House of Commons
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EDM #1435
Tabled 04 July 1994
1993-94 Session
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That this House offers its support to the 820 local residents who have signed a petition unreservedly opposing North West Water's intention to allow vehicular traffic along Debdale Lane, Gorton, Manchester; draws North West Water's attention to the fact that the definitive map under the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 shows Debdale Lane to be a bridleway; points out that field footpath 136 runs along the length of Debdale Lane; emphasises that section 36 of the Road Traffic Act 1972 states that a person who drives a motor vehicle on any footpath or bridleway commits an offence; calls on North West Water to respect the environmental concerns of the people of Gorton; and demands that local residents, including old people and children, should continue to be allowed quiet enjoyment of Debdale Lane without fear of intrusion by vehicular traffic.

Signatures (38)

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Andrew Bennett
"at end add 'but believes those people guaranteed right of vehicle access along Debdale Lane by the Manchester City Corporation Waterworks Act 1875 shall continue to be able to exercise that right.'."
Tabled 05 July 1994
1 Signature