos. 130/132 to 146/148; (vi) outside No. 210 and No. 13 Oakdale Road; (vii) at its junction with Streatham Common North and at the side of No. 22 Streatham Common North; (c) east side (i) at its junction with Streatham Common North and at the side of No. 23 Streatham Common North; (ii) outside Nos. 209, 211 and 213; (iii) at its junction with South Oak Road and outside Nos. 85 to 93; (iv) at its junction with Namba Roy Close; (v) at its junction with Curtis Field Road; Valleyfield Road, south and south-east sides (i) outside Nos. 40 and 42; and (ii) at its junction with Belltrees Grove; and (2) At the following road junctions [where there are cross roads the restrictions would apply on both sides of all the roads mentioned, and where there is a T-Junction the restrictions would apply on both sides of the first road mentioned and on the side of the second (and in one case, third) road mentioned where that road adjoins the first road]: Angles Road with Sunnyhill Road and also on the opposite side of that junction outside Nos. 110 to 116 Sunnyhill Road; Angles Road, the north to south arm of that road with the east to west arm; Conifer Gardens with Leigham Avenue; Culverhouse Gardens with Leigham Court Road, and extending along Leigham Court Road on both sides partly outside and opposite Dunraven School Sixth Form; Deerhurst Road with Hill House Road; Farm Avenue with Angles Road and Pinfold Road; Farm Avenue with Pendennis Road; Farnan Road with Hopton Road; Farnan Road with Polworth Road; Gracefield Gardens with Leithcote Gardens; Grasmere Road with Gleneldon Road; Grasmere Road with Oakdale Road; Hailsham Avenue with Mount Nod Road; Harborough Road with Valley Road; Hill House Road with Streatham Common North; Hill House Road with Valley Road; Hopton Road with Rutford Road and Madeira Road; Ivyday Grove with Leithcote Gardens; Keymer Road with Mount Nod Road; Maple Mews with Hill House Road; Minehead Road with Hill House Road; Mountearl Gardens with Leigham Court Road and extending along Leigham Court Road on both sides outside and opposite Nos. 73 and 73a; Mount Nod Road with Hitherfield Road and Lydhurst Avenue; Oakdale Road with Valley Road; Pendennis Road with Leithcote Gardens; Polworth Road (by Nos. 1 and 2) with Hopton Road; Romeyn Road with Rosedene Avenue; Rosedene Avenue with Stockfield Road; Springwell Road with Valleyfield Road; Stockfield Road with Mount Nod Road; Stockfield Road with Leigham Vale and also on the opposite side of that junction for 14.5 metres along Leigham Vale; Strathdale with Valleyfield Road; Valleyfield Road with Leigham Court Road; Valleyfield Road with Valley Road; Wellfield Road with Valley Road; and Well Close with Valley Road. OTHER NOTICES OTHER NOTICES COMPANY LAW SUPPLEMENT The Company Law Supplement details information notified to, or by, the Registrar of Companies. The Company Law Supplement to The London, Belfast and Edinburgh Gazette is published weekly on a Tuesday. These supplements are available to view at https:// www.thegazette.co.uk/browse-publications. Alternatively use the search and filter feature which can be found here https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-notices on the company number and/or name. MONEY PENSIONS MONEY THE SPINNAKER MASTER TRUST NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES UNDER SECTION 27 OF THE TRUSTEE ACT 1925 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 27 of the Trustee Act 1925 that: Goddard Perry Consulting Limited as Trustee of the Scheme, are anticipating the winding up the Scheme. Any person who has been contacted by the Trustees at their current address or has already made a claim and received a response need not re-apply to the Trustee pursuant to this Notice. Otherwise, any creditor, member or beneficiary of the Scheme or any other person who believes they have a claim against or interest in the Scheme, is requested to write to: Goddard Perry Consulting Limited, 17 Lansdowne Road, Croydon, CR0 2BX within two months of the date of this notice to make a claim. When writing, claimants should provide full particulars of their claim (including their name, address, date of birth and national insurance number) and quote ‘Attention: Kyra Barone, The Spinnaker Master Trust, in all correspondence. After the two month period has passed, the Trustees will proceed to wind up the Scheme and secure benefits for any remaining beneficiaries, having regard only to the claims and interests of which they have prior notice. The Trustees shall not be liable to any person of whose claims and demands they have not had notice. Issued on behalf of the Trustees of the Scheme Dated 21 February 2018 THE DANFOSS POWER SOLUTIONS EXECUTIVE PENSION PLAN (“THE PLAN") FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE SAUER-DANFOSS EXECUTIVE PENSION PLAN Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 27 of the Trustee Act 1925, that any person that believes that he or she has a claim against, or entitlement to a pension or any benefit from, or interest in the Plan is hereby required to send particulars in writing within two months of the date of this publication of his or her claim or entitlement (together with full name, present address, date of birth, National Insurance Number and the full name of the Plan) to JLT Benefit Solutions Limited, 100 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6HE and mark it for the attention of Margaret Jenkins. The Trustees will distribute the assets of the Plan among the persons entitled to them having regard only to those persons of whose claims and entitlements they have notice, and will not be liable to any other person. Any individuals who have already been contacted on behalf of the Trustees about this matter should not respond to this notice as the Trustees already have details of their claims and entitlements. JLT Benefit Solutions Limited, for and on behalf of the Trustees of the Plan. Corporate insolvency NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS

