Please see in the link below a poster that outlines the Locally Identified Priorities for the Rural Police Team for the months of October to December. These have been identified by the locally community as what they want Police and partners to concentrate on.
The Local Police team would also like to ask for some help in collecting the data for the next set of Priorities. I have copied below the link that will take you to the Survey. Our Community can have a real impact on what the Police and partners prioritise in the coming months.
The Link to the Poster Poster
The Link to the survey http://bit.ly/2jsgGBC
A message from NENESCAPE - Landscape and Partnership Scheme:
I am writing to you from River Nene Regional Park. We are working with Kettering Borough Council to facilitate the creation of a Green Infrastructure Delivery Plan for the whole borough, to support the regional and sub-regional green infrastructure plans. There will be ongoing stakeholder engagement with statutory bodies and landowners as well as local community engagement.
In order to ensure we are taking the aspirations of local communities into account and listening to the ideas and opinions of green infrastructure users, we will be holding a few public consultation drop-in events. I have attached a poster with further information and we would be very grateful if you were able to distribute it to public noticeboards, parish magazines and anywhere else your community might be able to see it. We encourage anyone with an interest to come along to any of the workshops (yourselves naturally included in that!) and we look forward to discussing your ideas together. Please also feel free to pass on the poster to local interest groups who use or look after green spaces.
If you or anyone else is unable to come to the drop-in sessions, there is also an online survey here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YSNQ7MT and we are happy for this link to be circulated. The survey will be live until the end of October to collate as many opinions as possible.
If you or anyone else has any questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.
We look forward to meeting you at a drop-in session.
There has been some interest shown from parishes in relation to the East Kettering Development in recent times, so please note that there will be an East Kettering Liaison Forum held at KBC on 7th September from 6.00pm. This is a public meeting and any interested parties are welcome to attend.
A link to the agenda and relevant papers is included below.
Network Rail are requiring to remove vegetation from around the railway structure on Dingley Road in Braybrooke. To undertake this work safely will require that the road is closed 50m either side of the bridge structure for one day between 8am and 5pm. It is expected that the works will take place on the 4th September.
If you require more information about the works please contact Jason Elliott on 01792 775750.
66 local people attended the event in Braybrooke to discuss the plans for the Midland Mainline Upgrade and Substation. Please find attached further information on the plans for a new electricity substation. More news will follow as this develops.
A house on Griffin Rd, Braybrooke has been broken in to overnight. The rear patio door lock was snapped. The intruders came in, took a car key and some cash. They then drove off in one of the house owners cars, while they were asleep.
Please maintain vigilance and ensure security at night and while not at home. Ensure you pass this message onto to your neighbours. Thank you
Northamptonshire County Council is responsible for making sure that all children (aged 0-19) are safe, as healthy as they can, and that any health or development problems are identified as early as possible and the right treatment and care offered.
This includes offering every pregnant mother wellbeing assessments during the third trimester of pregnancy and after the birth of a child, providing support for breast feeding, health assessments and development checks at key points in every child’s life, and advice support and information to help all families support their children to grow up happy, healthy and achieving their full potential.
This service is currently delivered by the 0-19 Public Health Nursing Service, which is made up of Health Visitors and School Nurses (these are registered nurses who have additional public health qualifications depending on whether they work with families and young children 0-4 or with young people aged 5-19), specialist breast feeding nurses and nurses who have been specially trained to deliver support to teenage parents. The nursing teams are supported by nursery nurses and other support staff and liaise closely with family doctors, hospital A and E departments, Children’s Centres and social care staff.
We want to make access to this service as easy as possible for parents and their children.
You can have your say in a number of different ways:
Details of this consultation and other past and present consultations are available on Northamptonshire County Council’s Consultation Register.
Northamptonshire Highways is consulting on the Northampton North-West Relief Road, which will link the A428 Harlestone Road with the A5199 Welford Road and serve the housing growth that is proposed to the west and north of Northampton. It will also help address existing congestion, particularly in Kingsthorpe, by providing another crossing of the river valley.
The proposed route is being consulted upon until Friday 4th August and you can have your say in a number of different ways:
Midland Main Line Upgrade – proposed new electricity substation to supply the railway: preview at community consultation event on Tuesday 4 July 2017
The Midland Main Line railway is undergoing the largest upgrade since it was completed in 1870. Upgrades to the line include track realignment, station remodelling, capacity works, bridge reconstructions and signalling improvements. In addition, the line from Bedford via Kettering to Corby will be electrified by December 2019 – enabling faster, more efficient trains to operate on the network and a quieter, cleaner environment for lineside neighbours.
The upgrade plans include a number of electrical connections to National Grid’s network. These are at intervals along the railway line. One of those is needed here.
We’re currently developing plans for a new electricity substation to provide electricity supplies to the railway. The site is just north of the rail line, under the National Grid overhead line in Braybrooke parish. The proposed access to the site is from Kettering Road, off the A6.
Before we apply for planning permission around the end of July, we’d like to invite you to a preview of our community consultation event from 2pm – 3pm on Tuesday 4 July at Braybrooke Village Hall, Griffin Rd, Braybrooke, LE16 8LH. The event is open to the public from 3pm. We’d like to share our proposals, give you an opportunity to find out more, ask questions and share your views.
Our project team will be on hand to discuss the proposed new substation. Representatives from Network Rail will also be available to answer questions about the Midland Main Line Upgrade and its electrification programme.
The new substation is one of four new supply points along the railway. The first at Charlton in London is underway. The second here at Braybrooke is needed for October 2020.
The new substation will connect to a proposed new trackside feeder station which Network Rail will build as part of the rail upgrade works. Approximately 150 metres of buried electricity cables will connect the trackside feeder station to the substation. The substation will connect to our existing overhead line at an existing pylon. No new overhead lines are needed.