WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(U64211 Astley and U64211 Astley Burf, Astley and Dunley)(Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Proposed Order: to close that part of U64211 Astley and U64211 Astley Burf from its junction with B4196 Astley to its junction with U64212 Weather Lane.

Reason: Carriageway Patching by WCC.

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: B4196 Astley, U64212 Bull Hill, U64212 Weather Lane and vice versa.   Maximum duration: 18 MonthsAnticipated duration: 12 days Commencing: 29 November 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

5 November 2021

 

U64211 Crundall Lane Astley Burf [Diversion] U64211 Crundall Lane Astley Burf [PLAN]

 

1106516 – 1- U64211 Astley and U64211 Astley Burf, Astley and Dunley

Mark Drew CA48425

A further £1m to tackle violence – John Campion, West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner

Have your say
You still have time to have your say on my Safer West Mercia plan. Do you agree with what is being proposed? Is there something else you would like to see?

Have your say at  https://www.westmercia-pcc.gov.uk/ 

To find out more about my Safer West Mercia plan visit my YouTube channel where I have broken down the four pillars into four videos.

Have your say now
Seeking Reassurance
I have sought reassurance that West Mercia Police are proactively reassuring the community following the horrific murder in London. I am holding West Mercia Police to account, to ensure that there are robust processes in place for individuals to confirm the identity of any officer and that this process is available to the public.
Find out more
Safer Streets Fund
I have secured £1m of funding that will go towards tackling violence, including against women and girls within West Mercia.

As part of the Government’s Safer Streets Fund my endorsed bids from West Mercia Police and local partners will support local projects aimed at increasing the safety of public spaces.

Read the full story here
Animal Welfare Scheme
The animal Welfare scheme is a paw-some project in partnership with the Dog Trust that will see independent volunteers make unannounced visits to ensure the kennels and training facility are as they should be.
Podcast
This month saw the return of my Safer West Mercia podcast. My latest episode saw me sit down with Chief Constable Pippa Mills. You can listen to the latest episode as well as previous ones below.
Listen here
Service Awards
I would like to congratulate Simon Westwood-Bate for 15 years of service and David Casey for 10 years of service as independent custody visitors. They have both worked extremely hard and without volunteers such schemes would not be as successful.

You can find out more about being an independent custody visitor below.

Find out more here
Kidderminster and District Youth Trust
This month I had the pleasure to visit Kidderminster and District Youth Trust to see the great work they have all been doing in the community.
Kicking out anti-social behavior
I am pleased to provide £1,000 of funding towards ‘Making Changes’, a youth football project supported by Hereford Football Club and Central Roofing. The aim of the project is to ensure children from challenging backgrounds are provided with key skills and knowledge to ensure they can make better choices and reduce their chance of being a victim, or perpetrator of crime, such as anti-social behaviour, in the future.
Find out more
Victim Advice Line
Deputy PCC Tracey Onslow visited the Victim Advice Line team to see the great work they are doing. This free and confidential service is available for anyone who has been affected by crime in West Mercia. I am proud to have set up this service which puts victims first and ensures everyone can have support that is right for them.
Find out more
Safer Streets
This month myself and West Mercia Chief Constable Pippa Mills went to Woodrow in Redditch to launch the Safer Street project. This fantastic project saw £430k secured by myself and Redditch Borough Council to improve security and safety throughout the community.
10,000 personal safety alarms
From food shows to folk festivals, fresher’s fairs to pubs and clubs, my team, together with West Mercia Police local policing teams have now distributed 10,000 personal safety alarms across West Mercia.

I want to build communities which are not only safe, but also feel safe. By providing these alarms for free, it is just one small element of providing reassurance to those who are potentially vulnerable.

Read the full story here
Officer Bravery Awards
This month I had the honour in attending the Police Bravery Awards.

West Mercia PCs Lee Phillips and Christopher Donovan rescued a vulnerable man from a fast-flowing river in the middle of winter and were recognised for their heroic actions.
Their story:
The force received a call in the early hours to say a man was behaving inappropriately in Shrewsbury town centre. Before officers could properly talk to the man, he ran off towards a river. Concerned for the man’s safety the officers followed. In his attempt to escape, he jumped over a fence down to the riverside. He entered the water but began to struggle as the water was flowing much faster than usual due to recent heavy rainfall. Using local knowledge to identify where the man would be swept to, the officers ran down the river-bank, forced entry through a gate and were able to pull the man from the water. They then administered first aid until paramedics arrived.

Please bear in mind that the office of the PCC is currently transitioning to being back in the office, whilst able to take phone calls to the usual number, we would encourage you to make contact by emailing opcc@westmercia.pnn.police.uk or by using the social pages ‘westmerciapcc’ on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Any members of the public needing to call the office can do so between 9:00am and 17:00pm, Monday – Thursday and 9:00am – 16:00pm Friday.

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WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(Bull Hill, Astley and Dunley) (Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Proposed Order: to close that part of Bull Hill from its junction with B4196 Astley to its junction with U64213 Weather Lane

Reason: Carriageway Resurfacing by WCC

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: B4196 Astley, U64213 Weather Lane and vice versa.

Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 12 days Commencing: 29 November 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

5 November 2021

 

U64212 Bull Hill, Astley Burf Part 2 (DIVERSION) U64212 Bull Hill, Astley Burf Part 2 (PLAN)

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(Dark Lane, Astley And Dunley) (Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Order made: to close that part of Dark Lane from its junction with A451 Dunley to its junction with C2239 Astley

Reason: Carriageway Resurfacing by WCC

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: A451 Dunley, C2239 Yarhampton, C2239 Astley and vice versa.

Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 14 days Commencing: 27 October 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

22 October 2021

 

 

U64217 Dark Lane Dunley (DIVERSION) U64217 Dark Lane Dunley (PLAN)

 

 

1082663 – 2 – Dark Lane, Astley And Dunley

Mike Horton CA48425 Mike Horton

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(B4196 Astley, Astley and Dunley) (Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Order made: to close that part of B4196 Astley from its junction with U64224 New Inn Lane to its junction with U64211 Astley

Reason: Severn Trent works

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: B4196 Astley, B4194 Pearl Lane, A451 Dunley Road, A451 Dunley, A451 Stourport Road, B4197 Great Witley, A443 Worcester Road, A443 Little Witley, A443 Witley Road, B4196 Holt Heath, B4196 Shrawley and vice versa.

Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 3 days Commencing: 25 October 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

22 October 2021

 

tM Plan B4196

 

 

1074285 – 2 – B4196 Astley, Astley and Dunley

Streetworks Admin – WCPO00042626 MG

Sir David Amess

Truly tragic news. Sir David Amess, one of Parliament’s longest serving MPs has been killed at his constituency surgery, after being stabbed. He’s the third serving MP to be killed since 1990 but the second in just over five years.  On behalf of Astley and Dunley Parish Council our sincerest condolences to his family and friends at this terrible time.

Astley Vineyard – Midlands Food & Drink producer of the year

Midlands Food & Drink producer of the year 🥳
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve been awarded The Rural Business Awards Food & Drink producer of the year 😁 This is the second time we’ve entered this competition, so we’re glad to return with a trophy under our belt 🏆
As always, we’re especially proud given the stiff competition we were up against. Proud to do our bit for English wine and Worcestershire 😁
Plus the event is sponsored by Amazon 😳

Fraud update from West Mercia Police Economic Crime Unit 28/09/2021

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Fraud update from West Mercia Police Economic Crime Unit 28/09/2021


 Criminals are using the NHS COVID Pass as a way to target the public by convincing them to hand over money,                                                 financial details and personal information.

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They are sending imitation text messages, emails and making phone calls pretending to be from the NHS, and offering fake vaccine certificates for sale online and through social media.

If you are contacted about your NHS COVID Pass:

  • Be alert to links and attachments in unexpected text messages or emails
  • Do not respond to requests for money, passwords or financial details
  • Challenge: Could it be fake?
  • Use the official NHS COVID Pass website (see below)

The NHS COVID Pass is available to demonstrate your COVID-19 status either in a digital or paper format via the NHS App, the NHS website or by calling 119.

For information on how to get your free NHS COVID Pass, visit www.nhs.uk/nhscovidpass.

What to do if you suspect you have been a victim of an NHS COVID Pass scam

If you receive a call and suspect it to be fraudulent, hang up. If you are suspicious about an email, forward it to: report@phishing.gov.uk.

If you are suspicious about a text message, forward it to the number 7726, which is free-of-charge.

If you believe you are the victim of a fraud, please report this to Action Fraud as soon as possible by visiting actionfraud.police.uk      or calling 0300 123 2040.

If you have any information relating to NHS COVID Pass or vaccine certificate fraud you can stay 100% anonymous                             by contacting Crimestoppers online at covidfraudhotline.org or phone on 0800 587 5030.

Source: Action Fraud

 

For further information visit:

https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/

https://takefive-stopfraud.org.uk/        

 

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(B4196 Astley, Astley and Dunley) (Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Proposed Order: to close that part of B4196 Astley from its junction with U64224 New Inn Lane to its junction with U64211 Astley

Reason: Severn Trent works

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: B4196 Astley, B4194 Pearl Lane, A451 Dunley Road, A451 Dunley, A451 Stourport Road, B4197 Great Witley, A443 Worcester Road, A443 Little Witley, A443 Witley Road, B4196 Holt Heath, B4196 Shrawley and vice versa.

Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 3 days Commencing: 25 October 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

1 October 2021

 

 

tM Plan B4196

 

1074285 – 1 – B4196 Astley, Astley and Dunley

Streetworks Admin – WCPO00042626 MG

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

(Dark Lane, Astley And Dunley) (Temporary Closure) Order 2021

Proposed Order: to close that part of Dark Lane from its junction with A451 Dunley to its junction with C2239 Astley

Reason: Carriageway Resurfacing by WCC

Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.

Alternative route: A451 Dunley, C2239 Yarhampton, C2239 Astley and vice versa.

Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 14 days Commencing: 27 October 2021

Thomas Pollock Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance) County Hall Spetchley Road Worcester

1 October 2021

 

U64217 Dark Lane, Dunley (DIVERSION) U64217 Dark Lane, Dunley (PLAN)

1082663 – 1 – Dark Lane, Astley And Dunley

Mike Horton CA48425 Mike Horton