Work will take place
over 23.5 route miles and will include the installation
of 49 new signals, 14 point end renewals, and
11 level crossing renewals. There
will be times when bus replacement services will
have to operate whilst the railway is closed between
Selby and Hull and Goole and Hull. For further
information contact Network Rail's Public Affairs
Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rail is upgrading signalling on the line
between Ferriby, Gilberdyke and Saltmarshe
as part of a £50 million investment
to improve the railway in East Yorkshire
later this autumn.
closure of footpath between Hessle and Ferriby
The footpath was
previously closed after a crack was found
near the railway embankment.Work now needs
to take place to install a temporary flood
defence system to protect the railway from
The work will see additional
rock armour installed to stabilise the ground
movement detected earlier this year. The footpath
will be closed until Friday 15 March 2019. The
work is vital and needs to be done so trains
can be running reliably and safely.
During the previous closure,
there were instances of trespass on the closed
path, including one instance when someone walked
along the railway lines. Network Rail will be
installing anti-trespass fencing and people
are urged to keep off the closed path. It is
incredibly dangerous to trespass on the railway.
You can also find out more on the Network Rail
National Helpline on 03457 11 41 41.
About Ferriby Magazine
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magazine of North Ferriby from All Saints’
Church. It regularly contains articles from
village organisations including the school,
N. Ferriby Utd and the church along with details
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planning application for Gibson Lane, Melton
A planning application
has been received for an anaerobic digester
plant in Gibson Lane, Melton. This is in addition
to applications for an Energy from Waste plant,
24 hour working at Transwaste and 20 1 MW gas
fired engines. In total nearly 1000 tonnes of
waste will be dealt with a day in either the
incinerator or the anaerobic digester plant.
Local councillors are urging residents to have
their say by sending an email to Beverley.firstname.lastname@example.org
along the lines of
am concerned about the cumulative effects of
odour, pollutants, noise and traffic movements
from planning applications 18/00703/CM, 18/02749/CM,
18/02544/PLF and 18/03116/CM on my community.
These applications must be considered together
taking expert advice on the potential impact
on our health and well-being.
leaflet for further details or go to ERYC
Planning Access using the reference number
>>DIRECT LINK (but you must log on
to make a comment)
To report issues around odours in the village
telephone the Environment Agency on 0800 807
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