Eaton Bray Parish Council
Minutes of 7th March 2016
Below is a summary of the minutes of the Eaton Bray Parish Council Meeting of 7th March 2016.
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Summary of Minutes - 7th March 2016
Central Beds Council (CBC) - Councillor Ken Janes
- Cllr. Janes confirmed that the HGV Weight Restrictions are in force and that vehicles breaking this restriction should be reported to CBC Highways who will review and write to the owner of the vehicle highlighting the new restrictions. It's important to get the registration mark of the vehicle and if possible the branding of the vehicle owner. A photo of the vehicle is also useful.
- Reporting of HGV restriction offences: Central Bedfordshire Council, Highways Department.
If you wish to contact your Local Policing Team then please contact: Non–emergency call 101 / All emergencies 999
Planning Application: CB/16/00717/OUT;
Land Off Totternhoe Road/The Rye, LU6 2BQ
The Parish Council objected to the above planning application and sent their recommendations to Peter Vosper, Planning Officer, CBC. To view the council's full response follow the link: EBPC response to Planning Application CB/16/00717/OUT
It has again been brought to the Council's attention the problem of poorly parked cars within the parish - parking on public footpaths, blocking access for pedestrians, causing obstruction and parking opposite junctions.
Parking on the pavements/blocking junctions is a highways offence and enforceable with a fixed penalty notice. It is also dangerous to those who have to walk out onto the road to pass the vehicle and for those using hazardous junctions. The Council request that vehicle owners do not park their vehicles on the pavements or part opposite junctions.
The Police will be informed and enforcement action taken.
Next Council Meetings
- Monday 4th April 2016, from 7.30pm, in the Coffee Tavern (1st floor).
- Monday 9th May 2016, from 7.30pm, in the Coffee Tavern (1st floor).
The Parish Clerk can be contacted using the details shown on the Eaton Bray Parish Council home page.