Emergency road closure in the Parish of Caistor St Edmund due to burst water main

In accordance with the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, the Norfolk County Council HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that owing to a burst water main the use by vehicles of the C189 Caistor Lane from a point 420 metres east of its junction with U78193 High Ash Lane for a distance of 30metres eastwards in the PARISH OF CAISTOR ST. EDMUND will be temporarily prohibited from 20th June 2018 to 26th June 2018 for the duration of the works, expected to be about days within the period. If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 21 days.

Alternative route is via: Caistor Lane, B1332 Norwich Road, Stoke Road, Poringland Road, Long Lane, Norwich Road, Stoke Lane (Poringland/ Framingham Earl/ Stoke Holy Cross/ Caistor St. Edmund).

Further details attached – Caistor St Edmund STRO1788 Emergency (1)

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New guide to care and support in Norfolk – a crucial time for information

A new, updated Norfolk – Your guide to care and support for adults 2018/19 has been published today in association with Norfolk County Council. It gives readers crucial information on how to find and access care and support services throughout the county.

If you are looking for information on what your choices may be, this guide can help. With information to help you understand your options, where to go for advice and how the paying for care system works, the guide can support you to make informed decisions.

The new edition of Norfolk – Your guide to care and support for adults 2018/19 and accompanying website give information on all aspects of arranging care and support in and around Norfolk. It includes information about how to stay independent for as long as possible, the different care and support options available and what to look for when choosing a care provider if you need one.

It also offers guidance on important issues such as paying for care and what financial assistance may be available from the local authority. There are comprehensive listings of all registered care services throughout Norfolk, plus checklists to help you ask the right questions when visiting services.

It can be downloaded from www.norfolk.gov.uk/careservices and is available in spoken word. For a free copy of Norfolk – Your guide to care and support for adults 2018/19 contact Norfolk County Council on 0344 800 8020 or email information@norfolk.gov.uk. It is also available throughout the region from various outlets including hospitals, GP surgeries, Age UK and the Alzheimer’s Society.

Robert Chamberlain, Managing Director of the guide’s publisher, Care Choices, commented: “This is an invaluable source of information for anyone considering short or long term care in Norfolk, and contains vital information to help people decide what type of care and support is best for them.

“Finding a care service for yourself or a loved one that meets their needs and is affordable can be a daunting and unfamiliar task. This new Norfolk Your guide to care and support for adults has been compiled to help people understand the process and offer them reassurance at every step of their journey.”

Care Choices is the UK’s largest independent publisher for social care and adults with additional needs. It is also the largest publisher of care directories for local authorities in England.

Hornsea Project Three – Community Newsletter – June 2018

Please find attached a copy of the latest Hornsea Project Three community newsletter –180618_Hornsea Three Community Newsletter June 2018 (1)

In this edition, we provide an update on our Development Consent Order (DCO) application, which has been accepted by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) for examination. We also provide you with updates on the key changes that we have made to the Project as a result of your feedback and provide information on how you can continue to get involved in the process, including how to register as an Interested Party with PINS and make a written representation (this information is also available on PINS’ website at https://infrastructure.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/projects/eastern/hornsea-project-three-offshore-wind-farm/).

This newsletter marks the end of the pre-application consultation period for Hornsea Project Three and is the final pre-application edition of our newsletter following submission of our DCO application to PINS in May 2018.

We would like to thank everyone who has engaged in the process, by either attending one of our events or meetings, responding to one of our consultations or by contacting us directly.

If the application is successful, construction of Hornsea Project Three could commence as early as late 2020. During the construction period, we will continue to produce newsletters to ensure local communities are kept informed. If you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future updates from us, please confirm by responding to this email.

You can view the full application on our website here: http://hornseaproject3.co.uk/en/Application-documents

Hornsea Project Three Offshore Wind Farm: Notice of Acceptance of an application for a Development Consent Order

Section 56 of the Planning Act 2008, Regulation 8 of The Infrastructure Planning (Applications: Prescribed Forms and Procedure) Regulations 2009 and Regulation 13 of The Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2009

On 8th June 2018, the Planning Inspectorate, on behalf of the Secretary of State, accepted for examination an application by Orsted Hornsea Project Three (UK) Ltd. of 5 Howick Place, London, SW1P 1WG for a Development Consent Order (“DCO”) under the Planning Act 2008 (“the Application”).

The reference number for the Application is: EN010080.

The Application is for development consent to construct, operate and maintain Hornsea Three. Hornsea Three is the third development proposed within the former Hornsea Zone, and it comprises up to 300 wind turbine generators together with associated offshore and onshore infrastructure and all associated development.

Hornsea Three is located within the former Hornsea Zone, to the east of Hornsea Project One and Hornsea Project Two. It is located 121 km off the Norfolk coast and 160 km off the Yorkshire coast, and covers an area of approximately 696 km2.