12 Feb 2016

Company Number: 06671062 Interest: freehold Title number: LL228003 Property: The Property situated at Clovelly, 21 Scarbrough Avenue, Skegness PE25 2SZ being the land comprised in the above mentioned title Treasury Solicitor: The Solicitor for the Affairs of Her Majesty's Treasury of PO Box 70165, London WC1A 9HG (DX 123240 Kingsway). 2 In pursuance of the powers granted by Section 1013 of the Companies Act 2006, the Treasury Solicitor as nominee for the Crown (in whom the property and rights of the Company vested when the Company was dissolved) hereby disclaims the Crown`s title (if any) in the property, the vesting of the property having come to his notice on . Assistant Treasury Solicitor 8 February 2016 NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER UNDER SECTION 1013 OF THE COMPANIES ACT 2006 IN PURSUANCE of the powers granted by Section 1013 of the Companies Act 2006 THE SOLICITOR FOR THE AFFAIRS OF THE DUCHY OF LANCASTER as nominee for HER MAJESTY IN RIGHT OF HER MAJESTY’S DUCHY OF LANCASTER in whom the property and rights of RIVA ENVIRONMENT LIMITED (Company Number 08185932) (Company) vested pursuant to Section 1012 of the Companies Act 2006 when the Company was dissolved on 16 September 2014 HEREBY DISCLAIMS the title of Her Majesty in Right

30 Oct 2015

Company Number: 06671062 Interest: freehold Title number: LL228003 Property: The Property situated at Clovelly, 21 Scarborough Avenue, Skegness PE25 2SZ being the land comprised in the above mentioned title Treasury Solicitor: The Solicitor for the Affairs of Her Majesty's Treasury of PO Box 70165, London WC1A 9HG (DX 123240 Kingsway). 2 In pursuance of the powers granted by Section 1013 of the Companies Act 2006, the Treasury Solicitor as nominee for the Crown (in whom the property and rights of the Company vested when the Company was dissolved) hereby disclaims the Crown`s title (if any) in the property, the vesting of the property having come to his notice on . Assistant Treasury Solicitor 26 October 2015 NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER OF BONA VACANTIA COMPANIES ACT 2006 Company Name: ANJOK 155 LIMITED (FORMERLY AILSA HOMES LIMITED) WHEREAS ANJOK 155 LIMITED (formerly Ideal Homes Scotland Limited and before that Ailsa Homes Limited), a company incorporated under the Companies Acts under Company number 00260569 was dissolved on 6 March 1994; AND WHEREAS in terms of section 654 of the Companies Act 1985 all property and rights whatsoever vested in or held on trust for a dissolved company immediately before its dissolution are deemed to be bona vacantia; AND WHEREAS immediately before its dissolution the said Anjok 155 Limited was heritably vest in parts and portions of ALL and WHOLE subjects originally extending to 33.407 acres or thereby known as the Calder Braes (otherwise Calderbraes) Estate (formerly known as the farm of Birkenshaw, Uddingston) in the Parish of Bothwell more particularly described in and shown within the boundaries coloured blue on the plan annexed and signed as relative to the Disposition by William Alexander Paterson in favour of Alexander Morrison and Mrs Margaret Paterson Lippiatt or Morrison dated 4 and 18 March 1959 and recorded in the Division of the General Register of Sasines for the County of Lanark on 28 March 1959; AND WHEREAS the dissolution of the said Anjok 155 Limited came to my notice on 11 July 2013: Now THEREFORE I, CATHERINE PATRICIA DYER, the Queen’s and Lord Treasurer’s Remembrancer, in pursuance of section 1013 of the Companies Act 2006, do by this Notice disclaim the Crown’s whole right and title in and to the aforesaid heritable property. Catherine Dyer Queen’s and Lord Treasurer’s Remembrancer 25 Chambers Street Edinburgh EH1 1LA 23 October 2015 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET LONDON LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND TRANSPORT FOR LONDON ACT 2003 ENFORCEMENT OF MOVING TRAFFIC CONTRAVENTIONS 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with section 3 of the London Local Authorities and Transport for London Act 2003, that the Council of the London Borough of Barnet has resolved to exercise the powers conferred by that Act to issue Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) for contraventions of Traffic Management Orders which impose restrictions or prohibitions on the movement of vehicles or certain classes of vehicle within the Borough. 2 The Council’s powers will replace the powers of the Metropolitan Police to take action against drivers contravening those Orders. 3 In general, the Traffic Management Orders referred to above are those which require vehicles to proceed in particular directions at specified points, prohibit them from making certain movements or entering defined areas or restrict the movements of certain classes of vehicle. All such requirements, restrictions or prohibitions are indicated by the relevant traffic signs in accordance with The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 (as amended). 