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Submitted

08/06/2017 21:15:31

Reference No

5419

 

Issue Summary

CATG Warminster Road

 

Latest Update

20/07/2017 10:07:37 This item was discussed at the most recent meeting of Westbury CATG. The members of CATG did not support the introduction of a direction sign suggesting most users are aware of location and introduction of signing could set unwanted precedent. This issue will now be closed.


10/07/2017 09:31:52 Westbury Town Council fully support the United Reformed Church approaching Wiltshire Council for the provision of a sign and the committee suggests the church sent out maps with their hire details. This will be discussed at the next CATG meeting in July


12/06/2017 13:38:20 Thank you for raising your issue with the Area Board. The Council has set up a way for local people to decide local highway improvement priorities. A local community area transport group (CATG) of local people and elected councillors comes together to consider issues and proposals and to recommend those schemes that can be taken forward in any year. Before the CATG can consider a proposal, it must first consult the local parish or town council. Only if the parish supports the issue will it be considered further. If your issue is supported by the parish council, it will be submitted to the CATG for consideration. The CATG will then decide whether it should go forward onto the list of priority schemes. Resources are very limited, so it is important that schemes are prioritised in this way. Obviously, not all schemes can be taken forward and some proposals may have to wait a while before they become a priority for funding. The CATG makes recommendations to the Area Board who will decide which schemes will be funded and taken forward. We will keep you informed of progress as we go through the steps outlined.


CATG Action / Recommendation

20/07/2017 10:07:37 .


10/07/2017 09:31:52 .


12/06/2017 13:38:20 Thank you for raising your issue with the Area Board. The Council has set up a way for local people to decide local highway improvement priorities. A local community area transport group (CATG) of local people and elected councillors comes together to consider issues and proposals and to recommend those schemes that can be taken forward in any year. Before the CATG can consider a proposal, it must first consult the local parish or town council. Only if the parish supports the issue will it be considered further. If your issue is supported by the parish council, it will be submitted to the CATG for consideration. The CATG will then decide whether it should go forward onto the list of priority schemes. Resources are very limited, so it is important that schemes are prioritised in this way. Obviously, not all schemes can be taken forward and some proposals may have to wait a while before they become a priority for funding. The CATG makes recommendations to the Area Board who will decide which schemes will be funded and taken forward. We will keep you informed of progress as we go through the steps outlined.


Issue

Westbury United Reformed Church is on the Warminster Road with vehicular access up Hospital Road and along the Butts. People often tell us that they cannot find the church as it is set back from the road.

 

Issue Location

Westbury

Street / Location

Warminster Road

Electoral Division

Westbury West

Issue Duration

Many years

Who is Affected

People trying to find the church and the hall which we rent out

What has been done so far

By contacting you we are trying to solve the issue

What would resolve issue

We would like a sign at the corner of Leigh Road reading United Reformed Church

Who needs to come together

Classification

Community Area Transport Group

In touch with Councillor

No

Sub Classification

Current Status

closed

Final Outcome

No further action possible

 

This call was closed 20/07/2017 10:07:

 

 

 


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