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Midland Metro (No. 2) Act 1992

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SCHEDULE 3Substituted works in Birmingham

Part IDescription of works [Section 6 (1) (a).] specifically authorised

In the City of Birmingham—

  • Work No. 5—railway (1,745 metres in length), commencing by a junction with the Work No. 25 authorised by the No. 1 Act of 1992 at a point 120 metres south-east of its crossing of Watson Road, passing south-eastwards and eastwards along the northern bank of the River Rea, then south-eastwards on viaduct over Work No. 5A and the culvert enclosing, and carrying former railway sidings over, the River Rea and over the existing Birmingham and Derby Railway, then passing eastwards along the southern side of that railway, over the River Tame at a point 9 metres south of the southern side of the bridge carrying that railway over that river, then under Bromford Lane (the Work No. 26A authorised by the No. 1 Act of 1992) and terminating by a junction with the Work No. 26 authorised by that Act at a point 239 metres east of the intended bridge forming part of the said Work No. 26A, including the said viaduct and a bridge over the River Tame;

  • Work No. 5A—A railway (888 metres in length), commencing by a junction with Work No. 5 at a point 34 metres from its commencement, passing south-eastwards, eastwards and north-eastwards on the northern bank of the River Rea, over the River Tame at its confluence with the River Rea and under the viaduct carrying the M6 motorway over the River Tame, then eastwards over that river where the Work No. 25B authorised by the No. 1 Act of 1992 passes over that river and terminating by a junction with the Work No. 25A authorised by that Act at a point 40 metres east of the eastern bank of that river, including two bridges over the River Tame.

Part IIDescription [Section 6 (1) (b).] of further works and powers

In the City of Birmingham—

(a)

Stop up and discontinue so much of the footpath between Common Lane and a bridge over the River Tame west of Bromford Lane on the southern side of the existing Birmingham and Derby Railway as lies between the points marked C1 and C4 on the deposited plans, substituting therefor a new footpath between the points so marked C1, C3 and C4 in conjunction with the new service road referred to in paragraph (b) below between the points so marked C3 and C5;

(b)

Stop up and discontinue so much of the service road on the southern side of that railway as lies between the points marked C3 and C5, substituting therefor a new service road between those points;

(c)

Stop up and discontinue so much of the footpath between the bridge over the River Tame west of Bromford Lane and that street on the southern side of the existing Birmingham and Derby Railway as lies between the points marked C6 and C7 on the deposited plans, substituting therefor a new footpath between those points.

Part IIIAuthorised [Section 6 (2).] works and powers replaced by Works Nos. 5 and 5A and related powers

In the City of Birmingham—

(a)

So much of the Works Nos. 25 and 26 authorised by the No. 1 Act of 1992 as lies between the points of commencement and termination of Work No. 5 authorised by this Act, being the part of the said Work No. 25 from chainage 968 to its termination and the part of the said Work No. 26 from its commencement to chainage 1,300;

(b)

So much of the Work No. 25A authorised by the No. 1 Act of 1992 as lies between its point of commencement and the point of termination of Work No. 5A authorised by this Act, being the part of the said Work No. 25A from its commencement to chainage 716; and

(c)

The further powers authorised by section 5 (1) (a) of the No. 1 Act of 1992 and paragraph (1) (c) of Part II of Schedule 2 to that Act (stopping up and diversion of footpath on southern side of the Birmingham and Derby Railway).

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