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UPDATE ON A19 FULFORD TRAFFIC LIGHTS

 

 

 

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WARNING - USE OF 24HR TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS ON THE A19 FROM TUESDAY 30TH MAY UNTIL SATURDAY 3RD JUNE INCLUSIVE

 

A number of service diversions will be taking place that will impact the A19 over the coming weeks. These include the diversion of water mains, gas mains, electric cables and BT and other communication cables and fibres.The diversions are required because some of them lie too close to the proposed sheet piled wall to the west of the A19. Other diversions are required because they need to be lifted to suit the new level of the junction.
Some of the service diversions require long trenches to be opened up and large 'pits' to be excavated within the carriageway of the A19 where joints are to be carried out. The jointing pits have to remain open for several days while the joints are carried out. Unfortunately this means that 24hr temporary traffic lights are required to be set up on the A19 during this period.
This will inevitably lead to major disruption of the traffic using this route. Peak hour traffic is expected to be considerably worse than usual, impacting not only the A19 but the surrounding road network. 
On Tuesday 30th May the water main diversion will commence and will take 5 days.
The use of 24 hr traffic lights on the A19 will commence at 9am on Tuesday 30th May. The temporary lights will remain in place until the evening of Saturday 3rd June.
Advance warning signs will be erected several days in advance of the works commencing.

I would advise you to seek alternative routes during this period although I appreciate that this will not be possible for local residents and businesses.
Provision for pedestrians and others using the footpaths will be maintained during these operations. Please follow the directions provided by the signs.
We apologise for any inconvenience for those delayed due to the traffic lights caused by these necessary works.

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Previous editions of our newsletters can be accessed on our website here

WARNING - USE OF 24HR TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS ON THE A19 at FULFORD FROM WEEK COMMENCING 22ND MAY FOR APPROXIMATELY 1 WEEK

A number of service diversions will be taking place that will impact the A19 over the coming weeks. These include the diversion of water mains, gas mains, electric cables and BT and other communication cables and fibres.The diversions are required because some of them lie too close to the proposed sheet piled wall to the west of the A19. Other diversions are required because they need to be lifted to suit the new level of the junction. Some of the service diversions require long trenches to be opened up and large 'pits' to be excavated within the carriageway of the A19 where joints are to be carried out. The jointing pits have to remain open for several days while the joints are carried out. Unfortunately this means that 24hr temporary traffic lights are required to be set up on the A19 during this period. This will inevitably lead to major disruption of the traffic using this route. Peak hour traffic is expected to be considerably worse than usual, impacting not only the A19 but the surrounding road network. In week commencing the Monday 22nd May the water main diversion will commence.

We anticipate the use of 24 hr traffic lights will commence Wednesday 24th May but this date is yet to be confirmed.
 An interim newsletter will be sent out 2 days before the lights are to be installed.

I would advise you to seek alternative routes during this period although I appreciate that this will not be possible for local residents and businesses.

Provision for pedestrians and others using the footpaths will be maintained during these operations. Please follow the directions provided by the signs.

We apologise for any inconvenience for those delayed due to the traffic lights caused by these necessary works.

WARNING - INTERMITTENT USE OF TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS ON FORDLANDS ROAD AND THE A19 OVER THE NEXT 2 WEEKS

A19 - We need to locate a gas main in the A19 northbound carriageway adjacent to our site. To do this we need to excavate a trench through the northbound carriageway, therefore preventing use of the north bound carriageway for that day. Temporary traffic lights will be in operation during off peak times for 1 - 2 days only, depending on how quickly we can locate the gas main. We will backfill the trench and take off the temporary traffic lights for the evening rush hour traffic if this operation takes more than one day. This is programmed to take place on Wednesday 3rd May.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR WHEATLANDS WALK APPLICATION

Additional information relating to this proposal has been submitted. Residents who previously commented have been contacted direct  - the details are on the attached pdf file below.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESPONSES WITH VALID COMMENTS DIRECT TO SELBY DC PLANNING OFFICER  twebster@selby.gov.uk by 9 MAY 2017 -we would appreciate copying in at clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk  so that we can gauge the response. The more responses sent will be a better impact.