4 The Council has fixed an appointed day to commence the operation of these powers with effect from 1st February 2016. 5 Please contact Paul Millard on 020 8359 2230 with any query regarding this Notice. Dated this 29th October 2015. Andrew Travers, Chief Executive, London Borough of Barnet, North London Business Park, Oakleigh Road South, London N11 1NP. LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET THE BARNET (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (CIVIL ENFORCEMENT AREA) (EXPERIMENTAL) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015 THE BARNET (PROHIBITION OF STOPPING OUTSIDE SCHOOLS) (EXPERIMENTAL) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Barnet on the 29th October 2015 have made the above mentioned Orders (“The Orders”) under section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. As part of a road safety improvement scheme designed to improve pedestrian facilities on Woodhouse Road N12 outside and in the vicinity of the Wren Academy the following measures will be introduced: a) a zebra crossing on Woodhouse Road east of the junction with Crescent Way; b) a pedestrian refuge island on Woodhouse Road west of Hilton Avenue and enhancements to existing pedestrian crossing points on Hilton Avenue; c) a right turning lane into the new entrance for the Wren Academy School; d) ‘no stopping’ school keep clear markings operative at all times on the northern side of Woodhouse Road outside the new entrance to the Wren Academy. e) ‘no stopping’ school keep clear markings operative Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm on the northern side of Woodhouse Road outside the new entrance to the Wren Academy f) ‘no stopping’ school keep clear markings operative Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm on Woodhouse Road at its junction with the eastern side of Hilton Avenue g) ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions on the northern side of Woodhouse Road west of its junction with Hilton Avenue; h) ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions on the southern side of Woodhouse Road opposite its junction with Hilton Avenue; i) improvements to the westbound bus stop on Woodhouse Road, east of the junction with Crescent Way, including raising the kerb height and installing bus stop clearway markings. The general effect of the Orders will be to introduce the school keep clear markings outlined in (d), (e) and (f) above, and the waiting restrictions outlined in (g) and (h) above on an experimental basis, in order to prevent obstructive parking and improve sightlines during the peak hours. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE The Orders provide that, in pursuance of section 10(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the Chief Executive of the Council or some person authorised in that behalf by him, may, if it appears to him essential in the interests of the expeditious, convenient and safe movement of traffic or for preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which any road affected by the Orders run, modify or suspend the operation of the Order or any provision thereof. Copies of the Orders, which come into operation on Monday 9th November 2015, plans of the relevant areas and the Council’s Statements of Reasons for making the Orders can be inspected between 9am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays (Bank Holidays and Public Holidays excepted) inclusive for a period of 6 months from the date on which this notice is published at: (a) Design Team, 11th Floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ; (b) Hendon Town Hall, Reception, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BQ. Further information may be obtained by telephoning the Design Team on 020 8359 3555. Any person wishing to question the validity of the Orders or any of their provisions on the grounds that they are not within the relevant powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any of the relevant requirements thereof or of any regulation made there-under have not been complied with in relation to the Orders may within six weeks of the date on which the Orders were made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. If the provisions of the Orders continue in operation for a period of not less than six months, the Council will consider in due course whether the provisions of the Orders should be reproduced and continued in force indefinitely. Anyone who wishes to object to the making of such Orders for the purpose of such reproduction and continuation in force may, within the period of six months from the date on which the Orders came into operation, send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Design Team, 11th Floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ or via email to highwayscorrespondence@barnet.gov.uk. Dated this 29th October 2015. Martin Cowie Assistant Director, Strategic Planning, Regeneration and Transport. LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET THE BARNET (FREE PARKING PLACES, LOADING PLACES, WAITING, LOADING AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS) (AMENDMENT NO.9) (EXPERIMENTAL) ORDER 2015 THE BARNET (CHARGED-FOR PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO.10) (EXPERIMENTAL) ORDER 2015 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Barnet