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Temporary Traffic Regulation Order
Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2021 13:37 by Stacey Hodgson
THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL(VARIOUS ROADS, IN THE BOROUGH OF CHARNWOOD)CONSOLIDATION ORDER 2017(VARIOUS ROADS IN CHARNWOOD)(AMENDMENT 14/2) ORDER 2021Birstall Parish Council would like to bring this information that they have received from Charnwood Borough Council to the attention of the residents.This relates to changes with the speed restriction for part of Loughborough Road.Please find attached for your information, a copy of the above proposed Traffic Regulation Order. Public Notice is to be given on 18th August 2021 of the County Council's intention to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to introduce the above-mentioned Order.I enclose herewith a copy of the proposed Order and plans showing the roads referred to therein, together with a Statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Order.
Posted: Wed, 29 Sep 2021 11:52 by Sue Coulson
Birstall Parish Council are pleased to announce that the new play equipment on School Lane playing fields is now complete and is open for the public to use.
The Parish Council wish to thank everybody for their patience with the delay in being able to open the slide but the safety of members of the public was paramount in this case and until they were completely satisfied it just couldn't be opened. More »
The delay was caused due to several issues that were identified after the Parish Council staff who carried out their own inspections after the equipment had been signed off by the contractors. The Parish Council staff were not completely satisfied with the finished product. The Clerk reported these concerns to the contractors and invited them to return to address some issues that had been identified, all of which took more time than the Parish Council anticipated.
The Clerk then requested that the contractors undertook an independent Post Installation Report which would identify any further issues that required some attention from the contractors, but more importantly it would provide a certificate of safety assurance to the Parish Council before opening it up to the public.
The report was received on Monday, 20 September 2021 and the Clerk asked the Estates Team to carry out a further maintenance inspection, after receiving their inspection report the Clerk was confident that it was now safe for members of the public to use, and the fencing was removed.
The Parish Council hope that users enjoy the new equipment and would welcome feedback from children and parents on this new experience. » Less
Posted: Tue, 21 Sep 2021 12:32 by Sue Coulson