Tag Archives: Surrey County Council

Emergency utility works on Farnham Lane, Haslemere

Sent: 28 September 2020 12:55
To: Nikki Barton <Nikki.Barton@surreycc.gov.uk>
Subject: Emergency utility works on Farnham Lane, Haslemere

Dear Councillor,

For your information can I advise you of emergency works being carried out on Farnham Lane, Haslemere (Opposite Bracken Cottage).

Thames Water need to repair a burst water main. The traffic management that is placed is a Road Closure and the estimated end date is the 01/10/2020.

Kind Regards,

Network Coordinator – Waverley

Streetworks Team

Surrey Highways

Emergency utility works on Lower Street, Haslemere

Sent: 24 September 2020 10:37
To: Nikki Barton <Nikki.Barton@surreycc.gov.uk>

Subject: Emergency utility works on Lower Street, Haslemere

Dear Councillor,

For your information can I advise you of emergency works being carried out on Lower Street, Haslemere (Outside 66).

Thames Water need to repair a burst water main. The traffic management that is placed is Two-Way Signals and the estimated end date is the 30/09/2020.

We have requested manual control between 06:30-09:30 & 16:00-18:30 to minimise disruption as much as possible.

Kind Regards,

Network Coordinator – Waverley

Streetworks Team

Surrey Highways

Telephone: 01483 518035

For more information about what we do, please visit
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Public Footpath 24 (Haslemere) Diversion Order

Notice of Making of an Order

Highways Act 1980 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981
Surrey County Council
Public Footpath No. 24 (Haslemere)
Public Path Diversion Order 2020

The above Order, made on 2 September 2020, under section 119 of the Highways Act 1980 and section 53A(2) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 will, if confirmed, divert Footpath 24 (Haslemere) running from a point at Grid Ref 489859 134365 in a southerly turning to south easterly direction for 46m, to a line running from the same point in a south easterly direction for 40m, as shown on the Order Map.

A copy of the Order and Map may be seen free of charge at the Countryside Access Office, Surrey County Council, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford GU4 7BQ (by appointment Tel. 0300 2001003) and at Farnham Library, Vernon House, 28 West Street, Farnham, GU9 7DR during opening hours. A copy of the Order may be purchased from the County Council for £4.

Any representations or objections to the Order must be sent in writing to Countryside Access quoting reference DJ/AW/3/1/20 at Surrey County Council, Whitebeam Lodge, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford GU4 7BQ by 9 October 2020. Please state the grounds on which they are made. If no representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are withdrawn, Surrey County Council may confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. Any representations not withdrawn will be sent with the Order to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for confirmation.

Please note that in the interests of open government, responses to this consultation may be disclosed to the public and may be summarised for inclusion in committee reports. If you do not wish your personal details to be made public please notify us in your response.

Enquiries to: Countryside Access Team, Surrey County Council, Whitebeam Lodge, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ Tel: 03456 009009 or email: rightsofway@surreycc.gov.uk

A287 Sturt Road, Haslemere – Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2020

From Surrey County Council Highways:

Reference: ME-875331 – Surrey Highways: TRO A287 Sturt Road, Haslemere

Surrey County Council proposes to make the above mentioned Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of A287 Sturt Road, Haslemere that is crossed by the “Sicklemill Railway Bridge” and for a distance of 30m either side.

This Traffic Order is required to enable Centurion/Network Rail to carry out examinations and/or maintenance to the railway bridge. These works are anticipated to be carried out between the hours of 10pm and 5am, within 1 night of the 12 month period of operation of this Temporary Order that commences on 10 September 2020.

Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closure will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. No sole access to any property will be affected however access for emergency services, pedestrians and; dismounted cyclists, equestrians will be maintained at all times. The vehicular diversion route will be via Midhurst Road and Lower Street.

Surrey County Council Libraries re-opening plan

Here is some information about Surrey’s libraries re-opening:

Haslemere Library is in the last tranche – planning to be open on August 17th offering click and collect door service allowing customers to return their items and collect Ready Reads and reserved books. These libraries have not yet been confirmed but it is anticipated that they will be opening

The libraries listed above that are reopening on the 17th August will offer a limited browsing, borrow, return and PC model subject to staff availability, further updates to guidance and any local lockdowns. This includes revised HR guidance regarding shielded and vulnerable staff, the restart of schools and other childcare settings, and current local and national guidance which all may impact on staff availability.

This document gives more detailed information about libraries re-opening.

Road closure on Sun Brow, Haslemere – Carriageway surfacing

From: Works Communication Team/EAI/SCC

To: Nikki Barton <Nikki.Barton@surreycc.gov.uk>

Subject: Road closure on Sun Brow, Haslemere – Carriageway surfacing

Please find attached the leaflet for the surfacing works on Sun Brow, Haslemere. The leaflets will be delivered to local residents and businesses over the next few working days.