on the 29th October 2015 has made the above mentioned Orders (“The Orders”) under Section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. Following a request for a street market in Edgware Town Centre, the general effect of the Orders will be to, on an experimental basis, allow the Council to suspend on-street parking places or loading places for the reasons of allowing a street market to take place. The Orders provide that, in pursuance of section 10(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the Chief Executive of the Council or some person authorised in that behalf by him, may, if it appears to him essential in the interests of the expeditious, convenient and safe movement of traffic or for preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which any road affected by the Orders run, modify or suspend the operation of the Orders or any provision thereof Copies of the Orders, which come into operation on Friday 6th November 2015, plans of the relevant areas and the Council’s Statements of Reasons for making the Orders can be inspected between 9am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays (Bank Holidays and Public Holidays excepted) inclusive for a period of 6 months from the date on which this notice is published at: (a) Design Team, 11th Floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ; (b) Hendon Town Hall, Reception, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BQ. Further information may be obtained by telephoning the Design Team on 020 8359 3555. Any person wishing to question the validity of the Orders or any of their provisions on the grounds that they are not within the relevant powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any of the relevant requirements thereof or of any regulation made there-under have not been complied with in relation to the Orders may within six weeks of the date on which the Orders were made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. If the provisions of the Orders continue in operation for a period of not less than six months, the Council will consider in due course whether the provisions of the Orders should be reproduced and continued in force indefinitely. Anyone who wishes to object to the making of such Orders for the purpose of such reproduction and continuation in force may, within the period of six months from the date on which the Orders came into operation, send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Design Team, 11th Floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ or via email to highwayscorrespondence@barnet.gov.uk. Dated this 29th October 2015. Martin Cowie Assistant Director, Strategic Planning, Regeneration and Transport. LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT THE BRENT (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 7) ORDER 2015 THE BRENT (FREE PERMIT PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 6) ORDER 2015 THE BRENT (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 11, 2003) (AMENDMENT NO. 1) ORDER 2015 THE BRENT (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 5, 2004) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Brent on 26 October 2015 made the above mentioned Orders under sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by section 8 of and Part 1 of Schedule 5 to the Local Government Act 1985, the Parking Acts of 1986 and 1989 and the Traffic Management Act 2004. 2. The general effect of the ‘Disabled Persons Parking Places’ Order will be to revoke the existing disabled parking places outside No. 10 Caple Road, NW10 8AB, No. 70 Basing Hill, HA9 9QR, No. 25 Bathurst Gardens, NW10 5JH, No. 35A Clifford Gardens, NW10 3NT, No. 67 Dagmar Avenue, HA9 8DQ, No. 2 Harrowdene Close HA0 2JE, No. 23 Hawkins Road, NW10 9DR, No. 6 Hopefield Avenue, NW6 6LH, No. 38 Maybank Avenue, HA0 2TH, No. 7 Nutfield Road, NW2 7EA, No 2 Priory Hill, HA0 2QF, No. 27A Thomas A Beckett Close, HA0 2SH and No.79 Wembley Hill Road, HA9 8BU. 3. The general effect of the ‘Free Permit Parking Places’ Order will be to:- (a) re-designate existing free parking places for vehicles displaying a disabled person’s badge (commonly referred to as “the Blue Badge”) in the streets specified in the Schedule to this Notice to free personalised parking places for vehicles displaying a Brent issued personalised disabled persons parking places permit issued under the Order; (b) provide that the parking places will operate “at any time”; (c) provide that a permit may be issued by the Council on application being made by a disabled person in possession of a Brent issued blue badge and: (i) in receipt of the Disability Living Allowance with the higher rate of mobility component for an indefinite period; or (ii) in receipt of the higher rate of Attendance Allowance for applicants aged 65 or over; or (iii) where the applicant does not drive and has appointed a nominated carer to drive for them, the carer is in receipt of the Carer’s Allowance award; (d) revoke the existing free personalised parking place outside No. 28 Bathurst Gardens, NW10 5JA; (e) revoke the existing free personalised parking place adjacent to No. 148 Chamberlayne Road, NW10 3NT. 4. The general effect of the ‘Parking Places Amendment’ Orders will be to:- (a) increase in length existing permit holders only parking places following the revocation of the no longer required personalised disabled persons parking place in Bathurst Gardens, Clifford Gardens and Maybank Avenue; ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE (b) increase in length existing shared use parking place following the revocation of the no longer required personalised disabled persons parking place in Whitmore Gardens. 