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The Olympic Route Network Designation Order 2009

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PART 3Side Roads

1.  Artichoke Hill from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 8m.

2.  Breezers Hill from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 8m.

3.  Brodlove Lane from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

4.  Cannon Street Road from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 25m.

5.  Cartwright Street from its junction with East Smithfield (A1203) to a point 10m north.

6.  Chigwell Hill from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 8m.

7.  Culross Street between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 10m north east of the north western kerb line of Park Lane and a point opposite.

8.  Curzon Street—

(a)(north side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 10m east of the north western kerb line of Park Lane;

(b)(south side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 20m north east of the south western flank wall of 38 Park Lane.

9.  Deanery Street—

(a)(west side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 24.5m south west of the southern kerb line of Tilney Street;

(b)(east side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 7m north of the northern kerb line of Stanhope Gate.

10.  Dellow Street from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

11.  Dock Street from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 50m.

12.  Ensign Street from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

13.  Garnet Street from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 40m.

14.  Glamis Road—

(a)(north arm) from its junction with The Highway (A1203) to the southern kerb line of Glamis Place;

(b)(south arm) from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 50m.

15.  Glasshouse Fields from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

16.  Green Street—

(a)(north side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 10m east of the north eastern kerb line of Park Lane;

(b)(south side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 23m east of the north eastern kerb line of Park Lane.

17.  Heckford Street in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

18.  John Fisher Street from its junction with East Smithfield (A1203) to a point 10m north.

19.  King David Lane from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

20.  Mount Street between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 48m south west of the eastern flank wall of Grosvenor Hotel and a point opposite.

21.  North Row between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 10m east of the north eastern kerb line of Park Lane and a point opposite.

22.  Ordnance Crescent (both sides of the on and off slip roads of the unclassified section) from its junction with A102 Blackwall Tunnel southern exit, (also known as Ordnance Crescent) eastward and then northwards for a distance of 100m measured along the centre line of the on-slip road.

23.  Royal Mint Court in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

24.  Schoolhouse Lane from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

25.  South Carriage Drive between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 western side) and Queen Mother’s Gate.

26.  South Street—

(a)(north side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 2m west of the western kerb line of Park Street;

(b)(south side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 12m west of a point opposite the western kerb line of Park Street.

27.  Stanhope Gate—

(a)(north side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 19m west of the common boundary between 9 and 10 Stanhope Gate;

(b)(south side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 21m west of a point opposite the common boundary between 9 and 10 Stanhope Gate.

28.  Thomas More Street from the southern kerb line of East Smithfield (A1203) southwards for a distance of 40m.

29.  Tunnel Avenue from its junction with A102 Blackwall Tunnel Southern Approach to a point in line with the line of the northern boundary line of 243 Tunnel Avenue (including those parts of Tunnel Avenue forming a loop on the west side of A102 between 217 and 243 Tunnel Avenue).

30.  Upper Brook Street between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 40m east of the north western kerb line of Park Lane and a point opposite.

31.  Upper Grosvenor Street—

(a)(north side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 21m west of the common boundary between 21 and 22 Upper Grosvenor Street;

(b)(south side) between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) and a point 5m west of a point opposite the common boundary between 21 and 22 Upper Grosvenor Street.

32.  Vaughan Way from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 8m.

33.  Virginia Street from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 8m.

34.  Wapping Lane from the southern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) southwards for a distance of 60m.

35.  Wellclose Street from the northern kerb line of The Highway (A1203) northwards for a distance of 8m.

36.  Woods Mews between its junction with Park Lane (A4202 eastern side) to a point 5m north east of the north eastern kerb line of Park Lane and a point opposite.

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