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September 18th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

The following is from the Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council website

About dog fouling and penalties

Anyone walking a dog must pick up any fouling and dispose of it correctly. You should always carry bags to put the waste in, then you can either take it home to dispose of, use dog waste bins, or even a litter bin.

Fines

It is an offence to allow your dog to foul in any public place and not clean it up. The fine for this offence – Breach of Public Spaces Protection Order – is: £100 (reduction for early payment if paid within 14 days: £80) (S67 Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014).

The council can also issue a fine if a witness statement is provided by a member of the community. Reports must be passed to the Clean Neighbourhoods Team to investigate. In nearly all cases the witness will remain anonymous whilst action can be taken against the offenders.

It is not a defence to claim that you had nothing with you to clean up the mess.

The law does not apply to guide dogs for the blind.

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September 12th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

If anyone has any queries or would like to add an item for discussion at the Parish Council meeting to be held on Wednesday 25th September 7pm in the Church, please mail; cllrfortune@nailstoneparishcouncil.org.uk before Sunday 15th with details and we will try to accommodate your request.

The final agenda will then be published early next week.

We would like to encourage as many people as possible to come along and get involved.

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September 8th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

NAILSTONE COLLIERY – B585 JUNCTION IMPROVEMENTS

As you may already be aware, Leicestershire County Council (LCC) have entered into an agreement with the developer of the former Nailstone Colliery Site, to deliver the highway improvement planning obligations associated with the planning permission to develop the site granted by Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council.

The works funded by the developer, being delivered by LCC and starting on 30th September 2019, are as follows:

  1. The junction of B585 Victoria Road with C5112 Ellistown Terrace Road/B585 Station Road, which will be upgraded to a signal-controlled junction.
  1. The junction of B585 Station Road/C5112 Station Road with B585 Wood Road, which will be upgraded to a roundabout.
  1. Bagworth Road on the approach to Nailstone village, where a priority buildout will be constructed to help reduce vehicle speeds approaching Nailstone village from the east.

In order to facilitate these works, it will be necessary to use a combination of road closures and temporary traffic lights to ensure the safety of road users, the public and site operatives, with details published on a dedicated website (currently being prepared) following a press release:

https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/nailstone-colliery-b585-junction-improvements

Throughout the project we will work closely with our Contractor to keep the disruption to yourselves and other road users to an absolute minimum but would apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by our works.

If you have any questions about the works once they start on site, please contact James Quick on 0116 305 2263.

If you would like to know further information about the scheme, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Paul Radbun CILT | Assistant Engineer |Asset & Major Programmes | Environment & Transport Department

( 0116 305 0847 | ) 0793 223 7710| y paul.radburn@leics.gov.uk

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August 10th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

DESCRIPTION : Erection of six dwellings and alterations to the existing Public House.
LOCATION : The Bulls Head 88 Main Street Nailstone Nuneaton

Planning 18/01288/FUL

The above application will be reported to the 20 August 2019 meeting of the Council’s Planning Committee.
The Council operates a procedure of public speaking at Planning Committee and any request to speak must be made to the Council’s Democratic Services Officer by 4:00 pm on 16 August 2019. You may request to speak by email at democraticsupport@hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk, in writing at the address below or by telephone on 01455 255879. Requests can be made from the Monday following receipt of this letter. It should be noted that speaking at meetings of the Planning Committee is limited to those that have already made a written comment on the application and is on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you arrange to speak, please arrive at the Hinckley Hub by 6.20 pm. You will need to sign in at reception, where you will be escorted to the De Montfort Suite.
The meeting starts at 6.30p.m. Your attention is drawn to the explanatory details, contained in the above document, which outlines the public speaking procedure.
A copy of the Planning Committee Agenda is available to view online five working days prior to the date of committee using the following link:- www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/planningcommittee.
Yours faithfully
Nicola Smith
Interim Head of Planning

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July 24th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

ADVANCE NOTICE OF A TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER.