A19 FULFORD ROADWORKS

 

 

WARNING - INTERMITENT USE OF TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS ON FORDLANDS ROAD AND THE THE A19 OVER THE NEXT 2 WEEKS

 

Fordlands Road - We need to tie in the new kerb alignment of the future Fordlands Road junction into the existing kerbline adjacent to the Beck culvert. In order to provide a safe working zone for our workforce we will be utilising temporary traffic lights on Fordlands Road, during the day only, for about 3 to 4 days.

A19 - We need to locate a gas main in the A19 northbound carriageway adjacent to our site. To do this we need to excavate a trench through the northbound carriageway, therefore preventing use of the north bound carriageway for that day. Temporary traffic lights will be in operation during off peak times for 1 - 2
days only, depending on how quickly we can locate the gas main. We will backfill the trench and take off the temporary traffic lights for the evening rush hour traffic if this operation takes more than one day.

Provision for pedestrians and others using the footpaths will be maintained during both of these operations. Please follow the directions provided by the signs.

We apologise for any inconvenience for those delayed due to the traffic lights.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 





 
 
 

 

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POLICE APPEAL FOR INFORMATION

THEFT of Rare Breed ducks - Escrick Overnight 03/04/17 - 04/04/17, there was a theft of 14 rare breed ducks, namely;

 * 2 PAIRS OF AMERICAN CAROLINAS * 4 FEMALE SILVER/WHITE MANDARIN * 3 MALE BLONDE MANDARIN

 * 3 ORDINARY MANDARIN

 This occurred on a farm near Escrick, York/Selby area. Do you have any info? Call 101 ref 12170060909.

 
 

SELBY BYPASS CLOSURE

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION - 12469 Selby By-Pass                                           

The Closure will be in place for a period of 13 hours between 09:30 on the 10th April 2017 and 22:00 on the 10th April 2017

The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://roadworks.org?tm=115583

Regards

North Yorkshire County Council

VACANCY FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR

 

VACANCY FOR PARISH COUNCILLOR

Are you interested in being considered for co-option onto the council?

Please write to:

 Mrs Sandra Botham

Clerk & Finance Officer

Riccall Parish Council

The Regen Centre

Landing Lane

Riccall

YO19 6PW

Please include as much relevant information about yourself as you feel is necessary.

What skills and experience you can bring to the Council?

Induction training will be provided to develop your role. Need more

 information?

Contact Sandra on 01757 249222 or email

clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk

Deadline for applications 30th March 2017

Interviews for co-option will take place w/c 3rd April 2017

Barlby Roundabout Short Notice of 2 way lights 23rd March

WARNING Some traffic disruption expected on Thursday 23rd March

 

Please be advised that 2 way lights will be in operation on Thursday 23rd March.
This is to enable us to safely cut back some branches that are obscuring the A19 north bound roundabout sign.

The 2 way  temporary traffic lights will be in operation during the day from 9.30 until 4pm.

We expect the disruption to be minimal but please factor in some extra time for your journeys, especially those collecting children from schools at the end of the day. 

We apologise for this further disruption. 

The A19 and Market Weighton Road and York Road will remain fully open during this period. 

Barlby Roundabout Short Notice of 4 way lights from 14th March

This is a further edition of your regular newsletter to provide you with information regarding the temporary traffic layout around the almost completed roundabout.
As from Tuesday 14th March 4 way  temporary traffic lights will again be in operation during the day from 9.30 until 4pm to enable our workforce to safely complete the erection of the remaining signs at Barlby Roundabout.
We expect the disruption to be considerable and would advise you to seek alternative routes around the area if possible. Please factor in some extra time for your journeys, especially those collecting children from schools at the end of the day. 
We will endeavor to keep this period of disruption as short as possible but expect the 4 way lights to be used for just 2 days during off peak times.
We apologise for this further disruption for works that were not completed the previous week. 
Please be mindful about the new temporary road layout. The signs and cones will direct you into the correct running lane.
During other times, the traffic flow will be returned to normal roundabout running.

The A19 and Market Weighton Road and York Road will remain fully open during this period. 

 

Please be mindful of the temporary enforceable reduction in the speed limit of 60 mph to 40 mph to protect our workforce.
 

