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Diversions

Any ongoing diversions orders in the North Northamptonshire area affecting roads and paths will be included here.

Notice Of A Diversion Order Town And County Planning Act 1990 (Tcpa 1990), Section 257 And Paragraph 1 Of Schedule 14. Dated 14 April 2022

This Order is made by North Northamptonshire Council (the Council) in exercise of its powers under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 and any other enabling powers because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the highway to which this Order relates to enable development to be carried out in accordance with planning permissions granted by Corby Borough Council (now the Council) under Part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 15/00138/OUT: New residential development comprising up to 530 dwellings, a local centre (to include uses within Use Classes C3, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1 & D1), a primary school / community facility site, informal open space, multi-use games area, playing fields, revised access and car parking at Great Oakley Community Hall, together with the landscaping, pedestrian/cycle and vehicular routes including access onto Lewin Road, diversion of footpath UB30 and other infrastructure and associated works.

By this order:

  • The highway over the land shown by a bold black line on the attached Order plan (Plan) and described in Part 1 of the Schedule to this Order shall be diverted as provided in Article 2 below.
  • There shall be created to the reasonable satisfaction of the Council an alternative highway for use as a replacement for the said highway as provided in Part 2 of the Schedule to this Order and shown by a broken black line on the Plan.
  • Where immediately before the date of this Order any apparatus of statutory undertakers lies under, in, on, over, along or across any length of highway authorised to be stopped up pursuant to this Order then, subject to section 261(4) of the TCPA 1990, those undertakers shall have the same rights in relation to that apparatus after the area is stopped up as they had immediately before.
  • This Order shall come into force on the date on which the Council certify that the terms of Article 2 above have been complied with.

Notice Of A Diversion Order Town And County Planning Act 1990 (Tcpa 1990), Section 257 And Paragraph 1 Of Schedule 14. Dated 7 April 2022

This Order is made by North Northamptonshire Council (the Council) in exercise of its powers under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 and any other enabling powers because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the highway to which this Order relates to enable development to be carried out in accordance with planning permissions granted by Corby Borough Council (now the Council) under Part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 15/00138/OUT: New residential development comprising up to 530 dwellings, a local centre (to include uses within Use Classes C3, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1 & D1), a primary school/community facility site, informal open space, multi-use games area, playing fields, revised access and car parking at Great Oakley Community Hall, together with the landscaping, pedestrian/cycle and vehicular routes including access onto Lewin Road, diversion of footpath UB30 and other infrastructure and associated works.

By this order:

  1. The highway over the land shown by a bold black line on the attached Order plan (Plan) and described in Part 1 of the Schedule to this Order shall be diverted as provided in Article 2 below.
  2. There shall be created to the reasonable satisfaction of the Council an alternative highway for use as a replacement for the said highway as provided in Part 2 of the Schedule to this Order and shown by a broken black line on the Plan.
  3. Where immediately before the date of this Order any apparatus of statutory undertakers lies under, in, on, over, along or across any length of highway authorised to be stopped up pursuant to this Order then, subject to section 261(4) of the TCPA 1990, those undertakers shall have the same rights in relation to that apparatus after the area is stopped up as they had immediately before.
  4. This Order shall come into force on the date on which the Council certify that the terms of Article 2 above have been complied with.

Notice Of A Diversion Order Town And County Planning Act 1990 (Tcpa 1990), Section 257 And Paragraph 1 Of Schedule 14. Dated 14 April 2022

North Northamptonshire Council gives notice that on the 14th April 2022 it made an Order under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the footpath to which the Order relates to enable development to be carried out in accordance with planning permissions granted by Corby Borough Council (now the Council) under Part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 15/00138/OUT: New residential development comprising up to 530 dwellings, a local centre (to include uses within Use Classes C3, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1 & D1), a primary school/community facility site, informal open space, multi-use games area, playing fields, revised access and car parking at Great Oakley Community Hall, together with the landscaping, pedestrian/cycle and vehicular routes including access onto Lewin Road, diversion of footpath UB30 and other infrastructure and associated works.

