Public notices: Caerleon Bridge should be closed
Here is a summary of the public notices that appeared this week in the South Wales Argus:
* Newport City Council is to temporarily ban traffic from using the B4236 Caerleon River Bridge along its entire length in either direction so that investigations and repairs can be made if necessary.
The alternative route will be via the B4236, M4 junction 25, A4042, Ponthir Road to Caerleon in both directions. It is expected that the work will take place between October 17 and 31 (weather permitting) between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The bridge will reopen at the end of each working day.
* Newport City Council will temporarily close trail 393/123/1 between Grosvenor Road and Caernarvon Drive. No alternative route is available.
The reason is to accommodate the reinforcement work at Bassaleg Underbridge. The work will take place from October 10 and will continue for a period not exceeding six months.
* Rubin Lewis O’Brien, Cwmbran, is looking for anyone with a claim or interest in the estate of Olive Hilda Sanders (deceased), formerly of 41 Lliswerry Drive, Llanyravon, Cwmbran, who died on December 30, 2020.
* Rubin Lewis O’Brien, Cwmbran, is looking for anyone with a claim or interest in the estate of John Philip Charles Butcher (deceased), formerly of Glan Y Nant Bungalow, Cwmbran, who died on July 27, 2021.
* GGP Law Ltd, Blackwood, is looking for anyone with a claim or interest in the estate of Teresa Tedstone (otherwise known as Teresa Berry) (deceased), formerly of 12 Forest Hill, The Bryn, Blackwood, deceased in July 20, 2021.
* Newbold Solicitors, Cwmbran, is looking for anyone with a claim or interest in the estate of Betty Cynthia Smith (deceased) formerly of 3 Greenway Close, Griffithstown, Pontypool, who died January 11, 2021.
* Generator Power Ltd, of Foxbridge Way, Normanton Industrial Estate, Normanton, Wakefield, is applying for a Utility Vehicle Operator’s License to keep five utility vehicles and two trailers at Unit 28, Clearwater Road, Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate, Newport.
* G 8 Transport Ltd, from 8 Clos Ger Y Nant, Caldicot, is applying for a freight transport vehicle driver’s license to use the outdoor storage, RJ Bartlett, Bentley Green Farm, Crick, Caldicot, as an operating center for a freight vehicle and a trailer.
* Aldi Stores called on Newport City Council, Caerphilly County Borough Council and Torfaen County Borough Council to amend the premises licenses for the stores at 60 Woodside Road, Cwmbran; Nash Road, Newport; Discovery Park, Barrack Hill, Newport; and Interchange Development Site, Pontymister, Risca, to change alcohol sales hours from 6 a.m. to midnight every day of the week.
* The Welsh government has issued an ordinance for temporary bans and restrictions on traffic on the A40 from Brecon Road, Monmouthshire, on the county border of Glangrwyney, Powys.
The order is temporarily:
Prohibit vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians from using the national road from a point 20 m west of the central point of access to the caravan and Pyscodlyn Farm campsite to a point 200 m east of the central point of its junction with Glangrwyney Road. The closure will operate intermittently at night between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. Prior notice of any change in times and dates will be posted before any rescheduling of work;
Impose a speed limit of 40 mph or 30 mph along the length of the A40 described above. This will operate at all hours of the day and night during work periods.
The decree will come into force on October 25 at 8 p.m. and will be in effect for a maximum period of 18 months.
The alternative route for eastbound traffic from the west end of the closure will be via the A40 northwesterly to Crickhowell, the A4077 southeasterly to Govilon and the A465 to Heads of the Valley road east to join the A40 at Abergavenny. Vice versa for westbound traffic from the east extension of the closure.
The alternative route for eastbound vehicles with a weight limit greater than 7.5 tonnes from the west end of the closure will be via the A40 northwesterly towards Brecon, A470 southbound towards Merthyr Tydfil, eastbound A465 Heads of the Valley Road and northbound A4143 to merge onto the A40 at Abergavenny. Vice versa for westbound vehicles over 7.5 tonnes from the eastern limit of the closure.
* The Welsh government will introduce temporary speed restrictions and no overtaking on the A4042 national road from the Court Farm roundabout, Torfaen, to the Hardwick roundabout in Monmouthshire. The order is necessary to carry out the work.
The order will be temporarily:
1. Impose a speed limit of 40 mph, if necessary, on the lengths of national highway specified below.
2. Impose a speed limit of 10 mph during the convoy working the length of the national highway specified below.
3. Prohibit any vehicle from overtaking during the convoy working on the length of the national road specified below.
It is expected that the command will run intermittently during the night of 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. from October 16, 2021 to October 27, 2021, or until temporary traffic signs are permanently removed.
Temporary speed limit at 40 mph:
The length of the national road which extends from a point 49 m northeast of the central point of the Court Farm roundabout to a point 20 m south of its junction with Croes Y Pant Lane near by Penperlleni.
The length of the national road which extends from a point 107 m south of the central point of the entrance to the dwelling known as Maes-y-Beryn to a point 18 to the south from the central point of its junction with the county road to Maerdy.
The length of the national road which extends from a point 110 m northwest of the central point of its junction with Pen-Heol-y-Bwra to a point 106 m south of the central point of its junction with the B4269 to Llanfoist.
The length of the national road which extends from a point 201 m south of the central point of its junction with Hardwick Lane to a point 35 m south of the central point of the Hardwick roundabout.
Temporary speed limit of 10 mph and prohibition of overtaking while the convoy is working:
The length of the national road extending from a point 49 m northeast of the center point of the Court Farm roundabout to a point 35 m south of the center point of the Hardwick roundabout .