A19-Chapel Haddlesey Bridge Closure Update 28 May 2020
For any residents affected by the A19 closure at Chapel Haddlesey the parish council has learned that the situation is likely to continue for a considerable time.
Initial surveys at the bridge have revealed that erosion underneath the carriageway is more extensive than initially thought.
It is likely to be late June before repair options are finalised and when work does start it is anticipated it will take 6-8 months to complete.
Bearing in mind the bridge has been closed since February the parish council will be writing to NYCC to add our voice to the growing numbers expressing concern and dismay at such a lengthy timescale.
In line with government guidance the playground unfortunately remains closed. During the closure the parish council has been busy, the rubberised flooring has been cleaned and treated with moss inhibitor. Some of the climbing equipment had been identified as needing repair and this work is also being carried out, hopefully in time for re-opening.
LETTER OF CONSULTATION - November 2019
The attached consultation letter provides details on how to view the application and the email address to which responses should be sent.
KIRK SMEATON QUARRY APPLICATION April 2019
We understand that a long awaited decision on the Wentedge Road quarry application may be near. Latest information is that the application will go before the NYCC June 2020 planning meeting.
These are held in the community space in the church every third Saturday in the month.
Good home-cooked food. Main course and pudding, plus tea / coffee for £5
no need to pre-book.
Visits the village every alternate Tuesday 2 - 4pm. Parking at the Shoulder of Mutton Car Park.
Tea and coffee is served in the community space in church at the same time. Why not drop in for a cuppa......
NYP Community messaging.
If you have any information or enquiry, please contact North Yorkshire Police on 101