WEST SWINDON: A new 'no waiting at any time' order is now in place along Westmead Driver between Mead Way and the entrance to Pagoda Park.

Plus, the 40mph speed limit along Mead Way (B4006/B4534) has been revoked and replaced with a 30mph one.

WANBOROUGH: A new 'no waiting at any time' has been added to the south side of Church Road, along with a bus stop clearway where stopping is prohibited except for buses.

The above orders came into force on November 29 2021. A copy of the documents for the orders may be inspected online at www.swindon.gov.uk/trafficregulationorders

If you wish to question the validity of the orders, or of any provision contained therein on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or on the grounds that any requirements of that act or of any instrument made thereunder has not been complied with in relation to the orders, you may, within six weeks from November 24 2021 apply to the High Court for this purpose.

For further information, email TrafficManager@swindon.gov.uk

HIGHWORTH: A traffic order (reference STR000294) is being introduced on the A361 Lechlade Road for health and safety reasons.

This is in relation to works being carried out on-site and will prohibit vehicles from travelling at speeds of more than 30mph on the road to and from Blackworth Roundabout towards Inglesham, as indicated by signs.

The order came into force on Wednesday and will last for 18 months.

BLUNSDON: Two traffic orders (reference STR000228 and STR000230) are being introduced in relation to Thames Water trunk water main works.

They will prohibit pedestrians from proceeding on the Public Right of Way footpath 1 Blunsdon between B4019 and Kingsdown Lane as well as the PROW footpath 6 Blunsdon between High Street and B4019.

The order will come into force on December 12 and last for six months.

For further information regarding the above three orders, contact 01703 403040 quoting the relevant reference.

STRATTON: Today's Enterprise Ltd applied to Swindon Borough Council for a premises licence for the Londis on Beechcroft Road.

The application wants to allow the sale by retail of alcohol (off sales) between 6am and 11pm every day.

The full application may be inspected at the Offices of the Licensing Auth­ority, Swindon Borough Council,Wat Tyler West Floor £ Beckhampton Street, Swindon, SNI 2JH between 9am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

Responsible author­ities, and/or other persons (e.g. people/ businesses living or working within the vicinity), can make representations at any time until December 15.

All representations must be made in writing [including e mail or fax], to the Licensing Manager, at the above address or by email to licensing@swindon.gov.uk

It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, for which a person is liable on summary conviction is an unlimited fine.

SWINDON: Under Section 65 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, Swindon Borough Council has a duty to consult with representatives of non-domestic ratepayers about its expenditure.

Non-domestic ratepayers include not only industrial and commercial undertakings, but also certain educational and/or health care institutions and non-profit making organisations.

If you wish to make representation to the council on this matter, please submit your comments and views in writing to the council's Senior Committee Clerk, Civic Offices, Euclid Street. SN1 2JH or by email to committeeservices@swindon.gov.uk

Responses should be received at the Civic Offices by Tuesday January 4 2022.

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