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ROAD CLOSURES – APRIL

Please note below the programme of works for April through until 30th April 2024. This programme includes BBLP works which will be taking place under a road closure. Works being undertaken by utility companies are not included.

The programme can change at any time, and sometimes at very short notice, so please keep an eye on Twitter or Facebook for all latest updates. Alternatively, please visit one.network as this shows all road works currently in place on the network, whether these are taking place under a road closure or traffic lights.

C1098 Lulham
Road closed from Tuesday 9th April 2024 to (and including) Wednesday 10th April 2024.
Road closed between 8am and 5pm each day.
Urgent patch repair and ditching works.

White Rocks Road, Garway
Road closed from Wednesday 10th April 2024 to (and including) Thursday 11th April 2024.
Road closed between 8am and 5pm each day.
Urgent surfacing works.

C1125 Bodenham
Road closed from Thursday 11th April 2024 to (and including) Friday 12th April 2024.
Road closed between 8am and 5pm each day.
Urgent road repair works.

A4110/B4539/C1035 Lawton Cross Roundabout
Road closed from 9am on Wednesday 24th April 2024 until 5pm on Thursday 25th April 2024.
Repairing kerbing and laying anti-skid.

Ledgemoor Road, Weobley
Emergency road closure due to collapsed culvert.

Drag Road BYWAY, Symonds Yat
Emergency closure due to movement of the embankment.

C1122 Wellington
Emergency road closure due to flooding.

C1131 Westhide
Emergency road closure due to highway deterioration.

Willey Lane, Lower Willey
Emergency road closure due to landslip.

2024/2025 Grant Opportunity for Credenhill Organisations

Following approval by the Parish Council we are pleased to share the application form and a copy of our policy/procedure in relation to section 137 grants which local organisations can apply for.

The current round of applications for the 2024/2025 Financial Year will need to be completed with all required backup paperwork (as detailed in the policy) by 31st March 2024 for consideration at the Credenhill Parish Council meeting in April.

If a need should arise during the rest of the year, then the Parish Council will consider other applications on a case by case basis.

If you have any questions or need further information then please do not hesitate to us.

Policy

Application Form

ROAD CLOSURES – FEBRUARY

Please note below the programme of works for February through until 29th February 2024. This programme includes BBLP works which will be taking place under a road closure. Works being undertaken by utility companies are not included.

The programme can change at any time, and sometimes at very short notice, so please keep an eye on Twitter or Facebook for all latest updates. Alternatively, please visit one.network as this shows all road works currently in place on the network, whether these are taking place under a road closure or traffic lights.

B4248 Peterchurch
Road closed fromMonday 29th January until Saturday 10th February.
Road closed between 6pm and 2am each week night. The road will not be closed on Saturday and Sunday nights.
Resurfacing, lining, installation of signage and footway works.

Top Cross, Ledbury
Roads closed from9am onSunday 11th February until 6am on Saturday 17th February.
Junction closed in all four directions for 24 hours each day.
Works to upgrade traffic signals.

Knapp Lane and Cut Throat Lane, Ledbury
Roads closed from9am onSunday 11th February until 6am on Saturday 17th February.
Road closed 24 hours each day with access only for residents.
Roads closed for safety reasons during works at Top Cross, Ledbury.

Hinton to Nags Head Road, Peterchurch
Road closed fromMonday 12th February to (and including) Friday 16th February.
Road closed for 24 hours each day.
Drainage works.

Bowley Lane, Bodenham
Road closed fromMonday 12th February to (and including) Monday 19th February.
Road closed between 8am and 4pm each weekday.
Surface patching works.

B4224 Fownhope
Road closed fromMonday 12th February to (and including) Wednesday 21st February.
From Monday 12th to Sunday 18th February, the road will be closed between 8pm and 5pm each day.
From Monday 19th to Wednesday 21st February, the road will be closed between 9:30am and 3pm each day.
Resurfacing, lining, installation of signage and footway works.

Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy
Road closed fromMonday 19th February to (and including) Monday 25th March.
Road closed for 24 hours each day with access only for residents.
Works to rebuild retaining wall, handrail and concrete post.

