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Organisation name: Leicestershire County Council
Department: County Solicitor's Legal Section
Contact name: AMANDEEP SANDHU ref. HTWTEMP/2838
Address: County Solicitor's
Leics. LE3 8RA
Telephone number: 0116 3050654
Date: 28th May 2021
Cost Code: 31316 3AV 4503
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Leicester Mercury 21/06/2021 Public Notice More »
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THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(HIGH STREET & FOOTPATH I49, SILEBY) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THORUGH TRAFFIC) (TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF FOOTPATH) ORDER 2021
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Leicestershire County Council intends, not less than 7 days from the date of this Notice, to make an Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to allow for the closure of that length of road and footpath specified in the Schedules to this Notice. The road/footpath are being closed to allow Western Power Distribution Limited undertake works to lay new cables and any other various utility and highway maintenance works. Any member of the public requiring further information should contact Leicestershire Highways on 0116 3050001. It is expected that the Order will come into force on 12th July 2021 and will have a maximum duration of 6 months. The works will commence when the appropriate signs are erected and may last up to 6 months. Closure details will be confirmed locally in due course. The Leicestershire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused during the duration of the Order. During the closure of the road/footpath, the alternative route available to all throughbound vehicular/pedestrian traffic affected can be viewed at https://one.network.
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC
High Street – closed between the junction of Brook Street and the junction of King Street
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF FOOTPATH
Footpath I49 – closed from the junction of High Street to the Electric Sub Station
Dated 21 June 2021
Lauren Haslam, Director of Law and Governance. County Hall Glenfield Leicester LE3 8RA » Less
Posted: Thu, 17 Jun 2021 13:20 by Julie Lovatt
On Monday we have launched a GP practice survey exploring views and experiences of GP-led (primary care) services during the Covid-19 pandemic to help us build on the things that people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland like about the service and to identify areas of care that could be improved.
Over the last year, Coronavirus has placed enormous strain on all areas of the NHS, including your General Practice. Despite that, General Practices have remained 'open' providing more than 6 million appointments over the last 12 months, with the majority still providing face-to-face. Some changes have been made to keep both patients and staff safe though, including increased use of both telephone assessment and, in some cases, online consultation where appropriate. Right now, your GP and GP practice is handling more appointments than ever before. More »
We would love to hear your opinion and about your experiences that will help us to plan for service delivery in the future. Even if you haven't visited your General Practice recently it's still really important that we hear from you so that we can understand the way care needs to be provided to you in the future. The gathered feedback will inform a series of discussions going forward to help create a shared vision for modern, sustainable primary care.
The survey closes on Monday 12th July 2021.
Link to survey: www.bit.ly/PrimaryCareLLR
We would be most grateful if you could share this survey with your communities and networks to enable us to collect the views of a wide range of local people.
If you would like a hardcopy of the survey or people in your networks want support to complete it, please let us know. » Less
Posted: Wed, 16 Jun 2021 14:44 by Julie Lovatt
The county council is working closely with local bus operators to come up with bold plans to improve public transport – and encouraging more people to use it.
The Government has pledged £3 billion to help progress these plans across the country – and Leicestershire is aiming to secure a fair share of the funding.
However, to secure this funding, the council must develop a Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP). The council needs input to help it develop the plan. More »
It wants to find out what people think would improve local bus services and what would encourage them to use local buses more.
It would like to hear from people who already use buses, those who currently don't, as well as from public, private and voluntary organisations.
Posted: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 12:10 by Julie Lovatt