Central Bedfordshire Council
Re: Kerbside garden waste suspension
It has been confirmed that the kerbside garden waste suspension will take place be between Monday, 9 December 2019 and Friday, 28 February 2020 inclusive. The service will resume as normal on Monday, 2 March 2020.
During this period all other waste collections will take place as normal.
Proposed Temporary Road Closure – School Lane, Husborne Crawley
If you have any observations you wish to make I would be grateful if you could let me know as soon as possible.
Road: School Lane, Husborne Crawley
Application from: Aislinn Collins – Ringway Jacobs - 03003008049
Reason: Replacement of existing bridge with a box culvert
Length affected: Church End Farm Culvert
Date: These works are expected to take place between the dates 14th April to 26th June 2020 for 24hrs a day we anticipate that it is likely to take place for around 6 weeks
Diversion: Head north-east on Mill Rd/A4012 towards Mill Rd/A4012
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A507
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Salford Rd/A507
Turn left onto Bedford Rd/A507
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Bedford Rd
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Bedford Rd
Destination will be on the left Map below
NB. The applicant will be responsible for taking down all Central Bedfordshire Council public notices immediately after the works requiring the Order have been completed.
Husborne Crawley is a small parish within Central Bedfordshire with a total population of about 200. Much of the village is a conservation area and many of the buildings are listed.
It has a beautiful 13th Century Church, a highly successful Lower School, a much loved pub, "The White Horse" and a newly-refurbished, well used village hall, called "The Reading Room".
The Parish Council consists of seven full members supported by a stipendiary Clerk. Meetings are open to all residents.
Husborne Crawley Lower School raised funding for a defibrillator. This is now up and running for emergency use for anyone in need of it not just for the school children. It is situated on the outside of the school near the big porch. When ringing 999, the caller will be notified where the machine is and the user will be given a code which unlocks the machine then the machine itself talks the user through the procedure. The ambulance service will have been advised automatically and will arrive as soon as possible to assess the situation.