The public consultation period has now ended. There was one formal objection raised meaning that a decision on whether the scheme can progress must now be taken by the WCC Portfolio Holder for Transport and Environment on or after 17th November 2017.
This is a County Council Consultation with a deadline for responses of Thursday, 2nd November 2017. Details available at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/ask
The next working party is this coming Saturday. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are available to help out.
This month we’re turning our attentions to the Allotment area plus a couple of items on St Chad’s Green & the Village Green:
- Dig hole for new tree on St Chad’s Green ready for Mother’s Union celebration planting.
- Remove the dog bin on the Village Green.
- Clear the overgrown areas at the front of the allotments.
- Remove all rubbish from the front of the allotments and transport to the tip (inc a red chair & sofa !).
- Clear the area at the back of the allotments adjacent to the new access path route.
- Cut / strim back grass area in front of the BMX track.
Meeting Point & Time
Meet at the allotments at 9:30am.
Wear clothes suitable for gardening. If the weather is inclement then also bring some waterproofs. We will provide gloves and hi viz jackets. There’s plenty of strimming and flail mowing to do so if you are willing to have a go with either of these machines then you’ll need to bring a pair of steel toe caps. We have a spare pair of size 10′s if anyone wants to borrow them.
Tools & Equipment
We have at least one of everything we will need however, if you are able to bring along the following it would be a help:
- Pair Of Shears.
- Pair Of Loppers
- Pair Of Secateurs
Transport of allotment rubbish to the tip
The general allotment rubbish at the front of the allotment area needs to be transported to the tip in individual vehicles otherwise we will be charged. If anyone willing can bring a suitable vehicle (4×4′s are good). We plan to reduce the rubbish to a suitable size and provide bags so it won’t mess people’s cars up.
Warwickshire County Council has made a Temporary Traffic Order closing Moreton Morrell Road, Bishops Tachbrook from the junction of Banbury Road for a distance of approximately 1000 metres in a south easterly direction, to vehicular traffic.
The closure is required to enable safe access to the Contractors for tree cutting and aerial cable erection.
The Order will commence on 13 September 2017 and will last for a period of 18 months, or until the works are completed, whichever is the earlier. However, it is anticipated that the works will be completed by 15 September 2017.
Pedestrian access to and egress from properties and land situated adjacent to the length of road to be closed will be maintained at all times. Vehicular access will be maintained where possible.
An alternative route will be signed and is available via: Moreton Morrell Road, Ashorne Hill, Ashorne Road, Bromson Hill, Banbury Road (and vice versa).
The Council regrets any inconvenience that may be caused. The team dealing with this Temporary Traffic Order at Warwickshire County Council is Network Management (Tel: 01926 412515).
Any enquiries relating to the works being undertaken may be directed to the Contractor dealing with this matter, A Plant Lux (Tel: 0370 0500 792).
Warwickshire County Council hereby proposes to introduce a road hump (raised table feature) pursuant to the Section 90A of the Highways Act 1980 at the junctions of the B4087 Oakley Wood Road, Church Hill and Savages Close, Bishops Tachbrook, as described in more detail (with approximate measurements) in the Schedule below.
A copy of this notice, together with a plan showing the lengths of roads affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to install the road hump, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick; at Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hall, Leamington Spa; and at The Royal Pump Rooms, Parade, Leamington Spa during usual opening hours.
Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number: 01926 412076.) Any objections to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Debbie Poynton, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX or sent by email to email@example.com. (Objections, and the name of the objector, will normally be treated as public information and may be published.) Objections must be sent so as to be received by 25 August 2017. .
1 raised table at the junctions of the B4087 Oakley Wood Road, Church Hill and Savages Close as follows:-
- Oakley Wood Road junction with Savages Close and Church Hill, 75mm high, approximately 46 metres long;
- Savages Close junction with Oakley Wood Road, 75mm high, approximately 6 metres long;
- Church Hill junction with Oakley Wood, 75 mm high, approximately 25 metres long; and
- Church Hill (Service Road), 75mm high, approximately 7.5 metres long.
S Duxbury (Head of Law & Governance)
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This year’s food festival will be held at the school from 3:30pm to 6:00 pm on Friday, 19 May.
Everyone is welcome to so come along and join in the fun.
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.