The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 26 November 2014 starting at 6.30 p.m. in the Bowls Club, High Street. The agenda is posted on the Planning Committee page.
Some sections of carriageway are going to be replaced. Richard Roberts, your local county councillor, has recommended it is a priority and is funding it from the Highway Locality Budget scheme. Information about locality budgets is online at www.hertsdirect.org/localitybudgets
What are we doing?
We will be carrying out works to replace various sections of worn out carriageway, between Shantock Hall Lane and Pudds Cross.
Dates & Times
The work is programmed to start on Tuesday 9th December, and should be completed within 9 days. We will be working between the hours of 07.30 and 17.30.
How will this affect you?
We will need to close the road during these times in order to provide a safe environment for our workforce and highway users. We will endeavour to maintain access to properties or businesses, however, this may not be possible at all times and there may be a slight delay in obtaining access during specific works operations. Access for Emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Do not park in the works area during the publicised dates and times. If parked vehicles are holding up the works and we cannot contact the owner, we have the legal right to move and relocate them to a nearby street.
What are we asking you to do?
Please make sure that you move your car out of the works area before the works starts.
- The work is weather dependent and from time to time unforeseen circumstances arise, any changes to the proposed start date, duration or working hours will be notified on the information boards at either end of your street, on our website www.hertsdirect.org/roadworks or by scanning the QR code on this letter.
- Questions or concerns regarding these specific works can be answered by email: email@example.com or telephone 0300 123 4047.
- Neither Hertfordshire County Council, nor their contractors will approach you offering to carry out works to your property. Any cold calling of this nature by people claiming to represent Hertfordshire should be viewed with suspicion and be reported to us.
As part of our commitment to the continuous improvement of our service, we would like to hear your views on works in your area. We’d be grateful if you would take the time to log on to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Ringway_Hertfordshire and complete a short survey. We value your opinion, and measuring your perception of key areas of our service enables
Due to necessary systems maintence we will not be able to receive or send e-mails from 16.00 on 30 October until 09.30 on Monday 3 November 2014. In the meantime, we can be contacted on 01442 833036 and apologise for any inconveniemce caused.
You are invited to attend the next meeting of
BOVINGDON PARISH COUNCIL
to be held on MONDAY 3rd NOVEMBER starting at 7.30 p.m.
in the Memorial Hall, High Street, Bovingdon
Janet Aylward, Chair of Governors, Bovingdon Primary Academy, Mrs Vicky Parsey, Executive Principal and Mrs Jill Mewha, Head of School, Bovingdon Primary Academy will give a presentation and answer questions on the Aspire Academies Trust and working in partnership
Complimentary tea and coffee available
A meeting of the Planning Committee will commence at 6.30 p.m. prior to the Parish Council meeting
Hertfordshire County Council – Notice under section 14.2 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
NOTICE is given that owing to the likelihood of danger to the public whilst works to repair a gas leak are being undertaken, all traffic is temporarily prohibited from using that length of Shantock Lane, Bovingdon from its junction with Pudds Cross south eastwards for a distance of approximately 50 metres, except for access.
If you have any queries about the emergency gas leak repairs or the temporary road closure, please contact Colin Cromer tel.01953 688 211 at Mervyn Lambert Plant or Simon Brazier tel.0300 123 4047 at Hertfordshire County Council.
The work is expected to take 1 week to complete when started on the 21 October 2014. An alternative signed route will be provided for traffic whilst the road closure is in place.
The prohibition imposed by this notice can remain in force for up to 21 days.