Monkland Common Road, Monkland
Road closed fromMonday 19th February to (and including) Monday 11th March.
Road closed for 24 hours each day with access only for residents.
Works to repair the road which has been undermined.

Parks Lane, Canon Pyon
Road closed fromMonday 19th February to (and including) Wednesday 21st February.
Road closed between 8am and 4pm each weekday.
Surface patching works.

Church Lane, Bromyard
Road closed fromMonday 19th February to (and including) Friday 23rd February.
Road closed between 9am and 5pm each weekday.
Resurfacing works.

C1230 from The Gwern to Cross Lyde, Pontrilas
Road closed fromWednesday 21st February to (and including) Tuesday 27th February.
Road closed between 8am and 4pm each weekday.
Surface patching works.

Tudor Rise and Churchill Place, Ross-on-Wye
Road closed fromMonday 26th February to (and including) Wednesday 6th March.
Road closed between 9am and 5pm each weekday.
Footway resurfacing and kerbing works.

C1099 – A480 to Upper Barn Lane, Tillington. surfacing works

Herefordshire Council will be carrying out patching works which will be taking place under a road closure in mid-January 2024.

They will be sending out letters to local residents and businesses advising of the works. The letter will also contain a diversion map. I have attached a copy of this for your reference.

If you have any enquiries about the works, please email herefordshiremembers@bblivingplaces.com

Consultation on the closure of Credenhill Surgery

Response to Credenhill Parish Council’s letter to HMG following ongoing closure of Credenhill Surgery:

Thank you for your letter dated 22nd November 2023 in relation to the Hereford Medical Group (HMG) branch surgery at Credenhill. Your letter is timely as we have recently been reviewing the options in relation to the branch site at Credenhill.
You will, no doubt, be aware of the history of the site at Credenhill which was formerly a branch surgery of Quay House Medical Centre and up until the pandemic, operated for 5 half days per week. As part of the review, we have considered the viability of the branch surgery and have concluded that we must commence a consultation on the closure of the branch surgery with patients and stakeholders. In making this decision, we have considered the following:

The premises is not fit for purpose –
o it is a remote one consulting room and one nurse treatment room premises which is a converted shop unit. All other HMG premises are purpose built.
o The clinical environment needs significant investment to bring it up to modern standards.
– Whilst it is currently being used for storage of patient records, the fact that the premises is not accessible to the community is an issue which needs to be resolved.
– The surgery does not meet disability access requirements and there are limited options to change this.
– It is potentially safety risk having unwell patients at a remote site
– There is no dispensary at the site.
– To keep it open would result in a reduction in service at other sites.


I would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that there are no plans to change the boundary for HMG and all patients registered with the practice will continue to be able to access healthcare at our other sites.
The consultation that we have launched today will run until 24th December 2023, following which we will review the responses and finalise any decision. If the Practice concludes to proceed with closure, then a formal application will be made to the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Integrated Care Board (HWICB).
The consultation will be available online at: https://forms.office.com/r/SZrdPjexAs or using the QR code below:

This information will be available on our website and on our social media pages. In addition, along with this letter to the Parish Council, we will be writing to the council, MPs and other local stakeholders. Paper copies of the consultation survey will also be available at all of our other sites. We are also hoping that the Credenhill Community News will publish details of the consultation.
I note from your correspondence, along with a second letter from the pharmacist based at Kington, that there might be some interest in a change of use. In this regard I will be writing to the pharmacist to explain how this might proceed. However, I would note that it is not within our gift to authorise any such application which would need to be made initially to the ICB.
In relation to the development of a new site at Credenhill, this is something which would need wider system involvement as whilst s106 monies might be made available, these only contribute towards capital costs with ongoing costs being picked up via HWICB.
I hope that this letter provides sufficient information to the Parish Council and assurance that we are keen to progress with plans to ensure that the premises is brought back in to community use. I look forward to receiving any comments as part of the consultation, but if there are any further questions then please do not hesitate to contact me.

https://forms.office.com/r/SZrdPjexAs
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