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is to be made for the following locations:
Victoria Road, Ellistown
Station Road, Bagworth
Ellistown Terrace Road, Ibstock
Wood Road, Battram

The purpose of the TTRO is to allow Leicestershire County Council to facilitate carriageway improvement works, to include a roundabout being built at the junction with Wood Road, Station Road and Ellistown Terrace Road and traffic lights being installed at the junction with Victoria Road and Ellistown Terrace Road.

The works will be undertaken in phases and include the following

1. Station Road, Bagworth – will be closed whilst the roundabout is being constructed with the traffic from Ellistown Terrace Road and Wood Road being managed under temporary traffic signals. The restriction for this closure will be from 15th September

2. Station Road, Ellistown Terrace Road and Wood Road junction will be closed whilst the final carriageway resurfacing works are being undertaken.

3. Victoria Road, Ellistown Terrace Road, Station Road and Wood Road – A temporary 30mph speed restriction will be in place at this location.

4. Victoria Road and Ellistown Terrace Road will be closed initially for one week from 1 September 2019 at the start of the works and at the final resurfacing stage. Throughout the works there will be multi-phase temporary traffic signals in place.

The duration of the restriction is not anticipated to exceed a period of 9 months commencing on the 1 September 2019.

A Press Release will be issued to confirm these details approximately 2 weeks prior to the works commencing.

Location of Works

Advance Notice of a TTRO

 

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July 23rd, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

Updated Road Closure – 14th to 18th Octover

Location: | Bagworth Road, Nailstone in between property number 81 and farm access.

Description: | Build out traffic calming feature, associated signing and lining and carriageway resurfacing.

Roadworks, delays likely 6th September

Location: | Vero’s Lane Nailstone travelling from A447 to village.

Description: | 13.02 msq total 7 x C/W patches required. 1.15.00 x 0.60. 2. 1.00 x 0.50. 3 1.50 x 0.50. 4. 2.60 x 0.50. 5. 1.00 x 0.59. 6. 0.80 x 0.50. 7. 0.80 x 0.60 (C/WAY Deterioration)

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July 18th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

Upcoming Nailstone Roadworks

Updated Road Closure – 2nd to 6th September

Location: | Bagworth Road, Nailstone inbetween property number 81 and farm access.

Description: | Build out traffic calming feature, associated signing and lining and carriagway resurfacing.

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July 15th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

Snap Dragon flyers

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July 11th, 2019 by Sharon Shaw

It was a balmy summer’s evening that welcomed many local food and drinks companies to the marquee at the Bulls Head, Nailstone. RABI is the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution  and £400 was raised to support farming families.

Over 70 people enjoyed sampling a selection of local produce and were able to buy – Stall holders included: Bittersweet Chocolate; Burleigh’s Gin; Claybrooke Mill; Dreamy Cow Ice-Cream; Golden Duck Brewery; Hambleton Bakery; Inghams Farm Shop; Nyona Recipe; Sparkenhoe Cheese and Stud Farm Meats.

It was also a wonderful opportunity mingle with friends and to support local businesses producing  an amazing variety of delicious food and drink.

Sparkenhoe Cheese Stall

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July 5th, 2019 by Na1lst0n3

Road Closure – 22nd July to 1st September

Location: | Bagworth Road, Nailstone inbetween property number 81 and farm access.

Description: | Build out traffic calming feature, associated signing and lining and carriagway resurfacing.

Roadworks, delays likely 6th September

Location: | Vero’s Lane Nailstone travelling from A447 to village.

Description: | 13.02 msq total 7 x C/W patches required. 1.15.00 x 0.60. 2. 1.00 x 0.50. 3 1.50 x 0.50. 4. 2.60 x 0.50. 5. 1.00 x 0.59. 6. 0.80 x 0.50. 7. 0.80 x 0.60 (C/WAY Deterioration)

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