At our most recent meeting on the 14th February, the Keresley Parish Council Chair Tracy Gudgeon highlighted an incredibly useful page on the Coventry City Website.
The Roadworks Page on the Coventry City website provides a real-time map to see information about roadworks, road closures and diversions, live incidents, traffic restrictions and public events.
This includes access to a downloadable list of schedule roadworks and road closures. If you happen to notice an issue with road or street works, it also provides a link to be able to report those to the Council.
For Road Surfacing in addition to information on where this happening locally in a live and dynamic map, it shares information on the various forms of Road Resurfacing that might be taking place.
A link to the page has been added to our Useful Links page for ongoing reference but we’ve posted this blog as we can appreciate at the moment how many residents may find this useful.
On Monday 11th July, Allesley Parish Council and Keresley Parish Council hosted a Community event focused on providing local residents with an update on the Link Road planned in the local area.
Coventry City Council presented a briefing to local residents giving a quick summary of the new Transport Strategy, how this applies to the Keresley SUE and a more detailed look of the Keresley Link Road.
Following the briefing, they took questions from the audience covering a range of topics including the Link Road, other transport initiatives rumoured in the local area and other long-term plans.
The event was attended by approximately 50 members of public, Parish Councillors on Allesley Parish Council and Keresley Parish Council, Ward Councillors in Holbrooks and the local MP Taiwo Owatemi.
We know many local residents wished to attend but could not and so please see below the presentation slides from the day.
Today in the sunshine and hot weather, we made some fantastic progress at Keresley Jubilee Wood.
Activities today included grass cutting along the footpath and orchard area, litter picking, installing new ‘No Litter No Fouling’ signage and making new benches.
We made and installed one new bench near the entrance. This will be a great bird watching spot and also for people who are unable to walk the whole perimeter, but would still like to visit the wood. We also installed a new bench on the south side of the paddock. This will be a great spot to watch the sunset. This brings the total number of benches in the wood to three.
Thank you to our local volunteers, Bablake & Holbrook Ward Councillors, and representatives from Change Grow Live – Coventry. We are very grateful for Coventry Park Rangers’ support, providing tools, guidance and PPE. 12 of us in total took part across the day.
Please do visit and enjoy the wood, check out the progress and let us know what you think. You may recall we set out a vision in January this year to rejuvenate Keresley Jubilee Wood in time for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. With the hard work of local volunteers, local charities, local politicians, President Kennedy School, 13th Coventry Scout Group and Coventry Park Rangers, this vision has been realised over the last five months. However, there is always more to do, so we can’t stop there. If you would like to get involved with Keresley Jubilee Wood, please do get in touch!
Friends of Keresley Parish