As you may be aware, NYCC only cut the grass in the village where visibility could impact on road users. Other areas of grass are cut by a contractor arranged by the Parish Council and funds for this grass cutting come from the Precept. We would like to encourage residents, who feel able, to look after any grassed area close to their properties. This could help bring the cost down freeing funds for other projects in the village. If you have any comments please send them to email@example.com
- Date: 16/11/2017
- Time: 9:20am
- Sent By: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Cross border quad bike theft suspects arrested
•Always leave your vehicle locked and alarmed if possible
•Consider fitting an after-market approved immobiliser
•Park in a locked garage or other secure area if you have one, or in a well-lit open space if not
•Never leave the vehicle’s keys in the ignition, in the same outbuilding as the vehicle, or near your front door inside your home
•Be vigilant when using your vehicle for anyone taking an interest in it
•Consider fitting a transponder-based security marking system and tracker device •Have the vehicle’s windows etched with the vehicle identification number
If you are aware of any suspicious activity, contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 or 999 in an emergency.
Since the visit and public meeting, North Yorkshire Highways have agreed the following actions:
Dangerous pedestrian access across A629 near Ings Lane junction-
NYCC Highways agreed to:
- carry out a preliminary design and cost estimate for a traffic / pedestrian island by 31st December 2017. There is no financial provision available for this but an estimate of costs may assist us apply for grants and other finance.
- remove the existing cattle signs and flasher warning lights and replace these with ‘pedestrians crossing’ warning signs.
- replace the directional sign ‘Bradley’ opposite Ings Lane junction with a larger, more prominent sign.
Skipton Road – from Snaygill to Bradley Village
NYCC Highways agreed to install:
- ‘Pedestrians in road ahead’ signs with ‘ No footpath for ¾ mile’ plates to be installed at both the Bradley and Skipton ends of this section of road.
Inconsistent Double white lining on A629 from Ings Lane junction to
The double white ‘no-overtaking’ lines on the A629 stop before a blind summit of road between Ings Lane and Skipton Forge – potential for fatal accidents is high due to risk of vehicles overtaking on the blind summit
NYCC Highways agreed to extend the double white ‘no overtaking’ lines on the small summit on the A629 between Bradley and Cononley.
A number of other requests regarding road safety issues on the A629, Skipton Road and Ings Lane are still being researched and considered.
Bradleys Both Parish Council
NYCC have arranged for the triangle plates to be removed from both ends of Skipton Road over the heath and they will be replaced with “No footway for ¾ mile”.
At the moment discussions are still ongoing but further updates will following in due course.
- Date: 04/11/2017
- Time: 4:16pm
- Sent By: Simon.Thornton@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
- Subject: Attempt Burglary – Bradley