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Temporary Prohibition of Traffic - Blable Lane St Issey
16th to 20th October 2017 (24 hours).
Please click on the document for further information.
Road Closure Blable Lane St Issey.docx
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Notice of Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Road from Junction North West Of Polbrock To Brocton, Washaway, Bodmin 20th to 21st September 09.30 to 16.30 hours.
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S 19917[...]
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ADVANCE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CLOSE THE ROAD - Blable Labe, St Issey.
ADVANCE NOTICE of intention to close the Road at Blable Lane St Issey & the Road from the A389 between Trevance Road and Halls Grave. 16th to 20th October 2017.
Intention of notice - Road closure Blabl[...]
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Road Closure Primrose Cottage to Treneague, Wadebridge.
Road closure from 4th to 8th September (24 hours)
South West Water Tel: 0344 346 2020
Please click on the document for more information
Road Closure Primrose Cottage to Treneag[...]
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ROAD CLOSURE - St ISSEY
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 St Isse[...]
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ADVANCE NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE
Access to Roskear Farm, Access to Perlees Farm Road from Perlees Gate to the A39 between Gonvena Hill and Tredruston Road will be restricted due to the Rock Oyster Festival from 7th July 2017 @ 1600 to 9th July 2017 @ 1600. NB: Exemptions will be made for Emergency Vehicles during this time.
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hedges-law_tcm6-30966.pdf
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CC_Farmer-and-highway_web.pdf
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posted 22nd February 2017

 

 

Subject: St Breock closure - intention

 

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

CORMAC Solutions Ltd have requested to close the following road(s) to carryout works to their apparatus

If you have any queries regarding these works please contact the Utility direct on the number below.  Any responses to this email received by Street Works will be forwarded to the Utility for them to respond.

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as of yet an Order has not been Issued 

Please respond with any feedback within fourteen days from the date of this e-mail

Location:        Road From Polmorla Road To Tredruston Road, St Breock, Wadebridge

Timing:            20th to 22nd March 2017 (07:30 to 18:00)

Contact:          Ann Trevarton, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

Please click the following link for a map: https://roadworks.org?tm=106790

 

Kind Regards

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council

Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

 

 

 

 

The above document contains, responsibilites, as laid out by Cornwall Council and Highways, with ref Farming Activities. Obviously the guidelines make common sense and generally the farming community adhere to them.  Special note should be taken of Health and Safety and legal responsibilties, safeguarding the general public

 

 

posted 14th February 2017

 

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

BT have requested to close the following road(s) to carryout works to their apparatus

If you have any queries regarding these works please contact the Utility direct on the number below.  Any responses to this email received by Street Works will be forwarded to the Utility for them to respond.

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as of yet an Order has not been Issued 

Please respond with any feedback within fourteen days from the date of this e-mail

Location:         Road From Junction East Of Great Grogley To Bosneives Road, Ruthernbridge, Bodmin

Timing:            7th March 2017 (24 hours)

Contact:          Amberon Ltd  for BT, Tel: 0345 3715050

Please click the following link for a map: https://roadworks.org?tm=105076

 

Kind Regards

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council

Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

 

 

posted 14th February 2017

 

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition and Restriction of Traffic

Location:          A39 Between Hals Grave And West Park Farm, Wadebridge and A39 From West Park Farm To Tredinnick Road, Wadebridge and A39 Between Tredinnick Road And Winnards Perch, St Columb

Timing:           20th to 24th February 2017 (24 hours) (30mph speed restriction 0600 to 1900, closure 1900 to 0600)

Contact:          Teresa Frost, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

The above closure and speed restriction have been approved.  

Applicants are reminded that they have undertaken to notify all interested parties known to be directly affected by the closure  and restriction including, if appropriate, bus companies and all frontagers on the length of the road such as local residents and businesses as well as other traders who may have to make deliveries and/or collections in the area.

Applicants and contractors are reminded that they are responsible for the provision, erection, maintenance and removal of all necessary signing.

Kind Regards

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council

Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

 

 

 

posted 29th October 2015.

 

Parishioners have contacted the Parish Council, with concerns over the condition of Deep Lane, (Burlawn to Wadebridge Road). Recent Hedge trimming, appears to have been carried out in an unsatisfactory manner.

 

reply from Oliver Jones (Cormac)

 

""Thanks for the information, I will pass this onto the Highway Safety Inspector and Steward for their information and action.""

