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18th June 2015
By using the towpath of the newly restored Hatherton Canal towpath a section of road walking along the busy A51 has been removed, on the southern outskirts of Lichfield. Do look at www.LHCRT.org.uk for further details. The Hatherton Canal Trust is also very pleased that we have chosen to use a section of the canal towpath. It is mutually beneficial and gives credence to both organisations.
2nd March 2013
Bridleway diversion affecting Rugeley Road & Moors Gorse, which affects section 3 of the Guide Book removing from use the level crossing on Marquis Drive, replacing it with a bridge.This is in the walk script in segment 1 and for the circular route, segment C.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990, SECTION 257 AND PARAGRAPH 7 OF SCHEDULE 14
CANNOCK CHASE DISTRICT COUNCIL
BRIDLEWAY DIVERSION ORDER 2013
BRIDLEWAY NO. 0.306 BRINDLEY HEATH PARISH
Cannock Chase District Council (“The Council”) confirmed the above order without modifications on 28th February 2013.
The effect of the order as confirmed is to divert the public bridleway running from a point 30 metres west of Rugeley Road (A460), Rugeley and 8 metres east of Moors Gorse Level Crossing extending 70 metres west over the railway line. The order will create an alternative bridleway instead on a line running from a point 30 metres west of the Rugeley Road (A460) and 8 metres east of Moors Gorse Level Crossing extending approximately 90 metres south along a 1:12 gradient ramp and then proceeding in a westerly direction across a bridlebridge over the railway line with two 3 metre parallel sections and then extending in a northerly direction for 80 metres as shown on the order map.
1st Nov 2012
Footpaths M394 (Heart of England Way) crosses the Birmingham to Nuneaton mainline railway to the east of Whitacre Junction, near the north-west corner of Shustoke Reservoir. The path crosses two lines at rail level. 70 Metres away is a railway access bridge over the line. In the interests of safety, Network Rail has secured an order diverting M394 to this bridge.