The minutes from the meeting on the 4th February are now available to view on our Website - click here to view them.
Latest update from Anglia Water here
UPDATE Anglia Water have informed me they have now fixed the leak.
I have received a report of a leaking sewerage drain in Woburn Lane this morning, between Bedford Road and Spinney Lane. I have reported it to Anglian Water, and they have assigned it as a fast track response, so will be out to assess it within the next 6 hours.
The NDP Committee, which is composed of councillors and residents, have pulled together a DRAFT version of the Aspley Guise NDP, using information obtained from the questionnaires completed by our residents.
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The latest agenda for the next meeting is available to view on our website.
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Update from CBC on latest road closure:
From 8pm on Friday 15 February until 6am on Monday 18 February, both the A421 (from Eagle Farm roundabout near Magna Park, down to near Junction 13 of the M1) and Cranfield Road bridge (leading to Wavendon Road in Salford) will be closed, for bridge works.
Follow the link for more information and diversion routes:
On Thursday 7th February, our Central Beds Ward Councillor Budge Wells, Central Beds Highways Officer Mark MacDonald and resident John Baker visited Trunk Furlong to inspect a problem that AGPC had raised about a year ago (previously inspected by Highways, our Councillor Barrie Plasom, John Baker and another parishioner) around parking outside No21 on a bend, where cars are parking on soft ground and causing a problem for passengers getting in and out of cars there. There are several elderly residents living adjacent to the site, and they find it hard to access cars for this very problem.
We are pleased that Mark acknowledged it was a problem, and he has suggested a layby construction opposite the site, which would relieve parking issues on the bend and passengers getting in and out of the cars.
We are now in discussion with CBC on how this can be moved forwards, and will keep you posted on any developments
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