Broughton Astley Parish Council

Serving the people of Broughton Astley

Clerk: Debbie Barber
Council Office, Station Road
Broughton Astley, Leicester
LE9 6PT

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Latest News

COMMUNITY SAFETY PARTNERSHIP NEWSLETTER - Issue 8

Posted: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 11:59 by Debbie Barber

Please see attached the latest copy of the Community Safety Partnership newsletter.

PROPOSED SPEED RESTRICTIONS - B4114

Posted: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 10:23 by Debbie Barber

Notice has been received from Leicestershire County Council Highways on the proposed 50mph speed restrictions on:

Various lengths of B4114 from Croft to its junction with A5

Broughton Road, Croft

B581 from Stoney Stanton to Broughton Astley More »

B4669 from B4114 to M69

Sharnford Road, Sapcote from B4117 Coventry Road, Sapcote

Objections to the proposals, specifying the grounds on which they are made, should be sent in writing to Lauren Haslam, Director of Law and Governance, County Hall, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8RA or emailed to Sophie.robinson@leics.gov.uk no later than 2 March 2020. » Less

UPDATE ON ROAD CLOSURES

Posted: Sun, 09 Feb 2020 11:38 by Debbie Barber

Following a meeting last week with Leicestershire County Council Highways Department and subsequent emails since, as Parish Manager I can confirm that I was able to raise concerns and complaints received from residents over the road closures currently being experienced in Broughton Astley and surrounding Parishes. It was respectfully pointed out that the official diversion route not only doubled the distance for people heading to Lutterworth, but depending on time of day has more than doubled the journey time. Also raised at this meeting the possible impact of future planned works and have requested that the County Council provides the Parish with more detailed information as to the reasons behind a road closure as well as providing more notice where possible to allow this to be communicated to the public. Confirmation on the following can now be provided: More »

Cottage Lane, Broughton Astley will remain closed until the Severn Trent works on Dunton Road/Station Road are complete.

Shuttleworth Lane, Cosby and Church Lane, Dunton Bassett will remain open but will be closely monitored by the Highways Department and maybe closed if deemed unsafe for use.

County Council are also aware that local traffic has chosen not to use the signed diversion route which has led to the closure of Cottage Lane, but appreciate that this may cause delays for local residents but 'as the Highway Authority the main concern is ensuring roads are in a safe and usable condition which has to take precedence over everything else'.

Any concerns over any aspects of Highway matters should be directed by telephoning the County Council on 0116 305 0001 or by contacting your local County Councillor Bill Liquorish on bill.liquorish@leics.gov.uk » Less

NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT