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HYUNDAI LOGISTICS (UK) HOLDINGS LTD.
UNIT5 NEXUS CLOSE
OFF CENTRAL WAY, NORTH FELTHAM TRADING ESTATE
FELTHAM
MIDDLESEX
TW14 0AF
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Company Registration No.:
08506037
Incorporation Date:
26 Apr 2013 (3 Years old)
Financial Year End:
31 Dec
Capital:
£1,574,000.00 on 15 May 2015
For period ending:
31 Dec 2015
Filed on:
1 Apr 2016
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31 Dec 2015 31 Dec 2014 31 Dec 2013
Cash at bank: £295,764 £204,824 £274,178
Debtors: £733,709 £799,041 £587,340
Creditors due within one year: £3,761 £1,878 £1,800
Total Assets less Current Liabilities: £1,025,712 £1,001,987 £859,718
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1 Dec 2016

LIMITED Company Number: 02111439 Property: Any property / rights and / or obligations vested in and / or held by the Company in a lease dated the 11th day of June 1987 and made between Dobber Developments Limited (1) 97 Kirkton Road Management Company Limited (2) and Stephen Teague and Miss Alison Sinnott (3) in respect of the property situated at 97 Kirkton Road, London N15 5EY registered at the Land Registry under Title Number EGL201031 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 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 having come to his notice on 31 October 2016. Assistant Treasury Solicitor (Section 3 Treasury Solicitor Act 1876) 23 November 2016 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM (LOADING AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS) (THE ST JOSEPH’S PRIMARY SCHOOL AREA AND ROSEMARY GARDENS) AMENDMENT NO. XX ORDER 20XX Notice is hereby given that the Council of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in exercise of its powers under sections 6, 124 and Parts I to IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended (hereinafter called “the Act”) and all other enabling legislation and powers and after consultation with the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis in accordance with Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Act propose to make the above Order, the effect of which will be to introduce; “No Waiting and No Loading at any time restrictions” on the (1) north-west side of St Georges Road from the junction with Halbutt Street for a distance of 8 metres in a south-westerly direction; (2) north-west side of Connor Road from the junction with Halbutt Street for a distance of 26 metres in a north-easterly direction; (3) south-east side of Connor Road from a point opposite the projected center line of Halbutt Street for a distance of 40 metres in a north-easterly direction; (4) west side of Halbutt Street from its junction with St Georges Road for a distance of 13 metres in a northerly direction; and (5) east side of Halbutt Street from its junction with Connor Street for a distance of 22 metres in a northerly direction. “No Waiting at any time restrictions” on the (1) north-west side of St Georges Road from a point 10 metres north- east of Beverley Road for a distance of 9 metres in a north-easterly direction; (2) north-west side of St Georges Road from a point opposite the north-eastern property boundary of No.163 St Georges Road for a distance of 20.5 metres in a north-easterly direction; (3) south and east side of the north to south arm of Rosemary Gardens from a point 7 metres south of the southern building line of No. 7a Rosemary Gardens to the common property boundary between No.6 and No.7 on the southern side of the east to west arm of Rosemary Gardens; and (4) north and east side of the north to south arm of Rosemary Gardens from a point 10 metres north of the northern building line of No. 22 Rosemary Gardens to a point opposite the common property boundary between No.6 and No.7 on the northern side of the east to west arm of Rosemary Gardens. “No waiting at any time restrictions in place of no waiting Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 6.30 pm” on (1) both sides of the east to west arm of Rosemary Gardens from a point 10 metres west of the junction with Whalebone Lane South for a distance of 7 metres in a westerly direction. “No Waiting Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm” on the (1) north-west side of St Georges Road from the common property boundary of No.s 157 and 159 St Georges Street for a distance of 19.6 metres in a north-easterly direction; (2) north-west side of St Georges Road from a point 39.7 metres north-east of the common property boundary of No.s 157 and 159 St Georges Road for a distance of 19 metres in a north-easterly direction; (3) north-west side of St Georges Road from a point 68.4 metres north-east of the common property boundary of No.s 157 and 159 St Georges Road for a distance of 24.8 metres in a north-easterly direction; (4) south-east side of St Georges Road from a point opposite the common property boundary of No.s 157 and 159 St Georges Road for a distance of 76.4 metres in a north-easterly direction; (5) north-west side of Connor Road from a point 26 metres north-east from the junction with Halbutt Street for a distance of 74.6 metres in a north-easterly direction; (6) north-west side of Connor Road from a point 9.4 metres north-east from the junction with Joyners Close for a distance of 62.3 metres in a north-easterly direction; (7) south-east side of Connor Road from the common property boundary of No.s 48 and 50 Connor Road for a distance of 110.6 metres in a north-easterly direction; ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE (8) west side of Halbutt Street from a point 13 metres north of its junction with St Georges Road for a distance of 77.8 metres in a northerly direction; and (9) east side of Halbutt Street from a point 22 metres north of its junction with Connor Road for a distance of 69 metres in a northerly direction. “No stopping on school entrance markings Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30 pm” on the (1) south-east side of Connor Road from the common property boundary of No.s 48 and 50 Connor Road for a distance of 26.6 metres in a south-westerly direction; and (2) south-east side of St Georges Road from a point opposite the centre line of Halbutt Street for a distance of 26.6 metres in a south- westerly direction. “Loading Only” bay in place of an ambulance bay on the (1) north-west side of St Georges Road from a point 58.7 metres north-east of the common property boundary of No.s 157 and 159 St Georges Road for a distance of 9.7 metres in a north-easterly direction. “Four-wheel pavement parking places” on the (10) north-west side of St Georges Road fronting No.s 161 to 163, Kidd House No.s 1 to 19 and No.s 167 to 169 (excluding vehicle crossover areas); and (11) south-east side of St Georges Road opposite No.s 159 to 163 and Kidd House No.s 1 to 19; and (12) north-west side of Connor Road fronting No.s 27 to 37 and No.s 51 to 69 (excluding vehicle crossover areas); and (13) south-east side of Connor Road fronting No.s 50 to its junction with Northfield Road (excluding vehicle crossover areas); and (14) west side of Halbutt Street fronting No.s 183 to its junction with Humphries Close (excluding vehicle crossover areas); and (15) east side of Halbutt Street fronting No.s 194 to 200 (excluding vehicle crossover areas). Copies of the draft Order together with a plan and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing this Order are available for inspection at the Planning Application desk, Town Hall, Barking and at the offices of the Chief Executive, Civic Centre, Dagenham between the hours of 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Any objections and other representations to the proposed Order must be made in writing stating the grounds on which they are made and sent for the attention of [Jacquie Harris] to the address below, within 21 days from the date of publication of this Notice or by visiting the council website and following the link below: www.lbbd.gov.uk/tmofeedback quoting reference ID162 - St Joseph’s School / Rosemary Gardens Dated 30 November 2016 Sharon Harrington, Head of Service, Highway & Enforcement Services Customer commercial & Service Delivery, Town Hall, Barking, Essex IG11 7LU LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY THE BEXLEY (SIDCUP STATION) (PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO. XX) TRAFFIC ORDER 201X 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Bexley propose to make the above mentioned Traffic Order 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 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the above mentioned Amendment Orders, would be to amend the Bexley (Sidcup Station) (Parking Places) Traffic Order 2015, to: (a) remove the existing resident’s permit parking bay outside No. 34 Clarence Road. This resident’s permit parking bay which operates Monday-Friday 1pm-3pm is proposed to be replaced by the controlled parking zone restriction of no waiting, Monday-Friday 1pm-3pm, denoted by a single yellow line, and (b) to change the ‘free’ parking bay to the front of Nos. 4 and 6 Clarence Road to residents and visitor permit parking bays which operate Monday-Friday 1pm-3pm. (c) to change both the ‘free’ parking bays in Canterbury Avenue to residents and visitor permit parking bays which operate Monday- Friday 1pm-3pm. 3. Copies of the proposed Orders, the corresponding Parent Orders (and any Orders that have amended those Orders), the Council’s statement of reasons for proposing to make the Orders, and maps which indicates the length of roads to which the Orders relate, can be inspected during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive, at the Contact Centre, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning Bruce Woodhams on 020 3045 5921. 5. Any person desiring to object to the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their objections and the grounds thereof, to the London Borough of Bexley, Public Realm Management, Traffic Services, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT within 21 days of the date of this Notice. 