Please be advised of the following temporary road closure: 

C84, Road to Elmstone Hardwicke

The road above will be closed (as per the attached plan) from 08.00 01/11/23 to 17.00 03/11/23.  This road closure is required by Severn Trent Water to install a new water connection in this location. Emergency and Pedestrian access will be  maintained.

If you require any further information regarding this closure, please contact Gloucestershire Highways on 08000 514 514.

Greg Burford

Gloucestershire County Council

Roadspace Co-ordinator (Tewkesbury District Area)

Road Closure Plan


Please see the links below for information about the upcoming surface dressing works at Elmstone Hardwicke.

Further information, including the current programme, can be found online at Surface Dressing, GripFibre and Microsurfacing – Highways (

Provisional dates for the work are 20th and 21st August.

Elmstone Hardwicke

Leaflet V5

AUC 14 & ABO 25 Uckington – Boddington: 73826

Please find attached Extension Notice in relation to temporarily closing the above Bridleway.

Also attached is the original Order and Order Plan for reference.

Should you have any further queries regarding this closure, please contact the Gloucestershire Highways helpline 08000 514 514.

AUC 14 & ABO 25 Order Plan

Sealed Order

Signed Extension Notice – Site

Subject: M5 Junction 10 Improvements Scheme – Ground Investigation Surveys

Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) is assessing options for a potential improvement scheme at M5 Junction 10. This work involves a range of surveys in the local area, including ground investigation surveys. We are writing to inform you that ground investigation surveys are planned to take place at the Coombe Hill junction between Monday 14th June and Wednesday 30th June 2021.

What will the ground investigation surveys involve?

These surveys will be used to confirm the ground conditions of the land at the junction, which will help to inform the design of the proposed improvement works. The work is planned to take place between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. The surveys will be carried out by a team of surveyors who will dig at multiple locations along the junction, with all work carried out in the public highway. One additional survey will need to be carried out within agricultural land fronting the A4019. Traffic management will be placed along the junction, to allow the safe movement of people and vehicles around the works. No driveways will be blocked but the traffic management providers may need to safely direct local residents into and out of their driveways, depending on the location.

If you would like more information about the scheme, our webpage can be found at If you wish to discuss any of this information with a member of our team, please feel free to contact us by email at or leave a voicemail message for us by phone on 01454 667900, and we will call you back.


Yours faithfully

Scott Macaulay-Lowe

Team Leader; Major Projects

Gloucestershire County Council