St Briavels Castle Damage advised by English Heritage
Recent extremely heavy rainfall has led to partial collapse of part of the inner Bailey wall of the Castle. With public safety being paramount part of the moat is cordoned off with warning signs displayed in the area adjacent to the curtain wall, which is necessary to keep people safe. English Heritage advise there will be regular safety checks and specialist assessments undertaken until appropriate repairs can be made as soon as possible in the new year.
The Parish Councils proposed Budget for next year has been drafted and will be finalised at our January meeting. Please see the file attached
(junctions with Coldharbour Rd and Hilgay Rd)
The closure is necessary for the safety of the general public due to a deep sink hole. Emergency and Pedestrian access to adjoining premises is to be maintained. This Notice comes into force on the 1st December 2020 for 21 days NOW EXTENDED from 5th Jan 2021 for 2 days – see updated notice Emergency First Notice - Signed
Please see attached map and official notices
Temporary traffic lights to carry out safety improvement works Barrowell Lane, St Briavels.
NOTE start dates are now Monday 7th December not 30th November
Gloucestershire County Council Highways will be carrying out safety improvement works including new tactile paving, reflective bollards, gateway posts, signs and road markings.
Will need to use temporary traffic lights to undertake these works and some traffic delays could be expected. To ensure the safety of pedestrians, road users and our workforce, it is possible that some sections of the footway may also need to be closed at a time.