6. Persons objecting to the proposed Order should be aware that this Council would be legally obliged to make any comment received in response to this Notice, open to public inspection. Dated 30th November 2016 G Ward, Deputy Director of Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services (Services and Programmes) LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY THE BEXLEY (BEXLEYHEATH STATION) (PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO. XX) TRAFFIC ORDER 2016 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Bexley propose to make the above mentioned Traffic Order 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 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the above mentioned Amendment Orders, would be to amend the Bexley (Bexleyheath Station) (Parking Places) Traffic Order 2015, to: (a) remove part of the existing residents permit parking bay outside of Nos. 1 and 3 Harding Road. The part of the resident’s permit parking bay which operates between 10am and 12noon Monday to Friday that is removed is proposed to be replaced by the controlled parking zone restriction of no waiting, Monday-Friday 10am-12noon, denoted by a single yellow line (b) remove the existing resident’s permit parking bay outside Nos 37 and 39 Harding Road. This resident’s permit parking bay which operates Monday-Friday 10am-12noon is proposed to be replaced by the controlled parking zone restriction of no waiting, Monday-Friday 10am-12noon, denoted by a single yellow line, and (c) to change both the ‘free’ parking bays in Harding Road to residents and visitor permit parking bays which operate Monday- Friday 10am-12noon. 3. Copies of the proposed Orders, the corresponding Parent Orders (and any Orders that have amended those Orders), the Council’s statement of reasons for proposing to make the Orders, and maps which indicates the length of roads to which the Orders relate, can be inspected during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive, at the Contact Centre, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning Bruce Woodhams on 020 3045 5921. 5. Any person desiring to object to the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their objections and the grounds thereof, to the London Borough of Bexley, Public Realm Management, Traffic Services, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT within 21 days of the date of this Notice. 6. Persons objecting to the proposed Order should be aware that this Council would be legally obliged to make any comment received in response to this Notice, open to public inspection. Dated 30th November 2016 G Ward, Deputy Director of Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services (Services and Programmes) ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY THE BROMLEY (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) ORDER 2003 (AMENDMENT NO. ***) ORDER 2016 THE BROMLEY (CONTROLLED PARKING) (ON STREET PLACES) ORDER 2004 (AMENDMENT NO. **) ORDER 2016 (VARIOUS LOCATIONS) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Bromley proposes to make the above-mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) and all other enabling powers. The effect of the Orders would be to:- (a) introduce/extend/remove waiting restrictions as specified in the Schedule to this notice; (b) introduce free parking places as specified in the Schedule to this notice; (c) remove two Pay & Display/Permit bays in Copers Cope Road, Beckenham adjacent to Urquhart Court, Park Road and replace with ‘At Any Time’ waiting restrictions. Details of prohibitions and exemptions for certain vehicles and persons are contained in the original Orders. A copy of the proposed orders, of the plans of the schemes and of the Council’s statement of reasons for proposing to make the Orders can be inspected during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays at the Bromley Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley, Kent. ANY person wishing to object to the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Executive Director of Environment and Community Services, Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley, BR1 3UH, quoting reference ADE(TP)/RP/T100/642 not later than 21st December 2016. Persons objecting to the proposed orders should be aware that under the provisions of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, any comments received in response to this Notice may be open to public inspection. SCHEDULE:- WAITING RESTRICTIONS No Waiting At Any Time:- BOURNE VALE, Hayes, the north west side, from the southern flank wall of No. 75 northwards to the party wall of Nos. 77 & 79. CHIPPERFIELD ROAD, St. Paul’s Cray, the west side, from a point 18m south of the southern kerbline of Mickleham Road northwards to a point 2m south of a point opposite the southern kerbline of Cotmandene Crescent. COMMONSIDE, Keston, the east side, from the southern kerbline of Stour Close southwards for a distance of 7m. COPERS COPE ROAD, Beckenham, (a) the north and east sides, (i) from a point 13m south east of the south eastern kerbline of Lawn Road north westwards to a point 4m south of the northern boundary of Copers Grange; (ii) from a point 28m south of the southern kerbline of Park Road northwards to a point opposite the southern boundary of No. 85; (b) the south and west side, from a point 8m north west of the north western kerbline of Sellindge Close north westwards to a point 2m south east of the northern boundary of Knewleave House. CRANMORE ROAD, Chislehurst, both sides, from the south western kerbline of White Horse Hill south westwards for a distance of 12m. GREYS PARK CLOSE, Keston, both sides, from the north eastern kerbline of Heathfield Road north eastwards for a distance of 15m. HARLEYFORD, Bromley, both sides, from a point 9m east of the eastern flank wall of No. 9 Upper Park Road westwards to its extremity. HAWES LANE, West Wickham, the north east side, from a point 8m north west of the north western kerbline of Phoenix Close south eastwards to a point 11m south east of the south eastern kerbline of Phoenix Close. HAWKWOOD LANE, Chislehurst, the north west side, from a point 10m north east of the north eastern kerbline of Morley Road south westwards to a point 21m south west of the south western kerbline of Morley Road. HEATHFIELD ROAD, Keston, the north east side, from a point 10m north west of the north western kerbline of Greys Park Close south eastwards to a point 6m south east of the south eastern kerbline of Greys Park Close. MICKLEHAM ROAD, St. Paul’s Cray, the south side, from the western kerbline of Chipperfield Road westwards for a distance of 11m. MOUNTHURST ROAD, Hayes, the north side, from a point 6m west of the western kerbline of Pembury Close eastwards to a point 15m east of the eastern kerbline of Pembury Close. OAKLANDS ROAD, Bromley, (a) the south east side, from a point 6.5m south west of the eastern flank wall of Flats 4-6, Bromley Court south westwards for a distance of 12.5m; (b) the north west side, from the common boundary of Linden Court and Sedgwick Court south westwards for a distance of 5m. PEMBURY CLOSE, Hayes, (a) the west side, from the northern kerbline of Mounthurst Road northwards for a distance of 13m; (b) the east side, from the northern kerbline of Mounthurst Road northwards for a distance of 19m. PHOENIX CLOSE, West Wickham, both sides, from the north eastern kerbline of Hawes Lane north eastwards for a distance of 12m. REED AVENUE, Orpington, (a) the north west side, from the north eastern kerbline of Tile Farm Road north eastwards for a distance of 8m; (b) both sides, from the south eastern kerbline of Willersley Avenue south eastwards for a distance of 15m. SANDY BURY, Orpington, the north west side, from the south western kerbline of Tile Farm Road south westwards for a distance of 13m. TILE FARM ROAD, Orpington, (a) the north east side, from the common boundary of Nos. 10 & 12 south eastwards to a point 20m south east of the south eastern kerbline of Reed Avenue; (b) the south west side, from the common boundary of Nos. 9 & 13 south eastwards to the common boundary of Nos. 3 & 5. TREVOR CLOSE, Hayes, both sides, from the north western kerbline of Bourne Vale westwards for a distance of 12m. WHITE HORSE HILL, Chislehurst, the south west side, from the party wall of Nos. 165 & 167 north westwards to the party wall of Nos. 169 & 171. WILLERSLEY AVENUE, Orpington, the south east side, from a point 9m south west of the south western kerbline of Reed Avenue north eastwards to a point 11m north east of the north eastern kerbline of Reed Avenue. No Waiting between 8am and 10am on Mondays to Fridays inclusive:- MERTON GARDENS, Petts Wood, the sides fronting Nos. 1 to 36, from a point 10m south west of the south western kerbline of Crest View Drive clockwise to a point 10m north east of the north eastern kerbline of Crest View Drive. No Waiting between 8am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive:- MERTON GARDENS, Petts Wood, surrounding the island site opposite Nos. 1 to 36. WAITING RESTRICTIONS – REMOVALS No Waiting At Any Time:- WARING CLOSE, Orpington, both sides, from a point 3m west of the common boundary of Nos. 5 & 7 westwards for a distance of 4m. FREE PARKING PLACES MERTON GARDENS, Petts Wood, the sides fronting Nos. 1 to 36, from a point 10m south west of the south western kerbline of Crest View Drive clockwise to a point 13m north east of the north eastern kerbline of Crest View Drive (approx. 