We have received notification of an emergency temporary road closure due to a burst water main on Grove Road, Hethersett from the 27th November to the 3rd December 2018. Full details of the road closure and the diversionary route can be found using the link below.
Road Closure – Grove Road
We have received notification of an emergency temporary road closure on the C169 High Green, Great Melton from today (27th November) to the 29th November 2018. Full details of the road closure and the diversionary route can be found using the link below.
Great Melton NTRO2260 Emergency Notice
The following update has been received from Norfolk County Council regarding the temporary road closure on Back Lane for carriageway resurfacing. We have been advised that the ‘direction’ for access to the Village Hall and neighbouring properties will vary daily depending on which section is being resurfaced. Some days access will be from the Churchfields direction and on others it will be from the Henstead Road/Little Melton Road direction. Which direction will only be known on the day:
“Work will begin on Monday 19 November to carry out major carriageway resurfacing works on Back Lane, Hethersett. The work take four days to complete subject to suitable weather conditions.
The site will extend from the junction with Little Melton Road eastwards to the junction with Baker Drive & Churchfields.
During the resurfacing works it will be necessary to close the road to all through traffic at this location. A fully signed official diversion route via Norwich Road, Queens Road & Henstead Road will be in operation between 7.30am and 5.00pm each day.
Vehicle access to businesses and properties within the limits of the closure will be maintained from one end at all times. Pedestrian access will be maintained while work is underway.
The County Council would like to thank people for their patience while these works to replace the existing damaged road surface are carried out.
The work which will cost £54,000 will be carried out by Norfolk County Council’s Community & Environmental Services Department and their contractors.
For Further Information
Dave Barley, Surfacing Engineer 0344 800 8020.”
Hethersett Parish Council has a Councillor vacancy which can now be filled by co-option directly by the Parish Council. For further details please see the attached document.
Co-option Notice – 16th October 2018
Work on phase 3 of the Wymondham to Hethersett cycleway will commence on the 15th October 2018. Please see the public information notice for full details.
WymondhamHethersett PIN October2018
The review of the Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) for Hethersett Parish Council for the year ended 31st March 2018 has now been completed. Copies of the Notice of conclusion of audit and the certified AGAR (Sections 1, 2 & 3) can be found under the Finance Menu.
Hethersett Parish Council has 13 Councillors who are elected to represent the best interests of local residents. The four-year term of this Council commenced in May 2015 when the full Council was open to election. Councillors, all of whom live in Hethersett, are: Adrienne Quinlan (Chairman), Stephen Slack (Vice-Chairman), Dr Anne Edwards, Viv Hawes, Shane Hull, Chris Morriss, Eileen Mulvaney, John Nightingale, Marilyn Savory, Mike Stark, Peter Steward and Tony West. The Parish Council can exercise legal powers to run certain local facilities and services and its activities are funded by an extra cost known as a “precept” added to each householder’s Council Tax bill. For the year ending in April 2019, the precept is £95,300. A Parish Clerk, Annette Palmer, is employed to act in legal and administrative matters and as a point of contact for residents. South Norfolk District Council consults the Parish Council on all local planning issues, appeals, inquiries and licensing where these affect Hethersett. The Full Council meets on the third Monday of each month, except August. Members of the public may attend and speak before and after the business of the meeting. The Council, either through its own activities or by giving assistance to other village groups, is involved in providing, maintaining and protecting: • Open spaces • Grass cutting in the Village and Churchyard • Footpath lighting • Litter control • Seats and shelters • The Village Hall and skatepark – The Memorial Playing Field and facilities and the Village Hall are run by respective Managememt Committees seperate from the Parish Council, with nominated Council representatives on the Committees. The Parish Council helps with funding to both village amenities.