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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE
CHEQUERS LANE, EVERSLEY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act
1984 that Hampshire County Council, because of works on or near the road,
considers that the closure to the road(s) mentioned below should come into force
ROAD(S) TO BE CLOSED: that length of Chequers Lane, Eversley, adjacent to the
property known as Raylbert, 100m from the junction with Up Green, as indicated by
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Via Reading Road, Marsh Lane, Up Green and vice versa,
as indicated by traffic signs.
DURATION OF THIS NOTICE: from 1st July 2022 for a maximum period of five
days. An order will be made to enable this closure to stay in force for approximately
21 days. (Notwithstanding the above, it is expected that the closure will be required
for no longer than 14 days).
Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the
work is being carried out.
If you have any queries regarding the above, please contact Cappagh Construction
on 020 8947 4000.
Accounts for the Financial year 2021/2022
The status of the Accounting Statements are unaudited and that the Accounting Statements as published may be subject to change.
Eversley Parish Council – Annual Governance & Accountability Return – Section 1 AGAR part 1
Eversley Parish Council – Annual Governance & Accountability Return – Section 2 AGAR part 2
Eversley Parish Council – Annual Governance & Accountability Return – Internal Audit Report Internal Audit
Eversley Parish Council – Significant variances – 2021-2222 Explanation-of-Variances-2021-22
Eversley Parish Council- Significant variances explanation – 2021-22 Explanantion of significant variances 2021-22
Vacancies on Parish Council
There are 2 vacancies on the Parish Council following the resignation of Cllr Neville and Cllr McNeil.
Please see our vacancies page and contact the Parish Clerk if interested.
Operation Resilience will shortly be completing the remainder of the carriageway surface repairs (crack seal) in localised areas along Eversley Centre, Eversley Cross, from Fox Lane to Reading Road.
The works are currently programmed to start on the 15th June 2022 for up to 1 night and will be undertaken between the hours of 20:00 and 06:00hrs.
Information signs advising road users of the works have already been erected.
**** New Play Area at Cross Green is NOW OPEN! ****
Planning application 21/01670/FUL
The due date for a decision on planning application 21/01670/FUL was 1 September 2021 and the agreed expiry date was 15th October 2021. The website now notes that the Standard Consultation Expiry Date has been extended until 16 March 2022.
In the absence of a decision by the due date, EPC has, over the past six months, been pressing for a decision to be made. However, this has proved fruitless and information about the application has not been forthcoming: for example, the planning website does not appear to include all correspondence between the case officer and the applicant/agent. This means that residents and the Parish Council have been unaware of what further information has been requested and what, if any, agreements have been reached to extend the consultation period and to delay the agreed expiry date.
Against this backdrop, Eversley Parish Council (EPC) has written to very senior officers in Hart District Council to express its deep concern about the excessive delay in making a decision in this case, and the way it has been handled. The letter:
- Asks if the planning officer has requested any further reports or information; and if he has, what is the deadline for response and the time-frame within which he will assess the responses.
- Asks within what timeframe a decision will be made.
- Expresses its disquiet at the Planning Authority’s lack of communication and transparency and the effect this has on residents’ trust in the planning process.
Given that all the necessary information appears to be to hand, EPC has expressed the view that it would not be unreasonable to expect a decision within the next week or two.”
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In an emergency where there is a risk to life or property, dial 999
In a non-emergency, call 101
For urgent care advice and mental health support, call the NHS on 111
To report a power cut, dial 105
For telephone service issues, call Openreach on 0800 023 2023
For water supply emergency, contact your water provider – Southern Water (0330 303 0368), South East Water (0333 000 0365), Portsmouth Water (02392 477999)
For gas-related emergencies such as a gas leak call 0800 111 999.
Weather advice: www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/advice/
Fallen trees 0300 555 1388 or through https://www.hants.gov.uk/…/roadm…/roadproblems/treehedge.
Hart District Council’s Platinum Jubilee webpage has now gone live and the grant scheme will be open from 4 January 2022.
Please do take a look at the webpage and share with your communities.
WARBROOK LANE, DRAINAGE WORKS – PHASE 2
NOTIFICATION OF WORKS
Works are to resume at the East end of Warbrook Lane, to address flooding in the local area. Works will include pipe and headwalls installation to improve distribution of water to address potential flood events.
Works are planned to resume in the week beginning 28 February 2022 and are anticipated to take up to 3 weeks.
