Former Chairman – Keith Greenleaves

It is with great sadness that I inform you that Keith Greenleaves Former Chairman of the Pound Hill North Residents Association passed away on Friday 10th February 2020.

Keith became Chairman of the Association at the end of 2005 during the campaign against the Gas Holder travellers’ site proposal. Under his guidance the planning application for this site was challenged and ultimately dismissed.

He served as the Association Chairman for five years. Originally tendering his notice in 2008, however due to the lack of a replacement candidate he continued to extend his term until 2010.

Keith was passionate about the local community, he was diligent, methodical and professional. Keith was known for being ‘relentless’ pursuing issues with the authorities, and would always lead from the front.

On behalf of the Association I would like to pass on our condolences to Keith’s wife Iris and the rest of the family at this sad time.

Kevan McCarthy
Chairman PH(N)RA

The funeral arrangements are as follows: –

Friday 28th February 2020 at 2.45 in the Memorial Chapel at the Crematorium and afterwards at the Copthorne Hotel.

CCVS – Newsletter

A message from Tracey Martin (Crawley Community & Voluntary Service)

Dear Members,

Please see the latest e-Newsletter from Crawley CVS.

The latest newsletter contains sections on:

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WSCC – Public Notice

West Sussex County Council
Temporary Traffic Regulation

websiteWorth Park Avenue, Crawley

NOTICE IS hereby given that in pursuance of the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, as amended, the use of (and parking on) Worth Park Avenue Eastbound, Pound Hill opposite Three Bridges Train Station is temporarily prohibited from 22/02/20 at 20:00 until 23/02/20 at 08:00.

Road Closed signs will be in place either side of the closure at the nearest appropriate junctions.

The restriction will be in place Night-time only between 20:00 – 08:00.

This closure is necessary to allow Centurion Site Services on behalf of Network Rail to undertake the recovery of a signal structure from the railway bridge.

No access to be maintained.

The alternative route for traffic will be signed on site

This restriction will be effective for a maximum of 5 days from the start date given above.

Any queries about the effect of the closure on traffic using the highway please contact West Sussex County Council on phone 01243 642105.

Any queries about the works please contact Centurion on phone 01332 775360.
Dated 31 January 2020

Matt Davey
Head of Highways and Transport

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