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16 December 2017
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Date for Riverside footpath public inquiry revealed PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 September 2016 10:01

riverside park behind schoolStarts Tuesday, Feb 7 The date for the public local inquiry to consider notice of an order to close and divert the footpath behind Bitterne Park Primary School has been revealed.

 

riverside park behind school

It's scheduled to start on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at Southampton Civic Centre.

The ‘Order Making Authority’ – Southampton City Council – has to send in its “statements of case and proofs of evidence” by October 28, and these will be made available in due course to anyone who’s made a representation.

By December 9 those who have made an objection or representation, those applying for the order to shut the footpath, and anyone wishing to give evidence at the inquiry have to have sent their information to the secretary of state. This is then circulated to interested parties.

You can see the full timetable, and information about how to view documents relating to the case, here.

path behind school riverside summer 2016

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+1 #1 Me, Here, Now 2016-09-16 22:42
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