Under the Planning Act 2008, Ørsted is required to serve notice upon you that the Application was accepted for examination by the Planning Inspectorate on behalf of the Secretary of State. The Application will now move to the pre-examination and examination phases of the procedure established under the Planning Act 2008, for the consideration of applications for development consent for nationally significant infrastructure projects.

Formal notice that the Application has been accepted is being given in accordance with Section 56 of the Planning Act 2008, Regulation 8 of the Infrastructure Planning (Applications: Prescribed Forms and Procedure) Regulations 2009 (“APFP Regulations”) and Regulation 13 of the Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2009 (“EIA Regulations 2009”).

In compliance with these provisions, Ørsted attaches to this email:

A notice issued in accordance with section 56 of the Planning Act 2008 and Regulation 13 of the Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2009 (“Section 56 Notice”); and
A plan showing the location of the proposed development including offshore and onshore cable corridors.

You have been identified as a person or organisation by the Sectary of State under Section 56 of the Planning Act 2008 and/or the APFP Regulations 2009 and/or the EIA Regulations 2009 that must be notified of the acceptance of the Application.

The Section 56 Notice:

Sets out a summary of the main proposals for the Project;
Contains details of the various powers sought in the DCO;
Explains that the Project is classified as “EIA development” for the purposes of the Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2009;
Provides details of where and when you can view the full suite of application documents free of charge;
Provides details of how to obtain hard copies of the application documents and the costs; and
Explains how to make representations (giving notice of your interest in, or objection to, the Application).

The Application falls under the EIA Regulations 2009 regime and not the Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017 (“EIA Regulations 2017”) regime. This is because a scoping opinion was requested from the Secretary of State under the EIA Regulations 2009 before the commencement of the EIA Regulations 2017. This means that, in accordance with the transitional arrangements at Regulation 37 of the EIA Regulations 2017, the EIA Regulations 2009 will continue to apply to the Application.

Please note that representations must be received by the Planning Inspectorate by 11:59pm on 22 July 2018.

Hornsea Project Three_Section 56 Notice (1)

Hornsea Project Three_Plan to accompany Section 56 Notice (1)

 

Littering along Markshall Lane

It has been brought to the Parish Council’s attention that there has been a deliberate littering of white paper along Markshall Lane on several occasions. South Norfolk Council endeavour to clear this litter up as soon as possible. If anyone sees such instances of littering please could we ask that these are reported to the Parish Council and if possible evidence such as a license plate of the offender(s) is provided as this may enable South Norfolk Council to prosecute the offender(s). Thank you for helping the Parish Council keep our Parish tidy and litter free. To report any instances please e-mail the Parish Clerk @ csepc@hotmail.co.uk.

Bixley B1332 Bungay Road Surfacing

Works are programmed to begin on or soon after Monday 2nd July 2018 to resurface a section of the carriageway on the B1332 Bungay Rd. The works will extend 2176m south of a point 60m south from the A146 Loddon Road / B1332 Bungay Road junction. The works are expected to take 20 evenings to complete, weather permitting.

During the resurfacing operations it will be necessary to close the road to all through traffic (07.00pm to 06.00 am Monday to Friday) and during this period a signed diversion will be in place. These measures are essential to safely carry out the necessary maintenance works to the highway.

Norwich Western Link – Public Consultation

The final section of the Northern Distributor Road, or Broadland Northway, has opened which is significantly shortening journey times for many people as well as changing the way people travel around the greater Norwich area.

We are currently in the middle of an eight week public consultation about the Norwich Western Link, asking people about their experiences of travelling through the area to the west of Norwich and what, if anything, they think we should do to tackle any transport issues that exist.

The consultation closes at midnight on Tuesday 3 July and, if you haven’t done so already, I would urge you to make your views known and respond to the consultation via www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl before it closes. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete the consultation questionnaire and it’s very important we get as many responses as possible, from a wide range of people, so that we can factor these insights and opinions into our decision-making.

Please note, at this stage we are not proposing any options – we are gathering evidence to come up with what we hope will be the most effective proposals. At the point that we have any proposals, we will carry out further consultation on these.

Norwich Western Link
Infrastructure Delivery
Community and Environmental Services Department

Caistor Church services for June 2018

Please find details below of Caistor Church services for June 2018:

Sunday 3rd June 0900 Traditional Holy Communion

Sunday 10th June 0930 Praise and Worship

Sunday 17th June 0930 Family Service

Sunday 24th June 0900 Traditional Holy Communion

You are most welcome to join us any of these services.

We would also love to see you at ‘Come for Coffee’, which is being held at Caistor Church each Thursday morning during May and June from 10:00 – 12:00. This is a lovely opportunity to meet with friends, or make new, over coffee and cake, or perhaps after you have had a walk round the Roman Town.