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October 2017 - Proposed Submission Plan:MK October 2017 
Following its approval at the Milton Keynes Council meeting on 18 October, we are now consulting on the Proposed Submission Plan:MK October 2017. 
The consultation period within which you may submit comments on the plan will be from 8 November until no later than 5.00pm on 20 December
To read and comment upon the Proposed Submission Plan:MK October 2017 please go to the following link  
PARISH COUNCIL NEWS from the November 2017 Meeting 
A509 – Residents may have noticed that following the resurfacing of the A509, hatched white lines were introduced at the entrance to the High Street. There has been some confusion for drivers as to whether or not vehicles can enter the hatched area. Rule 130 of The Highway Code states that these hatched areas are to separate traffic lanes. If the area is bordered by a broken white line, you should not enter the area unless it is necessary and you can see that it is safe to do so. If the area is marked with chevrons and bordered by solid white lines you must not enter it except in an emergency. In the case of the chevrons at the Emberton entrance, these are broken white lines and the hatched area is safe to enter. 
New Councillor - The parish council are pleased to welcome Councillor Richard Laval. Richard, who joined the parish council at the beginning of November has been a resident along with his wife, Angela, for two years but has long standing connections to Petsoe End. 
Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire – The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group are currently working on a Neighbourhood Plan questionnaire. The parish council would urge all households to complete the questionnaire (expected to be circulated in January), either in paper format or on line as this will help shape the future of Emberton. 
Clock tower – Damage to the clock tower occurred during the road works on the A509 when an articulated lorry attempted to reverse down West Lane after trying to access an alternative route through Westpits. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the clerk. 


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