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THE A483 TRUNK ROAD (THE STRAND, BUILTH WELLS, POWYS)

(TEMPORARY PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLES) ORDER 2022

THE WELSH MINISTERS have made an Order under section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 which is necessary to undertake works on or near the A483 trunk road on The Strand at Builth Wells in the County of Powys.

The effect of the Order will be to temporarily prohibit all vehicles, other than those being used by the emergency services and for the works, from proceeding on the length of the A483 trunk road known as The Strand that extends from a point 5 metres east of the centre-point of its junction with North Road to a point 5 metres west of the centre-point of its junction with Strand Street at Builth Wells, Powys.

The alternative route for eastbound traffic affected by the closure will be via the A483 westbound to Beulah, the B4358 north-eastbound to Newbridge-on-Wye, then the A470 southbound to Builth Wells. Westbound traffic will be unaffected.

The temporary prohibition, which will be signed accordingly, will operate from 19:00 hours on 24 June 2022 until 18:00 hours on 26 June 2022 or until the temporary traffic signs are permanently removed.

Although the proposed Order is only expected to operate during the times and dates specified above it will remain valid for a maximum period of 18 months as a contingency should the work need to be rescheduled or consequential or other work is required. Advance notice of any changes to times and dates will be displayed before any rescheduled work.

A copy of the Order and Notice can be viewed on the Welsh Government’s website at https://gov.wales/road-orders.

A copy of this Notice in larger print can be obtained from Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ.

J SADDLER, Transport, Welsh Government


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