Objections to Road Closure at Kinninvie Crossroads
NOTICE - 3RD OCTOBER 2023
Further to the Durham County Council and Durham Constabulary updated scheme at the Kinninvie Crossroads and improvements to the surrounding roads and areas, Marwood Parish Council would like to thank all of the other local parish councils for their continued help and support regarding this matter.
Chairman Marwood Parish Council
For and on behalf of Marwood Parish Council
Thank you to everyone for attending the meeting on Monday 3rd July 2023 at such short notice. An email has been sent yesterday on 4th July 2023 directly to DCC and a copy will also be in the post. (See document below) There will be more information and hopefully written response soon.
KINNINVIE CROSSROADS (PROHIBITION OF DRIVING AND NO ENTRY) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2023
CANCELLATION OF MEETING ON TUESDAY 11TH JULY 2023
On behalf of Marwood Parish Council - The planned public meeting for the Kinninvie Crossroads Experimental Order on Tuesday 11th July at 7pm has been rescheduled for Wednesday 19th July at 7pm at the request of Durham County Council so that other officials from both the county council and constabulary can be present. As before the meeting will take place at the Marwood Social Centre. Please share. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the parish clerk or the Chair Mr A Mairs.
We look forward to seeing you at the above meeting. Please see agenda page for meeting agenda.
EMAIL SENT TO DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL AND TO DURHAM CONSTABULARY ON 27TH JULY 2023
Good evening Mark & Paul,
(PROHIBITION OF DRIVING AND NO ENTRY) (C41 MARWOOD) Experimental Order 2023
Hope you are both well.
As it has been just over a week since the public meeting, can DCC & the Police please provide an update with regards to the Kinninvie Crossroads Experimental Order, as you did agree to review all public concerns including the proposed detour routes for all aspects of traffic including agricultural, LGV/HGV & oversized loads.
Also, now that you have had time to hopefully digest the public’s comments & objections, can you please confirm how you intend to proceed moving forward & what the next steps will be?
As requested previously, we believe the experimental order should be revoked immediately. If not, is the months stay of execution being extended past the current believed deadline of 6th August, so both DCC & the police can continue to review alternatives to make the existing Kinninvie Crossroads safer without having to close the road completely?
Your earliest response would be greatly appreciated so we can also update our parishioners & the wider local community.
Please can you also pass this email onto Inspector Ed Turner as I don’t appear to have his contact details.
Adrian Mairs (Chairman Marwood Parish Council)
SUMMARY OF POINTS DISCUSSED AT THE PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING:
KINNINVIE CROSSROADS ON 19TH JULY 2023 - CAN BE FOUND BELOW