1995 No. 748
HIGHWAYS, ENGLAND AND WALES
The County Council of Humberside (River Hull Bridge) Scheme 1994 Confirmation Instrument 1995
10th March 1995
The Secretary of State for Transport makes this Instrument in exercise of powers conferred by section 106(3) of, and paragraph 15 of Schedule 1 to, the Highways Act 1980(1), and now vested in him(2), and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf:—
1. The County Council of Humberside (River Hull Bridge) Scheme 1994 (“the Scheme”) is hereby confirmed with modifications.
2. The Scheme as confirmed is set out in the Schedule hereto and copies of the Scheme with its accompanying plan are deposited at the Department of Transport, 43 Marsham Street, London SW1P 3PY and at the offices of the County Solicitor, Humberside County Council, County Hall, Beverley.
3. The Scheme will become operative on the date on which notice that it has been confirmed is first published in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 2 to the Highways Act 1980.
4. This Instrument may be cited as the County Council of Humberside (River Hull Bridge) Scheme 1994 Confirmation Instrument 1995.
Signed by authority of the Secretary of State for Transport
Pamela Denham Regional Director
Government office for the North East
10th March 1995
THE SCHEDULEPLAN AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE RIVER HULL BRIDGE
The location and the general design of the bridge are shown on the location site plan and general layout plan (numbered A0/9304/103).
The bridge will cross over the River Hull on two decks. The centre point of the bridge will be at a point in the River Hull approximately 98 metres north of the most northerly point on the Greenacres Estate, Kingston upon Hull.
The bridge will comprise steel superstructures and reinforced concrete abutments on piled foundations.
Each deck will have a single opening span of 31 metres.
Each deck will have a width of 13 metres.
Each deck will have a minimum clear navigable waterway of 26 metres at the Statutory Defence Level of 4.65 metres above Ordnance Datum Newlyn.
When raised, each deck will be pivoted to a vertical position on the west bank completely clear of the river.
When lowered, each deck will have a headway of 1.5 metres above High Water Ordinary Spring Tides, when the depth of the water is 3.5 metres above Ordnance Datum Newlyn.
The bridge control cabin will be manned and the bridge operated on request upon 24 hours previous notice given to the Kingston upon Hull Harbourmaster.
1980 c. 66.