5. A copy of the Orders, which will come into operation on 9 November 2015, of maps of the relevant areas and of the relevant Orders of 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2008 (and of any Orders which have amended those Orders) can be inspected during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive until the end of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made at Brent Customer Services, Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 0FJ. 6. Copies of the Orders may be purchased from the address mentioned in paragraph 5 above. 7. Any person desiring to question the validity of any of the Orders or of any provision contained therein on the grounds that it is not within the relevant powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any of the relevant requirements thereof or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with in relation to any of the Orders may, within six weeks of the date on which the Orders were made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. Dated 26 October 2015 Tony Kennedy Head of Transportation (The officer appointed for this purpose). SCHEDULE Personalised Disabled Parking Bay Outside:- No. 10 Caple Road, NW10 8AB No. 67 Dagmar Avenue, HA9 8DQ No. 2 Harrowdene Close, HA0 2JE No. 23 Hawkins Road, NW10 9DR No. 6 Hopefield Avenue, NW6 6LH No.79 Wembley Hill Road, HA9 8BU LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT WEMBLEY STADIUM EVENTS THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 5) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION IN ZONES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 9) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (CONTROLLED ZONES) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (FREE PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (GOODS VEHICLES) (FREE LOADING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (OFF-STREET PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2015) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (BUS PRIORITY) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (PROHIBITION OF STOPPING) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (NO. 1, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (NO. 2, 2012) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015, THE BRENT (WEMBLEY STADIUM AREA) (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (NO. 2, 2013) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Brent on 26 October 2015 made the above mentioned Orders under sections 6, 32, 35, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by section 8 of and Part I of Schedule 5 to the Local Government Act 1985, the Parking Acts of 1986 and 1989 and the Traffic Management Act 2004. 2. The general effect of the Orders will be to impose, on additional dates, the system of traffic and parking control, operating in the Wembley Stadium Area when a major Event is taking place at the stadium:- (a) the new date to be added is indicated with an asterisk in the list of remaining 2015 Wembley Event Days: - 4th, 9th and 25th October 2015, 1st, 13th* and 17th November 2015. Note – The South Way two-way traffic flow scheme is expected to operate on 9th October 2015 and 17th November 2015 only; (b) the new dates to be added in the list of 2016 Wembley Event Days are: - 28th February 2016, 3rd, 16th, 23rd and 24th April 2016, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th and 30th May 2016, 27th August 2016, 8th October 2016 and 11th November 2016. Note – The South Way two-way traffic flow scheme is expected to operate on 28th February 2016, 3rd, 16th, 23rd and 24th April 2016, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th and 30th May 2016, 27th August 2016, 8th October 2016 and 11th November 2016 only. 3. A copy of the Orders, which will come into operation on 9 November 2015, of the relevant Orders of 2012, 2013 and 2015 (and of the Orders which have amended those Orders), and of maps of the relevant area can be inspected during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive until the end of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made at:- Brent Customer Services, Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 0FJ. 4. Copies of the Orders may be purchased from the address mentioned in paragraph 3 above. 5. Any person desiring to question the validity of any of the Orders or of any provision contained therein on the grounds that it is not within the relevant powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any of the relevant requirements thereof or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with in relation to any of the Orders may, within six weeks of the date on which the Orders were made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. Dated 26 October 2015. Tony Kennedy Head of Transportation (The officer appointed for this purpose). LONDON BOROUGH OF HARROW PROPOSED PINNER CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE (A) MINOR AMENDMENTS THE HARROW (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO.*) TRAFFIC ORDER 201* THE HARROW (PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO.