Meeting Papers – Annual Parish Meeting – 24th April 2019

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Wednesday 24th  April 2019 at 7.30pm at the Village Club, High Street, Blagdon.

The meeting papers are now available.

 

Peter Ballantyne
66 Coxway, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 5AD

T: 01275 349 098
E: parish.clerk @ blagdonpc.org.uk

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Meeting Papers – 9th April 2019

The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Tuesday 9th April 2019 at 7.30pm at the Village Club, High Street, Blagdon.

April’s parish council meeting papers are now available.

Please note: There can be last minute additions to agendas which due to timescale may mean this online version is not updated before the meeting. Please check the noticeboards for any changes.

Peter Ballantyne
66 Coxway, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 5AD

T: 01275 349 098
E: parish.clerk @ blagdonpc.org.uk

Planning Applications received by NSC – 25th March

The parish council have been made aware of one planning application received by North Somerset Council for properties in Blagdon during the week commencing 25th March 2019:

19/P/0439/FUH Park House, Park Lane, Blagdon  – Installation of patio doors to first floor bedroom with Juliet balcony

If you have difficulty in viewing this please contact the clerk.

E: parish.clerk@blagdonpc.org.uk
T: 01275 349 098

Thank you

The Travelwest Travel to Work Survey

The Travel to Work Survey is the largest commuting survey in the UK and is commuters’ chance to give their opinions about how they travel to work.
Taking place 11th – 17th March, the survey is open to individuals in the West of England who travel to work. It takes 5 minutes to complete online, and entrants have the chance to win prizes including a hot air balloon ride, shopping vouchers and a Fitbit.
The survey includes questions about modes of travel, the distances of journeys and how satisfied commuters are. There is the opportunity for every respondent to detail how they feel about transport in the West of England in their own words.
The findings of the survey are used for planning future housing and transport needs.
To complete the survey, go to www.travelwest.info/survey
 
 
Many thanks
Lauren Dean
Sustainable Travel and Road Safety Officer
Development & Environment

 

E: parish.clerk@blagdonpc.org.uk
T: 01275 349 098

Thank you

Improvements to A368

The parish council have been made aware of North Somerset Council’s £450,000 scheme to improve the A368 (Bath Road) which will start on Monday 25 March.

The extensive works will take place from the A38 Churchill traffic lights towards Blagdon and between Blagdon and the North Somerset border, and are part of North Somerset Council’s ongoing commitment to improving the area’s roads.

To minimise disruption and allow crews to work safely while they complete multiple activities at the same time, sections of the road will be closed in phases:

  • Phase 1 – A38 Churchill traffic lights to B3134 Burrington Combe
  • Phase 2 – B3134 Burrington Combe to The Batch, Rickford
  • Phase 3 – Sladacre Lane, Blagdon to the North Somerset boundary
  • Phase 4 – surfacing at the A368 junction with B3134 Burrington Combe

All other sections of the road not being worked on during a phase will remain open. Please note work will not be taking place between The Batch, Rickford and Sladacre Lane, Blagdon.

Residential and access to local businesses will be maintained throughout the road closures – please speak to traffic marshals or council staff who will be onsite throughout the works and can advise on access arrangements.

The scheme is due to take six weeks to complete and work is set to be carried out between 8am and 5pm, six days a week. The road closure will remain in place for each phase 24 hours a day to protect ongoing work.

Works will include patching and resurfacing areas of the existing road surface, improving and cleaning drainage, replacing and relaying the kerbs, road marking and signing improvements, clearing overgrown vegetation and replacing and repairing damaged ironworks.

North Somerset Council appreciates that this scheme will be disruptive for local residents and businesses, so will be carrying out these extensive works in phases to minimise disruption.

Letters with more details will be delivered to nearby residents over the next few weeks.

For more information please visit www.n-somerset.gov.uk/roadworks

If you have difficulty in viewing this please contact the clerk.

E: parish.clerk@blagdonpc.org.uk
T: 01275 349 098

Thank you