PUBLIC NOTICES: Construction of roundabouts, road closures in the city center and wedding venue license

OLD TOWN: Sewer maintenance work will prevent vehicles from circulating on Prospect Place between house numbers 20 to 27.

Traffic will be diverted via Prospect Hill, Victoria Road, Union Street and North Street.

The order (reference STRDDD246) will come into force on November 12 and the work will be carried out between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

BISHOPSTONE: Openreach will carry out roadworks on High Street that will close the road to traffic at The Wyncies junction.

Traffic will be diverted via Cues Lane and Hocker Bench. The decree (reference STR000264) will come into force on November 15 and the work will last until November 26.

WALCOT: The right turn off Queens Drive onto Whitbourne Avenue will be closed to vehicles while Thames Water carries out construction.

Traffic will be diverted via Whitbourne Avenue, Shaftesbury Avenue, Marlowe Avenue, Drakes Way and Queens Drive. The order (reference STR000268) will come into force on November 12 and the work will be carried out between 8 p.m. that evening and 6 a.m. on November 13.

DOWNTOWN: Surveys will prevent vehicles from traveling on Corporation Street between Whalebridge Junction and Manchester Road.

Traffic will be diverted via Fleming Way, County Road, Manchester Road and vice versa or via Princes Street, Fleming Way, Milford Street and Manchester Road.

The decree (reference STR000280) will come into force on November 1 and it is expected that the work will take place from 8 p.m. that evening until 5 a.m. on November 5.

For more information on any of the above commands, contact 01703 403040 citing the corresponding reference.

WICHELSTOWE: The construction of the Wichelstowe roundabout will prevent vehicles from traveling on Mill Lane between Foxham Way and B4005 Wharf Road.

Traffic will be diverted via B4005 Wharf Road, High Street, Devizes Road, Moormead Road, Swindon Road, Croft Road, Foxham Way and vice versa B4005 Hay Lane, Spittleborough Roundabout, A3102 Great Western Way, A3102 Wootten Bassett Road, A4289 Kingshill Road, A4289 Bath Road, A4259 Devizes Road, A4361 Croft Road, B4006 Black Horse Way, Foxham Way and vice versa. The decree comes into effect on October 25 and the work will last up to three weeks. For more information call 01793 403040 quoting STR000249.

PURTON: Venue Catering and Events Limited has applied for a complete amendment to its existing business license at The Pear Tree.

The company wishes to modify the existing development approved in accordance with the plans filed with the responsible authorities, remove all existing permit conditions from Schedule 2A (the converted conditions), incorporate a noise management plan, modify the time of start of all licensed activities and authorize the supply of alcohol for sales and sales.

The owners of the wedding hall hope that the provision of late night refreshments and regulated entertainment (live and recorded music) will be authorized by the borough council.

The copy of the application can be inspected at the Licensing Authority, Wiltshire Council, Public Health & Protection, Monkton Park, Chippenham, SN15 1ER, between 9 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.

Please make an appointment on 01249 706555 to ensure that an agent is available. It can also be viewed online at ww.wiltshire.gov.uk/licences-permits-new-premises-applications.

Any representation by a responsible authority, an interested party or other persons must be made in writing by November 11 at the above address, or by email to [email protected]

It is an offense to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with a claim liable to a fine of up to £ 5,000 on summary conviction.

For today’s public notices see page 31 or visit www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/announcements/public_notices/

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