Road Closure Priory Lane September 2020

 

 

TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT, 1984

 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984,

that the Oxfordshire County Council

 

TEMPORARILY  PROHIBITS WAITING ON THE HIGHWAY

BY ALL MOTOR VEHICLES

        

         LOCATION:         Burford, Priory Lane

                   

         REASON:            To facilitate carriageway / patching resurfacing works

 

DURATION:         Starting on 21 September 2020

                                     The anticipated completion date is 25 September 2020 (date included). This will operate between 07:00 and 17:00

 

                                     (Traffic Regulation Notices cover a maximum of 5 consecutive days.)

                            

         ACCESS:             Limited access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for frontages subject to the progress of the works

 

The “No Waiting” restriction means that wherever there are in place yellow “No Waiting” cones, you will not be able to park vehicles on the highway.

        

SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: via Sheep Street, High Street, Priory Lane and vice versa

         Jason Russell, Director for Infrastructure Delivery

Communities

                                                                                          Date: 28 May 2020

Covid-19 Help

 

 

BURFORD EMERGENCY ACTION TEAM (“BEAT”)

BEAT will help “at risk” people through the coronavirus crisis for however long it lasts. “At risk” means:-

                               Over 70

                               Disabled or long term sick

                               Pregnant

                               Otherwise housebound

If you know anybody, or know of anybody, in any of these categories who needs help please notify John White at john.white@burford-tc.gov.uk or on 01993 822296.

If you are willing to help please notify Maggie Andrews at town.clerk@burford-tc.gov.uk or on 01993 823647.

“Help” includes shopping, collecting prescriptions, dog walking, phone or email visits and anything else which the affected person cannot do for himself or herself and which does not involve entering their home.

Burford Town Council