Important Alerts and Reminders

School closures, weather alerts and distruptions to council services are listed below

Wylam library closed

Effective: 20 Feb 2017 to 25 Feb 2017

Wylam library is closed for emergency maintenance works. We're sorry for any inconvenience caused.
The Books n Art workshop will take place in the main hall on Tuesday 21st February as planned.

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Vehicle Seizure Notice - white Ford Transit panel van W374 VDN

Effective: 17 Feb 2017 to 10 Mar 2017

Under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part II (“the 1990 Act”) The Control of Waste (Dealing with Seized Property) (England and
Wales) Regulations 2015 (“the 2015 Regulations”) Northumberland County Council is publishing the notice of seizure which can be found at the link below.

This is in respect of a white Ford Transit panel van registration number W374 VDN seized at 09:30 hours on Thursday 16
February 2017 at Cowley Road, Blyth, Northumberland.

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Public Spaces Protection Order for the control of dogs

Effective: 30 Jan 2017 to 13 Mar 2017

Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, Part 4

TAKE NOTICE that:

1 Northumberland County Council (“the Council”) has made The Northumberland County Council (Dog Control) Public Spaces Protection Order (which may also be referred to as “the Dog Control Order” or “the PSPO”) in accordance with section 59 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

2 The Dog Control Order comes into force on 30th January 2017 and it will remain in force for a period of 3 years unless the Council decides to extend the period for which it has effect.

3 The Dog Control Order together with the maps annexed to it can be viewed by clicking the link at the bottom of this alert

4 Under the provisions of section 66 of the Act an interested person may apply to the High Court within 6 weeks from the date that the Dog Control Order is made to question its validity on the grounds that:

(a) the Council did not have the power to make the Dog Control Order, or to include particular prohibitions or requirements imposed by it; or

(b) that a requirement of Part 4, Chapter 2 of the Act was not complied with in relation to the Dog Control Order.

5 An ‘interested person’ is defined by section 66(2) of the Act as being an individual who lives in the restricted area defined in the Dog Control Order or who regularly works in or visits that area.

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School Closures

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Planned Road Closures

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