Little Paxton Parish Council

Serving the people of Little Paxton

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Clerk: Mrs Jenny Gellatly
11 Hayling Avenue, Little
Paxton, St. Neots
Cambridgeshire PE19 6HG

Tags: Highways

Advance warning Mill Lane bridge will closed 19th-22nd March 8pm - 6am

Advance warning Mill Lane bridge will closed 19th-22nd March  8pm - 6am

Cambridgeshire County Council Highways will be starting work to install the new zebra crossing on Mill Lane, Little Paxton. The work will be carried out overnight to minimise disruption.

The Mill Lane bridge will be closed from 19th - 22nd March 8pm - 6am.

Diversion routes will be signposted.

#LittlePaxton#MillLaneBridge#Highways

Posted: Tue, 05 Feb 2019 08:22 by Jenny Gellatly

Tags: community, Mill Lane Bridge, Highways

Winter Gritting

Winter Gritting

The areas the Parish Council will grit as a part of the Winter Gritting Programme are:

1. Entrance from the QEII Playing Field from the High Street to the Doctors Surgery. This includes the footpath along side the children's play park.

2. The Rookery Steps & Ramp.

3. Footpath through St James Churchyard.

Gritting will only take place on the days the Council Groundsman works i.e. Monday - Friday (mornings).... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 21 Nov 2018 13:23 by Jenny Gellatly

Tags: QEII Playing field, Highways

Road Improvements Great North Road - near Conservatory Village

Road Improvements Great North Road - near Conservatory Village

Road improvements are due to start on the Great North Road from the A1 junction to the High Street.

The planned works will include installation of street lighting, widening the existing pavement,alterations to the road configuration, new road markings and new street signage.

The work is due to start 30th July and will last for a period of 8 - 10 weeks.

The contractors are Henderson & Taylor.

Posted: Wed, 18 Jul 2018 13:43 by Jenny Gellatly

Tags: Highways, Planning

Village Consultation

Village Consultation

The Parish Council is applying to Cambridgeshire County Council Highways Improvement Scheme 2019 to reduce the speed limit in the village (including Mill Lane & a section of The Great North Road) from 30mph to 20mph.

As part of the application process for funding, a consultation is required.

This is your chance to let us know what you think.

Please let us know you comments by 20th July 2018.

Posted: Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:25 by Jenny Gellatly

Tags: Highways