THE POLICE, FIRE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER WANTS TO LISTEN TO
• Do you care about the way your neighbourhood is policed?
• Do you want to learn more about crime in your area?
• Do you want to have your say in making your community safer?
If so, come along and have your say at Roger Hirst’s public meeting:
Date Monday 23rd September 2019 Time: 18:30-20:00
Venue: The Pavilion, Barrack Lane, Harwich, CO12 3NS
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)
Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Aingers Green Road, Great Bentley
Please click on the following link https://roadworks.org?tm=113872776 to find details of the intended closure of Aingers Green Road, due to commence on 18th September 2019 for 1 day. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while UK Power Networks undertakes connection works.
Essex Streetworks Team
Ringway Jacobs | Essex County Council
3rd Floor, Seax House, Market Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1QH
Updated on August 27, 2019
See Notice of Conclusion of Audit
To view the Annual Governance & Accountability Return and the Internal and External Auditor Reports on line go to the Parish Council tab and click on Annual Governance & Accountability Returns
Posted on August 13, 2019
Work is expected to be carried out along Plough Road, Great Bentley in the vicinity of the School to the Village Hall and as far south as the open field on the right hand side. The work will commence on 19th August and is expected to last for 3 weeks.
From week commencing 26th August, due to close proximity with the level crossing these works will have to be done under a road closure. It is hoped to reopen the road each day after works are finished if it’s safe to do so.
From week commencing 2nd September work south of the Village Hall car park will not require a road closure and will be carried out under Stop & Go boards.
Posted on August 6, 2019
Outline planning permission was refused for up to 136 dwellings on Land to the South of Weeley Road, Great Bentley. An appeal has been made to the Secretary of State
Please see the Appeal Notice
If you wish to make comment, these must be received by 30th August 2019 (see the Appeal Notice for full details)
Posted on August 6, 2019
Ref: A120 Wix Bypass
Date: 6 August 2019
NOTIFICATION OF START OF WORKS – A120 Wix Bypass
I am writing to introduce GRAHAM as the principal contractor working on behalf of Highways England. We will soon be carrying out work along the A120 Wix Bypass, which includes carriageway, crack and gulley repairs and the replacement of road markings and studs.
Works will commence late September 2019 and are due to last approximately two weeks. We will continue to keep you informed of the work as it progresses and advise you of any changes to our programme or traffic management if required. A further letter with greater detail setting out our upcoming works and diversion routes in your vicinity will be delivered in advance of the scheme starting.
Whilst we appreciate that disruption on any scale is not ideal, we will be working between the hours of 8pm and 6am to help minimise this.
If you have any questions in relation to this letter, please feel free to contact us via the Highways England Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000, or by emailing [email protected]
Stakeholder & Communications Officer
Updated on July 30, 2019
The project aims to deliver sessions during school holidays across four venues (Clacton, Stanway, Townhouse & Vibe Youth Centres) aimed at young people aged 13 – 19. The sessions will run between 10:00 and 15:00. A number of sports and team building activities will be delivered and pre-prepared food will be freely available for attending young people. Additional activities around Knife Crime and Britain Stronger Together will be delivered.
This project is a funded programme aimed at providing activities and food for young people in identified areas of need. Whilst the programme will be open to all it will run alongside the Food & Fun programme which specifically targets young people in secondary education who access free school meals.
Holiday Hub – Summer Delivery Dates:
|Colchester Townhouse||Stanway Youth Centre||Vibe Youth Centre (Harwich)||Clacton Youth Centre|
|Monday 29th July||Tuesday 30th July||Wednesday 31st July||Thursday 1st August|
|No Session||Tuesday 6th August||Wednesday 7th August||Thursday 8th August|
|Monday 12th August||Tuesday 13th August||Wednesday 14th August||Thursday 15th August|
|Monday 19th August||Tuesday 20th August||Wednesday 21st August||Thursday 22nd August|
|Monday 26th August||Tuesday 27th August||Wednesday 28th August||Thursday 29th August|
For further information or to book young people on to any of the days please contact:
Jake Ling Community Development Officer
Colchester United Football Club
Posted on July 30, 2019
I have asked the Clerk if she could please make this note available on the Parish Council’s Web site as I have made an error in my notes in the Parish Magazine for this month (August).
I had mentioned what should be recycled in the Red and Green recycling boxes as I understood some residents were not too sure what was meant by the red and green boxes. My note in the Parish Magazine may have confused the issue even more for which I apologise, as it was unintentionally incorrect. The paragraph should read:
I have been told that some residents are not too sure what is meant by the Green and Red boxes, this information is also available on TDC’s web site, but basically green boxes are for the recycling of Plastic Bottles and Metal cans, red boxes are for the recycling of Paper and Cardboard.
A more detailed explanation is available on TDC’s web site.
Cllr. Lynda McWilliams
Tendring District Council Ward Councillor to the Parishes of
Great Bentley, Little Bentley and Frating and
TDC Cabinet Member with the portfolio for Partnerships
Telephone Number 01206 250732
Mobile Number 07564 613603