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Roads and Highways

A12 looking westboundSafer, Greener, Healthier routes in Brentwood town centre - interim High Street closure to vehicles, except buses and cycles from 4 July 2020.

Essex County Council and Brentwood Borough Council have been working together to make the town centre safer for people during the COVID-19 crisis. Called ‘Safer, Greener, Healthier’, the scheme aims to help social distancing by providing larger, safer spaces in key locations for town centre shoppers, residents, workers and visitors.

Brentwood High Street will be closed to vehicles, except for buses and cycles from 4 July.

For further information please go to our Brentwood Open web page

Consultation

We welcome your thoughts on the temporary closure of Brentwood High Street to vehicles, except buses and cycles, to create more social distancing space. It is important that we gather information to help us assess the success of this trial and therefore ask if you could complete the following short survey:

Complete the High Street Survey

 

Who is responsible for my road?

Essex County Council is responsible for Highways in Brentwood.

www.essex.gov.uk/highways

Tel: 0345 603 7631 (Mon – Fri: 8.30am – 5pm. Outside of these times is an emergency out-of-hours service)

Some streets may have shared or private responsibility. Further information is available on the Who is responsible for my road? web page.

 

Report a fault on the highway - including potholes and street lighting defects

Alternatively, call 0345 603 7631.

Roadworks

Winter Service

Brentwood Borough Council

Any enquiries pertaining to naming and numbering of roads, parking, car parks, applications for table and chair licences, and grass verge maintenance should be directed to Brentwood Borough Council. On Street Parking permit applications should be directed to Chelmsford City Council.

To report damage to a street nameplate please complete our Report a Damaged Street Nameplate online form

 

Additional Contacts

Breadcrumb, my location

Roads and Highways

Safer, Greener, Healthier routes in Brentwood town centre - interim High Street closure to vehicles, except buses and cycles from 4 July 2020.

Essex County Council and Brentwood Borough Council have been working together to make the town centre safer for people during the COVID-19 crisis. Called ‘Safer, Greener, Healthier’, the scheme aims to help social distancing by providing larger, safer spaces in key locations for town centre shoppers, residents, workers and visitors.

Brentwood High Street will be closed to vehicles, except for buses and cycles from 4 July.

For further information please go to our Brentwood Open web page

Consultation

We welcome your thoughts on the temporary closure of Brentwood High Street to vehicles, except buses and cycles, to create more social distancing space. It is important that we gather information to help us assess the success of this trial and therefore ask if you could complete the following short survey:

Complete the High Street Survey

 

Who is responsible for my road?

Essex County Council is responsible for Highways in Brentwood.

www.essex.gov.uk/highways

Tel: 0345 603 7631 (Mon – Fri: 8.30am – 5pm. Outside of these times is an emergency out-of-hours service)

Some streets may have shared or private responsibility. Further information is available on the Who is responsible for my road? web page.

 

Report a fault on the highway - including potholes and street lighting defects

Alternatively, call 0345 603 7631.

Roadworks

Winter Service

Brentwood Borough Council

Any enquiries pertaining to naming and numbering of roads, parking, car parks, applications for table and chair licences, and grass verge maintenance should be directed to Brentwood Borough Council. On Street Parking permit applications should be directed to Chelmsford City Council.

To report damage to a street nameplate please complete our Report a Damaged Street Nameplate online form

 

Additional Contacts