Following guidance from the NFU, RSPB & RHS the parish council will not be carrying out any hedge cutting throughout the villages between 1st April and 31st August unless the hedge, tree or shrub overhangs a highway or any other road or footway to which the public has access so as to endanger or obstruct the passage of vehicles or pedestrians, or obstructs or interferes with the view of drivers or vehicles or the light from a public lamp, overhangs a highway so as to endanger or obstruct the passage of horse-riders.
This is with the exception of the hedge which borders the Green alongside the High Street and Pebblemoor, this hedge will be cut following a thorough inspection for nesting birds.
The parish council asks parishioners to ensure that the planting around the boundaries of their properties does not cause a danger or inconvenience to others.
Edlesborough Parish Neighbourhood Plan
The work on the plan continues in earnest with Village Task Groups focused on determining the key issues of new housing, location and design criteria. The current information can now be found on the parish website.
Three Neighbourhood Plan ‘Open House’ events will take place in July to share the current status and to get feedback from parishioners on the proposals.
- Tuesday July 5th at 7.30pm in Dagnall Village Hall
- Saturday July 9th at 2.30pm in Edlesborough Memorial Hall
- Monday July 11th at 7.30pm in Northall Village Hall
The information provided will cover the overall Plan proposals together with specific proposals for each of the three villages. Parishioners can attend any of the ‘Open House’ events as the information at each will be identical. Parish Councillors, Steering Group members and Village Task Group members will attend to provide information, answer questions and receive feedback.
Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan
The draft Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan has now been published. This covers the development plans for the entire AVDC area.
The next stage is an 8 week consultation on the draft version of the plan, taking place between the 7 July and 5 September 2016. A series of drop in sessions will be held and details of these can be found on the website http://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/vale-aylesbury-local-plan-draft-plan.
The evidence that has been prepared to support the draft plan can also be found at http://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/supporting-evidence.
All parishioners can comment on the draft plan during the consultation period.
Details covering the specific plans for our parish will be covered in our 'Open House' meetings. Details above.
Reporting Pavement, Pothole, Fly Tipping & Rights of Way Issues
Please report any pavement issues, potholes, and Rights of Way issues to http://www.transportforbucks.net/Tell-us.aspx If possible please take a photo of the problem and upload it when making the report.
Please report fly tipping to http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/environment/waste,-recycling-and-treatment/flytipping/report-fly-tipping/ or call 01296 480771 or 0845 330 1856.
Edlesborough Parish Council currently has vacant allotments. Anyone wishing to take on an allotment should contact the Parish Clerk. Fees are £1:80 per pole and plots range in size from 5 – 20 poles.
The EDaN Traffic Management team are looking for volunteers to help with their new Sentinel device. If you have an interest in slowing down traffic in the villages or are concerned about Road Safety, please contact Louise Turner on 01442 843123 or by email at [email protected].uk
Ivinghoe Residents Association
The Ivinghoe Way Residents Association are appealing for your help & support in their fight to reduce the speed limit and improve road safety at the junctions of the A4146 with Ivinghoe Way and Pebblemoor.
Edlesborough Parish Council has tried twice in the past to get the speed limit reduced, and continue to support this appeal.
Parishioners can add their support by writing directly to BCC at:
Mr Neil Gibson, Interim Chief Executive at Buckinghamshire County Council, [email protected]
and Mr P Francis, Senior Technician, Road Safety at Buckinghamshire County Council, [email protected]
Address for both – County Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP20 1UA
Transport for Bucks have advised the Parish Council that a works order has been raised for the repainting of the road markings at this junction.
It has been confirmed by Transport for Bucks that the Ford Road between Pebblemoor and the county boundary will be closed for resurfacing between the hours of 7am - 7pm. This work will be carried out at some point between 20th June - 12th September 2016.
Carnival Parking Restrictions
An application has been submitted to Bucks CC for temporary parking restrictions on High Street, Edlesborough from Church End to Moor End from 12:30 – 13:30 on the day of St Marys Village Carnival on Saturday 2nd July.
The council asks all parishioners to remember to park considerately, away from the route, to ensure the procession can travel through the village smoothly and to ensure the safety of all.
Edlesborough Parish Council Meetings
The next Edlesborough Parish Council Meetings will take place as follows
- Edlesborough Memorial Hall, Thursday 21st July 2016
Edlesborough Memorial Hall, Thursday 20th September 2016
- The meetings will commence at 7:30pm.
All Parishioners are welcome to attend all Ordinary Parish Council meetings and may ask questions, raise issues and give suggestions during the Open Forum before the formal start of the meeting.
The full minutes of the Parish Council meetings are normally available to view on the website or from the Parish Clerk.
Clerk to Edlesborough Parish Council: Penny Pataky, 01525 229 358
or email: [email protected]
Please note office hours are Monday-Friday 10.30am-2.30pm. Messages may be left on an answer phone outside of these hours.
Focus - July 2016 was published on June 23, 2016