Thursday, 28 November 2013

Closure of Bosillion Lane 16th - 30th January 07:30 - 18:00 hrs

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

CORMAC have requested to close the following road to carry out 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 respond within 7 days of receiving this email if you have any queries.

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

Location:         Bosillion Lane, Grampound
Timing:            16th to 30th January 2014 (0730 to 1800 hours weekends included)
Reason:           CORMAC Solutions Ltd - Carriageway Repair Works
Contact:          A Wood, CORMAC Solutions, Tel: 0300 1234 222

The area affected is indicated on the map below in black.

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Repairs to the Fal River footpath

The Fal River footpath has a few muddy patches as I'm sure you know.

On the morning of December 3rd a few volunteers are going to clear the mud and trim the trees. Then Bob Egerton will request a lorry-load of road planings. Trewithen Estate has been informed and have not objected to the plans.

Would you be able to help? Please get in touch with Bob Egerton (07785748844) or Dean Jenkins (07977000091) for more details.

Monday, 11 November 2013

Garlenick Wind Turbines Community Advisory Panel election results

The results of the advisory panel election are now available.

Results of election
Congratulations to the first members of the panel who will have the important role of judging the community benefit of applications in coming years.

Elected members:

Geoff Hodgson
Peter Hardacre
Roger Paynter
Jane Sloan
Bryan Coode

Thanks also to those candidates who put themselves forward but were not elected on this occasion. Compared to many elections this one looks pretty close with all candidates receiving a good number of votes.

The advisory panel will be made up of five elected members, one parish councillor nominated by the parish council, and the county councillor. It will meet when needed to decide how to prioritise funds from the Garlenick Wind Turbines community benefit fund. This amounts to £15,000 per year. Also, in the first year there is an additional £50,000 available. These funds will bring significant community investments.