A NEW SHOP & POST OFFICE FOR GORSLEY?
NEXT COMMUNITY SHOP MEETING
MONDAY 16TH OCTOBER, 7.30PM AT GORSLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (MAIN HALL)
Everyone is welcome.
Help the Steering Group find out what you want from a new shop in Gorsley. Complete the online questionnaire by clicking HERE.
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TRAFFIC DISRUPTION AROUND HEREFORDSHIRE.
are a number of activities causing traffic disruption around
Herefordshire this Autumn. Balfour Beatty have successfully bid
for some road repair funds from The Challenge Fund - but this means
road closures around the county. The Mains Water trunk is being
renewed in Hereford City which will result in restricted and closed
routes, likewise the new City Link road into Hereford will be causing
disruption. Repair work is being undertaken on the A40.
Keep ahead of the disruption - sign up for traffic and roadworks informatio from the link https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200196/roads/234/roadworks . You decide the area for your alerts and you will be kept ahead of the game daily.
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Herefordshire County Council - CONSULTATIONS.
Don't miss your chance to make your views known as the Council sets their plans:
Minerals and waste Local Plan (MWLP) issues and options consultation - until 6 October 2017Find out more by following this link: CONSULTATIONS.
Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) - Alcohol Consumption 31 August 2017 until 11 October 2017
Residents' parking consultation - until 19 October 2017
Rights of Way Improvement Plan consultation - until 10 November 2017
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) survey - until 12 November 2017
Mains Water - Trunk renewall Hereford
The work, which Welsh Water hope to start in September /
October 2017, will involve construction of a new, large diameter
water main between Bewdley Bank Reservoir and Hereford City. We expect
the work to take around 18 months in total to
complete. The work will help us to ensure security of supply to the
area as well as alleviate issues that some customers are experiencing
with low water pressure. The work will also help to ensure we can
continue to meet the growing demand for water in the
information available at www.welshwater.com or herefordshire.gov.uk