Sun Brow, Haslemere

Road closed

3 August

For 1 day

8am – 5pm

Please see the attached leaflet for the extents of our work.

Roadworks during the coronavirus restrictions

The government and Department for Transport have asked the Highway Sector Council to make every effort to deliver essential highways projects on all local authority highway networks, whilst abiding by the COVID-19 safe working practices. We are therefore carrying out these works in line with central government and COVID-19 safe working practises and in accordance with the CLC Site Operating Procedures, endorsed by Public Health England.

Our sub-contractor will have appropriate procedures in place to ensure their staff can comply with government advice. We would ask that you please respect these workers as they deliver these highways services.

We will continue to keep Surrey moving and all key routes will remain open and safe for key workers. For more information visit www.ourroads.today.

Sometimes our plans have to change, often due to bad weather or problems on other works in the same programme which can have a knock on effect. If anything changes with the details of these works, we will let you know.

You and your residents can also find up to date details and receive updates of the works on https://one.network/

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on 0300 200 1003 or email works.communication@surreycc.gov.uk.

Kind regards

Works Communication Officer

Works Communication Team

Surrey Highways

Road closure on Kings Road, Haslemere – Carriageway patching works

Please find here the information leaflet for the carriageway patching works on the Kings Road, Haslemere. Signs and leaflets will be delivered today.

Pavement works – 21 July, for 3 days, 7:30 – 17:30

Roadworks during the coronavirus restrictions

The government and Department for Transport have asked the Highway Sector Council to make every effort to deliver essential highways projects on all local authority highway networks, whilst abiding by the COVID-19 safe working practices. We are therefore carrying out these works in line with central government and COVID-19 safe working practises and in accordance with the CLC Site Operating Procedures, endorsed by Public Health England.

Our sub-contractor will have appropriate procedures in place to ensure their staff can comply with government advice. We would ask that you please respect these workers as they deliver these highways services.

We will continue to keep Surrey moving and all key routes will remain open and safe for key workers. For more information visit www.ourroads.today.

If anything changes with the details of these works, we will let you know. You can also find up to date details of the works on www.surreycc.gov.uk/roadworks. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on works.communication@surreycc.gov.uk.

Kind regards

Works Communication Officer

Works Communication Team

Surrey Highways

Proposed Puffin Crossing in Woolmer Hill Road, Haslemere

I am confirming that a puffin crossing will be installed, with works starting on July 20th, 2020 at Woolmer Hill School. I have been working with the Highways team for several years to secure funding for this highways improvement that will help to improve road safety for the many pupils that walk to school and also encourage others to walk to reduce carbon emissions, traffic congestion and in promoting more active travel to benefit the health and well-being of the pupils and staff.

SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSED PUFFIN CROSSING IN WOOLMER HILL ROAD (D5508) HASLEMERE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Surrey County Council, in exercise of their powers under Section 23 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with Section 23(2)(A) of the said Act of 1984, propose to upgrade the existing uncontrolled pedestrian crossing on Woolmer Hill Road (D5508) Haslemere to a signal controlled Puffin crossing situated adjacent to the property known as “Pitfold House”. The crossing will measure 4 metres in width, between the studs. The centre line of the crossing will be from a point 16 metres south east of its junction with the entrance to “Woolmer Hill School”.

A copy of the Public Notice and plan may be view on-line at https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/policies-plans-consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Woolmer Hill Road, Haslemere puffin crossing proposal). If you are unable to access the webpage, copies can be obtained by contacting the Traffic Regulation Orders Team at this address: Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Surrey County Council, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ

Essential Safety Improvement work – Woolmer Hill Road, Haslemere

Subject: Essential Safety Improvement work – Woolmer Hill Road, Haslemere

Dear Cllr Barton

Please find attached the letter for the safety improvement work on Woolmer Hill Road, Haslemere. The letters are due to be delivered tomorrow.

Roadworks during the coronavirus restrictions

The government and Department for Transport have asked the Highway Sector Council to make every effort to deliver essential highways projects on all local authority highway networks, whilst abiding by the COVID-19 safe working practices. We are therefore carrying out these works in line with central government and COVID-19 safe working practises and in accordance with the CLC Site Operating Procedures, endorsed by Public Health England.

Our sub-contractor will have appropriate procedures in place to ensure their staff can comply with government advice. We would ask that you please respect these workers as they deliver these highways services.

We will continue to keep Surrey moving and all key routes will remain open and safe for key workers. For more information visit www.ourroads.today.

If anything changes with the details of these works, we will let you know. You can also find up to date details of the works on www.surreycc.gov.uk/roadworks. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on works.communication@surreycc.gov.uk.

Kind regards

Works Communication Officer

Works Communication Team

Surrey Highways