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November
2017

Road Trotting Races – L4705 Durrus

Road Trotting Races – L4705 Durrus

CORK COUNTY COUNCIL



ROADS ACT, 1993



TEMPORARY CLOSING OF PUBLIC ROADS





NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cork County Council is considering under Section 75 of the Roads Act, 1993, the closing to public traffic of the following roads for the dates and for the times stated:-



Road Trotting Races – Durrus Village to Parkanna Bridge

Monday 1st January 2018

(12:00hrs to 17.00hrs)  



 Roads to be Closed:

The L-4705-0 from its junction with the R591 at Durrus Village to its junction with the L-47052-0 at Ballycommane.

The L-4705-25 from its junction with the L-47052-0 at Ballycommane to its junction with the L-47054-0 at Ballycommane.

The L-4705-47 from its junction with the L-47054-0 at Ballycommane to its junction with the N71 at Parkanna Bridge, Letterlicky West.

Road Numbers:

L-4705-0, L-4705-25 and L-4705-47.



Alternative Route:

From Durrus Village to Parkanna Bridge/Letterlicky West via the R591 north east to meet the N71 at Dromacoosane. Turn right onto the N71 and continue south east to Parkanna Bridge/Letterlicky West.

This alternative route is also applicable in the reverse when travelling from Parkanna Bridge/Letterlicky West to Durrus Village.



NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this proposed closure is to facilitate

Road Trotting Races



Any person interested may lodge an objection in writing to the closing of these roads, with the undersigned not later than Wednesday 22nd November2017 at 5pm.



Director of Services,

Roads & Transportation

Cork County Council

The Courthouse

Skibbereen, Co Cork.
Road Closure - The L4705 east of Durrus on Monday 1st January 2018 from 12noon to 5pm to facilitate Road Trotting Races.

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