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Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) Worcestershire County Council (Wyre Forest District – Non-Urban area) (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Waiting Restrictions and Street Parking Places) Consolidation Order 2007 (Variation) Order 2021 [Prohibition of Waiting on C2017 The Village, Chaddesley Corbett]
On 3 June 2021 Worcestershire County Council made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit waiting at any time on the following length and side of road in Chaddesley Corbett: –
C2017 The Village (west side) from a point 34m north of its junction with the A448 for a distance of 20m in a northerly direction.
The Order will vary the above Consolidation Order (which provides for civil enforcement of contraventions of waiting prohibitions and restrictions) and will contain exemptions to allow parking/access for certain purposes and limited waiting by disabled persons’ vehicles.
The Order will come into operation on 24 June 2021.
Documents in relation to this Order can be downloaded at http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/wyreforestpn; or copies supplied by emailing ; or writing to me at County Hall. The validity of the Council’s powers in making the Order or this exercise of them may be questioned by application to the High Court within 6 weeks from the date on which the Order was made.
Thomas Pollock, Head of Commercial Law, Legal and Governance, County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester WR5 2NP
17 June 2021
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14 (AS AMENDED)
WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF DRAYTON ROAD, CHADDESLEY CORBETT, WORCESTERSHIRE (“THE HIGHWAY”)
Reason for restriction: Overhead Works. There is a need to close the highway in the following terms:-
Nothing in this Notice shall prevent at any time access for pedestrians to any premises situated on or adjacent to the highway, or to any other premises accessible for pedestrians from and only from the highway.
Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance)
Date 7 June 2021
Attached are documents relating to the UNAUDITED accounts for the year ended March 2021, together with a Notice of Public Rights to inspect the accounts during the period 14 June to 23 July 2021.
Residents will be aware that the post box in the Village has been sealed without prior approval or consultation.
Royal Mail do not intend to replace this box in the Village as residents are currently within half a mile of their nearest post boxes.
This was a secure post box for Covid Test samples and is not available anywhere else in the Parish.
The Park Lane, Harvington post box last collection is 4:00 pm.
The Parish Council intends to fight this decision and has sought assistance from our MP Mr Mark Garnier, who has requested that emails are sent to him expressing your concern – the greater the number, the more notice Royal Mail will take of them.
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Local councils run numerous services, depending on the size of the council. Many you will see day-to-day, but some are less known. These include introducing solar panels, setting up dementia-friendly groups, organising community buses, creating neighbourhood plans, implementing suitable housing, establishing youth projects, managing allotments and open spaces, maintaining footpaths, public seating and litter bins.
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The following memorial stones in the Parish Council burial ground are unsafe and need repairing. Relatives of the deceased should contact the clerk to make arrangements for their repair. If no contact has been made by end March 2021, the stones will have to be laid flat on the plot in the interests of health and safety.
GROVE AW F53 WATKINS DJ D36
MANN PH AND MG F51 CARTER PE D32
NICKLESS MD E7 CLARK DN D28
BOURNE KA D49 DIXON HAE AND AE B52
DREDGE E D37
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