Orders under Level Crossings Act (Granhams and Shelford)

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Dear Office of Rail Regulation,

Please could you provide me with copies of all current orders made under section 1 of the Level Crossings Act 1983 that relate to the following level crossings in Cambridgeshire:

Granhams Level Crossing, on Granham's Road, Great Shelford

Shelford Level Crossing, on Station Road, Great Shelford

Thanks in advance.

Ben Harris

CCT Contact, Office of Rail and Road

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CCT Contact, Office of Rail and Road

Dear Mr Harris

Thank you for your email of 10 June requesting copies of current Level Crossings Orders for Granhams and Shelford level crossings.

Your request is being handled under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (The Act). Under the terms of the Act you are entitled to a response within 20 working days of receipt. We therefore aim to respond to your request no later than 9 July 2014. If we cannot meet this deadline we will let you know the reasons and also tell you when you can expect a response.

If you have any queries about this email please contact us, remembering to quote the above reference.

Yours sincerely

Customer Correspondence Team |Office of Rail Regulation | One Kemble Street | London | WC2B 4AN
Tel: 020 7282 2000 | Web: www.orr.gov.uk | Twitter: @railregulation

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CCT Contact, Office of Rail and Road

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Dear Mr Harris

Further to our email below, we have now considered your request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act).

Copies of the level crossing orders for Granhams level crossing, Granhams Road, Great Shelford, and Shelford level crossing, Station Road, Great Shelford are attached.

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Yours sincerely

Customer Correspondence Team |Office of Rail Regulation | One Kemble Street | London | WC2B 4AN
Tel: 020 7282 2000 | Web: www.orr.gov.uk | Twitter: @railregulation

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Dear CCT Contact,

Thank you for sending me the level crossing orders for Granhams and Shelford level crossings. They are precisely what I wanted.

Yours sincerely,

Ben Harris

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