20 parking spaces). OAKLANDS ROAD, Bromley, the south east side, from a point 6.5m south west of the eastern flank wall of Flats 4-6, Bromley Court north eastwards for a distance of 10m (2 parking spaces). Nigel Davies, Executive Director of Environment and Community Services Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley BR1 3UH ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE CROYDON COUNCIL PROPOSED PUBLIC REALM IMPROVEMENTS – SOUTH NORWOOD PROPOSED RELOCATION, REMOVAL AND AMENDMENT OF EXISTING PARKING AND LOADING BAYS – APSLEY ROAD, INGATESTONE ROAD, PORTLAND ROAD PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF WAITING RESTRICTIONS – APSLEY ROAD, HOLLAND ROAD, INGATESTONE ROAD, PORTLAND ROAD, STANGER ROAD THE CROYDON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (NO.A47) TRAFFIC ORDER, 20— THE CROYDON (SOUTH NORWOOD) (PARKING PLACES) (NO.A48) TRAFFIC ORDER 20— THE CROYDON (GOODS VEHICLES) (FREE PARKING PLACES) (NO.A49) ORDER 20— THE CROYDON (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO.A50) TRAFFIC ORDER 20— 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Croydon Council, proposes to make the above Traffic Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the Orders would be to: (a) amend waiting restrictions as detailed in Schedule 1 to this Notice; (b) relocate, remove and amend pay and display parking bays, loading bays and disabled bays, as detailed in Schedule 2 to this Notice. Parking bays in Portland Road would be inset into the footway and the changes would result in the loss of one pay and display parking space in Portland Road. There would also be a loss of four shared use (pay and display/permit) bays in Apsley Road (two bays) and Ingatestone Road (two bays) due to extensions of waiting restrictions. 3. A copy of the proposed Orders and all related documents can be inspected until the last day of a period of six weeks beginning with the date on which the Orders were made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Orders, between 9am and 4pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive at the Enquiry Counter, “Access Croydon” Facility, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon CR0 1EA. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning the Regeneration Team, Place Department, Croydon Council on 020 8726 7100, Ext 47127. 5. Persons desiring to object to the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Order Making Section, Place Department, Croydon Council, Place Department Highway Improvement Parking Design Team 6th Floor Zone C Bernard Weatherill House 8 Mint Walk Croydon CR0 1EA or email parking.design@croydon.gov.uk quoting the reference PD/CH/A47 to A50 by 21 December 2016. 6. The Orders are intended to amend waiting restrictions, relocate, remove and amend parking and loading bays. These measures are intended to make improvements to the public realm in South Norwood. Dated this 30 November 2016 Mike Barton Highway Improvement Manager Place Department SCHEDULE 1 (Proposed double yellow line “at any time” waiting restrictions) Portland Road – Double yellow lines would be introduced on both sides of Portland Road, outside of the proposed parking bays, between a point 2.50 metres north-west of the north-western kerb- line of Stanger Road and a point 11.00 metres south-west of the south-eastern kerb-line of Holland Road. Apsley Road – Double yellow lines on the north-west side of Apsley Road at its junction with Portland Road would be extended by 8.00 metres (with the loss of two pay and display/permit parking bays). Holland Road - Double yellow lines would be introduced on both sides of the road at its junction with Portland Road for a distance of 9.00 metres south-westward on the south-east side and 24.00 metres south-westward on the north-west side. Ingatestone Road - Double yellow lines would be introduced on both sides of the road at its junction with Portland Road for a distance of 6.50 metres north-eastward on the south-east side and 16.50 metres north-eastward on the north-west side (with the loss of two pay and display/permit parking bays). Stanger Road – Double yellow lines would be introduced on both sides of the road at its junction with Portland Road for a distance of 7.00 metres south-westward on the north-west side and 9.50 metres south-westward on the south-east side. SCHEDULE 2 (Parking, loading and disabled bay changes) Pay and display parking bays outside Nos. 149 to 151 Portland Road would be relocated to the opposite side of the road outside Nos. 2 to 12 Market Parade, Portland Road and Nos. 124 and 126 Portland Road. A bus stop would be located outside Nos. 147 to 157 Portland Road. The bus stop outside Nos. 169 to 177 Portland Road would be replaced with pay and display parking bays. The loading bay outside Nos. 6 to 8 Market Parade, Portland Road would be relocated outside Nos. 4 to 5 Market Parade, Portland Road and reduced in size by 0.70 metres. The disabled parking bay outside No. 153 Portland Road would be relocated to the opposite side of the road outside No. 120 Portland Road. Two shared use (permit/pay and display) bays on the north-west side of Apsley Road near its junction with Portland Road would be removed and replaced by double yellow lines. Two shared use (permit/pay and display) bays on the north-west side of Ingatestone Road near its junction with Portland Road would be removed and replaced by double yellow lines. CROYDON COUNCIL PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF A CONTROLLED OFF-STREET CAR PARK IN DUPPAS HILL LANE THE CROYDON (OFF STREET PARKING PLACES) (NO.A53) TRAFFIC ORDER 2016 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Croydon Council propose to make Traffic Order under Sections 32, 35, 124 of, and Parts I to IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 as amended and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the Order would be: (a) to designate an area of land located within Duppas Hill Lane ‘at any time’ off street parking place; (b) to provide that the regulations governing the use of Off Street Parking Places now apply to the areas mentioned in (a) above; (c) to specify that — (i) Passenger vehicles (with 8 seats or less) may be left in the parking bays provided; (ii) all vehicles left in the parking bays must display a valid resident permit or resident visitors permit; (iii) Disabled Persons badge holders’ vehicles and motor cycles may use the parking places provided a valid resident permit or resident visitors permit is displayed on that vehicle; (d) resident permits and resident visitors’ permits would be issued only to bona-fide tenants of dwellings located within the above road. The cost of such permits would be £27.00 per annum for the first residents permit, £42.00 per annum for the second residents permit and £50.00 per annum for a visitor permit or on a Ringo cashless parking arrangement costing £2.40 per day for visitors; 3. Copies of the proposed Order and all related documents can be inspected until the last day of a period of six weeks beginning with the date on which the Order was made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Order, during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive at the Enquiry Counter, “Access Croydon” Facility, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning Parking Design, Croydon Council on 020 8726 7100. 5. Persons desiring to object to the proposed Order should send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Order Making Section, 6th Floor, Zone C, Bernard Wetherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA or email Parking.Design@croydon.gov.uk quoting the reference PD/PT/A53 by 21 December 2016. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE 6. The proposed Order is intended to formally designate an area of land situated within Duppas Hill Lane as an Off Street Parking Place to create increased control by applying regulations to govern the use of the Parking Place and provide parking facilities for residents and residents visitors in locations where commuter parking causes congestion. This proposal would be to create adequate parking spaces for residents in Duppas Hill Lane. Dated 30 November 2016 Mike Barton Highway Improvement Manager Place Department ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH THE GREENWICH (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. 127) ORDER 2016 THE GREENWICH (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (NO. 176) TRAFFIC ORDER 2016 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Royal Borough of Greenwich on 21st November 2016 made the above-mentioned Orders under section 6 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. The Orders will come into operation on 30th November 2016. 2. The general effect of the waiting and loading restriction Order will be to provide double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions in the lengths of street specified in the Schedule to this Notice. 3. The general effect of the Prescribed Routes Order will be to: (a) provide a contra-flow cycle lane on the east side of Denham Street, throughout its length; (b) impose a one-way traffic system for all vehicles, except pedal cycles proceeding in the cycle lane referred to in sub-paragraph (a) above, in Denham Street, in a northerly direction, towards Tunnel Avenue; and (c) impose a one-way traffic system for all vehicles, except pedal cycles in Halstow Road, between Woolwich Road and Chevening Road, in a southerly direction, towards Chevening Road. (Note - the one-way systems referred to above currently apply to all vehicles, including pedal cycles). 4. Further information about the proposed Orders may be obtained by telephoning Strategic Transportation on 020 8921 5455. 5. The Orders and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders are available for inspection during normal office hours until the end of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, at the Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise and Skills, Strategic Transportation, Royal Borough of Greenwich, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ. 6. If any person wishes to question the validity of the Orders or of any of the provisions contained therein on the grounds that they are not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that any requirement of that Act or of any instrument made under that Act has not been complied with, that person may, within six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, apply for that purpose to the High Court. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 30th November 2016 SCHEDULE Denham Street (1) west side: (i) for 11.7 metres south of Tunnel Avenue; and (ii) for 11 metres north of Woolwich Road; and (2) east side, for 1.5 metres south-west of Tunnel Avenue; Tunnel Avenue, south-west side, for 10 metres either side of Denham Street; and Woolwich Road, north-west side, for 10 metres either side of Denham Street. ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 THE GREENWICH (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) (NO. • ) TRAFFIC ORDER 201• 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Royal Borough of Greenwich (hereinafter referred to as “the Council”) proposes to make the above-mentioned Order under section 6 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. 2. The general effect of the Order would be to provide traffic controls on days on which sporting and entertainment events are held at “the Valley” football stadium, as follows: (a) between 2 hours before the event start time and up to one hour after the event finish time, throughout Floyd Road and Harvey Gardens to: (i) ban waiting by vehicles; and (ii) provide a one-way system in an easterly direction; (b) between the event finish time and up to one hour after the event finish time, to prevent vehicles from entering: (i) Charlton Church Lane, between Woolwich Road and Wellington Gardens; and (ii) Delafield Road, between the access road to Charlton Railway Station and Charlton Church Lane. The exact times that the restrictions would start and finish would be as determined on the event day by the person in charge of the controls but they would not start sooner or finish later than the times stated above. 3. A copy of the proposed Order and other documents, including a map, giving more detailed particulars of the Order are available for inspection during normal office hours until the end of six weeks from the date on which the Order is made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Order, at the Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise and Skills, Strategic Transportation, Royal Borough of Greenwich, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ. 4. Further information may be obtained by telephoning Strategic Transportation on 020 8921 5584. 5. Any person who wishes to object to or make other representations about the proposed Order should send a statement in writing, specifying the grounds on which any objection is made, to the Royal Borough of Greenwich, PO Box 485, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX (quoting reference PCL/TMO/CC/ 1000003237), or by email to GreenwichTMOconsultations@projectcentre.co.uk to arrive by 21st December 2016. 6. Persons objecting to the proposed Order should be aware that in view of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, this Council would be legally obliged to make any comments received in response to this notice, open to public inspection. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 30th November 2016 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON THE HILLINGDON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1994(AMENDMENT NO. 479) ORDER THE HILLINGDON (PROHIBITION OF STOPPING OUTSIDE SCHOOLS) TRAFFIC ORDER 2014 (AMENDMENT NO. 6) ORDER THE HILLINGDON (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) (NO. 3) TRAFFIC ORDER 2016 Hillingdon Council gives notice that on 25th November 2016 it made these Orders which will introduce various parking controls and a 20mph speed limit throughout the new development St Andrews Park. Copies of the Orders which will come into operation on 5th December 2016 can be seen by appointment at the Civic Centre, Uxbridge during normal office hours, for six weeks following the date on which this notice is published. Copies of the Orders can be obtained from Resident Services Directorate, telephone number 01895 277006. Applications to the High Court challenging the legality of these Orders should be made within six weeks of the date on which these Orders were made. Dated this the 30th day of November 2016. Jean Palmer, Deputy Chief Executive & Corporate Director of Residents Services. LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON THE HILLINGDON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (CONSOLIDATION) (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2016 THE HILLINGDON (HILLINGDON HOSPITAL) (RESIDENTS ZONE HH) (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2016 Hillingdon Council gives notice that it intends to make these Orders, which will: ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE 1. Establish permit parking places (operational between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday) in which a vehicle may be left during the permitted hours if it displays a valid Zone HH permit in Ashwood Avenue, Beechwood Avenue and Royal Lane (section between the junctions of The Coppice and Violet Avenue). 2. Impose waiting restrictions in Ashwood Avenue, Beechwood Avenue and Royal Lane (section between the junctions of The Coppice and Violet Avenue operational between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. 3. Impose ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions at the following locations: i) At the junction of Colham Green Road and Beechwood Avenue, Hillingdon. ii) Along the northeast side of Colham Green Road, Hillingdon between the junction of Park View Road up to the bus stop opposite No.1 Elmcroft Terraces. iii) At the junction of Ashwood Avenue and Pinewood Avenue, Hillingdon 4. Relocate the permit holder parking place outside Nos. 76 to 82 Violet Avenue fully into the carriageway and extend it up to the double yellow lines near the junction with Rosemary Close. RESIDENTS PERMITS - £0 - 1st vehicle, all subsequent - £40 per annum. VISITORS VOUCHERS - First book of 10 per household per annum- free. £5 - per book of 10 thereafter. Copies of the proposed Orders together with full details, a plan and the Council’s statement of reasons for the proposals can be seen at Yiewsley Library and by appointment at, Civic Centre, Uxbridge during normal office hours until 21st December 2016. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Residents Services on 01895 277006. If you wish to comment on, or object to the proposals please write by 21st December 2016, stating grounds for objection and your home address to Transport & Projects, Residents Services, Civic Centre, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UW quoting reference 4W/ 06/7.25/KU. Dated this the 30th day of November 2016. Jean Palmer, Deputy Chief Executive & Corporate Director of Residents Services. LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON THE HILLINGDON (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) (ICKENHAM) (RESIDENTS) ZONES IC & IC2 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2016 Hillingdon Council gives notice that it intends to make this Order, which proposes to introduce a school parking permit within part of the Ickenham Parking Management Scheme Zone IC2. The proposed introduction of a school parking permits will allow a limited number of parents/guardians of children that attend Glebe Primary School to park within the existing Zone IC2 parking places in Burnham Avenue, Glebe Avenue, Glebe Close and Milverton Drive, Ickenham for the following periods of the day ‘9:00 to 9:30am’, ‘11:30am to 12:00pm’, ‘12:15 to 12:45pm’ and ‘3:00 to 4:00pm’. SCHOOL PARKING PERMITS - £20 per academic year or £13.50 for starting from the spring term, January, to the end of the academic year in July. A copy of the proposed Order together with full details and the Council’s statement of reasons for the proposals can be seen at Ickenham Library and by appointment at, Civic Centre, Uxbridge during normal office hours until 21st December 2016. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Residents Services on 01895 277006. If you wish to comment on, or object to the proposals please write by 21st December 2016, stating grounds for objection and your home address to Transport & Projects, Residents Services, Civic Centre, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UW quoting reference 4W/06/KU/7.27. Dated this the 30th day of November 2016. Jean Palmer, Deputy Chief Executive & Corporate Director of Residents Services. LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON THE HILLINGDON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (CONSOLIDATION) (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2016 THE HILLINGDON (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2016 THE HILLINGDON (EASTCOTE)(ZONES E AND E2) (RESIDENTS ON STREET PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2003(AMENDMENT) ORDER 2016 Hillingdon Council gives notice that it intends to make these Orders, which will: 1. Install ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions outside Nos. 17 to 24 Tayfield Close, Ickenham. 2. Convert existing ‘Monday to Friday 9.30am to 10.30am and 3.30pm to 4.30pm’ waiting restrictions outside Nos. 2 to 3 Tayfield Close, Ickenham to ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions. 3. Install sections of ‘Monday to Friday 9.30am to 10.30am and 3.30pm to 4.30pm’ waiting restrictions outside Nos. 4 & 5 and Nos. 14 to 16 Tayfield Close, Ickenham. 4. Install Blue Badge holder disabled parking bays at the following locations: i) Outside No. 10 Skipton Drive, Hayes. ii) Outside No. 52 New Peachey Lane, Uxbridge. iii) Outside No. 73 Mulberry Crescent, West Drayton. iv) Outside No. 72 Money Lane, West Drayton. 5. Remove the redundant disabled parking bay outside No. 12 Keith Road, Hayes and replace with ‘Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm’ waiting restrictions. 6. Propose the following amendments to the previously advertised extension to the Eastcote Parking Management Scheme Zone E in The Chase, Eastcote: i) Install a new parking place outside No. 2a The Chase. ii) Reduce the length of the previously proposed parking place outside No. 31 The Chase and replace with ‘Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm’ waiting restrictions to accommodate a new vehicle crossing. iii) Install sections of double yellow lines in the part of The Chase which leads to Bridle Road. Copies of the proposed Orders together with full details, a plan and the Council’s statement of reasons for the proposals can be seen at Botwell Green, Eastcote, Harlington, Ickenham, West Drayton and Yiewsley libraries and by appointment at, Civic Centre, Uxbridge during normal office hours until 21st December 2016. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Residents Services on 01895 277006. If you wish to comment on, or object to the proposals please write by 21st December 2016, stating grounds for objection and your home address to Transport & Projects, Residents Services, Civic Centre, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UW quoting reference 4W/ 06/30/11/16. Dated this the 30th day of November 2016. Jean Palmer, Deputy Chief Executive & Corporate Director of Residents Services. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM FOREST GATE NORTH CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE NORTH) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (ANY CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE PERMIT) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE NORTH) (DISABLED RESIDENT PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 1, 2011) (NO. 25) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (CAR CLUBS) (NO. 1, 2007) (AMENDMENT NO. 4) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (ELECTRIC VEHICLES) (NO. 1, 2014) (AMENDMENT NO. 1) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. 92) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE) (PARKING PLACES) (SPECIAL PARKING AREA (NO. 1, 2002) (AMENDMENT NO. 11) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE) (DISABLED RESIDENT PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2010) (AMENDMENT NO. 6) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE) (SHARED USE PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2014) (AMENDMENT NO. 2) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FOREST GATE) (FREE PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2014) (AMENDMENT NO. 2) ORDER 2016 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Newham on 28 November 2016 made the above- mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49, 51 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended. 2. The general effect of the Orders will be to introduce the Forest Gate North Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) comprising the streets and lengths of streets specified in the Schedule to this Notice. The provisions in the new CPZ include: • permit holder only parking places operating from 8am to 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive. • Parking for permit holders only in Anna Neagle Close, Blackwater Close, Bronte Close, Brownlow Road, Brooking Road (part), Carrington Gardens, Clare Gardens, Eider Close, Eric Road, Forest Side, Fowler Road, Grebe Close, Norfolk Street (part), Suffolk Street and Vera Lynn Close during the operational hours without any specific marked out parking places on the carriageway. • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short stay parking) in which vehicles without a permit may be left between 8am and 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive: (i) for a maximum period of 30 minutes (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £1 in lengths of Dames Road, Dean Street, Field Road, Godwin Road, Odessa Road, Sebert Road, Station Road E7 and Waterloo Road E7. Vehicles displaying a permit may be left in these parking places without time limit; (ii) for a maximum period of 2 hours (no return within 1 hour), at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour and £3 for up to 2 hours, in lengths of Avenue Road, Bignold Road, Cemetery Road, Chestnut Avenue, Clinton Road, Cranmer Road, Forest Street, Godwin Road, Horace Road, Ingestre Road, Knighton Road, Latimer Road, Leonard Road, Lorne Road, Macdonald Road, Magpie Close, Odessa Road, Sebert Road, Station Road E7, Stracey Road, Strode Road, Sidney Road, Talbot Road E7, Tylney Road and Wellington Road E7. Vehicles displaying a permit may be left in these parking places without time limit; and (iii) for a maximum period of 4 hours (no return within an hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour, £3 for up to 2 hours and £4 for up to 4 hours, in lengths of Bective Road, Capel Road, Clinton Road, Cemetery Road, Magpie Close, Odessa Road and Sidney Road. Vehicles displaying a permit may be left in these parking places without time limit; (iv) payment of the on street parking charge will be by means of the Council’s cashless payment system by making an approved credit/ debit card payment by mobile phone or via the internet. • Any Newham CPZ permit parking places in which vehicles displaying resident or business permits issued for use in any London Borough of Newham CPZ may be left without charge between 8am and 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive for a maximum period of 20 minutes (no return within 1 hour) in lengths of Avenue Road, Capel Road, Cemetery Road, Chestnut Avenue, Clinton Road, Cranmer Road, Forest Road, Horace Road, Knighton Road, Leonard Road, Lorne Road, Magpie Close, Talbot Road E7 and Woodford Road. • Disabled resident parking places, operating at any time, for use by disabled badge holders who meet the current criteria for provision of disabled persons’ parking places and display a disabled resident permit. • Car club parking places, operating at any time, for use by car club permit holders only in Avenue Road, Capel Road, Cemetery Road, Field Road, Godwin Road and Horace Road. • Electric vehicle charging bays, operating at any time, for use by electric vehicles only in Clinton Road. • Waiting restrictions operating from 8am to 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive or ‘at any time’. • Transfer of the following roads and lengths of roads from the existing Forest Gate CPZ operating from 9am to 5pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive to the new Forest Gate North CPZ operating from 8am to 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive: Brooking Road, between its junctions with Woodgrange Road and Whitehall Place, Chestnut Avenue, between its junctions with Woodford Road and Avenue Road, Curwen Avenue, Sebert Road, between its junctions with Woodgrange Road and Avenue Road, Woodford Road, between its junctions with Woodgrange Road and Curwen Avenue and Woodgrange Road, between its junctions with Forest Lane and Woodford Road. Disabled resident parking places in these roads will also be transferred but will continue to operate ‘at any time’. • Existing ‘shared use’ parking places within Forest Gate CPZ (permit holders and 30 minutes free parking) in Curwen Avenue and Woodford Road and 2 hour short stay free parking places in Brooking Road will also be transferred to Forest Gate North CPZ and become shared use (permit holders and charged short stay) parking places operating from 8am to 6.30pm on Mondays to Saturdays inclusive. • Residents and businesses whose main address falls within the streets and lengths of streets in the Schedule to this Notice would be eligible to apply for permits. Former residents of the Forest Gate CPZ will also be required to apply for permits to park in the newly created zone. 3. The annual fees for a resident parking permit will be free for the first vehicle in a household, £100 for the second vehicle and £200 for a third vehicle or more. The fees for business permits will be £175 for 3 months, £350 for 6 months and £600 for a year. Disabled resident parking permits will be issued free. Residents’ visitor permits, carers’ permits and school visitors’ permits will also be available. 4. Copies of the Orders, which will come into force on 5 December 2016, and documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders are available for inspection during normal office hours on Monday to Friday inclusive at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road E16 2QU for a period of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made. 5. If any person wishes to question the validity of any of the Orders or of any of their provisions on the grounds that it or they are not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any requirement of the Act or any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, apply for the purpose to the High Court. Dated 30 November 2016 John Biden Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic) SCHEDULE STREETS AND LENGTHS OF STREETS INCLUDED IN THE FOREST GATE NORTH CPZ Anna Neagle Close, Avenue Road, Barwick Road, Bective Road, Bignold Road, Blackwater Close, Brooking Road (including the properties on the length of carriageway known as Moore Walk), Bronte Close, Brownlow Road, Capel Road (between its junctions with Woodford Road and Ridley Road), Carrington Gardens, Cemetery Road, Chestnut Avenue, Clare Gardens, Clinton Road, Cormorant Road, Cranmer Road, Curwen Avenue, Dames Road (between its junctions with Woodford Road and Vansittart Road), Dean Street, Dimond Close, Eider Close, Eric Road, Essex Street, Field Road (between its junctions with Forest Lane and Vansittart Road), Forest Lane (between its junctions with St. James’s Road and Woodgrange Road), Forest Road, Forest Side, Forest Street, Fowler Road (south of its junction with Vansittart Road), Godwin Road, Grebe Close, Horace Road, Ingestre Road, Knighton Road, Kuhn Way, Latimer Road, Leonard Road, Lorne Road, MacDonald Road, Magpie Close, Norfolk Street, Odessa Road (between its junctions with Forest Lane and Vansittart Road), Ridley Road, Sebert Road, Sidney Road, Station Road E7, Stracey Road, Strode Road, Suffolk Street, Talbot ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Road E7, Tower Hamlets Road, Tylney Road, Vera Lynn Close, Waterloo Road E7, Wellington Road E7, Whitehall Place, Wooder Gardens, Woodford Road (between its junction with Woodgrange Road and the northern boundary of No. 113 Woodford Road) and Woodgrange Road (between its junctions with Forest Lane and Woodford Road) in the London Borough of Newham. LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM EXTENSION OF MANOR PARK CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE NEWHAM (MANOR PARK) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2014) (AMENDMENT NO. 7) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (MANOR PARK) (DISABLED RESIDENT PARKING PLACES) (NO. 1, 2015) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 1, 2011) (AMENDMENT NO. 24) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. 