HEREFORDSHIRE COUNCILNotice ID: WOR1330332
NOTICE OF MAKING
(A438, U90626 CHURCH ROAD, U90627
BAKERS LANE, U90628 THE COURTLANDS and
U90632 THE VINEYARDS, WINFORTON)
(30 MPH AND 40 MPH SPEED LIMIT)
Notice is hereby given that the County of Herefordshire District Council, known as Herefordshire Council, in exercise of its enabling powers under Section 84 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 has made the above named order the effect of which will extend the existing 30 mph and 40 mph speed limits to the western and eastern village gates respectively and also consolidate existing side roads that are currently 30 mph limits into the new Order by introducing the following restrictions; No person shall drive a motor vehicle at a speed exceeding 30 miles per hour along the following lengths of roads: A438 Winforton between a point 135 metres east of where the centre line of the U90625 Winforton Common Road intersects the centre line of the A438 and a point 258 metres west of where the centre line of the U90627 Bakers Lane intersects the centre line of the A438, U90626 (Church Road) Winforton for its entire adopted length, U90627 (Bakers Lane) Winforton for its entire adopted length, U90628 (The Courtlands) Winforton for its entire adopted length and U90632 (The Vineyards) Winforton for its entire adopted length AND No person shall drive a motor vehicle at a speed exceeding 40 miles per hour along the following length of road: A438 Winforton between a point 135 metres east of where the centre line of the U90625 Winforton Common Road intersects the centre line of the A438 for a distance of 331 metres in an easterly direction. This new speed limit Order required the revocation of the County of Hereford and Worcester (A438 U90626 U90627 U90628 and U90632 Winforton) (30 mph and 40 mph speed limit) Order 2012
The Order shall come into operation on 9" September 2019 and may be cited as Herefordshire Council (A438, U90626 CHURCH ROAD, U90627 BAKERS LANE, U90628 THE COURTLANDS and U90632 THE VINEYARDS, WINFORTON) (30 mph and 40 mph Speed Limit) Order 2019.
A copy of the Order, with plan, Statement of Reasons for Making and the 2012 Order to be revoked can be viewed on the Council's website at
in the Introduced Traffic Regulation Order section. They are also available for inspection during normal office hours at the Council Offices, Plough Lane, Hereford HR4 OLE and at The Kington Centre, 64 Bridge Street, Kington, Herefordshire. HR5 3DJ. Photocopies of the same may be provided on payment of photocopying charges at the Council.
General enquiries relating to the proposal should be referred to the Traffic Management Team by email to
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 the Order was made, apply for the purpose to the High Court.
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Acting Assistant Director Highways and Transport
Herefordshire \J Council