A public consultation asking for views on proposals to restrict heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) in Poyle Road, Colnbrook has been extended to Friday 18 November.
Local highways “can manage” says CEMEX as application submitted to route 121 HGVs a day via Sutton Lane
The local highways network “can manage” with the additional traffic from a new quarry in Richings Park, says CEMEX, the company behind the scheme. It has modelled the cumulative impact of the Heathrow Express depot relocation to Langley station, and its existing quarry in Riding Court Farm, and concluded they “would not be at a level to create highway capacity or significant road safety risks”.
Iver residents are being invited to attend a public exhibition later this month to identify transport concerns arising from big infrastructure projects. Buckinghamshire County Council has commissioned a Traffic and Transport Study to assess the cumulative impacts of major infrastructure projects on Iver, Iver Heath and Richings Park.
Here we go again. Cement maker CEMEX is bringing forward plans for a quarry on the former Langley Airfield site … and wants to route HGVs through the Brands Hill air quality zone.
Local haulier Steve Bowles took to 10 Downing Street last week to highlight a “chronic shortage” of truck drivers across the country.
A man and a teenager are due to appear before court next month, charged with stealing fuel and an attempted theft of fuel in Colnbrook, Slough.
Fuel was stolen from trucks parked up at Colnbrook Lakeside industrial estate last weekend, with some damage to vehicles.
Parish Councillors have voted to put part of refund from Thames Valley Police towards a “green” scheme to prevent lorry parking in Poyle.