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Clerk to Drayton PC
King George Fifth Playing Field
Drayton High Road
Tel: 01603 864492
DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
The Secretary of State gives notice of the proposal to make an Order under section 247 of the above Act to authorise the stopping up of two irregular shaped southern part widths of Drayton High Road, Drayton at Drayton in the District of Broadland.
If made, the Order would authorise the stopping up only to enable development as permitted by Drayton District Council, under reference 20170212.
Copies of the draft Order and relevant plan will be available for inspection during normal opening hours at Bob Carter Leisure Centre Trust, 11 School Road, Drayton, Norwich NR8 6DW in the 28 days commencing on 17 October 2019 , and may be obtained, free of charge, from the address stated below (quoting NATTRAN/E/S247/3969).
Any person may object to the making of the proposed order by stating their reasons in writing to the Secretary of State at [email protected] or National Transport Casework Team, Tyneside House, Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7AR, quoting the above reference. Objections should be received by midnight on 14 November 2019. Any person submitting any correspondence is advised that your personal data and correspondence will be passed to the applicant/agent to be considered. If you do not wish your personal data to be forwarded, please state your reasons when submitting your correspondence.
G Patrick, Casework Manager
POND at SUTER DRIVE
The pond and the surrounding area at Suter Drive is owned by Broadland District Council. The Environment Agency have carried out testing of the water following the discovery of dead fish.
It has been confirmed that the fish died as a result of white spot. The diesease was probably introduced into the pond by the addition of Goldfish or Koi by residents. Most of the dead fish have now been removed. It is likely that some of the dead fish are on the bottom of the pond but these will be left as distrubing the pond may spread the diesease. The pond was overstock fish and this has caused the diesease to spread. Maintenance work happens regularly and flows in and out of the pond are good.
The food waste collection scheme is being expanded to an extra 1478 Broadland properties, and this will go into effect from 10th June 2019. These expansion plans include Drayton and below there is listed which roads will be affected by the expansion. The expansion has been primary led by the District Council’s contractor, Veolia, with the above areas being chosen to infill existing food waste rounds so as to be sustainable alongside Veolia’s current capacity. Both Broadland District Council and Veolia have aimed to get as many households as possible onto the scheme with the resources we have available at this time. The food waste collected from these additional properties will continue to be sent to Biogen to be recycled via an anaerobic digestion process, which generates green electricity, biofertilisers and composts.
Introductory leaflets will be delivered to residents on the w/c 20th May 2019 and the food waste caddies will be delivered between the end of May and beginning of June in preparation for service commencement. Instructional leaflets will also be delivered inside the caddies along with a roll of liners. Once we have received the finalised versions of both leaflets we will send them across to you all.
|Freshwater Way||Taverham, Thorpe Marriott||28|
|Wensum Walk||TaverhamThorpe Marriott||48|
|Century Way||Taverham, Thorpe Marriott||39|
|Brancaster Close||Taverham, Thorpe Marriott||28|
|Stirling Close||Taverham, Thorpe Marriott||22|
|St Margarets Close||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||20|
|Winners Walk||Taverham, Thorpe Marriott||37|
|Cricket Close||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||31|
|Coleman Close||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||24|
|The Moors||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||21|
|The Shires||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||23|
|Wheatfields||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||16|
|Badger Brooks Road||Drayton, Thorpe Marriott||43|
|Manor Farm Close||Drayton||17|
Open Spaces Meeting hosted by Drayton Parish Council
Monday 4th March 2019 at 6.30pm at Drayton Village Hall
The Chairman of the Parish Council’s Open Spaces and Property committee invites you to a meeting on Monday 4th March at 6.30pm at Drayton Village Hall.
This is an open forum meeting and there is no formal agenda. The purpose of the meeting is hear your views and opinions on the future of all the open spaces in the parish namely :-
- Longdale Playing Field, Longdale
- King George Fifth Playing Field, Drayton High Road
- Florence Carter Memorial Park, School Road
This is your opportunity to help shape the future plans for these spaces.
We look forward to seeing you.
We have been advised by Broadland District Council of work that is being carried out along the Marriott’s Way from the 4th to the 22nd February 2019.
Broadland District Council will be working with Norfolk County Council over the next six months to deliver a series of access improvement and enhancement works to the Marriott’s Way. This will include tree safety management work, biodiversity enhancement schemes, and redressing the surface of the route to make it more accessible for cyclists and pedestrians.
The first stage of these enhancement works will involve managing the trees along the stretch of the route from Taverham Road to Pendlesham Rise. The tree work planned along the route is being carried out for the following reasons:
- To improve the diversity and health of the tree stock through coppicing, thinning and replanting.
- To improve light and air levels to the surface of the Marriott’s Way which is often wet and muddy in places.
- To remove Ash trees with over 50% crown loss due to Chalara Ash dieback disease.
- To carry out pro-active Health & Safety works.
- To prepare the route for re-surfacing by removing overhanging and encroaching trees.
As part of these works the section of the route from Taverham Road to Pendlesham Rise will be closed and an alternative route provided. Re-routing plans are available at the top of this post.
Once the tree works have be competed resurfacing and access improvement work will be carried out along the route.
Residents whose properties directly back onto this stretch of the Marriott’s way have all been sent letters to inform them of the works that are taking place, as well as information regarding the re-routing.