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SILEBY MEMORIAL PARK MASTERPLAN
Closing Friday 20th August 2021
HAVE YOUR SAY! An exciting opportunity has arisen to transform and enhance the greenspace and facilities within Sileby Memorial Park, but we need YOUR help! What would you like to see? what would you change? We have created a short online survey so you can have your say! By following the link below or scanning the QR code, you will be taken to a short survey where you can voice your opinions about the future of Sileby Memorial Park. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/silebymemorialpark Closing date for the survey is Friday 20th August, we will also be holding other opportunities over the coming months for you to have your say! Paper copies of the survey will be available for collection from Sileby Library, Sileby Post Office or the Parish Council Office. You can also download a copy for someone that does not have access to the internet - see attachment. For more information, visit www.silebyparishcouncil.gov.uk. If you have any questions about the project, contact email@example.com More »
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Posted: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 11:45 by Julie Lovatt
RESPONSE FROM ENVIRONMENT AGENCY...
I can confirm that in response to the initial report we took steps to minimise the impact of what appeared to be oil on the watercourse by deploying oil absorbent pads. We have since disposed of and replaced spent absorbents and installed a more resilient supplementary oil boom. We have also been investigating the source of the oil pollution with a view to ensuring it is stopped and preventing a reoccurrence. More »
Our investigations included visits to and discussions with the owners/operators a number of potential pollution sources in the vicinity including the Hayhill Industrial Estate and gypsum works and we've been in contact with Network Rail. The culverted nature of parts of the watercourse and potential inputs from various parts of the surface water drainage system has proved challenging but we have also received assistance from Severn Trent Water Ltd in our investigations.
We submitted water samples taken from the watercourse to our National Laboratory Service, the results confirmed the pollutant to be red diesel.
Furthermore, I am pleased to confirm that following our continued investigations, we believe we have located the source of the pollution and are receiving full cooperation from the party concerned to address the issue, including completing the necessary clean-up works. At this stage we are unable to divulge further details for legal reasons. I would like to assure you, your constituents and their other elected representatives that our investigations and follow up actions will seek to recover our costs, consistent with the 'Polluter pays' principle, and will take the actions we consider are appropriate to prevent a recurrence.
In the event that the incident appears to have worsened or other incidents falling within our remit are observed, this can be reported via our 24 hour Incident Hotline (0800 807060). https://www.gov.uk/report-an-environmental-incident.
Posted: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 12:40 by Julie Lovatt
Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location. A temporary road closure is required on Brook Street from 28th July 2021 for 4 nights, 21:30 till 05:30 each night. The road will be closed either side of the Railway Bridge. The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety to allow Network Rail undertake bridge maintenance works. The proposed alternative diversion route will be via :- Ratcliffe Road, A46, A607 Syston Road, Main Street (Cossington), Cossington Road (Sileby) and vice versa. More »
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Posted: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 13:21 by Julie Lovatt