Standon Parish Council

Serving the people of Standon Parish

Standon High Street

Clerk: Belinda Irons
14 Crawley End, Chrishall, nr
Royston SG8 8QL

Tel: 07458302863


Standon High Street works update

Standon High Street works update

Standon High Street works update

Posted: Sat, 27 Jun 2020 12:40 by Pat Foot

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A120 Standon High Street Roadworks

A120 Standon High Street Roadworks

Highways have agreed the change to two-way from the junction of Bromley Lane/Hadham Road to A120 (see attached revised diversion route for information). They will monitor this route, but expect the changes will improve access for the farm and residents living around the diversion route. High Street and Frogs Hall lane will remain one way.

To emphasise the one-way system and reduce non-compliance they... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 25 Jun 2020 15:19 by Maureen Wren

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Roadworks Standon High Street

There have been reports of several vehicles ignoring the one way system that is currently in force in Standon High Street.

Also that several drivers have been abusive to the workmen.

Can we remind you that there is NO EXIT from the High Street on to the A120 and ask that, for the safety of everyone you respect both the workmen and the traffic control measures which are in place.

Posted: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 00:40 by Pat Foot

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Little Hadham Bypass - Newsletter May 2020

Little Hadham Bypass - Newsletteer May 2020

Posted: Thu, 18 Jun 2020 13:15 by Maureen Wren

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Footpaths and Permissive Paths

Concerns have been raised by residents with regard to Footpaths, Rights of Way and also Permissive Paths.

There are four types of Public Rights of Way and these are marked along their route with signposts and coloured arrows…

Footpaths (Yellow arrow)

Footpaths are for walkers - including prams, pushchairs and wheelchairs - but remember that some paths, particularly those in the countryside, may... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 13:44 by Maureen Wren

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A120 Safety Concerns.

Safety Audit A120: In response to villagers' concerns regarding speeding and several incidents of damage to the bollards on Kent's Lane; SPC wrote to Herts. County Council requesting a safety audit of the road 'improvements' that have been carried out.

HCC have acknowledged our concerns and have asked their Highway Safety Team to

"programme an audit for the elements of the scheme already completed, but... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 05 Jun 2020 11:02 by Pat Foot

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Standon High Street Roadwork Improvements

Many residents will be aware that the Standon High Street roadwork improvements were postponed due to the proximity of the Christmas period and the effect it would have on businesses. The scheduled High Street works, together with the diversion (all as advised in the attachment will now be commencing on 15th June 2020 and completion on 18th August 2020.)

During this postponement a Parish Council Highway... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 31 May 2020 11:28 by Maureen Wren

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Message from Neighbourhood Watch - Face Coverings

The government is now advising the public to wear a face covering in some circumstances, such as enclosed spaces where social distancing may not always possible.

Face coverings do not protect you from contracting coronavirus. However, if you are infected but haven't yet developed symptoms, they should help to provide some protection for people you come into contact with in a busy shop or on public transport.Please... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 22 May 2020 13:36 by Pat Foot

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East Herts Lottery

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Posted: Thu, 07 May 2020 21:17 by Maureen Wren

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A120 Little Hadham Bypass - Newsletter April 2020

A120 Little Hadham Newsletter April 2020

Posted: Fri, 01 May 2020 11:09 by Maureen Wren

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