THE NEXT MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL BE THE ORDINARY MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY 5TH DECEMBER 2017 AT 7.30 PM IN ST NICHOLAS VILLAGE HALL TO SEE THE AGENDA FOR THIS MEETING GO TO AGENDAS PAGE ON THE LIST ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE HOME PAGE .
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TO SEE LOCAL PLANNING APPLICATIONS click here
The Maldon District Local Development Plan (2014-2029) has now been approved by the Secretary of State and can be viewed on the Maldon District Council website.
BECKINGHAM STREET/TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY ROAD (VILLAGE HALL) JUNCTION IMPROVEMENTS
Now that work has been completed at St Nicholas Village Hall, the Parish Council is anxious to move forward with highways improvements at this junction. To see the options suggested by the Local Highways Panel, click here
Essex County Council Where Does The Water Go? scheme
This scheme aims to map the course of waterways and ditches in a parish. It relies on volunteers to do this work, and full training will be given. If you are interested in helping with this, please contact the parish clerk. For further details of the scheme, click here
URGENT - URGENT - HELP REDUCE SPEEDING THROUGH OUR VILLAGE - URGENT -
Tolleshunt Major Community Speed Watch Group.
Community speed watch groups are volunteers who use speed detection devices to monitor the speed of vehicles travelling through areas where they live and they pass details of those exceeding the speed limit to the police. Letters are then sent to the registered drivers with the aim of educating them to change their behaviour, reduce their speed and make our roads safer.
At the request of the Parish Council the PCSO responsible visited Tolleshunt Major recently and decided that the wide grass verge at the junction of Tudwick Road Tolleshunt D’Arcy Road would be a suitable place to setup the initial speed watch. He also agreed to train the volunteers here in the village at the Church Rooms. The required equipment will be provided by Essex Police.
The training can only be carried out on a weekday morning and more volunteers are urgently needed to give two hours of their time to be trained in this valuable community work. Once trained speed watch periods can be decided by the group members at times to suit themselves.
If you can help please contact Hazel Steele on 01621 860642 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the dates you could be available for training during the next three weeks.
Essex Highways New Interactive Public Rights of Way map can now be found at www.essex.gov.uk/highways - access through the Public Rights of Way section.