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3. Before making a gating order under section 129A of the Act, a council shall—
(a)cause to be published on its website and in a newspaper circulating in its area a notice—
(i)identifying specifically or by description the relevant highway;
(ii)setting out the general effect of a gating order being made;
(iii)identifying alternative routes which would be available to pedestrians and vehicular traffic if the proposed order were to be made;
(iv)setting out a draft of the proposed order; and
(v)inviting written representations, within such period as is specified in the notice, being not less than 28 days, as to whether or not a gating order should be made;
(b)cause to be erected on or adjacent to the relevant highway such notices as it considers sufficient to draw to the attention of members of the public using that highway the effect of a gating order being made.
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