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NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF B4204 HAM BRIDGE TO B4197 MARTLEY 16th AUGUST

PUBLIC NOTICE

               ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14 (AS AMENDED)

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF B4204 HAM BRIDGE TO B4197 MARTLEY, CLIFTON UPON TEME, WORCESTERSHIRE (“THE HIGHWAY”)

Reason for restriction: Bridge inspection. There is a need to close the highway in the following terms:-

  1. The effect of this Notice is that no vehicle shall proceed along that part of the highway from its junction with C2026 Shelsley Walshfor a distance of 189 metres in a north easterly direction.
  1. This provision shall continue in force for a maximum of 5 days, however, it is anticipated that it will remain in force for 1 daycommencing 16 August 2021.
  1. Alternative routes: – B4204 Ham Bridge to B4197 Martley, B4197 Martley, B4197 Berrow Green Road, B4197 Hipplecote, B4197 Ankderdine Hill, B4197 Knightsford Bridge, A44 Bromyard Road, B4203 High Lane, B4204 Church Road and vice versa.

Nothing in this Notice shall prevent at any time access for pedestrians to any premises situated on or adjacent to the highway, or to any other premises accessible for pedestrians from and only from the highway.

THOMAS POLLOCK

Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance)

Date 26 July 2021

 

NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF C2229 SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP 26th AUGUST

PUBLIC NOTICE

               ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14 (AS AMENDED)

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF THE CLOSURE OF C2229 SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP, SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP, WORCESTERSHIRE (“THE HIGHWAY”)

Reason for restriction: New Customer Connection by Severn Trent. There is a need to close the highway in the following terms:-

  1. The effect of this Notice is that no vehicle shall proceed along that part of the highway from its junction with C2228 Shelsley Beauchamp for a distance of 70 metres in a northerly direction.
  1. This provision shall continue in force for a maximum of 5 days, however, it is anticipated that it will remain in force for 5 dayscommencing 26 August 2021.
  1. Alternative routes: – C2228 Shelsley Beauchamp, C2026 Shelsley Walsh, B4204 Ham Bridge to Martley, B4197 Witley Road, B4197 Hillside, C2229 Hillside and vice versa.

Nothing in this Notice shall prevent at any time access for pedestrians to any premises situated on or adjacent to the highway, or to any other premises accessible for pedestrians from and only from the highway.

THOMAS POLLOCK

Head of Commercial Law (Legal & Governance)

Date 16 July 2021

Heat for Health (H4H)

What is the Heat4Health Project?

Heat4Health is a new project team, within Act on Energy, a charity who, for many years, have been delivering energy efficiency support on behalf of Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Solihull and Coventry local authorities.

Please visit our website www.actonenergy.org.uk

Our project aims to help those residents with long-term health conditions and disabilities where their illnesses are exacerbated by a cold home to achieve a healthier lifestyle. We offer support to individuals to achieve affordable warmth by improving energy efficiency, providing energy advice and where possible reducing fuel bills and accessing grants. For example, a patient frequently attending a GP practice for respiratory or mobility illnesses may be living in a hard to heat, cold, damp home or can’t afford to put the heating on or they may be in need of help with energy supplier problems which is causing them much anxiety.

What support do we give?

As Act on Energy, we provide the following free support, open to anyone:

  • an easy 2-step referral route
  • Home Energy Assessment/via telephone or Zoom/Teams, to assess and discuss individual residents’ needs
  • Free low-cost energy installs (low-cost energy efficient light bulbs, draught proofing etc)
  • Individual support throughout the process
  • help with COVID consequences on fuel poverty (higher energy bills, reduced servicing of boilers, energy supplier, potential second wave in winter months, loss of smell so unable to detectgas heaters etc)
  • help with creating an affordable warm home including addressing energy costs, fuel debt, etc.

Working with local professionals

We work with local professionals to help ensure individuals have access to information and support services. We hope you will work with us by referring residents who are most likely to benefit from support to us. We would also really appreciate your help to raise awareness of the support available, for example:

  • Social media posts to use on your Facebook page
  • E-newsletter advert for use internally and externally
  • Leaflet distribution to residents / professionals to provide information about Act on Energy
  • Invite us to present interactive training/presentation e.g. Fuel Poverty and Health) via Teams/Zoom for frontline staff to aid them in looking out for those in need before crisis
  • Invite us to attend events, when appropriate.

Making a referral

Act on Energy receives referrals from individual residents and professionals.

To make a referral you can do any of the following:

  • Complete a short, easy, online Enquiry Form hwww.actonenergy.org.uk/contact-us/
  • Contact Act on Energy on 0800 988 2881
  • Email advice@actonenergy.org.uk
  • Contact your local Community Outreach Worker by telephone or text:
    • Amanda               07458 306300                     North Worcestershire & Solihull
    • Alvynne               07458 306298                     South Warwickshire & South Worcestershire
    • (tbc)                      07458 306

What is the Heat4Health Project?

Heat4Health is a new project team, within Act on Energy, a charity who, for many years, have been delivering energy efficiency support on behalf of Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Solihull and Coventry local authorities.

Please visit our website  www.actonenergy.org.uk

Our project aims to help those residents with long-term health conditions and disabilities where their illnesses are exacerbated by a cold home to achieve a healthier lifestyle. We offer support to individuals to achieve affordable warmth by improving energy efficiency, providing energy advice and where possible reducing fuel bills and accessing grants. For example, a patient frequently attending a GP practice for respiratory or mobility illnesses may be living in a hard to heat, cold, damp home or can’t afford to put the heating on or they may be in need of help with energy supplier problems which is causing them much anxiety.

What support do we give?

As Act on Energy, we provide the following free support, open to anyone:

  • an easy 2-step referral route
  • Home Energy Assessment/via telephone or Zoom/Teams, to assess and discuss individual residents’ needs
  • Free low-cost energy installs (low-cost energy efficient light bulbs, draught proofing etc)
  • Individual support throughout the process
  • help with COVID consequences on fuel poverty (higher energy bills, reduced servicing of boilers, energy supplier, potential second wave in winter months, loss of smell so unable to detectgas heaters etc)
  • help with creating an affordable warm home including addressing energy costs, fuel debt, etc.

Working with local professionals

We work with local professionals to help ensure individuals have access to information and support services. We hope you will work with us by referring residents who are most likely to benefit from support to us. We would also really appreciate your help to raise awareness of the support available, for example:

  • Social media posts to use on your Facebook page
  • E-newsletter advert for use internally and externally
  • Leaflet distribution to residents / professionals to provide information about Act on Energy
  • Invite us to present interactive training/presentation e.g. Fuel Poverty and Health) via Teams/Zoom for frontline staff to aid them in looking out for those in need before crisis
  • Invite us to attend events, when appropriate.

Making a referral

Act on Energy receives referrals from individual residents and professionals.

To make a referral you can do any of the following:

  • Complete a short, easy, online Enquiry Form www.actonenergy.org.uk/contact-us/
  • Contact Act on Energy on 0800 988 2881
  • Email advice@actonenergy.org.uk
  • Contact your local Community Outreach Worker by telephone or text:
    • Amanda               07458 306300                     North Worcestershire & Solihull
    • Alvynne               07458 306298                     South Warwickshire & South Worcestershire
    • (tbc)                      07458 306299                     North Warwickshire & Coventry

Our COVID Fuel Voucher scheme has been extended until 15th Dec. 2020.

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