 

 

The highway

It is an offence under the Highways Act 1980 to deposit objects within the highway that could cause an obstruction or a hazard. The highway includes verges.

 

 

 

 

 

 

posted 6th August 2015

 

message from Parishioner.

 

what was the use of fighting for a Bus Shelter at Whitecross when unable to use it in wet weather because of parked cars up against it so we have to step into the road to flag the buses down as they Carnot see us or we them all it would take is 2 bollards like the other side of shelter, not only that they park on the pavements obstructing the crossing via the bollards. As this road as now become a motorway its exceedingly dangerous I do have photographs which Cornwall Council asked me for and still haven't done anything about it!!!!

 

response from Police....

 

Dear Cllr Jones,

 

Thank you for your email. I did write a couple of letters back in April, to vehicle owners who were causing a visual obstruction to the shelter (at that time), not the footpath.

 

Having had no responses and as there were no further complaints, I was under the impression the matter had been resolved until I received an email just over a week ago from Anne Jayne, stating the issues had started again.

 

As you may be aware, Parking issues are no longer routinely dealt with by Police but rather the Civil Enforcement Officers of Cornwall Council. The overriding issue here seems to be, not the fact vehicles are parked on the grass verge, but rather it is felt that their parking causes an obstruction to the view of the road from those in the bus shelter.

 

Having spoken to one of the Sgt’s at Bodmin, this is not an issue under ‘obstruction of the highway’. You will no doubt be aware that cars have parked her for many, many years with little or no reported issues. The bus company has some responsibility here in checking the shelter adequately for passengers in which case this would not be a Police matter. Should vehicle be parked on the pavement area, in a way which does cause obstruction to pavement users, then by all means, this would be a matter for us.

 

I have copied in my supervisor, Sgt Stewart, and should he wish to make any comments regarding this, then I will pass these on to you.

 

Kind regards

 

Pete Sobye

 

Pete Sobye

 

PCSO 30008

Wadebridge Police

59 Molesworth Street

Wadebridge

Cornwall

PL27 7DR

 

 

 

 

 

Posted 16th June 2015

 

Please take care using our narrow lanes. Hedge growth can be quite alarming during June/July.  If you own land adjacent the highway, please make sure that dangerous bends and junctions are kept clear of growth.  Obviously check for nests before work starts and take precautions, to let traffic know, that you are undertaking work. Wearing Hi Viz jackets, should always be worn and are a sensible precaution. Try and enlist someone to act as look out.

 

If you are experiencing any problems, please inform our Parish Clerk.

 

 

Posted 23rd December 2014

 

        Road Closure........Polbrock Bridge to Brocton, closed for forestry work, weekdays

12th January 2015 to 2nd February 2015.

for more information ring Chris Mason on 07990848722 or email christopher.mason@forestry.gsi.co.uk

 

Posted 22nd December 2014

 

Trees have been reported to Cormac, on the road from Ruthern Bridge to Grogley. Some are in a dangerous state and caution should be taken when using this road, especially Hi- sided vans and horse riders

 

 

 

 

 

Posted 15th November 2014

 

 

The County of Cornwall (Trevanion Road Wadebridge) (Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic) Order 2014

 

Notice is hereby given that Cornwall Council has made the above Order dated 18th November 2014 prohibiting the use by through traffic of the undermentioned length of road at Wadebridge. This restriction is necessary for patching works. Exemptions are provided in the Order for emergency vehicles.  It is expected that the Order will be in effect from 24th to 28th November 2014 (0730 to 1800 hours)

 

Road Closed

Trevanion Road for its entire length

 

Alternative Route

From the south west end of the closure take a south easterly direction to Pengelly Cross and then take a south westerly direction to St Breock Downs Farm.  Continue in a south westerly direction to Rosenannon and then take a southerly direction via Polgrain Hill to Polgrain Turning. Take a westerly direction to the junction with the B3274 and continue along the B3274 in a westerly direction to Lacey Green and then take a north westerly direction along the B3274 to the junction with the A39 at Winnards Perch. Take a north easterly direction along the A39 towards  Wadebridge and at the Tollgate Service station take an easterly and south easterly direction via West Hill and Molesworth Street to the junction with Goldsworthy Way. Take a north easterly direction along Goldsworthy Way to the Eddystone Roundabout and then take a south easterly direction along Eddystone Road and The Platt to the north east end of the closure; and vice versa

 

Matt Stribley, Traffic Manager

 

For further information please contact: Jamie Neal, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted 6th November 2014

 

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as of yet an Order has not been Issued  

 

Location:         Trevanion Hill, Wadebridge

Timing:            24th to 28th November 2014 (0730 to 1800 hours)

Reason:           patching works

Contact:          Jamie Neal, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

 

 

Posted 15th October 2014

 

We are now into the leaf season, which brings a number of problems.

