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  • kathleen robinson

    ROBINSON Kathleen March 26, 2007 Eight years have passed the pain is still there life without you is so hard to bear People may forget now that you're gone we will remember no matter how long Love husband Owen, daughter Marie, son Stephen, daughter-in-law Lindsey and granddaughter Darcey read more

  • audrey brough

    BROUGH Audrey March 26, 2014. Always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. Love Billy, Barbara, Joe, Kim, John, Kieran and Victoria. read more

  • Hannah KENNEDY

    Hannah Jayne KENNEDY Happy 9th birthday. Lots of love from Mammy, Daddy, Grandma & Granda xxxx read more

  • Pursuant to Section 27 of the Trustee Act 1925

    Pursuant to Section 27 of the Trustee Act 1925 read more


    (DURHAM CITY) (ROAD USER CHARGING SCHEME) ORDER 2014 The Council on 19/03/15 made an Order under Part III, Chapters I and III, Sections 163(3), 164(a) and 168(1) of the Transport Act 2000, The Road User Charging Schemes (Penalty Charges, Adjudication and Enforcement) (England) Regulations 2013 (SI 1783) ("the Acts") and of all other enabling powers, which comes into operation on 06/04/15 and introduces a road user charging scheme operated via vehicle number recognition imposing a £2 daily charge for motor vehicles using Durham City Peninsula via Market Place, Durham, Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm. Some exemptions will apply, as detailed in the sealed Order which is available for inspection during normal opening hours at Durham Clayport Library & County Hall, Durham and via the Council's website. Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by "the Acts", or on the grounds that any requirement ofthose Acts or ofany regulation made under it has not been complied with may, within 6 weeks from 26/03/15, apply to make an application for that purpose to the High Court. The Council intend in not less than 7 days from the date of this notice to make the following 2 Orders under Section 14 (1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, as amended. (UNCLASSIFIED ROAD 18.8, KNITSLEY LANE. ROWLEY NEAR CONSETT) (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) ORDER 2015 The effect will be to close to vehicular traffic a 550m length of Knitsley Lane that extends northwards from its junction with road C16 Longedge Lane, Rowley, Consett to enable road widening works. The maximum duration of the temporary closure under the Order is 18 months and is required from 13/04/15 and for the duration of the works, anticipated to be until 27/04/15. Alternative route: from the southern side of the closure from Longedge Lane generally easterly then turning generally northwards onto road C16a toward Delves onto Dykenook Lane then turning north westerly at the Old Mill onto road Unc 18.8 toward Knitsley to the northern side of the closure, and vice versa. (A167 PARK ROAD NORTH/PICKTREE LANE ROUNDABOUT, & A1(M) JUNCTION 63 BLIND LANE INTERCHANGE (INC A167, A693, A183 & C186 CLOSURES) CHESTER LE STREET) (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) ORDER 2015 The effect will be to temporarily close to all vehicular traffic the A167 Picktree Lane roundabout, Chester-le-Street, including: (1) A 388mlength of A167 (southbounddual carriageway) fromits junction with Blind Lane Interchange; (2) A 1100m length of A167 Park Road North (southbound dual carriageway) to its junction with Ropery Lane Roundabout; (3) A 1100m length of A167 Park Road North (northbound dual carriageway) from its junction with Roman Avenue; (4) A 388m length of A167 (northbound dual carriageway) to its junction with Blind Lane Interchange; (5) A 30m length of B6313 Picktree Lane to its junction with Hadrian Avenue; and (6) A 715m length of B6290 Park Road North to its junction with Northlands Roundabout to enable carriageway resurfacing works be undertaken to the circulatory carriageway of Junction 63 Blind Lane Interchange, it will also be necessary to temporarily close to vehicular traffic the following road junctions relative to the Blind Lane Interchange outer ring: Phase 1 - exit to C186 toward Picktree Village (and entry from A1(M) s/b exit slip 05-07/05/15 (3 nights); Phase 2 - entry from C186 (from Picktree Village area) & exit to A183 (toward Bournmoor) 08/05/15 (1 night); Phase 3 - entry from A183 (and exit onto A1(M) s/b entry slip) 09-10/05/15 (2 nights); Phase 4 - exit to A167 toward Chester-le-Street (and entry from A1(M) n/b exit slip) 11-13/05/15 (3 nights); Phase 5 - no closures 14-15/05/15 (2 nights); Phase 6 - entry from A167 & exit to A693 Blind Lane 16-17/05/15 (2 nights); Phase 7 - entry from A693 Blind Lane (& exit onto