*) TRAFFIC ORDER 201* THE HARROW (FREE PARKING PLACES)(DISABLED PERSONS) (ALTERNATIVE HOURS) (AMENDMENT NO. *) TRAFFIC ORDER 201* THE HARROW (FREE PARKING PLACES) TRAFFIC ORDER 201* THE HARROW (PROHIBITION OF STOPPING OUTSIDE SCHOOLS) TRAFFIC ORDER 201* 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Harrow proposes to make the above mentioned orders under Sections 6, 7, 45, 46, 47, 124 and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended by the Local Government Act 1985 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the orders would be to make minor amendments at specific locations in the Pinner CPZ area, following the measures implemented at the beginning of the year. (a) High Street Pinner – Loading bay outside Nos. 33/35 High Street, Pinner. It is proposed to provide a new loading bay outside Nos. 31 to 33/35 High Street, Pinner, with a length of 13 metres. This is necessary to facilitate loading and unloading to businesses at the top end of the High Street. It is proposed to operate 7am to 7pm Monday to Saturday. To accommodate the loading bay, the existing disabled bay outside No. 31 to 33/35 is proposed to be relocated outside No. 39 High Street, Pinner, and the existing short section of single yellow line between the existing disabled parking bay and permit bays be removed. There will be a net loss of one permit parking space where the disabled bay is proposed to be relocated. The disabled parking bay would have a max stay duration of three hours applied, and operate between 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday. (b) Bridge Street, Pinner – existing disabled bays – Max Stay 3 hours. In keeping with the newly introduced disabled parking bays in Love Lane and High Street, Pinner, it is proposed to introduce a maximum stay duration of three hours for the three existing disabled parking bays located in Bridge Street, Pinner. This standardises all on-street disabled parking bays provided for shoppers in Pinner, and is consistent with those introduced in other parts of the borough in shopping centre for shoppers and not residential use. (c) Leighton Avenue – additional Zone A permit bays. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Following the previous review of the Pinner CPZ, it was identified that two additional permit bays could be provided in Leighton Avenue, increasing space for two additional cars to park during the operational times of the CPZ. Therefore additional permit parking bays for one car each are proposed outside Nos. 8 & 10, and outside No. 22 Leighton Avenue. (d) Paines Lane – 11am to 12 noon Monday to Friday waiting restrictions between Nos. 73 and 83 Paines Lane. Following the introduction of at any time waiting restrictions at the junction of Barrow Point Avenue and Paines Lane, and north of the narrowing near this junction, it has been identified that additional restrictions are required to prevent further obstructive parking. It is therefore proposed to introduce a single yellow line operating from 11am to 12 noon Monday to Friday, the same time as the Pinner CPZ controlled times, in Paines Lane between the existing double yellow lines and a point 6.00 metres north of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 71 and 73 Paines Lane. (e) Love Lane – proposed school stopping prohibitions. It is proposed to formalise the existing school keep clear markings outside Oak Lee Montessori School in Love Lane, Pinner. It is proposed to introduce no stopping prohibitions between 8.30am to 9.30am and 3pm to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. (f) Cannon Lane – Pay & Display in service road fronting Nos. 42 to 60 Cannon Lane. It is proposed to convert the existing free parking places in the service road fronting Nos. 42 to 60 Cannon Lane to pay and display parking. The proposed tariff is 10p per 20 minutes with a maximum stay of 2 hours, or a 20 minute free period per vehicle per day in Harrow, in line with all on-street pay and display areas throughout Harrow. 3. The restrictions referred to in this notice would not apply in respect of anything done at the direction of a police constable in uniform or with the permission of a parking attendant or other person authorised by the Council or in certain circumstances, such as the picking up or setting down of passengers, or the carrying out of statutory powers or duties. The usual exemption relating to vehicles lawfully displaying a disabled person’s “Blue Badge” would apply. 4. A copy of the proposed orders and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the orders are available for inspection between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday at the Civic Centre, until the expiration of a period of 21 days from the date on which this notice is published. Further information can be obtained by telephoning the Project Officer, Sajjad Farid on 020 8424 1484, or by visiting the traffic order page at www.harrow.gov.uk/trafficorders 5. All objections and other representations relating to the proposed orders must be made in writing and received at the address given below quoting reference DP2015-17 not later than 19th November 2015. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made. Email: transportation@harrow.gov.uk. Dated 29th October 2015 David Eaglesham Service Manager – Traffic, Highways and Asset Management, Environment and Enterprise, PO Box 39, Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow, HA1 2XA

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