Roadworks:  19th June-3rd July Lower Road near Riverside Nursery. UK Power Networks. Road closed.

                       28th-30th June Back Lane closed. Essex & Suffolk Water.

                       24th-25th July Hall Road railway bridge. Road closed. Network Rail

                       26th July West Street closed. Anglian Water.

 

 

 

 Update on local flooding:

1   Moons Close to Highcliff Crescent. Essex County Highways (ECH) say the problem is with the connection onto Anglian Water main drain. ECH to inform Anglian Water. It is not known if this has been done .

2     Lower Road junction with Greensward Lane. ECH attempted to jet the drains but had to abandon the operation due to traffic management and the road being too narrow. They are deciding what to do next.

3    Adjacent to 621 Ashingdon Road flooding to footpath and road. ECH have inspected. Water is running off the field. They have passed to ECC Environment Team.

 

If you see flooding around your area please report to

https://www.essexhighways.org/tell-us/flooding-drainage-and-manhole-covers/surface-water-on-highway

Should problems persist contact your District Councillior or County Councillior.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Update on Asset Delivery Programme

https://www.rochford.gov.uk/update-asset-delivery-programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Homes Grant

 

Make your home more energy efficient and save money on your bills using the Green Homes Grant.

The government will pay two-thirds of the costs of improvements up to a total value of £5,000.

You could get up to £10,000 towards costs if you receive certain benefits.

 https://www.essex.gov.uk/cut-energy-costs/green-homes-grant

 

 

 

 

 

Rochford District Council has agreed to re open the public toilets and create a parish room at Ashingdon Pavillion King George's Field. Ashingdon Parish Council will manage and maintain under a 7 year lease. 

 

New solar farm South Fambridge:

For more details on this project visihttps://bsrenergy.com/south-fambridge-solar-park/

        

 

 

A new bench has been installed on the grass verge outside Ashingdon Memorial Hall after the previous one was damaged.