Neighbourhood Plan: Designated Area Consultation

The Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan covers Norton In Hales, Adderley and Moreton Say. This will give us a say in how our villages develop over the next ten years so it’s an important plan and we all should be part of it.

Work has been underway to get it started over the last few months and we have formally notified Shropshire Council that we wish to develop our own Neighbourhood Plan. Shropshire Council have taken our proposal and put it out for consultation: this is an important first step.

The consultation will run until 24th October and you can see the proposed Designated Area here:

http://shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/adderley-moreton-say-and-norton-in-hales-neighbourhood-plan/

If you have a view on the nature and extent of the area you should respond to the consultation using the links found at that address.

To find out more about the Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan, who is involved, what it means and how to get engaged in the plan you can visit:

Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan

or you can follow the RSS feed on the News page of this website.

 

 

Speeding on Rectory Lane Plus The Latest on the A529

Things are happening on the A529!  Shropshire Council have secured funding for safety measures to the A529, a large section of which runs through Adderley parish. Shropshire Council’s funding application can be seen here Road Safety Fund Application . The Sub-Committee have already made contact with Shropshire Council’s Project Team to maximise the funds that are made available to reduce the average speed of traffic through our village.  As such a letter has been submitted to outline our initial suggestions taking into account the comments we have already received from parishioners Letter to Shropshire Council re A529 .  We will continue to engage fully with Shropshire Council as the project progresses.  You can see that we have received a positive response from the Council Submission Response

You will all be aware of the speed monitoring sign which continues to move around the village, collecting data and raising awareness.   You can click on the graphs below to see the latest results from Rectory Lane.

We always welcome new members to join our Sub-Committee and value any comments/suggestions from parishioners.

Parish Council’s Response To The West Midlands Police Commissioner

Earlier this year Parish Council’s in the West Midlands were asked to respond to a survey by the Police Commissioner. We are fortunate in that we live in a low crime area however, when crimes do occur we suffer from the low level of resourcing that affects our Police Officers in Market Drayton. The response of the Parish Council is below and it reflects our lack of confidence in levels of policing.

Response to Parish Council Police Survey

Annual Parish Meeting

You are invited to

ADDERLEY VILLAGE HALL

on 

WEDNESDAY 30th MAY 2018 At 8 pm

Lots goes on behind the scenes to help to make Adderley the place it is. You should attend this meeting for a number of reasons.

You can learn more about that’s going on in support of:

  • Improved mobile telephone signal (possible representative from EE to answer questions)
  • Improved speed awareness and A529 road improvements (this affects everybody)
  • Joint Neighbourhood Plan, with Moreton Say and Norton in Hales (setting our own planning rules)
  • The future of the Village Hall, including a possible re-build (your input is important)

You can have a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit plus the bar will be open for soft drinks or something a little more robust.

There are opportunities to become involved in these important issues and to help to set the agenda for the next year. We look forwards to seeing you there.

Parish Council Vacancy

There is a vacancy on the Parish Council following the sudden and tragic death of Councillor Stephen Patterson.

Please read the attached information.

If you feel that you would like to join the Parish Council and give some of your time towards the life of the village please contact the Parish Clerk, Jane Evans adderleyparish@hotmail.com

Notice of Casual Vacancy

Important! A529 Traffic Survey

You cannot fail to have noticed that the A529 has been identified as one of the top 50 most dangerous roads in the UK. This is no longer a matter of local opinion it is a matter of nationally recognised fact.

The Parish Council working group is undertaking a Traffic and Road Safety Questionnaire to help build the evidence base for holding discussions with the Local Authority about improvements to the road which cuts through the  village.

If you haven’t already done so it is vital that you respond to this questionnaire. Instructions for responding are included in the attached document. Please answer the questions and let us know your views.

Traffic & Road Safety Questionnaire – Sept 17

The Results Are In!

In July we installed the speed checker on Green Bank in response to more concerns from Residents about the speed of vehicles travelling towards the A529. we now have the analysis from the two weeks in which the checker was in place.

The speed results for Green Bank 7th July – 18th July 2017:

  • 373 vehicles recorded of which 10.86%, 40 vehicles, travelled at more than 30 mph.
  • Of these 40 vehicles only 8 were travelling in excess over 35 mph of which the worst was 51 mph Tuesday 18th July between 7 and 8 am.

What next? There is a meeting with Shropshire Council to discuss road safety on the A529 on the 29th/30th August which members of the Parish Council will attend. The A529 between Market Drayton and Audlem has been identified as one of the top 50 roads in the country with the highest risk of being killed or seriously injured. We will take the information from the speed checker on Green Bank and the A529 to the meeting with us.

Parish Council Provides New Benches in the Village

Did you know that the playground is unbelievably well used by children in the village? Just wander by at the end of the school day and you will see parents and children having fun, and that’s the way it should be. For a while now the benches in the play area have been is an increasingly sorry state so we are pleased to have been in a position to provide new benches in this well used facility.

In addition, following requests from the parishioners we have been able to provide a further  bench in the old bus shelter at the junction of Green Bank and Station Road. The steady climb up to this point is challenging for some of our respected older  residents and it’s a pleasure to be able to provide a point of rest in the shelter (despite the lack of buses)