A1(M) n/b entry slip) 18-19/05/15 (2 nights); and Phase 8 - no closures 20-22/05/15 (3 nights). The Picktree Lane Roundabout closures are necessary to enable carriageway resurfacing works to be undertaken from Wednesday 15/04/15 and are anticipated to be operational between 7pm and 6am on the evenings of 15-17 & 22-24/04/15, and between 7am and 7pm on Sundays 19 & 26/04/15. Closures 3-6 (22-24/04/14) will be undertaken independently from closures 1-2 (15-17/04/15) to maintain directional traffic on A167 either southbound or northbound at any given time. Access will be maintained to properties on Park Road North to/from Northlands Roundabout during closures 3-6. The Sunday daytime closures (19 & 26/04/15) will be implemented for Closure 6 only between Picktree Roundabout and the junction with Broadway. The Blind Lane Interchange closures are anticipated to be effective from 8pm on Tuesday 05/05/15 and nightly between 8pm and 6am over a period of 2 weeks as per schedule above. Alternative routes during the Picktree Lane Roundabout closures will be available to vehicular traffic from : (A) The northern side of the closure in 1 & 2 from Junction 63 Blind Lane Interchange generally westerly along A693 via Blind Lane and continuing westerly through Stanley to Annfield Plain and turning southwards on A6076 toward Lanchester then south easterly along A691 to Sniperley Roundabout Durham and northwards on A167 toward Chester le Street to the southern side of the closure; (B) The southern side of the closure in 3-6 traffic will be directed the reverse of B. above; (C) Local diversions will be available during the consequential closures in 5 & 6 between Picktree Lane and Park Road North via Newcastle Road, and vice versa; and (D) During the independent Sunday closures in 6 a diversion will be available via A167 northwards to Blind Lane Interchange and westerly on A693 Blind Lane, and vice versa. Alternative routes will be available to vehicular traffic from Blind Lane Interchange junction during the phased closure of: C186 (Phases 1 & 2) - North westerly via A693, northerly on A167 North Road/Durham Road then north easterly on Vigo Lane to the junction with C186; A183 (Phases 2 & 3) - Southerly via A167 to Ropery Lane Roundabout then easterly along B1284 and north westerly on A1052 to A183 Bournmoor; A167 (Phases 4 & 6) - Westerly via A693 Blind Lane and south easterly via B6290 ParkRoad North to A167; A693 (Phases 6 & 7) - Southerly on A167 to Picktree Lane Roundabout then north westerly on B6290 Park Road North to Northlands Roundabout (A693); and vice versa. Additional diversions will be signed during the A1(M) entry/exit slip road closures by using A1(M) and turning at junctions 62 & 64. The maximum duration of the temporary closure under the Order is 18 months. However, on rare occasions, alternative dates for the above 2 closures may be necessary and these will be signed accordingly. Dated: 26 March 2015 Colette Longbottom Head of Legal & Democratic Services County Hall, Durham DH1 5UL read more

  • Town and Country Planning

    Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2010 NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 11 OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSIONProposed development at: Number 1, The Cottage, Houghton Gate, Chester-Le-Street, Durham, Houghton Le Spring, DH3 4PD. Take notice that application is being made by Mrs Maureen McKinley for planning permission to: Change of use of land to the rear of Number 1, The Cottage, Houghton Gate. Erection of fence and shed (retrospective.) Local Planning Authority to whom the application is being submitted: Durham County Council. Nicholas Graham, Regeneration and Economic Development, Durham County Coucil, Planning Development (North), Room G73-82, County Hall, Durham DH1 5UL. Any owner of the land or tenant who wishes to make representations about this application, should write to the council within 21 days of the date of this notice. Signed Mrs Maureen Mckinley 20.03.2015. Statement of owners' rights: The grant of planning permission does not affect owners' rights to retain or dispose of their property, unless there is some provision to the contrary in an agreement or lease. Statement of agricultural tenants' rights: The grant of planning permission for non-agricultural development may affect agricultural tenants' security of tenure. 'Owner' means a person having a freehold interest or a leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than seven years. 'Tenant' means a tenant of an agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in the land. read more


    THE LICENSING ACT 2003 read more

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