Date: Thurs. February 22nd from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: SevernNetVenue: St. Andrew’s House, St. Andrew’s Rd, Avonmouth. BS11 9DJ February’s Business Breakfast finds us back in the Presentation Suite at St. Andrew’s House. The LIDP Project Partners are moving forward with our year of decarbonisation planning; and we encourage you to also get stuck in!We’ll share a quick overview of the consortium that’s putting in place the West of England Cluster’s Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan; and the opportunities this presents for Portbury Avonmouth Severnside, leveraging the skills, expertise and energy from across the area. We need your involvement and engagement from the beginning to enable you, and us all, to benefit; and to help shape this transformative journey and opportunity for the area. Please join us at February’s Business Breakfast and find out mo The agenda is based upon your participation in sharing your plans / thinking on decarbonisation; projects you may already have identified; and support that would be helpful. We’ll also be joined by Kerry Mullin from Hynamics – EDF’s producer and distributor of low carbon and renewable hydrogen. If you’re seeking to/are decarbonising your business/development and/or have lessons, opportunities, services etc. to share please come along! We want to hear from you. Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on February 22nd
We’re inviting applications from suitable candidates to join us on our Industrial Decarbonisation planning programme through 2024. SevernNet is a member of a group of stakeholders who have come together to form the West of England Industrial Cluster (WOEIC); and through 2024 we’ll be getting the cluster off the ground through the development of an industrial decarbonisation plan. SevernNet is leading the work on the stakeholder engagement and circular economy development. To support this we’re recruiting: Industrial Decarbonisation Circular Economy Facilitator If you are interested in applying, or no someone who might, please submit applications. The application pack link is above. Applications will be processed, interviews arranged and appointment made as soon as a suitably qualified candidate is confirmed.
Bristol City Council, through its contractors ETM, is undertaking repair works to improve sections of the A403 between Ironchurch Rd and Kings Weston Lane.This is much needed work, as I’m sure you’ll agree! The works to repair sections of St Andrews Road will start at 09:00 on Thursday 8th February and run until 16:00 on Tuesday 13th February (excluding the weekend). After much discussion the traffic management will be by traffic signals, rather than closures. This will be a mixture of 2-way and multi-way signals between Kings Weston Lane and Ironchurch Road, moving depending on where the works need to be done. Due to the depth of tarmac required for this road, the signals will be staying up overnight where needed to allow sufficient time for the tarmac to set. This will mean that there is a significantly reduced chance that the works will need to be repeated in the near future. An alternative, diversion route, will be in place for those who prefer to use it via Poplar Way West, Merebank Road and Kings Weston Lane. This will be an alternative to the signals. See diagram below. There will be no signals etc in place over the weekend.The current schedule for these works is as follows: 4 way signals to be in place on the Iron Church Road junction on 8th – 9th Feb, and will be removed as soon as no longer needed. 3 way signals to be in place on the Kings Weston Lane junction on 12th – 13th Feb, and will be removed as soon as no longer needed. 2 way signals to be in place in between these junctions (only when multiway signals are not in place). We appreciate that these works will be very disruptive. However, we can agree that the maintenance works are essential so need to be completed, and we thank you for your patience over this period.
Date: Thurs. January 25th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: John WainwrightVenue: Avonmouth Community Centre, 257 Avonmouth Rd, Avonmouth. BS11 9EN John Wainwright is an end-to-end supplier of premium aggregate, asphalt and contracting services with a basalt quarry and asphalt plant in the Mendips and a state-of-the-art urban plant in Avonmouth. Avonmouth Asphalt plant uses renewable energy and heat exchange technology, and is set up to make use of Recycled Asphalt Products (RAP). Jody Bennett, Asphalt Business Manager from John Wainwright will give an overview of how one of the most energy hungry production plants in Avonmouth has made huge steps forward with its carbon reduction, sustainability and plans for further reductions and savings in the future. Please join us at January’s Business Breakfast and find out more Asphalt is a product we are all likely to have contact with every day, is vital to everyday life, but which we may not think about very much!The morning’s agenda will include: An introduction to local asphalt production! J. Wainwright’s journey to making asphalt more sustainable Getting involved in the area’s Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan (LIDP) Everything Avonmouth! N. Somerset, Bristol and S, Glos Local Plan consultations and having your say! 2024 Travel To Work Survey and its importance to local provision Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on January 25th Book your ticket here SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business. A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at timeof booking. Please note, we depend on our subscribing members to fund our work for you and the area. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here or you can join online here.
