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The council must, under certain legislation, publish notices for the public's information. These notices relate to Orders that the council wishes to make and usually relate to highways and road traffic matters.
In certain circumstances the public may make representations in respect of the notices. As well as being published in the Slough Express, the notice and any associated documents can be inspected at the following places:
This order came into operation on Friday 30th August 2019 for a period of 18 months, or until the works have been complete, although the works are anticipated to be complete by 23:59 hours on Saturday 28 February 2021.
Following Slough Borough Council's Cabinet on 25 March 2019 approving the proposal for introducing two property licensing schemes, the council must publish details of the schemes through a prescribed legal notice.
These notices are:
1. Designation of the whole of the borough for Additional HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupation) licensing, that are not covered by the National Mandatory HMO Licensing.
2. Designation of the majority of Chalvey and Central wards for Selective Licensing. The designation for Selective Licensing applies to any privately rented property that is not a licensable house in multiple occupation, and is occupied under a tenancy or a licence. The area covered by Selective Licensing is shown in the map included within the notice and delineated in red.
For any further information, you can contact the Housing Regulation Team by emailing PrivateSectorHousing1@slough.gov.uk or calling 01753 875431.
Stopping Up Orders are made under the Highways Act 1980. Each notice for any Stopping Up Orders stipulates the time and date that the council as Highway Authority will be making the application for the Stopping Up Order before the Magistrates Court. The effect of a Stopping Up Order is to close a road or a section of a road.