The goal of the Highways working group is to work with Dorset Council Highways team to improve pedestrian and vehicular access and safety around the village.
Many of the projects that LMPC want to carry out will require agreement and funding from Dorset Council Highways. To achieve this, the project group aims to establish a more formal working arrangement with DC Highways to help ensure their progress.
The list of projects that currently falls under this group includes the Wareham Rd School Crossing, High Street Crossing, Tesco Forecourt, 20 MPH application, Huntick Cycleway extension, and Drop kerbs expansion around the village.
You can read about the status of our progress in the reports below.
If you have any questions about these project or the working group please contact the Parish Clerk
DC Highways & Working Group Updates
Survey closes 31 March 2024 We have launched a survey (see Highways Survey Jan24 – Lytchett Matravers Parish Council to collect your opinions on our current Highways plans so that we can properly understand what people want. The survey is… Read more about Lytchett Matravers Highways Survey 2024
Welcoming in our new Parish Clerk We are delighted to be about to announce that we have a new Parish Clerk, Mr Philip Vivian. Mr Vivian has extensive experience in logistics, human resources, legal advice, project management and financial administration… Read more about LMPC Newsletter February 2024
Deep dive on working group projects Last month we updated and reset the main council working groups (WG). These project groups are intended to comprise of both councillors and interested residents. If you are interested in joining please let us… Read more about LMPC Newsletter August 2023
Working Group Objectives: Review of all Highways related projects and establishing close liaison with Dorset Council Highways. Working Group Participants: Andrew Huggins (Chair), Ken Morgan, Alf Bush, Peter Webb, Beverly Barker, Rob Aspray Dependencies: DC Highways approval and partial funding… Read more about Highways Working Group June 23 Update