The works will be carried out under a road closure which will remain closed overnight for safety purposes. The specific dates of the road closure will be provided on information signs to be erected in due course. The diversion route for the closure is shown overleaf. Access will be maintained to properties at all times.
Working hours will be between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday with the possibility of some Saturdays dependent on progress. Our contractor will endeavour to keep noise and disruption to a minimum during these works.
Questions about the work can be raised directly with Hampshire County Council via email to
email@example.com or you can contact them on 0300 555 1388.
Changes to the Highway Code
As of 29th January 2022, The Highway Code has changed. These advisory changes have been implemented to improve safety for people walking, cycling and horse riding.
Every road user still has a responsibility to keep themselves and each other safe, and the changes mean being ready to give priority, leave space and
be considerate of others.
In summary, irrespective of your method of transport, a new hierarchy of road users has been introduced to ensure those who can do the greatest harm have the greatest responsibility to reduce the danger or threat they may pose to others.
- Giving people crossing and waiting to cross and cyclists (or people cycling) going straight ahead priority when turning in and out of junctions
- Giving plenty of space when passing people cycling and horse riders
- And making sure we’re acting with responsibility and respect to all road users
- You now should give people crossing and waiting to cross and cyclists going straight ahead priority when turning in and out of junctions.
- You now should leave at least 1.5 metres when overtaking people cycling at speeds of up to 30mph, and give them more space when overtaking at
- When driving, you should now pass horse riders and horse-drawn vehicles at speeds under 10 mph and allow at least 2 metres of space.
- You should now allow at least 2 metres of space and keep to a low speed when passing a pedestrian who is walking in the road.
- Car users should now open their doors with the hand furthest from the door, to help them look over their shoulder to see cyclists or pedestrians nearby.
- People may cycle in the centre of the lane or two abreast for their own safety, whilst allowing others to overtake when it is safe for them to do so.
The changes can be can be viewed in full here or by visiting:
Road Closure -Longwater Lane, Eversley
As part of the annual programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience, we will shortly be undertaking carriageway surface repairs in Longwater Road, Eversley; from the B3272 Reading Road to the County Boundary.
This is in preparation for a proposed surface treatment, which if undertaken, will be carried out during 2022. You will receive separate notification for this work.
The works are currently programmed to start on Tuesday 15th February 2022 and are expected to last for up to 1 day, with the works being carried out under temporary traffic lights from approximately 07:30 to 18:00hrs.
Should you have any queries or require further information please contact Hampshire Highways www.hants.gov.uk/roads
If you notice bad flooding on the road, please report it
Monday to Friday, 8.30 to 5pm, call 0300 555 1288 to report to Hampshire County Council.
Out of hours, please call 101.
Accounts for the Financial year 2020/2021
Completion of Audit of Annual Accounts 2020/2021
Notice of Conclusions Of Audit Notice of conclusion of audit
There were no matters which required the issuing of a separate or additional issues report
Accounts for the Financial year 2019/2020
Completion of Audit of Annual Accounts 2019/2020
Notice of Conclusions Of Audit Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2019/2020
There were no matters which required the issuing of a separate or additional issues report
Trusted sources of information:
NHS advice can be found here.
The latest government guidance can be found here.
If you can help in any way, please sign up with Hart Voluntary Action.
If you are self-isolating at home and need help or support of any kind, please contact
Hart Voluntary Action
01252 815652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
or visit the website: https://www.hartvolaction.org.uk/contact/
Thames Water have asked us to send around information on the Thames Water priority service that they run for customers who may need extra support.
By signing up to Thames Water’s free priority services register, Thames Water can tailor their services to residents and prioritise how they support residents if there is an interruption in supply or you have other issues.
Residents can sign up the Thames Water register if they or a family member:
- are eligible for a pension
- have restricted mobility or a physical disability
- have a chronic or serious illness
- need a consistent supply of water for a medical condition or equipment (such as dialysis or skin conditions)
- in need of foreign language or further communication support (such as dyslexia)
- have problems making decisions that affect your daily life (such as dementia)
- are registered blind or partially sighted
- are deaf or hard of hearing
- are living with a mental health condition
- are experiencing temporary life changes
- are a family with young children under 5
For further information and to sign up to the priority service please see the link below.
Soon you’ll need to register your car with Hampshire County Council in order to continue using the household tip free of charge. Please visit hants.gov.uk/wasteandrecycl … for more info and to register now. https://twitter.com/hantsconnect/status/1217005100943728640
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