The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place this Saturday, 9th September at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm. All welcome.
Proposals (see below) have been drawn up to help reduce vehicle speeds passing through St Johns.
The scheme that highlights the speed limit of 30mph in both the north and southbound directions of the main Foxdale Road (A3) in the form of 30mph limit gateways. These include a localised area of red carriageway surfacing, signage and a white edge of carriageway line marking both sides of the road. The proposal also includes some edge of carriageway markings at the crossroads to slow vehicle speeds as drivers negotiate this junction.
Resurfacing work is taking place this weekend in final preparation for the completion of works in Main Road, Foxdale on Wednesday 2 August. The plan below shows more detail.
Finishing touches to Peel’s regeneration include resurfacing in Market, Castle & Douglas Streets and the installation of artwork which should be complete in the 2 to 3 weeks.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place on Saturday 8th July at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm.
It will also be an opportunity to find out more about the Manx Credit Union with David Talbot.
The Foxdale post office has a reprieve until at least the New Year. The shop will undergo a refit in September. The long term survival of the Post Office will depend on how well it is used in the coming months.
The main road through Higher Foxdale will close from today and subject to favourable conditions, the target for completion is an earlier date of Wednesday 2 August.
Extended hours, weekend working and the deployment of additional resources will be used to help achieve the revised finish date.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place today, Saturday 10th June at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm. All welcome.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place today, Saturday 13th May at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm. All welcome.Best wishes
It has been an honour to be part of the celebrations for 150th anniversary of the first House of Keys democratic election. As well as a special House of Keys sitting in Castletown, sets of coins and stamps have been distributed across the island to all school children.
The week was also a milestone for the Peel Charity Shop on Friday who passed a million mark in money raised for charity.
The previous week included meeting a number of MPs in Westminister, building relationships during the historic Brexit week when Article 50 was triggered.