GIGACLEAR WORKING IN GRANBOROUGH
Gigaclear will be working in Granborough over the next month, to connect houses where requested, that were missed by AVB. Work may cause some disruption and will take place as follows;
|Area||Permit Start Date||Duration||Notes|
|Park Road||10/06/2019||5 days|
|Denham View||10/06/2019||8 Days|
|Marks Orchard||17/06/2019||5 days|
|20 to the Church Green End||26/08/2019||30 days||Road closure|
|23 to 3 Sovereign Close||Private||10 days|
PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY
Cllr Peter Wright has decided to retire after more than 12 years on the Parish Council. Peter moved to Botolph Claydon several years ago but has continued to support Granborough Parish Council, however since he is now heavily involved in the Claydon’s Parish Council, he has decided it is time to retire. We would like to thank Peter for his considerable contribution, and express our regret at his decision to leave.
The Parish Council are now advertising this vacancy, to express an interest or for more information please contact Tors on Clerk@granborough.org.
Rights Of Way Reporting Tool
The Parish Council is only responsible for ensuring maintenance of two small areas of footpath in the village; From Church Lane along to the far corner of the play area and from Winslow Road down the alleyway opposite The Crown, to the first Stile.
To report an issue on another right of way, please use this link
BBOWT Expressway Legal Challenge
BBOWT’s legal challenge has been granted permission following an appeal to the
BBOWT is arguing that the government has failed to assess the environmental impact of its plans, before choosing the corridor of land within which the Expressway and related housing will be built.
TUCKEY SOLAR FARM
There is a proposal to create a solar installation at Tuckey Farm, please click this link for more information;
Elgin Energy_Tuckey Farm
60 BUS SERVICE
Arriva have announced their intention to cancel the 60 bus service through Granborough and North Marston, from 28th July, because of low passenger numbers. The X60 route will instead be increased to half hourly intervals between Aylesbury and Milton Keynes.
Bucks County Council Public Transport Team have commented as follows;
“Our intention is to provide alternatives for the four villages affected so that they will still have a regular bus service. We are currently reviewing other contracted services in the area along with the passenger loading data…. Once we have an idea of the alternative options I will update you again”
RATS – BATES CLOSE AREA
Rats pose a health risk in residential area and as such, the Environment Department at AVDC have visited a delivered letters in the immediate area. Residents are asked to;
- Ensure that all rubbish bags are placed into the appropriate wheelie bin and put out for collection each week on your collection day.
- Avoid scattering bird seeds on the ground as it encourages rats
- store any dry foods (seeds, pellets, animal biscuits etc.) in an appropriate sealed container, off of the ground
The situation is being monitored.
MID BUCKS BEEKEPERS
Local Beekeepers need your help. Honey Bee swarms are very important. If you see a swarm, please contact us Tel: 07770370132
More info here; 180418 Honey Bee Swarms