EASTERN CEF PUBLIC FORUM

Barlby Roundabout Newsletter 13. Week 25 commencing Monday 6th March 2017

This is the last edition of the newsletter that has kept you up to date with the progress of the roundabout construction on the existing A19/A163 Market Weighton Road junction and also changes to the existing York Road junction.
During the past 2 weeks we have completed the kerbs, drainage and ducting to the west of the A19, the kerbs to the central reservation and alterations to the York Road Junction.
On the night of Thursday 2nd March and Friday 3rd March (or tonight depending on when you are reading this newsletter), road closures were in place to enable us to install some ducts across carriageway that we were unable to safely install during the day.
During the final week commencing Monday 6th March we will be completing the surfacing and road markings during the night under full road closures. During the day we will be completing any outstanding work and dismantling the compound.
We do not expect to require the use of temporary traffic lights during the day this coming week.
We hope you feel you have been kept informed of the works through receiving these newsletters. Sorry for the inconvenience you have experienced these past few months. Thank you for bearing with us. 

WARNING - Night time closures of Barlby Roundabout Friday 3rd, Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th and Friday 10th March 

 

Tonight Friday 3rd March and every night this coming week, commencing Monday 6th March  from 8pm to 6am the roads connected by the new Barlby Roundabout will be closed. This is required to complete the surfacing and road markings.
This includes the A19 in both directions, Market Weighton Road and York Road at the junction with the A19.
The diversion signs will direct you to the advised alternative route.
Due to the restriction of heavy goods vehicles on local roads, HGVs will be diverted via the M62, M1 and A64. Other vehicles will be diverted via local roads.
We would also again like to advise vehicles to slow down when approaching the ramps onto and off the new areas of surfacing as directed by the signs.
Please also be mindful of the temporary enforceable reduction in the speed limit of 60 mph to 40 mph to protect our workforce.

VACANCY FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR

Riccall Parish Council

                

             VACANCY FOR  PARISH COUNCILLOR

Are you interested in being considered for co-option onto the council?

Please write to:               Mrs Sandra Botham

Clerk & Finance Officer

Riccall Parish Council

The Regen Centre

Landing Lane

Riccall

YO19 6PW

Please include as much relevant information about yourself as you feel is necessary. What skills and experience you can bring to the Council?

Induction training will be provided to develop your role. Need more information? Contact Sandra on 01757 249222 or email clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk

 

Deadline for applications 30th March 2017

Interviews for co-option will take place w/c 3rd April 2017

SELBY DC COUNCIL TAX INFORMATION

We’re sending out this year’s Council Tax bills.  It’s the District Council’s name at the top of the bill, although we collect the charge on behalf of all the organisations who receive funding through Council Tax, including the County Council, Police and Fire & Rescue Service.  That means, however, that we get lots of questions about the bills and what it means for people.  We want people to have easy access to the answers they want.  

A list of frequently asked question is available at :www.selby.gov.uk/council-tax.   We have a range of supporting information on our website.

 

 

 

 

A19 FULFORD ROADWORKS

During the past 2 weeks we have been installing the remaining sheet piles to form the retaining wall to the east of the A19. We have also been preparing for the concrete works which form part of the retaining wall structure.
The piling works have progressed well and the disturbance felt by our closest residents has been less this time. We expect just another 2 days of piling for this phase, to be complete by the end of Tuesday 21st. However we have 6 piles that are refusing to be driven using the equipment we have on site. Unfortunately this means bringing back the noisier 'drop hammer' attachment, used on site during the previous visit. The drop hammer will be used on Tuesday for one day. We apologise for the noise and inconvenience.
The piling rig will be dismantled and removed from site Tuesday and Wednesday. It will leave on several large low loaders. The low loaders have been given official permission by the CYC Traffic Project Officer to turn left onto the A19 after safely stopping the traffic for a short period. They have been advised to avoid the peak hours of 7.30am to 9.30am.
Traffic lights will be in operation on the A19 from 9am to 3.30pm on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st
The eastern footpath of the A19 will remain closed.

 

WARNING - USE OF TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS ON FORDLANDS ROAD FROM MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY

 

 

 

The temporary road surface being constructed adjacent to Fordlands Road is required to divert Fordlands Road traffic whilst we connect up the embankment drainage across Fordlands Road. Due to the constraints of the site the temporary road surface is only one lane wide and so during this period Fordlands Road traffic will be controlled with temporary traffic lights which will be in operation 24hrs per day for approximately 4 weeks. Once the drainage is through and Fordlands Road reconstructed, traffic will be returned to the road using 2 lanes again.
We apolygise for any inconvenience. 

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