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Road closure in Church Road 2nd – 5th January

Closed for BT ducting works

Local Plan for the Broads

Local Plan for the Broads: Have your say
Public drop-in session
 Come and talk to members of Broads Authority staff about the Local Plan for the Broads consultation:
 
Sat 9th December, Potter Heigham Village Hall, 10am – 12pm
Reminder: How to respond to the consultation
Please make your response to the consultation documents on our comments form, using the guidance to help you determine which Tests of Soundness your comments refer to. Information available on the website www.broads-authority.gov.uk/broadsconsultations.
Email completed comments forms to: planningpolicy@broads-authority.gov.uk
The deadline for responses is 4pm on 5 January 2018.
All comments received will be made public and cannot be treated as confidential.

Broads Local Plan

Local Plan for the Broads: Have your say
Public drop-in sessions
A reminder that there are two more public drop-in sessions when you can come and talk to members of Broads Authority staff about the Local Plan for the Broads consultation:
Wed 6th December, Geldeston Village Hall, 6pm-8pm
Sat 9th December, Potter Heigham Village Hall, 10am – 12pm
Reminder: How to respond to the consultation
Please make your response to the consultation documents on our comments form, using the guidance to help you determine which Tests of Soundness your comments refer to. Information available on the website www.broads-authority.gov.uk/broadsconsultations.
Email completed comments forms to: planningpolicy@broads-authority.gov.uk
The deadline for responses is 4pm on 5 January 2018.
All comments received will be made public and cannot be treated as confidential.
We look forward to hearing your views.
 
Natalie Beal
Planning Policy Officer
01603 610734
Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road. Norwich NR1 1RY
01603 610734
www.broads-authority.gov.uk

No Cold Calling Zone for the village

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards has agreed to survey residents to see if there is support for the whole village to be designated a No Cold Calling Zone.

Some of you have already contacted the Parish Council to indicate your support for this. NCC is now writing to those residents who have not yet said whether or not they support the scheme.

We need a high level of support for this to go ahead so please do complete the form which will be delivered through your door shortly in a brown envelope. There is a pre-paid envelope enclosed for your reply.

If you don’t receive an envelope and don’t think you have already contacted the Parish Council, please either email the parish clerk, Pauline James at Paulinejames@aol.com giving your name, address and stating whether you support the scheme, or download the form below, complete it and email it to trading.standards@norfolk.gov.uk or post it to Trading Standards, Priory House, Austin Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1EB

survey form

details and FAQs

 

 

 

 

Agenda for meeting on 7th December

Agenda

Acle Lloyds bank to close

Click here for Lloyds factsheet

Give Blood – 5th December

Tuesday, 5th December at Acle Recreation Centre

Ring 0300 123 23 23 or click here to book a slot

Police meeting on 24th November

On Friday, 24th November there will be a public meeting with Inspector Lisa Hooper who manages the Acle area (Acle and 11 surrounding parishes). This is a public meeting to talk about the changes to the police structure – making PCSOs redundant and closing the Acle station. Please come along and bring your friends or neighbours as it’s an important change.

7.00pm at Acle Methodist Church, Bridewell Lane. Refreshments from 6.45pm.

Weekend closures of Acle Road 2/3 and 9/10 December

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the C875 South Walsham Road from a point 150 metres north west of its junction with the U59932 Englands Road for a distance of 320 metres north westwards in the PARISH OF ACLE because of sewer connection works.

The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 2nd December 2017 to 3rd December 2017 and 9th December 2017 to 10th December 2017 for the duration of the works, expected to be 4 days within the period.

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