High Speed Two (HS2) is the new high speed railway for Britain. Balfour Beatty VINCI (BBV) is working in partnership with HS2 Ltd to build the new high-speed railway in your area.
The work we will be doing Owing to several utilities needing to be moved and unexpected ecology along Rugby Road, we need to control the traffic in this area. To carry out this work safely there will be two-way temporary traffic lights and a closure in place.
When will these works be taking place? Phase one: Will require two-way temporary traffic lights in place 24 hours a day seven days a week, operating for 3 weeks, from Tuesday 20 September 2022 to Monday 10 October 2022. (Please see map 1).
Phase two: Will require a full road closure 24 hours a day seven days a week from Monday 10 October 2022 to Friday 4 November 2022. A full diversion will be in place during this time. (Please see map 2).
Phase three: Will require two-way temporary traffic lights in place 24 hours a day seven days a week, operating for 6 weeks, from Friday 4 November to Friday 16 December 2022. (Please see map 1). Phase four: Will require two-way temporary traffic lights in place 24 hours a day seven days a week, operating for 4 weeks, from Monday 9 January to Friday 3 February 2023. (Please see map 1). Access to all properties will be maintained throughout.
Our working hours will be from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday. Some Saturday working may be required from 8am to 1pm. Our workforce maybe on site one hour before and one hour after to set up and secure our equipment.
If you have a question about HS2 or our works, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email email@example.com
Following the submission of a planning application for a new country park to the local planning authority earlier this year, officers from Warwick District Council have been working behind the scenes with partner agencies including developers, ecologists, landscape architects and the County Council to ensure a smooth transfer of assets to create a much-anticipated public facility.
The plans to create the 121-acre Tachbrook Country Park are subject to a number of complex legal agreements and coordination with adjacent developers, landowners and utility providers as well as needing to tie in with the separate applications for the new schools and homes at Oakley Grove in Bishop’s Tachbrook.
Councillor Alan Rhead, Warwick District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Climate Change commented:
“We are disappointed that the planning application process for the Country Park is taking longer than anticipated. It is however important that we take considerable care to balance the wide-ranging requirements of all stakeholders and ensure that the land is in the right condition for the successful development of an accessible and sustainable green space for our growing communities.”
Sean Deeley, Chair of the Tachbrook Country Park Steering Board and Parish Councillor added:
"As a Parish Councillor I am acutely aware of the strong desire of residents, to see the Country Park in Bishop’s Tachbrook open to the public. As mentioned above, many unforeseeable issues have arisen across the three interdependent and concurrent projects. The steering board is grateful to the key stakeholders, County Council, land owners, developers and utility providers, for their continued mutual co-operation, which will be essential to ensure that the Country Park is opened as soon as possible.”
It is hoped that the detailed plans for Tachbrook Country Park will be considered by the Council’s Planning Committee later this year. If granted the new park
which is located within easy access on foot or by cycle to the new housing developments and schools in Warwick, Whitnash and Bishop’s Tachbrook will provide a stunning area for locals to enjoy fresh air, exercise, play and wildlife watching.
The Country Park will be operated by Warwick District Council under an ‘in perpetuity’ land use agreement, to be granted by Bishop’s Tachbrook Parish Council.
Further information and FAQS about Tachbrook Country Park can be found by visiting www.warwickdc.gov.uk/Tachbrook
Waste and Recycling Collections Monday 19 September
Residents with a scheduled collection are being encouraged to put their food caddies and bins out early on Monday morning (19 September) following the announcement of a bank holiday to mark the State Funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Warwick District Council has confirmed that essential services including waste and recycling will continue, though there will be a pause from 11am while the funeral service is taking place.
Customers are advised that collections will start very early on Monday morning and that any streets or areas that are missed will be picked up on the following day.
Further updates on the district’s arrangements for this period of national mourning are available on the Warwick District Council website.
Booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine helps improve the protection you have from your first 2 doses of the vaccine.
It helps give you longer-term protection against getting seriously ill from COVID-19 and
Invitations are being sent out now to those who are eligible
For more information please follow the link below,
The part-time position will require the successful applicant to work from home for a minimum of 35 hours per calendar month. The position is to start as soon as possible.The following skills are essential:
Remuneration would be in accordance with NJC and NALC Salary Scale SCP14, depending on experience and qualifications.
The successful candidate will be expected to participate in induction meetings, and, if required, undertake a training programme (paid for by the Parish Council) eventually to CILCA standard.
Access to a stakeholder pension will be available subject to terms and conditions.
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To apply please e-mail or send your CV with a covering letter, including the names of two referees to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 30th September 2022
All blogs are written or edited by Cllr Pam Redford & Cllr Trevor Wright