Fusion on behalf of HS2 would like to invite you to a drop in for residents in the Chipping Warden area. About this event: At the drop in we will be able to share information with you on the progress of works in your area. There will be staff on hand to answer your questions and talk to you about the construction of the Chipping Warden bypass and other local works. When: Wednesday, 18th September, between 4pm and 7pm Where: Chipping Warden Village Hall, Culworth Rd, OX17 1LB Chipping Warden Drop In Poster_20190918 We look forward to seeing you.
Archaeology Presentation HS2 Uncovering historic Britain Date: Tuesday 11th June 2019 Time: 7pm to 8pm Venue: Chipping Warden Village Hall, Culworth Road, Chipping Warden. OX17 1TL High Speed Two (HS2) is the new high speed railway for Britain. Before we build bridges, tunnels, tracks and stations we will be undertaking the largest programme of archaeology ever in the UK We would like to invite you to an archaeological presentation to inform you about the scale of works being undertaken in your area and any findings to date. Our lead Archaeologist Nick Finch will be bring along some of the items found and answer any questions you may have. Community event C3 Archaeology
HS2 Update - A361 Road Improvements In case you are not aware, Dawnus working on behalf of Fusion, HS2’s Enabling Works Contractor, entered administration on 14th March 2019. Dawnus were appointed to construct the by-pass at Chipping Warden so work has been halted. In addition, Dawnus was also the sub-contractor responsible for carrying out the necessary road improvements through Wardington. These road works were expected to start soon but now will be subject to some delay. HS2 have advised us that the news about Dawnus was disappointing for them and the wider UK construction industry, HS2 and Fusion are working hard to implement contingency plans to ensure the works are delivered with minimal disruption. The latest update on Dawnus is that
If you are against HS2 please sign this parliamentary petition: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/230452. If you are not against HS2 then forgive the intrusion. Please send to as many people as you are able.
Oxfordshire County Council proposes to make changes on the A361 Banbury Road in Wardington, the changes are for road safety reasons and to specifically help mitigate the expected increase in traffic (specifically HGVs) linked to the HS2 construction works: A361 Banbury Road: to extend the 30mph speed limit northwest of the Hare & Hounds PH by 68 metres, in place of the current 50mph, and to install a Puffin crossing (signal controlled for use by pedestrians) approximately 75m* south of the southern junction of the unnamed road leading to Edgcote. * dimensions are approximate, taken from the centre of the junction to the centre of the feature. Objections to the proposals and other representations, specifying the grounds on which they are made, may
HS2 Traffic Surveys Please see attached link relating to Advance Works Notification for traffic surveys to be carried out by Atkins on behalf of HS2. HS2-Atkins-Highway-Condition-Surveys-October-2018 HS2 anticipate that the coring surveys will be mid October for a couple of days and the FWD surveys will commence beginning of November for approximately two weeks. Drop in sessions: The next local-drop in session held by HS2, to keep you up to date about the project in the area, is on Tuesday, 2nd October 2018, at Chipping Warden Village Hall, 3-6pm. Other dates: Tuesday, 6th November 2018, 3-6pm Tuesday, 4th December 2018, 3-6pm Wardington Parish Council
HS2 Update Wardington Parish Council have received an update regarding the progress of the following HS2 related work. By following the link in 3c more information is available. The following link is a notice of works in your area,Chipping Warden relief road and site compound. RR-Compound_ChippingWarden 1. Road Improvements Wardington and Chipping Warden: a. Wardington road improvements are planned to be carried out in autumn. b. Chipping Warden Relief Road is due to start in August with the site set up / compound work starting. Please see attached a notification for the works. 2. U&A regarding engagement
We are advised by HS2 that Fusion are scheduled to carry out Archaeological Trial Trenching Works in Chipping Warden . Please read the attached link “ Advanced Works Notification” , the notice provides relevant information regarding the works and also includes location maps of the site. Archaeological-surveys-Chipping-Warden-AWN-C3012-CMYK-30-04-18-new... Please feel free to contact Lorraine from Fusion if you wish to discuss further. Her contact details are below: Lorraine Kelly Community Liaison Officer m: +44 (0) 07591201439 e:Lorraine.firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.fusion-jv.com a: Fusion, Corner Block, 5th Floor, 2 Cornwall Street, Birmingham B3 2DL Wardington HS2 Action Group
HS2 COMMUNITY DROP-IN SESSIONS We will be holding our first drop-in session at Chipping Warden Village Hall in May. This will be an opportunity to come and speak with members of the delivery teams (both from Fusion and HS2). We will be continuing to hold monthly drop-in sessions within the wider community to discuss the plans and developments of the scheme. Fusion are working with local communities to keep them informed, and will provide dates in advance of impactful works, ranging from meetings with local community stakeholder groups, to holding further resident engagement events. * * * * * * * First Event on Tuesday 8 May 2018 from 11am to 2pm Further events Tuesday 12 June 2018
Minutes of the Wardington Parish Council Meeting Location: Wardington Memorial Hall Date: Tuesday, 5th September 2017, (7:30pm) In Attendance: Mr G Page, Mr M Patterson, Mr G Martin, Mr A Crossley, Mr B Jarrett (Clerk), Mrs A Gordon-Finlayson Apologies: Mr N Bankes, Mrs A Pascoe, Cllr G Reynolds, Mr I Franklin In the absence of Mr Bankes, Mr Patterson chaired the meeting. Agenda Items Minutes of previous meetings: 25th July 2017 approved and signed Matters arising from previous minutes: 2.1 HS2 Update: Meeting with OCC Highways & Police (full notes from the meeting available for perusal upon request) The proposed 20 mph limit in the village has been deemed unenforceable and unnecessary due to low incident rate; speed cameras