91) ORDER 2016 THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (CAR CLUBS) (NO. 1, 2007) (AMENDMENT NO. 3) ORDER 2016 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Newham on 28 November 2016 made the above- mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49, 51 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. 2. The general effect of the Orders will be to extend the parking controls operating from 9am to 5pm on Monday to Friday inclusive in the Manor Park Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) into a further length of Capel Road from its junction with Gladding Road to its junction with Ridley Road and into The Chase. 3. The new restrictions introduce: • parking for permit holders only in The Chase during the operational hours without any specific marked out parking places on the carriageway; • permit holder only parking places on the south side of Capel Road, between its junctions with The Chase and Ridley Road, during the operational hours; • ’shared use’ parking places in which vehicles displaying a valid permit may park without time limit and where vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours: (i) for a maximum period of 2 hours (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour and £3 for up to 2 hours in Capel Road, on the south side, between its junctions with Gladding Road and The Chase; and (ii) for a maximum period of 4 hours (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour, £3 for up to 2 hours and £4 for up to 4 hours in Capel Road, on the north side, between its junctions with Gladding Road and Ridley Road and on the south side, approximately outside Nos. 167 to 178 Capel Road; (iii) payment of the on street parking charge will be by means of the Council’s cashless payment system by making an approved credit/ debit card payment by mobile phone or via the internet; • a car club parking place, operating at any time in Capel Road, west of Gladding Road, for use by car club permit holders only; • disabled resident parking places, operating at any time, in Capel Road for use by disabled badge holders living in the Manor Park CPZ who meet the current criteria for provision of disabled persons’ parking places and display a disabled resident permit; and • new waiting restrictions operating from 9am to 5pm on Monday to Friday inclusive or ‘at any time’. 4. Residents and businesses whose main address falls within the length of Capel Road referred to in paragraph 2 above and in The Chase will be eligible for permits The annual fees for a resident parking permit will be free for the first vehicle in a household, £100 for the second vehicle and £200 for a third vehicle or more. The fees for business permits will be £175 for 3 months, £350 for 6 months and £600 for a year. Disabled resident parking permits will be issued free. Residents’ visitor permits, carers’ permits and school visitors’ permits will also be available. 5. Copies of the Orders, which will come into force on 5 December 2016, and documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders are available for inspection during normal office hours on Monday to Friday inclusive at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road E16 2QU for a period of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made. 6. If any person wishes to question the validity of any of the Orders or of any of their provisions on the grounds that it or they are not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or that any requirement of the Act or any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, apply for the purpose to the High Court. Dated 30 November 2016. John Biden Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic) LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM THE NEWHAM (BARKING ROAD E16) (FREE PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2016 BARKING ROAD, CANNING TOWN E16 - SHORT- STAY PARKING BAYS 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Newham on 28 November 2016 made the above mentioned Order under Section 6 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. 2. The effect of the Order will be to continue in force indefinitely the provisions of the Newham (Barking Road E16) (Free Parking Places) Experimental Traffic Order 2015 which came into force on 15 June 2015. 3. The above experimental Order introduced a free parking place (for approximately 8 vehicles) in which vehicles may be parked free of charge between 8am and 6.30pm on Mondays to Saturdays for a maximum period of one hour, with return to that parking place within a period of two hours prohibited, in Barking Road E16, the north-west side, from a point 2.2 metres north-east of the common boundary of Nos. 135 and 137 Barking Road E16 to a point 0.9 metre south-west of the common boundary of Nos. 155 and 157 Barking Road E16 and suspended the free parking place and loading bay on the north-west side of Barking Road E16 (from a point opposite the party wall of Nos. 157 and 159 Barking Road E16 south-westward for a distance of 17.5 metres), imposed by the Newham (Free Parking Places) (No. 2) Order 2007, which was replaced by the new free parking place. 4. The Order, which will come into force on 5 December 2016, and documents giving more detailed particulars of the Order are available for inspection during normal office hours on Monday to Friday inclusive at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road E16 2QU for a period of six weeks from the date on which the Order was made. 5. If any person wishes to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it or they 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 on which the Order is made, apply for the purpose to the High Court. Dated 30 November 2016 John Biden Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic) WELSH GOVERNMENT THE A483 TRUNK ROAD (NEW ROAD & LLANFAIR ROAD, LLANDOVERY, CARMARTHENSHIRE) (PART-TIME 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 201— The Welsh Ministers propose to make an Order in exercise of their powers under section 84(1), (1A) and (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the Order will be to introduce a part-time 20 mph speed limit on a length of the A483 trunk road known as New Road and Llanfair Road, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire in order to reduce the speed of traffic near Ysgol Rhys Prichard. The length of the A483 trunk road that extends from a point 112 metres north-east of the centre-point of its junction with the A40 to a point 156 metres north-east of the centre-point of its junction with Cilycwm Road will be subject to the part-time speed limit. The 20 mph speed limit will only apply for limited periods of the day during school term time and is not expected to operate at weekends: at all other times the existing 30 mph speed limit will be in force. During a period of 21 days from 1 December 2016, a copy of the proposed Order, a plan and a Statement of Reasons for making the Order may be inspected, free of charge, during normal opening hours at Llandovery Post Office, 3 Market Square, Llandovery SA20 0AD or may be obtained free of charge from the address below quoting reference number qA1271916/1. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Objections, specifying the grounds on which they are made, must be sent in writing to Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ by 21 December 2016. Should you wish to object, support or make representations, we may need to consult with people and organisations outside of the Welsh Government. As part of the process of consulting with others we may pass information to them, including information you have given us and your personal data. We will, however, only disclose your personal details where it is necessary to do so to enable us to deal with issues you have brought to our attention. A copy of the Order and Notice can be viewed on the Welsh Government’s website at www.gov.wales (select: Legislation/ Subordinate Legislation/ Draft Legislation/ Draft Local Statutory Instruments/ Permanent Traffic Orders). A copy of this Notice in larger print can be obtained from Transport, Orders Branch, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ. M D Burnell Transport Welsh Government WELSH GOVERNMENT THE A4076 TRUNK ROAD (STEYNTON ROAD, MILFORD HAVEN, PEMBROKESHIRE) (PART-TIME 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 201— The Welsh Ministers propose to make an Order in exercise of their powers under section 84(1) and (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the Order will be to introduce a part-time 20 mph speed limit on a length of the A4076 trunk road known as Steynton Road, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire in order to reduce the speed of traffic near Milford Haven Comprehensive School. The length of the A4076 trunk road that extends from a point 35 metres north of the centre-point of its junction with Skomer Drive to a point 92 metres south-west of the centre-point of its junction with Mariners Way will be subject to the part-time speed limit. The 20 mph speed limit will only apply for limited periods of the day during school term time and is not expected to operate at weekends: at all other times the existing 30 mph speed limit will be in force. During a period of 21 days from 1 December 2016 a copy of the proposed Order, a plan and a Statement of Reasons for making the Order may be inspected, free of charge, during normal opening hours at Milford Haven Library & Information Centre, Cedar Court, Havens Head Business Park, Milford Haven SA73 3LS or may be obtained free of charge from the address below quoting reference number qA1269859/1. Objections, specifying the grounds on which they are made, must be sent in writing to Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ by 21 December 2016. Should you wish to object, support or make representations, we may need to consult with people and organisations outside of the Welsh Government. As part of the process of consulting with others we may pass information to them, including information you have given us and your personal data. We will, however, only disclose your personal details where it