The public consultation feedback together with the results of the safety audit are now being studied by Debbie Poynton at WCC. A review meeting with AC Lloyd & BTPC is scheduled for the 25th April where Debbie will advise any necessary modifications to the scheme & schedule of works. Watch this space for a further update at the end of April.
It now includes the buses that run on Sundays, so is an improvement to the pull out that was printed in the February edition of the Parish Magazine.
Bloors contractors will start work on the new access way on Monday 16 January, and will take 8 weeks.
The footpath/cycle way will be 3m wide with 2 m wide grass verges on either side.
To provide the necessary width, we have had to relinquish a section of the allotments equivalent to 2 plots.
The allotments will get a new fence and a new track to the gate.
Once completed the accessway will be lit.
For the duration of the works there will be no vehicle access beyond the Club car park. But the allotments and Horticultural shed can readily be reached on foot.
The access way will not be opened for use until the autumn, because it will take that long to complete the roads on the estate side. By then Bloors expect to have 50 houses built and occupied.
From 27th January until 1st February Harbury Lane will be closed 150m either side or Cicero Apprach, Warwick Gates, for resurfacing works.
The Parish Council received welcome news today from the Country Council that there will be no changes to local bus routes for the time being. The recent Parish Magazine article reporting proposed route changes had prompted resident concerns. Over the last week a PC team has worked through the issues raised and this resulted in requesting a postponement of the changes to allow other options to be looked at.
The PC, a resident representative and local bus user representative will work with the County and bus operators to come up with the best options for providing routes to serve new housing in the parish. We will keep you informed of any further proposals that develop.
Your collection will be one day later than normal during Christmas week.
The normal collection day of Thursday 29 Dec will change to Friday 30 Dec. Normal collection dates resume on bank holiday Monday 2 January 2017.
Please put your bins, boxes and bags out by 7am on collection day.
Christmas card and wrapping paper recycling
Recycle wrapping paper and Christmas cards with your cardboard in your recycling bag. Please keep out foil wrapping paper, glittery wrapping paper and cards, ribbons, bows and tape – these cannot be recycled.
Christmas tree recycling
Please cut your real Christmas tree into pieces and put it in your green bin for collection throughout January 2017. Make sure all decorations, tree stands, pots and netting are removed
If you don’t have a green bin please take your tree to Princes Drive Recycling Centre or Cherry Orchard Recycling Centre.
Oakley wood Road will be closed to all traffic from Monday 14th November to Wednesday 15th November. This is to enable the road section past the new entrance to Oakley Meadows to be resurfaced.
The Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire (CSW) Broadband team is looking to extend superfast broadband coverage even further across the area during the Contract 3 phase of the Project.
To achieve this, Warwickshire County Council (as lead authority for the Project) intends to procure further coverage of NGA broadband infrastructure (capable of delivering download speeds of at least 30 Mbps) to areas in Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire where such broadband is currently unavailable, by the end of 2017.
We have already asked suppliers where they plan to roll out their superfast broadband networks over the next 3 years and we have now opened the public consultation, which gives suppliers and residents an opportunity to comment on the areas that, it is claimed, will be covered during this time.
For more information and for your chance to have your say simply visit the public consultation webpage.
The consultation runs from 31st October to 30th November 2016.
The Fosse Way Radford Semele will be closed from 8 October 2016 at 07.00 hours to 9 October 2016 at 23.00 hours at the location of the railway bridge (to erect scaffolding)
From 9 October 2016 to 25 February 2017 Fosse Way will be re-opened to Southbound traffic only – between the property known as Westfield Cottage to the junction with Middle Road.
There will also be a speed restriction in place and a height restriction (please see attached Notice for full details).
Fosse Way will be closed again from 25 February 2017 07.00 hours to 26 February 2017 at 23.00 hours at the location of the railway bridge (to dismantle scaffolding).
During the closure there will be two diversion routes – one for non HGV traffic and one for HGV traffic. These diversion routes will also apply during the one way restriction – for traffic wishing to head Northbound.
The diversion routes are shown below.
Non HGV traffic diversion route
HGV traffic diversion route