Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
By Sue Gilbert - 31st January 2018 7:30pm
To all users of Banks Park Car Park
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY CAR PARK CLOSURE
You will be aware, from the consultation carried out at the end of last year, of the plans to mark out the car park at Banks Park.
I am now writing to let you know that the plans have been finalised, taking into account feedback received, and to give you notice of the closure of the car park to carry out the work.
The car park will be CLOSED on Friday 9th February 2018 from 9.30am to 2.30pm to allow the site to be cleaned in preparation for the lining work.
The car park will remain OPEN over the weekend of 10th — 11th February.
The car park will be CLOSED from 8am on Monday 12th February to approx. 5pm on Tuesday 13th February. We are hoping that carrying out the work during the half term holiday will reduce disruption.
Please note that this work is weather dependent. If the weather is dry on 12th the work may be completed on that day, however wet weather may delay things until later in the week. A progress update will be sent out to all users by email.
When the car park re-opens a new one-way system will operate with entry to the site via Banks Road and exit via Churchway. We ask for all users' assistance with making the new system work, in order to improve safety on the site.
Can I ask everyone who uses the site to please think about walking here if you can so that parking is available for those wish to use the facilities but have to come by car.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused during the work.
If it is essential that you need access to the site during this time to drop off equipment or for disabled access please let me know and we will do our best to help.
Mrs Sue Gilbert
Clerk to Haddenham Parish Council, on behalf of Banks Park Trust
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