Statutory Consultation: Proposed diversion of Hanslope Footpath 54 (part) under S257 Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Milton Keynes Council has received an application to divert part of Hanslope Footpath 54, Castlethorpe Road, Hanslope as a result of planning application number 16/02106/OUT and 17/03385/REM.
Following approval of residential development at the site, a requirement has been set for the existing primary school grounds, which abut the site, to be extended. Hanslope Footpath 54 currently travels through land which forms the school grounds extension boundary, and therefore requires diversion.
Milton Keynes Council has prepared the following Order entitled:
THE COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF MILTON KEYNES (FOOTPATH 54 HANSLOPE (PART)) PUBLIC PATH DIVERSION ORDER 2021
The Council has the powers to make a Public Path Diversion Order under section 257 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 if it is satisfied that it is necessary for the footpath or bridleway to be diverted in order to enable development to be carried out in accordance with planning permission granted by the council.
Milton Keynes Council is now formally consulting on the proposed Public Path Diversion Order and therefore invites you to formally comment on the proposals.
Statutory consultation on the above proposal will start on 27 May 2021 and conclude on 25 June 2021.
You can view the Public Notice, Order, and Order Map on the left hand column of this webpage under the heading ‘documents’.
Any representations about or objections to the Order together with the grounds on which they are made must be made in writing and sent to the Head of Legal Services, Milton Keynes Council, Civic Offices, 1 Saxon Gate East, Milton Keynes, MK9 3EJ to be received no later than 10 April 2021, quoting reference PE-WL-024055. Any representations or objections must contain contact details for anyone submitting a representation or objection.
The closing date for this consultation is 25 June 2021.
Please submit your comments before the closing date otherwise your comments may not be considered.
Thank you for participating in this consultation exercise.