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Are you 16-18? Are you thinking about your future? You could be a Fastlaner. For free, Fastlaners will help you: • Learn about different jobs, and what they actually involve • Learn what your skills are and how to promote these in an application • Build your confidence, networks and knowledge • Get interview practice and feedback from real employers • Get relevant work experience to boost your CV • Get advice from local mentors a few years older than you And we'll pay for your travel too! The programme starts on Saturday 22nd February and runs on Saturdays and Thursday evenings until Thursday 3rd April. Interested? Call Claudia on 07597 685 853, email claudia.graham@uprising.org.uk or go to www.uprising.org.uk/fastlaners Get in the fast lane to a successful future LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS THE CLEAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 2005, PART 6, CHAPTER 1, SECTION 55 THE DOG CONTROL ORDERS (PROCEDURES) REGULATIONS, REGULATION 3 NOTICE OF A PROPOSAL TO MAKE A FOULING OF LAND BY DOGS ORDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of London Borough of Tower Hamlets intends to make a Dog Control Order under the above Act and the land to which it is proposed that the Order will apply is: All land which is open to the air (which includes land that is covered but open to the air on at least one side) and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access (with or without payment) within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, irrespective of ownership. This includes but is not limited to all highways, parks and open spaces, all open air communal spaces within housing estates, all residential and commercial car parks within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, irrespective of ownership For the purposes of the Act land which is covered is to be treated as land which is “open to the air” if it is open to the air on at least one side. The Dog Control Order (described as a “Fouling of Land by Dogs Order”) will make it an offence if a dog defecates at any time on any land in respect of which the Order applies and the person in charge of the dog at that time fails to remove the faeces from the land forthwith unless that person has reasonable excuse or the owner, occupier or other person or authority having control of the land has consented (generally or specifically) to his failing to do so. The maximum penalty on conviction will be a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale (£1,000 as at 24th January 2014). This offence does not apply to a person who is registered as a blind person in a register compiled under section 29 of the National Assistance Act 1948, or to a person who has a disability which affects his mobility, manual dexterity, physical co-ordination or ability to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objects, in respect of a dog trained by Dogs for the Disabled (registered charity number 700454), Support Dogs (registered charity number 1088281) or Canine Partners for Independence (registered charity number 803680) and upon which he relies for assistance. Representations can be made in writing to Andrew Weaver, Head of Environmental Health, Environmental Protection, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, London E14 1BY or by email to environmental.health@towerhamlets.gov.uk. The closing date for receipt of representations is 6th March 2014. DAVID GALPIN HEAD OF LEGAL SERVICES (COMMUNITY) MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG (MY REF.: L/C/LAD/CEHCRS.157 /PG) PUBLIC NOTICE THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – RATCLIFFE LANE E14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, having consulted with Transport for London, that the Council of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets made an Order, which will prohibit vehicular traffic from entering, stopping or proceeding in the length of carriageway in Ratcliffe Lane for a distance of approximately 40 metres in the eastbound direction from its junction with Bekesbourne Street and at the junction of Bekesbourne Street and Ratcliffe Lane. The restriction on vehicular traffic will enable essential works to be carried out on the public highway by J Browne Construction. The alternative route for vehicular will be via Branch Road, Commercial Road, Butcher Row Public notices and Ratcliffe Lane. Throughout the duration of the works, and at times when the “no entry” and “one way” traffic signs are covered, the existing one way working in Ratcliffe Lane between its junction with Branch Road and its junction with Bekesbourne Street will be temporarily suspended. The restriction on vehicular traffic will operate from Thursday 13th February 2014 until Thursday 13th March 2014 and at times when temporary traffic signs are placed on the public highway pursuant to The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002. Please refer any queries regarding the above traffic restriction to Mick Jameson, Network Coordinator, Transport and Highways on 020 7364 6717 or email, mick.jameson@ towerhamlets.gov.uk Dated: 3rd February 2014 JAMIE BLAKE SERVICE HEAD PUBLIC REALM MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS THE CLEAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 2005, PART 6, CHAPTER 1, SECTION 55 THE DOG CONTROL ORDERS (PROCEDURES) REGULATIONS, REGULATION 3 NOTICE OF A PROPOSAL TO MAKE A DOGS ON LEAD BY DIRECTION ORDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of London Borough of Tower Hamlets intends to make a Dog Control Order under the above Act and the land to which it is proposed that the Order will apply is: to all land which is open to the air and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access (with or without payment) within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets except for land to which dogs are excluded pursuant to any Dogs Exclusion Order and those areas where dogs must be kept on leads at all times pursuant to any Dogs on Leads Order For the purposes of the Act land which is covered is to be treated as land which is “open to the air” if it is open to the air on at least one side. The Dog Control Order (described as a “Dogs on Lead by Direction Order”) will make it an offence if a person in charge of a dog at any time on any land to which this Order applies does not comply with a direction given to him by an authorised officer of the Authority to put and keep the dog on lead unless that person has reasonable excuse or the owner, occupier or other person or authority having control of the land has consented (generally or specifically) to his failing to do so. The maximum penalty on conviction will be a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale (£1,000 as at 24th January 2014). Representations can be made in writing to Andrew Weaver, Head of Environmental Health, Environmental Protection, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, London E14 1BY or by email to environmental.health@towerhamlets.gov.uk. The closing date for receipt of representations is 6th March 2014. DAVID GALPIN HEAD OF LEGAL SERVICES (COMMUNITY) MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG (MY REF.: L/C/LAD/CEHCRS.157 /PG) LONDON E14 2BG PUBLIC NOTICE THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – FLORIDA STREET E2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Council of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets proposes to make an Order, which will prohibit vehicular traffic from entering, stopping or proceeding in the length of carriageway in Florida Street for a distance of approximately 60 metres in the western direction from its junction with Squirries Street. The restriction on vehicular traffic will enable essential crane works to be carried out on the public highway by Coussens Cranes Limited. The alternative routes for vehicular traffic will be via Squirries Street, Gosset Street, Roberta Street and Florida Street and vice versa or Squirries Street, Bethnal Green Road, Barnet Grove and Florida Street and vice versa or Squirries Street, Gosset Street, Barnet Grove and Florida Street and vice versa. The restriction on vehicular traffic will operate from Monday 24th February 2014 to Friday 28th February 2014 and at times when temporary traffic signs are placed on the public highway pursuant to The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002. Please refer any queries regarding the above traffic restriction to Charlie Harrison, Network Coordinator, Transport and Highways on 020 7364 6671 or email, charlie.harrison@ towerhamlets.gov.uk Dated: 3rd February 2014 JAMIE BLAKE SERVICE HEAD PUBLIC REALM MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS THE CLEAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 2005, PART 6, CHAPTER 1, SECTION 55 THE DOG CONTROL ORDERS (PROCEDURES) REGULATIONS, REGULATION 3 NOTICE OF A PROPOSAL TO MAKE A DOGS (SPECIFIED MAXIMUM) ORDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of London Borough of Tower Hamlets intends to make a Dog Control Order under the above Act and the land to which it is proposed that the Order will apply is: All land which is open to the air (which includes land that is covered but open to the air on at least one side) and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access (with or without payment) within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, irrespective of ownership. This includes but is not limited to all highways, parks and open spaces, all open air communal spaces within housing estates, all residential and commercial car parks within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, irrespective of ownership For the purposes of the Act land which is covered is to be treated as land which is “open to the air” if it is open to the air on at least one side. The Dog Control Order (described as a “Dogs (Specified Maximum) Order”) will make it an offence if a person in charge of more than one dog takes onto any land in respect of which this Order applies more than four (4) dogs unless that person has reasonable excuse or the owner, occupier or other person or authority having control of the land has consented (generally or specifically) to his failing to do so. The maximum penalty on conviction will be a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale (£1,000 as at 24th January 2014). Representations can be made in writing to Andrew Weaver, Head of Environmental Health, Environmental Protection, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, London E14 1BY or by email to environmental.health@towerhamlets.gov.uk. The closing date for receipt of representations is 6th March 2014. DAVID GALPIN HEAD OF LEGAL SERVICES (COMMUNITY) MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG (MY REF.: L/C/LAD/CEHCRS.157 /PG) 3 – 9 FEBRUARY 2014 NEWS FROM TOWER HAMLETS COUNCIL AND YOUR COMMUNITY 27


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