GHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (Brighton Marathon)Notice ID:
BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
The Brighton & Hove (Brighton Marathon)
(Temporary Traffic Regulation) Order 2015
Brighton and Hove City Council is exercising their powers under
Sections 16A to 16C of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) together with all other enabling powers, hereby make the following Order.
On 12th April the Brighton Marathon will be taking place. The Brighton Marathon starts from Preston Park and from Withdean Park (2 start lines) at 09:15 with Road closures in place from 06:00. Runners will proceed from Preston Park / Withdean Park south bound on the Preston Road and London Road, into the Laines at North Road, returning on to the Old Steine via North Street. Runners will continue up to the Level, travel north up Lewes Road, make a turn on to St Leonard's Road, Hasting Road and Franklin Road to return again on the Old Steine to St James Street. Runners will then head east into Kemptown and cut onto Marine Parade / Drive as far as Ovingdean. Runners will turn North into Greenways, Ovingdean and back before heading West bound back along A259 Marine Parade / Drive and on to Kings Road turning north at Grand Avenue. Runners will head west along Church Road, NewChurch Road and loop at Boundary Road, Seaford Road, St Leonard's Road before returning back to Grand Avenue, South bound on to A259 Kingsway to travel West to Basin Road. At this point runners head along Basin Road South looping back so runners continue on the footway known as Hove Esplanade / Hove lawns. At the Peace Statue runners return onto the road and head east on Kings Road to Madeira Drive, The Finish Area.
A large number of roads will be affected between 06:00 until 17:00 on the day, please allow sufficient time for journeys across the City. The event organisers "The Grounded Events Company" have posted on their website a Traffic Management Document which includes a full list of roads affected and time of closures. For more information on this please contact Grounded Events on 08453 100 088 or visit their web site at www.brightonmarathon.co.uk.
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle that is not participating in, or connected with the Brighton Marathon to proceed in, exit from, or turn into any of the lengths of road on the Brighton Marathon Route, except upon the direction or with the permission of a Police Constable in uniform or that of a uniformed marshal between the hours of 06:00 hours and 22:00 hours on Sunday 12th April 2015; No parking, waiting, loading or unloading of a vehicle to take place on any of the lengths of carriageway on the Brighton Marathon Route to this Order and which constitute the Brighton Marathon Route between the hours of 18:00 on Saturday 11th April 2015 and 22:00 on Sunday 12th April 2015:
This order shall be cited as The Brighton & Hove (Brighton Marathon)
(Temporary Traffic Regulation) Order 2015 Brighton and Hove City Council
13th March 2015