is necessary to do so to enable us to deal with issues you have brought to our attention. A copy of the Order and Notice can be viewed on the Welsh Government’s website at www.gov.wales (select: Legislation/ Subordinate Legislation/ Draft Legislation/ Draft Local Statutory Instruments/ Permanent Traffic Orders). A copy of this Notice in larger print can be obtained from Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ. M D Burnell Transport Welsh Government OTHER NOTICES OTHER NOTICES 2655997No: CR-2016-003595 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE CHANCERY DIVISION IN THE COMPANIES COURT AND IN BANKRUPTCY IN THE MATTER OF AN OFFICEHOLDER AND IN THE MATTER OF GOODENOUGH ASSOCIATES LIMITED AND OTHERS AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986 The Honourable Mr Justice Hildyard Date: 8th November 2016 B E T W E E N: (1) NEIL JOHN MATHER (2) ANDREW DAVID DICK Applicants and (1) MARK ROBERT FRY (2) KIRSTIE JANE PROVAN (3) IAN EDWARD WALKER (4) GARY PAUL SHANKLAND (5) NEIL FRANK VINNICOMBE (6) VIVIAN MURRAY BAIRSTOW (7) NIGEL GEOFFREY ATKINSON (8) DAVID RUBIN (9) ASHER MILLER Respondents ORDER UPON the Applicants’ application by their notice dated 27 June 2016 IT IS ORDERED 1. The County Court proceedings listed in Schedule F (Bankruptcies) to this Order be transferred to the High Court for the purpose only of this application and forthwith after the making of this Order be transferred back to the County Court 2. In respect of each Members’ Voluntary Liquidation listed in Schedule A (Members’ Voluntary Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 108 of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 3. In respect of each Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation listed in Part I of Schedule B (Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 108 of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 4. In respect of each Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation listed in Part II of Schedule B (Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 108 of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as liquidator b. Mr Mark Robert Fry and Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint liquidators and have the power to act jointly and severally so that all functions may be exercised by any or all of them 5. In respect of each Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation listed in Part III of Schedule B (Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 108 of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint liquidator b. Mr Simon Haskew be appointed as joint liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 6. In respect of each Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation listed in Part IV of Schedule B (Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 108 of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Each of Mr Neil John Mather and Mr Andrew David Dick be removed as joint liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen and Mr Mark Robert Fry be appointed as joint liquidators on the same terms as Mr Mather and Mr Dick respectively previously acted 7. In respect of each Compulsory Liquidation listed in Part I of Schedule C (Compulsory Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to sections 168(3) and 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 8. In respect of each Compulsory Liquidation listed in Part II of Schedule C (Compulsory Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to section 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986, Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint liquidator 9. In respect of each Provisional Liquidation listed in Part I of Schedule D (Provisional Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to sections 135 and 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 and Rules 4.31(1) and 4.31(2) of the Insolvency Rules 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint provisional liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint provisional liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 10. In respect of each Provisional Liquidation listed in Part II of Schedule D (Provisional Liquidations) to this Order, pursuant to sections 135 and 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 and Rules 4.31(1) and 4.31(2) of the Insolvency Rules 1986: a. Mr Neil John Mather and Mr Andrew David Dick be each removed as joint provisional liquidator b. Mr Irvin Cohen and Mr Mark Robert Fry be each appointed as joint provisional liquidator on the same terms as Mr Mather and Mr Dick respectively previously acted 11. In respect of each Administration listed in Schedule E (Administrations) to this Order, pursuant to paragraphs 63 and 88 of Schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986. a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint administrator b. Mr Irvin Cohen be appointed as joint administrator on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 12. In respect of each Bankruptcy listed in Schedule F to this Order (Bankruptcies), pursuant to section 298 of the Insolvency Act 1986: OTHER NOTICES a. Mr Neil John Mather be removed as joint trustee in bankruptcy b. Ms Julie Palmer be appointed as joint trustee in bankruptcy on the same terms as Mr Mather previously acted 13. The period to be covered by progress reports to creditors and the dates by which those reports need to be sent to creditors and filed with the registrar of companies (if applicable) shall not be altered by virtue of the making of this order or the replacement of the Applicants pursuant to this order; and this provision shall override any requirement in the Insolvency Rules 1986 that would otherwise require a report to be made to creditors or would otherwise alter the period to be covered by progress reports or the dates by which those reports need to be sent to creditors and companies house, on the termination, commencement of replacement of an office holders appointment, including those set out in rules 4.49B(5), 4.49C-CVL(3) and 6.78A(4) of the Insolvency Rules 1986. 14. Pursuant to section 174(5) of the Insolvency Act 1986 and paragraph 98(2)(c) of schedule B1 thereto: a. Mr Neil John Mather be released from liability in respect of acts and omission of his in: i. the provisional liquidations listed in Schedule D (Provisional Liquidations) to this Order; and ii. the administration of Priest & Co Ltd; b. Mr Andrew David Dick be released from liability in respect of acts and omission of his in the provisional liquidations in Part II of Schedule D (Provisional Liquidations) to this Order, with effect from the date falling 28 days of the notice referred to in paragraph 16 below. 15. Each creditor of any of the persons listed in the Schedules to this Order has permission to apply to vary or discharge this Order (insofar as it relates to a person of whom they are a creditor) within 28 days of the notice referred to in paragraph 16 below. 16. The Applicant must give notice of this Order to the creditors of the persons listed in the Schedules to this Order within 28 days of this Order by means of an advertisement in the London Gazette. 17. The costs of and incidental to this Application which may be recharged as costs of the procedures set out in each of the Schedules to this Order are fixed at £7,587.70. These costs shall: a. subject to (b) below, be borne in equal shares between the each of the procedures set out in each of the Schedules to this Order, as expenses of the relevant officeholders in that procedure; and b. if the costs which fall to be borne by any estate of any natural or incorporated person subject to the procedures listed in the Schedules to this Order would exceed 10 per cent. of the readily realisable assets of that estate: i. such estate will bear an amount equal to that sum; and ii. the costs payable by the other estates shall be determined pursuant to the following formula: A + B / (C – D) Where: A = the aggregate cost divided by the number of procedures set out in the Schedules to this order B = the aggregated difference between A and 10 per cent. of the readily realisable assets in the case of each estate C = the number of estates where the costs do not exceed 10 per cent. of the readily realisable assets D = the number of estates where the costs exceed 10 per cent. of the readily realisable assets 18. This Order shall be served by the Applicants on each of the Respondents. Service of this Order The Court has provided ten sealed copies of this Order to the serving party’s solicitors: Ince & Co LLP, Aldgate Tower, Leman Street, London E1 8QN (Ref: LS/6694) Schedule A – Members’ Voluntary Liquidations Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number Goodenough Associates Limited 04822219 Joint liquidator 21/04/2010 Mr Nigel Geoffrey Atkinson, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Tekxel Limited 02439691 Joint liquidator 18/12/2015 Mr Gary Paul Shankland, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Schedule B – Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidations Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number PART I Amberfield School Educational Trust Limited 00731980 Joint liquidator 07/06/2014 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 9314 of 2011 Betex Group plc 05450662 Joint liquidator 27/11/2015 Mr Gary Paul Shankland, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Dawson and Gibbons Limited 00585995 Joint liquidator 20/12/2011 Mr Gary Paul Shankland, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 1311 of 2011 Fieldcrown Construction Limited 03576391 Joint liquidator 04/06/2013 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 4849 of 2012 Fieldcrown Special Works Limited 04120979 Joint liquidator 04/06/2013 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 4850 of 2012 Heraldend Limited 01337912 Joint liquidator 11/05/2015 Mr Gary Paul Shankland, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Imagine Furnishings Limited 05362737 Joint liquidator 08/06/2010 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 10689 of 2008 Kraken Sport & Media Public Limited Company (Gibraltar) Joint liquidator 