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Next Council Meeting:

Monday 24 February 2020

Planning and Townscape Committee Meeting        PT13 Agenda – 24 February 2020

 

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Annual Town Meeting

WEDNESDAY 4th MARCH 2020

Tilling Green Community Centre, Mason Road, Rye

 from 6.30pm (for registration and chatting with Councillors and staff) for a 7pm start

 

PROGRAMME

1       Welcome by the Mayor, Councillor Michael Boyd

2       Apologies for absence

3       The Mayor’s overview of the year

4       Open session (questions, concerns, issues etc)

5       Mayor’s closing remarks

 

A259 Resurfacing – Strand Bridge, Rye to Guestling Thorn

In order to carry out these works as efficiently and as safely as possible, work will be carried out overnight under a full carriageway closure of the A259 carriageway between Skinner’s roundabout in Rye and the A259 junction with B2093 in Hastings.

Series of full closures Dates and timings
Full closure of the A259 between Skinners Roundabout and the A259 junction with B2093 in Hastings Thursday 30 January 2020 – Friday 7 February 2020

Monday 24 February 2020 – Friday 28 February 2020

8pm to 6am only

Strand Bridge to Harbour Road – Scheme is located on the A259 between its junction with Sea Road at Winchelsea and Harbour Road at Rye

Guestling Thorn to Broad Street – Scheme is located on the A259 between its junction with Butcher’s Lane and Broad Street

Diversions: Clearly signed diversions will be in place suitable for all types of vehicles. Escorted access will be provided for residents with access only from the A259 within the closure points. Please note that there may be a short wait whilst the works area is made safe.

Westbound traffic approaching Skinner’s Roundabout wanting to go to Hastings will be advised to take the 2nd exit onto the A268 and will be diverted towards Hasting via the A268, A28, A2101.

Eastbound traffic approaching the junction with the A2101 at Hastings wanting to go to Rye will be advised to turn left onto the A2101 and will follow the reverse of the A259 WB diversion route.

A259 Resurfacing – Camber Road, East Guldeford to Rectory Lane, Brookland

In order to carry out these works as efficiently and as safely as possible, work will be carried out under full overnight carriageway closures of the eastbound and westbound carriageway of the A259 between Camber Road and Rectory Lane, Brookland between 8pm and 6am. The works will be carried out between Monday 10 February 2020 to Saturday 7 March 2020 and are weather dependent.

Series of full closures Dates and timings
Full closure of the east and west bound A259 carriageway between Camber Road and Rectory Lane Monday 10 February 2020 to Saturday 7 March 2020

8pm to 6am

 Diversions: Clearly signed diversions will be in place suitable for all types of vehicles.

Eastbound: Traffic should turn right on the A259 at Camber Road, continue onto Lydd Road, follow Lydd Road until Jurys Gap Road, turn right onto Tourney Road and then turn right at the t-junction onto Robin Hood Lane. Continue on Robin Hood Lane, along Harden Road onto the B2075 Romney Road. Continue on Romney Road until you reach the A259 Lydd Road, where you can continue your journey.

Westbound: Traffic should head south on the A259 Lydd Road until the junction of Romney Road, turn right onto Romney Road and continue onto Harden Road then Robin Hood Lane.  At the junction of Tourney Road turn right and continue onto Jurys Gap Road and Lydd Road, and then onto Camber Road.  Continue to the end of Camber Road where you can continue your journey.

Access for Residents For residents living within any of the road closures, please approach the gatesman at the road closure point, who will arrange for you to be safely escorted to your property.  There may be a short wait whilst the works area is made safe.

 

 

Audit 2019

Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2019

 

Getting Married at Rye Town Hall

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