The Parish Council would like to inform residents of the following letter from Staffordshire County Council.
Built Communities, 2 Staffordshire Place Tipping Street Stafford ST16 2DH
Proposed Road Safety Improvements – Bramshall Road/Stone Road, Bramshall
Our Ref: CDL4262/01
Dear Sir or Madam,
As part of its ongoing review of the safety of the highway network, Staffordshire County Council (working in partnership with Amey) are proposing to provide road safety improvements along Bramshall Road/Stone Road, between Ivinson Way and the Railway Crossing
These improvements are proposed following S106 monies being secured from new developments within the village and DHP prioritisation from the County Councillor.
The proposals comprise of:
Speed limit reduction on the approaches to the village from 60 mph to 40 mph.
Improved gateway markings at the village entry.
Installation of two buildout traffic calming features to create a priority system for traffic in the village.
The anticipated start date for the scheme is late autumn 2018 and works will last for approximately 4 weeks. This will follow the required Traffic Regulation Order, TRO, process.
Please see the attached drawing (D6665T/R00/04 – C0) for details of the scheme.
We are undertaking a Traffic Regulation Order, TRO, consultation in order to obtain the necessary support to progress the scheme further. If appropriate, could you forward your support and any comments in writing to the above address by 17th August 2018. If no response is received by this date then support for the scheme will be assumed.
Please use the response slip below, to contact Staffordshire County Council.
Bramshall Traffic Calming CDT6625-R00-04 – P0 – Consultation Drawing
Bramshall Traffic Calming Consultation letter
Bramshall Traffic Calming response slip
The Parish Council report all potholes and Highways issues to Staffordshire County Council and keep a log.
The Councillors voted to put this log onto the website, in order that residents are aware of the reported issues.
Highways Log – Website 25.07.2018
The Parish Council have received a newsletter from Staffordshire Police, please click on the link below to read it.
Staffordshire Police Newsletter July 2018
The Parish Council have received details from East Staffordshire Borough Council about an update to the Staffordshire Prepared website.
This updated website gives advice on how individuals, businesses and the community can better prepare themselves in preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies.
The Councillors hope that you find this information of help.
STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991 DIVERSION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC HOOK LANE AND CREIGHTON LANE, STRAMSHALL
NOTICE is hereby given that the Staffordshire County Council on 14 August 2018 made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in the following lengths of:
Hook Lane in Stramshall at its junction with Creighton Lane and Creighton Lane in Stramshall at its junction with Hook Lane; unless the vehicle is being used in connection with the works; or unless the vehicle requires access to premises on the length of road or is being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes. Pedestrian access will be available when required.
An alternative route for traffic is available via Hook Lane, Old Uttoxeter Road, B5030 Ashbourne Road, A518 Ashbourne Road, Stramshall Road, Creighton Lane and vice versa. For more information, visit: https://roadworks.org? tm=106120242.
The order will come into operation from 09:30 hours on 21 August 2018 and the said works will commence on or as near as practicable to that date. It is anticipated that the works will be completed by 15:30 hours on the same day.
The Order will remain in force for a period of 18 months, or until the BT overhead structure works, which it is proposed to carry out on or near the road have been completed, whichever is the earlier.
Date: 15 August 2018 John Tradewell, Director for Strategy, Governance & Change, No. 2 Staffordshire Place, Tipping Street, Stafford. ST16 2DH Ref: 4126620 Enquiries: Customer Contact Centre Tel: 0300 111 8000 www.staffordshire.gov.uk/trafficregulationorders http://roadworks.org
The Chair of Uttoxeter Rural Parish Council is delighted to announce a new Councillor to the Parish Council.
Mr Matt Slater, from Bramshall, was coopted onto the Parish Council on 3rd July 2018.
Staffordshire County Council has updated the Parish Council on the road closure below:
With the new bridge in place and slip roads integrated into the dual carriageway the A50 Project A scheme is nearing completion.
One of the final, big steps is the removal of the south embankment which raises the A522 up to the ‘old’ bridge which crosses the A50.
Workers will lower the area by approximately 20 feet, to allow the installation of new drains and utilities. We will also complete the outstanding stretch of the new A522 carriageway, footpaths and street lighting to connect it to the new junction and bridge across the A50.
To do this the A522 will be completely closed to all vehicles, just west of Tunnicliffe Way, 24-hours-a-day from 5am Monday, July 16 to Friday, September 28.
The slip roads, ‘on’ and ‘off’ the A50, from the A522 New Road roundabout will also be closed at the same time.
We have deliberately scheduled this essential phase of the project to coincide with both the summer holiday closure of the JCB Heavy Products factory and the school summer holidays when traffic levels will be lower. There is no doubt this will cause some inconvenience and I appreciate your patience while we carry out this important work.
Diversions will be clearly signposted and maps showing the alternative routes are available here or by going to www.staffordshire.gov.uk and searching for ‘A50’.
Traffic travelling west on the A522 towards Tean will be diverted on to the A50 at the B5030 McDonald’s roundabout and then leave the A50 at the new junction, use the new bridge and re-join the A522.
Traffic travelling east on the A522 towards Uttoxeter will be diverted on to the eastbound A50 and at the B5030 roundabout those wanting Uttoxeter town centre will be directed left towards the A518 The Dove Way.
Pedestrians will still be able to travel in both directions by following a short, signposted diversion between Tunnicliffe Way and The Parks, which passes through Torrance Grove and along a temporarily lit and resurfaced public footpath. Cyclists can also use the route but are asked to dismount on the public footpath.
Access to the Shell petrol station, which stands a few hundred yards west of the B5030 roundabout on the westbound carriageway will be maintained at all times.
There are also overnight closures of the A50 planned for the nights of:
Friday, July 6th, 8pm to 5.30am: the westbound carriageway will be closed and the eastbound open as usual;
Saturday, July 7th, 8pm to 5.30am: the eastbound carriageway will be closed and the westbound open;
Saturday, July 14, and Sunday July 15, 8pm to 5.30am: closed in both directions.
During the closures of the A50, we will put a fully signposted diversion route in place, suitable for all vehicles including HGVs. Highways England will put advance notices warning of the closures on its wider A-road and motorway network to encourage traffic to take alternative routes on the nights of the closures.
Traffic heading west will be diverted northwards from the A50 on to the B5030 for a few hundred yards to the roundabout with the A518. Traffic will turn right there, cross back over the A50 along Dove Way and continue on the A518 clockwise around Uttoxeter and follow the road towards Stafford. Vehicles will then follow the A51 and A34 towards Stoke-on-Trent and then on to the A500 and A50. The route is reversed from the west.
The Parish Council have been informed by East Staffordshire Borough Council of a road closure on 12th July 2018.
Please see below the document with full details
Road Closure 12.07.2018 JCB LAkeside race