02/06/2010 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 14974 of 2009 Kraken Sport & Media UK Limited 05333482 Joint liquidator 08/06/2010 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 14973 of 2009 Matrix-Securities Limited 02083169 Joint liquidator 02/07/2013 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 8189 of 2012 OTHER NOTICES Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number Matrix Alternative Asset Management LLP OC304959 Joint liquidator 10/12/2012 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Matrix Corporate Capital LLP OC319462 Joint liquidator 07/01/2013 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Matrix Group Limited 03309770 Joint liquidator 02/07/2013 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 8188 of 2012 Matrix Money Management Limited 03641363 Joint liquidator 03/12/2012 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Tallygenicom Limited 00820842 Joint liquidator 05/02/2010 Mr Nigel Geoffrey Atkinson, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 10639 of 2009 PART II Hextall Erskine Services Limited 03067392 Liquidator 22/04/2010 Mr Neil John Mather High Court 13312 of 2009 Hextalls LLP OC311837 Liquidator 19/11/2009 Mr Neil John Mather High Court 13083 of 2009 PART III DPS (Bristol) Limited 05170898 Joint liquidator 28/08/2015 Mr Neil Frank Vinnicombe, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 5987 of 2014 PART IV Euclidian Group Plc 03917054 Joint liquidator 11/03/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Euclidian Underwriting Ltd 03194454 Joint liquidator 24/03/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather N/A N/A Schedule C – Compulsory Liquidations Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number PART I ZBV (Winfrith) Limited 06314893 Joint liquidator 25/09/2014 Mr Vivian Murray Bairstow, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 4805 of 2014 PART II Gizmondo Europe Limited 04620348 Joint liquidator 02/02/2006 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr David Rubin, Mr Asher Miller, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 454 of 2006 Schedule D – Provisional Liquidations Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number PART I ACAL Underwriting Limited 05273956 Joint provisional liquidator 31/07/2012 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 6091 of 2012 Kite Dedicated Limited 04011388 Joint provisional liquidator 28/05/2012 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 503 of 2012 PART II Euclidian (No. 1) Limited 02980495 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2526 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 2) Limited 02980502 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2527 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 3) Limited 02980509 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2530 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 4) Limited 02980517 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2529 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 5) Limited 02980526 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2531 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 6) Limited 02864232 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2532 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 7) Limited 04366829 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2533 of 2005 OTHER NOTICES Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number Euclidian (No. 8) Limited 04366831 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2534 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 9) Limited 04897309 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2535 of 2005 Euclidian (No. 10) Limited 04897338 Joint provisional liquidator 20/04/2005 Mr Andrew David Dick, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 2536 of 2005 Schedule E – Administrations Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number JG Eaglescliffe Holdings Limited 05736693 Joint administrator 07/09/2010 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 7199 of 2010 JG Eaglescliffe Investments Limited 04785053 Joint administrator 07/08/2010 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 6968 of 2010 Metropex Group Ltd 04922538 Joint administrator 05/12/2013 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 8191 of 2013 Millburn Insurance Company Limited 00416596 Joint administrator 09/12/2013 Mr Mark Robert Fry, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 8499 of 2013 Priest & Co Ltd 01682825 Joint administrator 13/05/2014 Ms Kirstie Jane Provan, Mr Neil John Mather High Court 3161 of 2014 Schedule F – Bankruptcies Name Number Appointment type Date of entry into procedure Appointee(s) prior to this Order Court Court number Bernard James McDade N/A Joint trustee 13/03/2013 Mr Ian Edward Walker, Mr Neil John Mather Torquay & Newton Abbot County Court 271 of 2012 2655994COMPANY 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. COMPLETION OF CROSS-BORDER MERGER Notice is hereby given that an order was received by me confirming the completion of a cross-border merger under Directive 2005/56/EC. Details are as follows: Date of receipt of order: 24th November 2016 Effective date of order: 13th December 2016 Merging companies: 1- Hyundai Logistics (UK) Holdings Ltd - 08506037 (England & Wales) 2- Hyundai Logistics (Germany) GmbH – HRB 98159 (Germany) New company: 3 – Hyundai Logistics (UK) Holdings Ltd - 08506037 (England & Wales) Tim Moss Registrar of Companies for England and Wales Corporate insolvency NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS

21 Jun 2016

HYUNDAI LOGISTICS (UK) HOLDINGS LTD Unit 5 Nexus Close, Off Central Way, North Feltham Trading Estate Feltham Middlesex TW14 0AF A private company with limited liability subject to English Law Registered number 08506037 Registered in England and Wales, at Companies House, Crown Way, Cardiff, CF14 3UZ, United Kingdom. Information relating to Hyundai Logistics (UK) Holdings Ltd is available from Companies House, Cardiff, CF14 3UZ Regulation 10 of The Companies (Cross-Border Mergers) Regulations 2007 requires copies of the draft terms of merger, the directors’ report and (if there is one) the independent expert’s report to be kept available for inspection. Tim Moss Registrar of Companies for England and Wales PRE-EMPTION OFFERS TO SHAREHOLDERS Corporate insolvency NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS LOMBARD RISK MANAGEMENT PLC (Registered in England No. 03224870) OPEN OFFER OF UP TO 8,729,464 NEW ORDINARY SHARES OF 0.5 PENCE EACH AT 8.75 PENCE PER SHARE ON THE BASIS OF 1 OPEN OFFER SHARE FOR EVERY 35 EXISTING ORDINARY SHARES. Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 562(3) of the Companies Act 2006, to persons on the register at the close of business on 16 June 2016 (the “Record Date”) as holders of ordinary shares of 0.5 pence each (“Ordinary Shares”) in Lombard Risk Management PLC (the “Company”) who have no registered address in an EEA State and who have not supplied an address in an EEA State to the Company for the service of notices on them (each a “Relevant Shareholders”). This notice is given in connection with the offer by way of open offer entitlements (the “Open Offer”) of up to 8,729,464 new Ordinary Shares (the “Open Offer Shares”) at a price of 8.75 pence per Open Offer Share payable in cash, on the basis of 1 Open Offer Share for every 35 Ordinary Shares held by the Company’s shareholders on the register at the Record Date. Open Offer Shares representing fractional entitlements which would otherwise arise will not be issued but will be made available under the Excess Application Facility (as defined in the Circular (as defined below)) and, where necessary, entitlements to Open Offer Shares will be rounded down to the nearest whole number (or to zero in the case of shareholders holding fewer than 35 Ordinary Shares at the close of business on the Record Date). The Open Offer is conditional upon the matters set out in the Circular (so far as not already satisfied or waived). The Open Offer Shares will be issued free of all liens, charges and encumbrances and will when issued and fully paid, rank pari passu in all respects with the Existing Ordinary Shares (as defined in the Circular), including the right to receive all dividends and other distributions declared, made or paid after the date of their issue. The following documents (being copies of documents despatched to holders of Ordinary Shares (other than Relevant Shareholders)) issued in connection with, and constituting, the Open Offer may be inspected or (subject as provided below) obtained, on personal application by or on behalf of a Relevant Shareholder, from Computershare Investor Services pic. The Pavillions, Bridgwater Road, Bristol BS13 8AE during usual business hours on any weekday (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays excepted) from the date hereof to 11:00am on 5 July 2016: (a) a circular to Shareholders issued in connection with the Open Offer and addressed to holders of Ordinary Shares dated 17 June 2016 (the “Circular”); and (b) an application form (the “Application Form”) (whether or not the Relevant Shareholder holds Ordinary Shares in certificated form) in respect of the Open Offer Shares, provided that an Application Form may only be obtained on the production of evidence of entitlement. In addition, if for any reason a Relevant Shareholder has received an original application form despatched on 17 June 2016, the Application Form may only be obtained if the original so despatched is first surrendered to Computershare Investor Services pic at the above address. The Open Offer is conditional upon the matters set out in the Circular. Relevant Shareholders’ attention is drawn to section 7 of Part IV of the Circular relating to overseas shareholders and their ability to accept Open Offer Shares pursuant to the Open Offer. Registered Office: 7th Floor 60 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V OHR By Order of the Board 16 June 2016

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Kyung Kim
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