If this order is confirmed:

  1. The highway known as UB30 (part) at Church Drive, Great Oakley, Corby and shown by a bold black line on the Order plan (Plan) runs from point A on the Plan (NGR SP 8719, 8578) in an east north easterly direction for approximately 142 metres to point B (NGR SP 8733, 8581) where it then continues in an east south easterly direction for approximately 34 metres to point C (NGR SP 8736, 8580). From here it runs in a south easterly direction for 218 metres to point D (NGR SP 8752, 8566) where it proceeds in an east south easterly direction for 161 metres to point E (NGR SP 8768, 8564). It then proceeds in an east north easterly direction for 110 metres to point F (NGR SP 8768, 8568) turning slightly and continuing in an easterly direction for 20 metres to point G (NGR SP 8780, 8568). It then moves in an east north easterly direction for 52 metres terminating at point H (NGR SP 8785, 8570).     
  2. The alternative highway to be created starts at point I on the Plan (NGR SP 8719, 8572) and moves in an east south easterly direction for approximately 186 metres to point J (NGR SP 8737, 8566). It then moves in an easterly direction for 225 metres where it meets the current path at point K (NGR SP 8759, 8565) on the Plan. It then moves in a north easterly direction for approximately 90 metres to point L (NGR SP 8766, 8570). Finally it proceeds in an east south easterly direction for 126 metres terminating at point F (NGR SP 8778, 8568). The alternative highway is shown by a broken black line on the Plan and has a width of 2 metres.
  3. A copy of the Order may be viewed at the Offices of North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by downloading it, free of charge, from the Council’s website at www.northnorthants.gov.uk.
  4. Any representations or objections to the Order must be made in writing and sent no later than the 19th May 2022 to Sarah Coles, North Northamptonshire Legal Services, North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by email to [email protected] Please state the grounds on which the objection is made.
  5. If no such representations or objections are duly made or if any so made are withdrawn, North Northamptonshire Council may itself confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If any such objections or representations are not withdrawn they will be sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs with the Order, for confirmation.

Notice Of A Diversion Order Town And County Planning Act 1990 (Tcpa 1990), Section 257 And Paragraph 1 Of Schedule 14. Dated 7 April 2022

North Northamptonshire Council gives notice that on the 9th March 2022 it made an Order under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the footpath to which the Order relates to enable development to be carried out in accordance with planning permissions granted by Corby Borough Council (now the Council) under Part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 15/00138/OUT: New residential development comprising up to 530 dwellings, a local centre (to include uses within Use Classes C3, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1 & D1), a primary school/community facility site, informal open space, multi-use games area, playing fields, revised access and car parking at Great Oakley Community Hall, together with the landscaping, pedestrian/cycle and vehicular routes including access onto Lewin Road, diversion of footpath UB30 and other infrastructure and associated works.

If this order is confirmed

  1. The highway known as UB30 (part) at Church Lane in the Parish of Great Oakley, Corby and shown by a bold black line on the Order plan (Plan) runs from point A on the Plan (NGR SP 8719, 8578) in an east north easterly direction for approximately 142 metres to point B (NGR SP 8733, 8581) where it then continues in an east south easterly direction for approximately 34 metres to point C (NGR SP 8736, 8580). From here it runs in a south easterly direction for 218 metres to point D (NGR SP 8752, 8566) where it proceeds in an east south easterly direction for 161 metres to point E (NGR SP 8768, 8564). It then proceeds in an east north easterly direction for 110 metres to point F (NGR SP 8768, 8568) turning slightly and continuing in an easterly direction for 20 metres to point G (NGR SP 8780, 8568). It then moves in an east north easterly direction for 52 metres terminating at point H (NGR SP 8785, 8570).
  2. The alternative highway to be created starts at point I on the Plan (NGR SP 8719, 8572) and moves in an east south easterly direction for approximately 186 metres to point J (NGR SP 8737, 8566). It then moves in an easterly direction for 225 metres where it meets the current path at point K (NGR SP 8759, 8565) on the Plan. It then moves in a north easterly direction for approximately 90 metres to point L (NGR SP 8766, 8570). Finally it proceeds in an east south easterly direction for 126 metres terminating at point F (NGR SP 8778, 8568). The alternative highway is shown by a broken black line on the Plan and has a width of 2 metres.
  3. A copy of the Order may be viewed at the Offices of North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by downloading it, free of charge.
  4.  Any representations or objections to the Order must be made in writing and sent no later than the 6th May 2022 to Sarah Coles, North Northamptonshire Legal Services, North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by email to [email protected] Please state the grounds on which the objection is made.
  5. If no such representations or objections are duly made or if any so made are withdrawn, North Northamptonshire Council may itself confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If any such objections or representations are not withdrawn they will be sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs with the Order, for confirmation.

