Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

We are pleased to advise that Cheshire West & Chester have marked out parking bays in front of, and behind, the Community Centre.  

As parking is very limited on Hollow Lane we would ask village motorists to consider using these spaces for parking their cars rather than on the main road by the Co-op and St Johns school. 

Bays have been 'hatched out' on either side of the passage through the hedge from the rear of the Horseshoe Pub to the Community Centre to ensure 24 hour wheelchair/pushchair access.

The Kingsley Parish Council Annual Report for 2016 is now available for viewing at http://www.kingsleyvillage.co.uk/index.php/services-council/parish-council/minutes

A hard copy is available to be viewed by contacting the Parish Clerk 01928 787303

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF KINGSLEY PARISH COUNCIL WILL BE HELD

IN KINGSLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE ON TUESDAY 20th OCTOBER 2015 AT 7.30PM

Prior to commencement of the main business of the evening Councillors will meet with prospective candidates for Parish Councillor commencing at 7.00pm

The Agenda and Planning Agenda can be downloaded in PDF format:

October Agenda 2015October Agenda 2015 October Planning Agenda 2015October Planning Agenda 2015

Parking Enforcement at Cross/Hollow Lane on Yellow Lines.

The Parish Council have been informed that Mark Jones (Cheshire West &Chester Environment), has advised that their parking services team will be attending Cross/ Hollow Lane site to monitor parking and issue penalty tickets where appropriate.

HEDGES AND TREES OVERHANGING THE HIGHWAY (INCLUDING FOOTPATHS AND PAVEMENTS)


The 
Cheshire West and Cheshire Area Highways teams regularly receive complaints about hedges and trees on private property that have been allowed to overhang the highway.  This makes life difficult for pedestrians, particularly those walking with children/with a pushchair, walking with a walking stick or in a wheelchair, who are forced to walk on the verge or in the road to get past the vegetation.  Overgrowth of rural hedges can obstruct visibility at junctions and on bends, increasing the risk of accidents.

Now that the bird nesting season is over we’re asking everyone to look at the hedges and trees on their property and check that they have not encroached onto the footway or carriageway.  If they have, can owners please put some time aside to cut them back – and take into account a bit of ‘growing’ room for next year.

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