There is essential maintenance works to be carried out over the bridges of the M11, junction 11. During this work, they will carry out a bridge joint replacement, repaint a bridge bearing, re-waterproof the bridge bearing shelf and make concrete repairs.
Due to the amount of work required on this project, the works will be carried out in different phases. The first phase of this work will start from Monday 20 July to Wednesday 22 July, on week nights only, working between the hours of 8pm & 6am, subject to weather conditions. There will be more details of the next phase once this has been finalized.
The works will be carried out under lane closures, and therefore not require a diversion route for the works as shown in the location below:
If you witness any anti-social behaviour in the village, please make sure you report the event to the Police (999), the day you have seen/experienced it happening. This is really important – else a lack of reporting puts the Village as low priority on the Police radar, which means less oversight from them for our village.
Following guidance from the Government the Tennis Court/MUGA on Egremont Road is open for sports use subject to following the conditions publised on the gate.
Breaches of the conditions may result in the area being closed again.
The public open spaces are open for excercise and recreation in line with Government guidelines. The Parish Council requires everyone using the open spaces to observe the goverment guidance on social distancing (.gov website).
Unfortunately, due to Government order, all of the play areas and the skate park are still closed until further notice to minimise the spread of coronavirus. As soon as we receive guidance from the Government about opening these facilities it will be reviewed.
If you or anyone in your household are displaying symptoms of coronavirus you must follow the guidance on self-isolating and not use the public open spaces.
NB: This poll was closed due to the General Election but has now been reopened until midnight 24th December to be discussed in the January Parish Council meeting.
The Hardwick Parish Council requests your feedback on proposed traffic calming and road safety improvements identified in a project feasibility study as part of a possible application for the Local Highway Improvement (LHI) Initiative.
In particular note the proposed “optimum solution”:
Installation of 4 sets of 2 bolt down rubber speed cushions at intervals not
exceeding 100m on Cambridge Road . Proposed locations from detailed design but to include the area covered by the advisory 20mph wig wags school safety zone with the first set south of the local shop to avoid issues related to on street parking. Include required hump warning signs as (4 no) on Cambridge Rd, Limes Rd and Egremont Rd.
Please indicate below if you are in favour of this proposal (YES, in favour; NO, against).
Are you in favour of the "Optimum Solution" proposed in the feasibility study?
NO (73%, 141 Votes)
YES (27%, 53 Votes)
Total Voters: 194
If you would prefer not to submit an answer online you may write to The Clerk:
Gail Stoehr (Mrs)
Clerk to Hardwick Parish Council
30 West Drive
Please note that this poll will close at midnight on 18th November 2019 to allow for analysis of results before the November parish council meeting.
Fly-tipping is the illegal disposal of waste. It can be anything from a bag of waste to a truckload. We have all seen abandoned items in the countryside, villages and towns. But leaving items by Household Recycling Centres, charity shops or by bins are all fly-tipping too. Around two thirds of fly-tips come from households, so it is crucially important that everyone understands their Duty of Care to avoid £400 fixed penalty notice or an unlimited fine.
Together with other partners in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Waste Partnership (RECAP), SCDC
have launched the S.C.R.A.P Fly-tipping campaign to help residents understand their responsibilities. Everyone should follow the S.C.R.A.P. code below to make the right choices when asking someone to remove unwanted items.
To help us deal with fly-tipping incidents efficiently, please report them to SCDC. Here’s how:
If you witness fly-tipping, call 999 to report a crime in action. Please do not put yourself in harm’s way.
When reporting fly-tipping, please note as many details as possible
• The exact location
• The size of the fly-tip
• The type of waste dumped
• The date and time you spotted or witnessed the fly-tip
• Photos of the fly-tip and fly-tippers if you have witnessed it
• The vehicle registration number and details
• The description of people involved
• The direction they were travelling
SCDC recently staged a mock fly-tip to raise awareness of the issue. You can watch their video and read their news release about this topic here.