Notice of a Diversion Order: Town and County Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990), Section 257 and Paragraph 1 of Schedule 14. Dated: 24 February 2022

This Order is made by North Northamptonshire Council (the Council) in exercise of its powers under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 and any other enabling powers, because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the footpaths to which this Order relate to enable development to be carried out in accordance with the planning permission granted by East Northamptonshire District Council (now the Council) granted under part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 19/01219/OUT:  development of a mixed use urban extension including; residential development of up to 3,500 dwellings, up to 1,000m2 of A1-A5, D1 & D2 use classes within 2 local centres, up to 1,000m2 of D1/D2 (community building/changing rooms uses), two primary schools (D1), a 0.5 hectare reserve site in Zone 3 for flexible land use (education or informal open space), green infrastructure (formal and informal open space), wildlife corridors, landscaping, allotments/orchards and play areas, primary street, pedestrian and cycle network including diversions to existing PROW’s, connections to the surrounding highway, sustainable urban drainage network, utilities and transport infrastructure and necessary groundworks, demolition and extension to local wildlife sites.

By this order:

  1. The footpath MS6(part) over the land shown by a bold blue line on the attached Order plan (the Plan) and described in Part 1 of the Schedule to this Order shall be stopped up.
  2. The footpaths MS1(part) and HF10(part) over the land shown by a bold black line on the attached Plan and described in Part 2 of the Schedule to this Order shall be diverted as provided in Article 3 below.
  3. There shall be created to the reasonable satisfaction of the Council alternative highways for use as replacements for the said footpaths described in Article 2 above as provided in Part 3 of the Schedule to this Order and shown by a broken black line on the Plan.
  4. Where immediately before the date of this Order any apparatus of statutory undertakers lies under, in, on, over, along or across any length of highway authorised to be stopped up pursuant to this Order then, subject to section 261(4) of the TCPA 1990, those undertakers shall have the same rights in relation to that apparatus after the area is stopped up as they had immediately before.
  5. This Order shall come into force on the date on which the Council certify that the terms of Article 3 above have been complied with.

Notice of a Diversion Order: Town and County Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990), Section 257 and Paragraph 1 of Schedule 14. Dated: 24 February 2022

North Northamptonshire Council (the Council) gives notice that on the 24 February 2022 it made an Order under section 257 of the TCPA 1990 because it is satisfied that it is necessary to divert the footpaths to which the Order relates to enable the development to be carried out in accordance with the planning permission granted by East Northamptonshire District Council (now the Council) granted under part III of the TCPA 1990, namely 19/01219/OUT: development of a mixed used urban extension including; residential development of up to 3,500 dwellings, up to 1,000m2 of A1-A5, D1 & D2 uses classes within 2 local centres, up to 1,000m2 of D1/D2 (community building/changing rooms uses), two primary schools (D1), a 0.5 hectare reserve site in Zone 3 for flexible land use (education or informal open space), green infrastructure (formal and informal open space), wildlife corridors, landscaping, allotments/orchards and play areas, primary street, pedestrian and cycle network including diversions to existing PROW’s, connections to the surrounding highway, sustainable urban drainage network, utilities and transport infrastructure and necessary groundworks, demolition and extension to local wildlife sites.

If this order is confirmed:

  1. The footpath MS6 (part) over the land shown by a bold blue line on the attached Order plan (the Plan) which runs from point C on the Plan (NGR SP 9265, 9183) in a south south east direction for approximately 133 metres to point B (NGR SP 9269, 9171) shall be stopped up. The footpath MS1(part) which runs from point D on the Plan (NGR SP 9262, 9195) in an east north east direction for approximately 1063 metres to point E (NGR SP 9363, 9229) shall be diverted from point A on the Plan (NGR SP 9233, 9148) moving in a north north westerly direction for 111 metres to point F on the Plan (NGR SP 9229, 9158) where it then continues in a north easterly direction for approximately 457 metres to point C on the Plan. The footpath HF10 (part) which runs from point A on the Plan in an east north easterly direction for approximately 513 metres to point B shall be diverted from point C moving in an easterly direction to point G (NGR SP 9296, 9184) where it then moves in a more east north east direction for approximately 83 metres to point H (NGR SP 9303, 9187). It then moves in an easterly direction for 109 metres to point I (NGR SP 9314, 9187) when it then moves in a more east north easterly direction to point J (NGR SP 9358, 9206). It then moves in a north north easterly direction for 248 metres where it terminates at point E on the Plan. The alternative routes are shown by a broken black line on the Plan and have a width of 2 metres).
  2. A copy of the Order may be viewed at the Offices of North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by downloading it below.
  3. Any representations or objections to the Order must be made in writing and sent no later than the 17th April 2022 to Sarah Coles, North Northamptonshire Legal Services, North Northamptonshire Council, Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX or by email to [email protected]. Please state the grounds on which the objection is made.
  4. If no such representations or objections are duly made or if any so made are withdrawn, North Northamptonshire Council may itself confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If any such objections or representations are not withdrawn they will be sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs with the Order, for confirmation.

