Monthly Archives: October 2019

Please note – Road Closure!

Road closure notice from Brailes Parish Council. Contact brailesparishclerk@outlook.com

TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF B4035 BRAILES ROAD, BARCHESTON VILLAGE ROAD, FANT HILL, FELL MILL LANE AND WILLINGTON ROAD, BARCHESTON – commencing 4th November 2019

For Carriageway resurfacing and associated works

B4035 Brailes Road/Barcheston Village Road/Fant Hill closed to vehicular traffic from the speed limit signs at Upper Brailes to a point 65 metres west of Barcheston cross roads.

D6636 Fell Mill Lane closed to vehicular traffic from the junction with Brailes Road for a distance of approximately 80 metres

D6644 Willington Road closed to vehicular traffic from the junction  with Brailes Road for a distance of approximately 80 metres

Please find attached the traffic order, notice and plans relating to the above road closure.

These closures are to allow for resurfacing works and the work is to be completed in 2 phases:

4th – 8th November 2019 (24 hr closure)

11th November – 6th December 2019 (24 hr closure)

The closures are scheduled to be advertised in the local press on the 17th October and the 31st October. The contractor will inform local businesses and residents directly affected by this.

Kind Regards

Gillian Brooks

Planned Works Delivery Technician

Environment Services

County Highways

Warwickshire County Council

Old Budbrooke Road, Warwick, CV35 7DP

Tel: 01926 412 515

Ext: 6549

Email: gillianclarebrooks@warwickshire.gov.uk<mailto:gillianclarebrooks@warwickshire.gov.uk>

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Flooding Questionnaire

Everyone should have received a questionnaire from Warwickshire County Council about flooding. Please do fill this in and send off. Alternatively feel free to hand the questionnaire in a sealed envelope over to a member of the Flood watch team or Ken Taylor, who can pass it on to the WCC Flood Risk Management Team when they next meet