Temporary Traffic Regulation – Lower Street, Gall End Lane – 21st August 2020

Please see below details received

Dear Sir/Madam,


Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Lower Street, Gall End Lane, Stansted Mountfitchet 

Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=117092208 to find details of the intended closure of Lower Street, Gall End Lane, due to commence on 21st August 2020 for 5 days. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while Essex County Council undertakes Surface Dressing in Spring/Summer 2020. (09.30-15.30).



Essex Streetworks Team

Stansted In Bloom 2020

Stansted in Bloom- Close of entries date extended to Tuesday 30th June.

Getting out in our gardens is one thing that people have been able to do even if they are self isolating and social distancing, so some of you may well have found that  you’ve had more time than usual to get your gardens in pristine condition so why not enter Stansted in Bloom this year.

This is not the Chelsea Flower Show so your garden doesn’t have to be anything too fancy. Just well kept and colourful. You can download an entry form from the Parish Council website.https://www.stansted.net/events/stansted-in-bloom/.

​Judging will take place on the week-end of  10-12th July and judges will need to be able access to your garden without entering your property.

Letter to local businesses regarding re-opening from 15th June

The Parish Council is working with Uttlesford District Council to assist “non-essential” shops and businesses to re-open from 15 June onwards.

Over the next couple few days we’ll be letter-dropping the businesses in the main centre of the village giving information on how to access guidance and advice documents to ensure that they are “Covid Secure”.

Attached is a copy of the letter

Letter to businesses 1-6-20

Reporting of low level anti-social behaviour

Please see below advise received from Uttlesford District Council


The below link can be used to report low level anti-social behaviour. The report goes directly into the inbox of the Community Safety Team, and will be investigated and discussed via the Uttlesford Community Hub in partnership with the relevant agencies.

Issues such as noise, littering, gathering of groups causing a nuisance, are an example of what can be reported here, and which are on-going, affecting the quality of life for our residents.

We would still urge members of the public to use the 999 system for emergencies, and 101 for reporting of issues that are currently happening.