Highways

 

Beauchamp Roding

 

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1)

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of School Lane, Ongar

Please click on the following link 

https://roadworks.org?tm=106195897 

to find details of the intended closure of School Lane, due to commence on 25th September 2018 for 2 days (works to take place between 09:30 - 15:30). The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while BT undertakes repairing overhead service.

Regards,

Essex Streetworks Team

Highways

Ringway Jacobs | Essex County Council

September 5 2018

 

 

 

Essex County Council is responsible for highways. [Link to Website]

 

West Area Highways Office - covers the following districts:

Brentwood District     Epping Forest District     Harlow District   Uttlesford District

 

To contacts Highways:

 

Highways & Transportation                  

West Area Office

Goodman House

Station Approach

Harlow  CM20 2ET

 

Telephone:  0845 6037621                                              Fax:   01279 404650 

Email:   highways.westarea@essex.gov.uk  

 

To report a fault online click on the following: 

 

 www.essex.gov.uk/highwayfaultreporting                  

 

 

The parish council seeks to get our fair share of their attention and budget. Typical matters that are brought to our attention are: -

 

  • Pot holes
  • Missing signposts
  • Grass verge cutting
  • Drainage and flooding

 

We have long standing campaigns to improve car parking in School Lane, Abbess; and to lower the speed limit on the B184. We have been assured several times that the improved parking is on a list to be done.

 

The district council (Link) looks after Public Rights of Way (PRoW’s) on behalf of ECC. Our parish is well endowed with footpaths; the Three Forests Way traverses the middle of the parish, and the Essex Way passes through the edge of Berners. There are also a few bridleways and byways. The ordnance survey explorer maps show PRoW’s; our parish is on map 183. The parish council holds a copy of the ‘definitive’ map of PRoW’s. that may be examined on request.

 

The ‘Right to Roam’ Act (properly named ‘The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000) created open access to mountain, moor and heath. There are no mountains, moors or heaths in our parish so we have no ‘right to roam’ in this area.