Haddon Road Area, Worsley

Notice of order
Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 - Section 53
City of Salford Council
City of Salford (Haddon Road Area, Worsley) Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order No. 1 2019

Notice is hereby given that the above referenced order has been submitted to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for determination. An inspector will be appointed by the Secretary of State to determine the order.

The start date for the above order is 11 May 2021.

Consideration of the order will take the form of exchanges of statements of case and comments on statements of case.

The effect of the order, if confirmed without modifications, will be to modify:

The Definitive Map and Statement for Salford by adding to them the following footpath – Definitive Map Footpath No. 156 Worsley (A-B) – Commencing on the west side of Haddon Road (Point A, Grid Ref: 376417 400568) and continuing in a generally north westerly direction, adjacent to the boundary of no 2 Haddon Road, for a distance of approximately 49.5 metres to its junction with Chatsworth Road (Point B, Grid Ref: 376377 400583).

The width of the footpath varies along its length between 1.8 metres and 15 metres. At Point A1 the width is 15 metres; the width reduces over the following 12.2 metres (approximately) to 1.8 metres at Point A2; between Point A2 and Point A3 the width is 1.8 metres, from Point A3 the width increases to 8 metres at Point A4.

Any queries relating to this order should be referred to Matthew Williams at:

The Planning Inspectorate
Rights of Way Section
Room 3/A Eagle Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Temple Quay
Bristol
BS1 6PN

Telephone: 0303 444 5452

Email: matthew.williams@planninginspectorate.gov.uk

Please quote reference number ROW/3249317 on all correspondence.

Any person wishing to view the statements of case and other documents relating to this order are available for public inspection at Salford Civic Centre, Chorley Road, Swinton, M27 5DA between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. The map may also be viewed below.

Contact representing City of Salford Council: Mr Robin Carr

Telephone: 01623 835 798

Email: robin.carr1@btinternet.com

Timetable for sending in statements of case and comments

Within 2 weeks of the start date, by 25 May 2021

The Order Making Authority must ensure their statement of case is received by the Secretary of State. As soon as possible after the deadline, the Secretary of State will send a copy (excluding copies of any supporting documents - these will be available to view at the Authority’s offices) to everyone who has made an objection or representation, the applicant and any other person who has written to us in respect of the order.

Within 8 weeks of the start date, by 6 July 2021

Everyone who has made an objection or representation or any other written representation or any other person wishing to make representations in writing must ensure their statement of case is received by the Secretary of State. As soon as possible after the deadline, the Secretary of State will send full copies to the Authority. Copies (excluding copies of any supporting documents - these will be available to view at the Authority’s offices) will also be sent to the applicant, every person who has made an objection or representation and any other person who has written to us in respect of the order.

Within the same period the applicant (if applicable) must ensure their statement of case is received by the Secretary of State. As soon as possible after the deadline, Secretary of State will send a full copy to the Authority. Copies will also be sent to everyone who has made an objection or representation and any other person who has written to us in respect of the order (excluding copies of any supporting documents - these will be available to view at the Authority’s offices).

Within 14 weeks of the start date, by 17 August 2021

Everyone who has made an objection or representation, the Authority, the applicant (if applicable) and anyone who has written to us in respect of the order must ensure that their comments on any or every other statement of case is received by the Secretary of State. As soon as possible after the deadline, the Secretary of State will send copies of these comments to everyone else.

In fairness to the other parties everyone should keep to the timetable to ensure that statements of case and comments are received on time. Late documents will be returned.

We cannot accept any inflammatory, discriminatory or abusive comments. Any documents containing such comments will be returned.

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