Notice of confirmation of a diversion order: Town and county planning act 1990 (tcpa 1990), section 257 and paragraph 1 of schedule 14. Dated: 17 March 2022
  1. North Northamptonshire Council (“the Council”) gives notice that it has confirmed the above Order without modification.
  2. The footpath being GF8 at Hanwood Park Kettering shown by a broken red line on the Order plan (Plan), running from point A (NGR SP 9003, 7728) in a south easterly direction to point B (NGR SP 9005, 7725) where it turns to run in a more south easterly direction to point C (NGR SP 9011, 7723) where it turns and proceeds in a north easterly direction to point D (NGR SP 9019, 7729). It then runs in a more easterly direction to point E (NGR SP 9025, 7731) where it continues in a north easterly direction, terminating at point F (NGR SP 9048, 7740); shall be diverted from point F (NGR SP 9048, 7740) on the Plan in a south westerly direction to point E on the Plan (NGR SP 9025, 7731) where it turns to run in a more easterly direction to point D on the Plan (NGR SP 9019, 7729) turning the to run in a south westerly direction to point G (NGR SP 9013, 7725) where it bends to run in a northerly direction to point H on the Plan (NGR SP 9005, 7729). It then turns sharply to run in a westerly direction terminating at point A (NGR SP 9003, 7728). The alternative path is shown by a solid green line on the Plan. A boardwalk will be erected over the watercourse at point X on the Plan. The alternative path and boardwalk will be created to the reasonable satisfaction of the Council.
  3. A copy of the confirmed Order and Plan may be inspected free of charge at the Council Offices at Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX.
  4. The Order comes into force on a date when North Northamptonshire Council have certified that the terms of Articles 2 and 3 of the Order have been complied with.
  5. Any person aggrieved by the Order and wishing to question its validity, or any provision contained in the Order, on the ground that it is not within the powers of the TCPA 1990 or that any procedural requirement of the TCPA 1990 or any regulation made under the TCPA 1990 has not been complied with in relation to the confirmation of the Order may within six weeks from the date of this notice apply to the High Court under section 287 of the TCPA 1990.

Notice of confirmation of a diversion order: Town and county planning act 1990 (tcpa 1990), section 257 and paragraph 1 of schedule 14. Dated: 17 February 2022
  1. North Northamptonshire Council (“the Council”) gives notice that it has confirmed the above Order without modification
  2. The existing route TM13 is shown on the Plan by the thick solid purple line between the points marked B (NGR SP 8839 7420) and D (NGR SP 8842 7418) for a distance of 43m. This route shall be diverted from point B (NGR SP 8839 7420) at Kettering Road (A509) south of its junction with Fairfield Road and then continuing through the estate via point C (NGR SP 8842 7419) to point D (NGR SP 8842 7418) where it joins the existing TM13 footpath south east to Sorrel Close at 61m. The diverted route is shown by a broken purple line.
  3. The existing route TM16 is shown on the Plan by the thick solid red line between points B (NGR SP 8839 7420) and A (NGR SP 8850 7422) for a distance of 162m. This route shall be diverted from point A (NGR SP 8850 7422) in a generally W direction to point C (NRG SP 8842 7419).
  4. A copy of the confirmed Order and Plan may be inspected free of charge at the Council Offices at Swanspool House, Doddington Road, Wellingborough NN8 1BP and Municipal Offices, Bowling Green Road, Kettering NN15 7QX
  5. The Order comes into force with immediate effect.
  6. Any person aggrieved by the Order and wishing to question its validity, or any provision contained in the Order, on the ground that it is not within the powers of the TCPA 1990 or that any procedural requirement of the TCPA 1990 or any regulation made under the TCPA 1990 has not been complied with in relation to the confirmation of the Order may within six weeks from the date of this notice apply to the High Court under section 287 of the TCPA 1990.

 

Last updated 29 April 2022