The road surface is extremely slippery, which in turn, can cause hazardous situations, especially if driving habits, do not adjust, to road conditions. Please reduce speed and keep a special look out, for livestock and horses.

If your property is adjacent any roadside drains and it is safe to do so, please help the highways, by removing any leaves. The amount of damage caused by blocked drains and associated excess water, is substantial and with limited budgets available, repairs are often delayed or postponed.

If you have any potholes needing urgent attention, please report them to our Parish Clerk, by email or telephone, who will then, pass them on to me, for action.

 

It is also time, to attend to any roadside hedges and dangerous trees adjacent your property. This is the landowner’s responsibility and liability. Cormac are reluctant to issue enforcement notices and generally have been very helpful in the Parish, by using outside contractors on some lengthy and difficult stretches, but again budgets are tight and will only get worse, as Cornwall Council, fights to remove, another £190 million pounds, over the next 4 years.

 

Major bridge repairs to Ruthernbridge, will start on the 20th November 2014, with unfortunately lengthy detours and road closure. It’s a pity that those responsible, for the continued damage to this bridge, do not consider the disruption and inconvenience caused, not to mention the cost!

 

Although not strictly Highways, Bishops Wood will be closed to Public access for the next few months, to enable tree felling. Please do not ignore the warning notices. Felling opens out large areas, which will need to stabilise, trees can fall without warning, even if contractors are not present.

 

Cllr Andrew Jones.

 

 

 

 

Highways matters…… Please inform us of any Highways concerns, using the website, contact form.

 

During August, Cormac will be continuing its patching program, throughout the Parish, using a new hot tarmac process.

 

Cormac have been informed, of the poor road surface, at Treneague, on the approach to Wadebridge from Burlawn, co ordinates 50.30.28.77N, 4.50.13.13W to 50.30.21.85N, 4.50.25.42W

 

It’s at this time of year, that roadside hedgerows, need attention. I have included an attachment from Natural England, which highlights the legal responsibilities of landowners (both farmers and householders) and the safety implications of not maintaining adequate sightlines, especially on some of our beautiful, but narrow stretches of road.

 

Although not strictly in the Parish,  we have a major concern with Ruthernbridge.

    During the past few years the bridge has been seriously damaged, on a number of occasions.

 Cormac, have tried unsuccessfully, to improve the protection, of this listed ancient monument, at considerable expense to the local taxpayer.

Remedial work is due to be carried out in October, which will cause disruption, due to road closure.

If anyone has any information, on how this bridge is being continuingly damaged, both Cormac and the Parish Council would be very interested.

 

Cllr Andrew Jones, Highways Committee.

Histyns Bishops Lorry access route.pdf
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tarmac spraying
hedges-law_tcm6-30966.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [183.1 KB]

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St Breock Parish Council

At The Paddock Room, Hawksfield, near the Padstow junction.......usually, first Wed of the month at  19.30.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday 6th December 2017 at the Paddock Room, Hawksfield. Commencing at 19.30 hrs

 

***LATEST NEWS***

Posted 23rd November 2017

Your views are being sought on a future planning proposal on Land at Bodieve, Wadebridge . SEE PLANNING SECTION FOR FULL INFORMATION.

Contact us today!

.Mr R.V. Jarratt - Cahirman

.Cobweb Cottage, Burlawn, Wadebridge.PL27 7LD.

T: 01208 813738.

E: r.jarratt@talktalk.net

Ms Jacqui Peskett (Parish Clerk).

Victoria Advent House,

Station Approach, Victoria,                 Roche

Cornwall

PL26 8LG

T: 01726 210138

E:jp@aalgaardrenshaw.com

 

iIf you have any queries or wish to attend a council meeting, please contact the Clerk details as shown above or,  please use our contact page. Thank you.

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