Monthly Archives: November 2022

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Pool Hey Lane – proposed closure

Details of a proposed temporary continuous road closure on Pool Hey Lane, Scarisbrick can be found by clicking here. The closure is proposed from Monday 13th February 2023, until Friday 17th February 2023 to enable the rebuilding of a utility chamber to be carried out by Network Plus on behalf of United Utilities. Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible. Details of a diversion can be found here.

If you have any comments or observations regarding the closure please contact the LCC contact indicated in the attached closure details or email lhsstreetworks@lancashire.gov.uk by Tuesday 29th November 2022.

You can also find details of any other planned works via our Highways Bulletin website which links to all planned works in Lancashire.

Please click on the attached link and select the area that you are interested in.

https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/roads/roadworks-and-traffic-regulation-orders/

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Asmall Lane – proposed closure

Details of a proposed temporary continuous road closure on Asmall Lane, Scarisbrick can be found here. The closure is planned from Saturday 11th February 2023, until Sunday 12th February 2023 to enable the installation of a water connection to be carried out by Network Plus on behalf of United Utilities. Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible. Diversion details can be found here.

 If you have any comments or observations regarding the closure please contact the LCC contact indicated in the attached closure details or email lhsstreetworks@lancashire.gov.uk by Thursday 1st December 2022.

   

You can also find details of any other planned works via our Highways Bulletin website which links to all planned works in Lancashire.

 Please click on the attached link and select the area that you are interested in.

https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/roads/roadworks-and-traffic-regulation-orders/

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Community Engagement Brief

The latest community engagement brief from West Lancashire Borough Council can be accessed by clicking here.

Topics include:

  • West Lancashire Leisure Access Card Membership
  •  Warm & Welcome Spaces
  •  Funding Opportunities – Cost of Living Support Hub
  •  Local Council Tax Discretionary Energy Support Scheme
  • Discretionary housing payments
  • Energy Bills Support Scheme – Beware of scams!
  • Winter vaccinations – boost your immunity this winter
  • Coronavirus update
  • Better Health – Every Mind Matters
  • Lancashire Adult Learning
  • West Lancashire Borough Council’s Website Translation Service

 

 

 

 

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Have you had your say on Lancashire’s roads?

Lancashire County Council is asking for residents’ views on Lancashire’s highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.

The council’s highways team are encouraging people to complete the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey, which measures public satisfaction with services across different local authorities. You can have your say on your roads and transport locally by completing the short survey.

The results will be compared with the views of other members of the public across 111 local authorities in England & Scotland. It will help the county council make future decisions on where to prioritise their resources, share best practice and identify further opportunities to work with other authorities in the future.

This year, the council have made marked improvements to reduce the impact of their work on the environment and are set to achieve a 15% carbon saving in our carriageway capital programme. They recently received a national award in recognition of their Highways Decarbonisation Strategy, which includes the use new lower carbon materials and techniques for road maintenance.

Find out more about how the team are working hard to improve Lancashire’s roads and complete the survey at Road maintenance – Lancashire County Council

Have you had your say on #LancsRoads and completed the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey?

@lancashirecc is asking for residents’ views on their highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.

The results will be compared with the views of other members of the public across 111 local authorities in England & Scotland to help them make future decisions on where they prioritise resources.

Complete the survey at https://www.nhtnetwork.co.uk/isolated/data/scorecard/new/bespoke/122