By Andrew Coates, Town Clerk, Jul 13 2018 02:13PM
Items of importance dealt with week commencing 9th July 2018
Hedges Around Town
The following hedges are being cut and sprayed where necessary.
New Road – Hedge along New Road along the Central Park.
North Road – Pavement up to Pathfields Roundabout which has been sprayed as well.
Station Road Past Maclins Quarry - Scheduled for next Tuesday.
Bowling Club Hedge- Being done today.
Pathfields Business Park 4
An update on the tender process in anticipation of the Extraordinary Town Council meeting next Wednesday. The Tenders were opened on Friday 22nd June in the presence of the solicitor, land agent and the Town Clerk. There were 9 plots available for tender and the council had 8 tenders offered. There were two tenders which were not accepted and therefore there are three plots still not allocated. The previous businesses that expressed an interest in the original tender process have been contacted and have asked if they wish to make a fresh offer. The decision by the Council will therefore be whether to accept the new offers on the table.
The adverts for the Enhancements Sign are ready to go to print so these should be up and finished in the next few weeks.
We have reported again to DCC the bushes at the entrance to Kingdon Avenue which are at the moment a visibility hazard. Also it has been reported that the sign for the road has been taken down and just the stumps are left. I will also be mentioning this to Cllr Yabsley.
Re-Surfacing of Southley Road
It has been confirmed that NDC will be re surfacing Southley Road and also the road coming down from Mill Street past Spirebourne premises. This will be completed before the Tour of Britain in September according to the Leader of NDC.
Re-Cycle Bins at rear of Amory Centre
We have been having problems with the recycle bins at the rear of the Amory Centre and the majority of the recycling is from businesses in town and also from other parishes. There is a sign up saying there is to be no commercial waste. Some photographs were taken of the boxes that have been put there and I have already been to one business to explain they should not be using that site. The answer I had back was that it is so easy to use. Personally I think we should reconsider this amenity after all it does cost over £2000 per annum . Any thoughts on this.
Neighbourhood Plan Meeting on Monday 16th July at 6.30pm in Amory Centre.
Policies Meeting on Wednesday 18th July at 9.30am in the Amory Centre.
EGM Full Council on Wednesday 18th July at 6.30 in the Amory Centre.
Pre Contract Meeting with Alun Griffiths on Tuesday 17th July at 2.00pm in the Amory Centre– they are the contractors who will be constructing the road on PBP 4.
Andrew Coates, Town Clerk