All three of our local authorities across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside have Local Plans out for consultation at the moment. These plans have a significant influence on what is able to be developed across the area and land use policy; and we would encourage you to engage with them if you can. North Somerset Council (NSC) NSC’s Local Plan 2039 info pageNSC’s plan is more advanced than the others, and is now in what is known as the Pre-submission plan (reg 19) consultation period. This runs from 27 November until 5pm on Monday 22 January 2024.A pdf of the plan is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation is here. Bristol City Council (BCC) BCC’s Local Plan Review info pageBCC’s plan consulation is open now and runs until Friday 26 January 2024A pdf of the main plan document is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation and supplementary documents are here. South Glos. Council (SGC) SGC’s New Local Plan info pageSGC’s plan is in its Phase 3 consultation period. This runs from 6th December until the 7 February 2024.A pdf of the plan is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation is here.You can also find out about online and local events here.These include: Almondsbury Old School Hall – Tuesday 23 January 2024 (4.30pm-7.30pm) (venue has limited parking) Easter Compton VIllage Hall – Wednesday 24 January 2024 (4pm-7pm)
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A series of overnight closures will begin on the evening of Saturday 20 January to allow us to carry out preparatory works and reconfigure live lane traffic. We’ll maintain capacity on the M5 via narrow lanes running in both directions between junctions 14 and 17. Southbound traffic will remain on the southbound carriageway with 3 narrow lanes in place. Northbound traffic will see 2 narrow lanes in place on the northbound carriageway with a third northbound lane running in contraflow on the southbound carriageway. Full overnight closures will be in place as follows: M5 J14 to J17, 9pm in the evening to 6am the following morning (subject to traffic flow) 20, 21 and 22 January – southbound only 23, 24, 25 and 26 January – southbound and northbound 27 and 28 January – northbound only 29, 30 and 31 January – northbound and southbound (J14-15 only) To minimise disruption, we’ll work overnight when there are fewer vehicles on the road. Please follow the signed diversion routes. During the day the road will be open as usual. We’ll make every effort to ensure the impact on the local community is kept to a minimum and apologise in advance for any inconvenience these works may cause. If you have any queries or would like more details about the work, please get in touch with our Customer Contact Centre who will direct your question to the most appropriate person, telephone: 0300 123 5000 (open 24/7) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2-Way and Multi-Way Signals on Severn Road/Chittening Road Location: Severn Road (From Suez Roundabout to jct Chittening Road) Works: TSG Solutions – Section 50 Electricity Installation Works Duration & Dates: 09:30 Thursday 18th January to 15:30 Friday 25th February Times: 24 Hours Works Ref: PS23_481 Chittening Road TM plan: Two-Way and Multi-Way Signals. These will be manned/manually controlled from 07:00 to 19:00 during the week. Phases of work Traffic Management (TM) Phases 20-24 – 2 Weeks (18/01 – 30/01 – Approximately 2-3 days on each TM plan Phase 20 to Phase 22 Traffic Management Phases 25-27 – 2 weeks (31/01 – 15/02) TM Plan 25 – 5 days TM Plan 26 – 3 days TM Plan 27 – 2 days Traffic Management Phases 28-29 – 2 weeks ( 16/02 – 25/02) TM Plan 28 – 5 days TM Plan 29 – 5 days
Date: Thurs. November 23rd from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: PanattoniVenue: Panattoni Park Avonmouth, Severn Rd., Severn Beach. BS10 7SD Hosts Panattoni will introduce themselves, their recently completed 1.3 million sqft development named ‘Panattoni Park Avonmouth’, and why they have decided to invest £200 million in the local area. Panattoni will be on hand to answer your questions about their new development, the benefits to the local area and the opportunities the development presents to both prospective local and national occupiers. Please join us at November’s Business Breakfast and find out more Panattoni Park Avonmouth The agenda will include: An introduction to Panattoni An overview of Panattoni Park Avonmouth Why Panattoni has invested in the area Questions We’ll also: be joined by the M49J Link Road Project Manager for a project update discuss the collaborative initiative to improve bus services across the area present an update on the developing West of England Industrial Cluster and its supporting Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on November 23rd Book your ticket here SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business. A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at timeof booking. About Panattoni Who are we?The world’s largest privately owned industrial developer. Panattoni is the world’s largest privately owned industrial developer, having developed 575 million sq ft to date, with 53 offices across the globe.The Panattoni client list includes more than 2,500 international, national and regional companies, many of whom have completed multiple projects with Panattoni, a testament to our determination to always exceed our client expectations. Please note, we depend on our subscribing members to fund our work for you and the area. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here or you can join online here.
National Highways will shortly be carrying out essential works on the M5 between junctions 14 to 17. The works are currently programmed as follows: Monday 2 October to Wednesday 4 October – M5 junction 14 to 17 fully closed in both directions overnight between the hours of 9pm and 6am the following morning. This is to allow us to switch the traffic management in preparation for the first contraflow phase. Wednesday 4 October to Saturday 7 October – M5 junction 14 to 17 fully closed in both directions overnight between the hours of 10pm and 6am the following morning. This is to allow us to switch the traffic management in preparation for the first contraflow phase Sunday 8 October – M5 junction 14 to 17 closed southbound only overnight between the hours of 10pm and 6am the following morning. This is so we can complete the installation of the new contraflow phase. To minimise disruption, we’ll be working overnight when there are fewer vehicles on the road. During the day we will keep the road open as usual. We’ll make every effort to ensure the impact on the local community is kept to a minimum, but apologise in advance for any disturbance these works may cause. There will be fully signed diversion routes in place during the full overnight closures of the M5 between J14-17 but please allow extra time for your journey. We always aim to work to the programme, however unforeseen circumstances or adverse weather conditions may mean changes. Please monitor www.trafficengland.com to keep updated. If you would like further information about this work, please contact the National Highways Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000, open 24/7, who will direct your enquiry to the most appropriate person, or email: email@example.com. For information on all our works in the South West please follow us on X (formerly Twitter) @HighwaysSWEST