ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1)

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Wilsons Lane, Marks Tey 

Please click on the following link https://roadworks.org?tm=114152753 to find details of the intended closure of Wilsons Lane, due to commence on 30th September 2019 for 26 days. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while Anglian Water undertakes pipe installation.

 

Regards,

 

Essex Streetworks Team

 

Highways

Ringway Jacobs | Essex County Council

3rd Floor, Seax House, Market Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1QH

Website: http://www.essex.gov.uk/highways

18:26, 17 Sep 2019 by Gemma Humphries

As you are aware, an important part of the role of Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is to engage with the residents and communities of Essex and give people a voice in terms of policing, fire and other community safety issues.

Three and a half years ago, we asked the public what they wanted from Essex Police.Working with police officers, staff and volunteers, as well as partners from across Essex, we took what they told us and developed the 2016 Police and Crime Plan. The plan set out our seven policing priorities to protect Essex, which are:

  • More local, visible and accessible policing
  • Crack down on anti-social behaviour
  • Breaking the cycle of domestic abuse
  • Reverse the trend in serious violence
  • Tackle gangs and organised crime
  • Protecting children and vulnerable people
  • Improve safety on our roads

We have been working hard with partners over the last three and a half years to deliver against the Police and Crime Plan. Working together with you, we have achieved a lot.Working with Essex Police, we have built a more modern, efficient and effective force, that is growing and better connected to our communities. Highlights include:

  • Delivering the funding to enable Essex Police to be a growing force. It will have 368 more officers by April 2020 than it had in 2016. Essex also has the second largest and fastest growing Special Constabulary in the country.
  • Working to bring the numbers of incidents relating to anti-social behaviour, burglary and theft down.
  • Leading the fight against gangs, county lines and violence with the development of a specialist Violence Reduction Unit.

However, our challenges are continuing to change and we know we need to do more to tackle violence in our communities and see the reduction we have achieved in anti-social behaviour, burglary and theft mirrored in violent crime and drugs.We want to prevent crime happening in the first place and we can achieve this by working with you so there is no space for criminals to thrive, as well as ensuring the most vulnerable people in communities remain safe.

Over the next few months, we will be showing residents how their views have made a difference as well as asking them to #MakeADifference and tell us what they want from their police force over the next four years. We will be telling the story of our journey and highlighting some of the achievements we have made against each of our priorities.

The feedback we get will help us to shape the next Police and Crime Plan. We are asking the public for their views at an early stage to help formulate our thinking prior to developing the next Police and Crime Plan after May 2020. We would welcome your contribution now and will also be providing more structured opportunities after May 2020.

A link to the survey is here https://www.essex.pfcc.police.uk/make-a-difference/. Hard copies will be available on request and in local libraries and other public buildings.

We will share the feedback we receive from the residents of Essex with you as our engagement process progresses.

Yours faithfully, 

Roger Hirst

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex

11:36, 17 Sep 2019 by Brigitte Taylor

Curry-night

14:15, 10 Sep 2019 by Brigitte Taylor

Litter Pick

13:50, 10 Sep 2019 by Brigitte Taylor

NOTIFICATION OF START OF WORKS –A12 Junction 26 – 27 Northbound
I am writing to introduce Graham Construction Ltd as the principal contractor working on behalf of Highways England. We will soon be carrying out work along the A12 between junction 26 to 27, which includes carriageway repairs and the replacement of road markings and studs.
Works will commence mid October 2019 and are due to last over two weekends. We will continue to keep you informed of the work as it progresses and advise you of any changes to our programme or traffic management if required.
A further letter with greater detail setting out our upcoming works and diversion routes in your vicinity will be delivered in advance of the scheme starting.
If you have any questions in relation to this letter, please feel free to contact us via the Highways England Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000, or by emailing HEWorks@graham.co.uk
Yours sincerely
Jonathan Wright
Stakeholder & Communications Officer
GRAHAM Construction
Email: Jonathan.Wright@graham.co.uk

08:33, 03 Sep 2019 by Gemma Humphries

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(2)

Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice of North Lane

Please click on the following link https://roadworks.org?tm=114664287 to find details of the closure of North Lane, due to commence on 5th September 2019 for 2 days. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce whilst UK Power Networks undertakes repair customer service.

Regards,

Essex Streetworks Team

Highways

Ringway Jacobs | Essex County Council

17:12, 27 Aug 2019 by Brigitte Taylor
Could you spend a couple of hours a week or even an hour a month helping a family with a child who accesses the hospices in their own home?
Caring for a seriously ill child or young person can put a lot of extra demand on a family. The aim of the Help at Home service is to put a caring individual into a family’s home to provide everyday practical support such a cooking, sibling support, cleaning and gardening. The Hospice provide you with the necessary support and training, all you need to do is provide some of your precious time. If you would like any more information or to apply then please contact Hugh at hugh.mcelhinney@each.org.uk or call 07714737139.
Thank You.
15:37, 22 Aug 2019 by Brigitte Taylor

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