There is important roadworks information regarding lighting renewal being carried out at the Junction 24 slip roads between Monday 14th February and Friday 22nd April and will entail traffic diversions.
Please click on the PDF link below for the full details
Posted: Mon, 14 Feb 2022 00:56 by Kim Loader
The Parish Council has received the latest updates from Anglian Water regarding both the High Street sewer repairs and the London Road Development, as follows:
High Street Sewer Repairs Operational Update:
Work has been proceeding well on site, with the sewer relining all going smoothly. This may not come as a complete surprise, but we have decided to complete the relining of the whole sewer on the High... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 11 Feb 2022 12:58 by Kim Loader
I am writing to inform you of our proposed closure of St Ives Viaduct, A1096, Harrison Way, St Ives over three weekends. The closures will run from 20:30 on the Friday until 05:00 on Monday morning during the following weekends;
18th March 2022 – 21st March 2022
25th March 2022- 28th March 2022
1st April 2022 – 4th April 2022
8th April 2022 – 11th April 2022
The reason for the closures... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 Feb 2022 13:17 by Kim Loader
The team have seen the opportunity to do more work in Hemingford Grey to help provide future resilience to the sewer whilst we are on site and excavated. Very short notice, we've been able to get funding to reline 100m of sewers along Hemingford Grey High St. Originally we had planned to reline only 3m. We believe that this is the best option for the residents of Hemingford Grey and it will help to... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 08:29 by Kim Loader
Response to Enquiry from PC:
With regards to the work on site, we are still in Hemingford Grey, as you are probably aware. The reason for this is because having dug down on the pipe, the job is somewhat more complicated than originally assessed. The main reason for this is the high water table, which means we need to continuously de-water the excavation to keep it safe. With this de-watering, it means... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 25 Jan 2022 17:32 by Kim Loader
"Due to an issue with the sewer pipe in Hemingford High Street we are currently using tankers to ensure that customers can continue to use their facilities as normal. From tomorrow (Saturday) we will be installing overpumps which will remain in place while we complete this emergency work. Due to the nature of the work the road will be closed for approximately one week. We would like to thank everyone... Read More »
Posted: Sat, 15 Jan 2022 12:02 by Kim Loader
Anglian Water have begun carrying out repairs to the sewer under the High Street adjacent to Budgens and the road is likely to be closed for the duration
Work is expected to last for at least a week but may take longer depending on what is involved.
An update will be available as soon as Anglian Water provide more details.
Posted: Fri, 14 Jan 2022 15:13 by Kim Loader
The Rideaway, Hemingford Abbots
3rd - 6th September
Full Road Closure with Diversion Routes in Operation
For more details nearer the time, use our Road and Traffic Quick Link for Cambridgeshire.
Posted: Fri, 20 Aug 2021 09:15 by Kim Loader
Following concerns raised around safety for pedestrians and cyclists, Fenstanton and Hemingford Grey Parish Councils are working closely with residents in the London Road area.
We are reviewing possible options on traffic calming and speed reduction along London Road, with a view to lobbying/ applying for Local Highway Initiative (LHI) grants from Cambridgeshire County Council. A key component of any... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 28 Jul 2021 11:06 by Kim Loader
The High Street is now fully reopen to traffic.
Thanks to CCC Highways for filing what was apparently quite a large void under the middle of the road. There was no obvious immediate cause for the void - there were no exposed pipes in the hole or any surface or sewage water.
However the opportunity was taken to jet the surface water drain past the site and the connections to the road gullies - especially... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 19:40 by Kim Loader