Mayfields Litter Referred To Developer

I am pleased to confirm that the litter from the Mayfields Development, Pocklington in the Broadmanor Landscape Belt – Wildlife Corridor has been brought“to the attention of the developer”.

Posted in Planning, Pocklington

Old Station Club – Cycle Racks

After a week or so of pot holes, road resurfacing and traffic congestion it is lovely to share some good news with Stamford Bridge residents.

I was pleased to see this morning that ERYC are installing the cycle racks in the Old Station Club car park.

I would like to thank ERYC for agreeing to work with the Old Station Club committee to introduce the much-needed cycle racks.

Posted in Stamford Bridge

Roman Avenue North – Pot Holes

There are three main ways in which pot holes can be reported to ERYC. This can be via residents, the Parish/Town Council or one of the Ward Councillors.

Over the past couple of weeks or so both residents and Stamford Bridge Parish Council have reported the numerous pot holes on Roman Avenue North to ERYC.

Obviously to maximise resources ERYC do not immediately turn out to repair the odd pot hole or three but instead group pot holes in an area together for repair .  Subject to the location of the pot hole repair can take up to 28 days to repair once reported. In addition, at this time of the year with frost a regular feature a pot hole repair can be a short-lived affair.

As both myself and the Parish Council are understandably receiving regular complaints about pot holes on Roman Avenue North I have asked a senior office to advise of a timescale as to when the pot holes will be repaired and that this is at the earliest opportunity.

As soon as an approximate date is confirmed I will inform residents.

Posted in Roads, Stamford Bridge

High Catton Mitchell Lane Sign Straightened

I am pleased to confirm that the Mitchell Lane sign has been straightened.

Thank you ERYC.

Posted in High Catton, Roads, Signs

250 Not Out

The Wilberfoss Salt Bin Returns is the 250th project I have completed since 7 April 2016. I would like to thank all the residents who have requested my assistance. It is a privilege to serve.

Posted in Wilberfoss

Wilberfoss Salt Bin Returns

The saga of the disappearance of a Wilberfoss Salt Bin has been concluded this week as a shiny new yellow one has appeared in its place.

Thank you ERYC.

Posted in Wilberfoss

Stamford Bridge Traffic Lights Update

The Stamford Bridge traffic lights saga is set to continue into next week.

Bridge Traffic Lights

There is concern that the traffic lights have been slowed down as they appear to be only letting half the regular traffic through per change.

ERYC are aware of the situation and will investigate this afternoon.

Avant Traffic Lights

While undertaking the required road works a brick culvert was breached which no one knew existed. Residents will have noticed the water pumps in use.

There has been a meeting with key stakeholders to agree a way forward. It was agreed that work will continue on Saturday morning and the lights will be manned all weekend.

The works are now planned to be completed by Tuesday.

This will require the Stage 3 of the resurfacing to leap-frog the area and return when appropriate.

Well Done

I would like to thank the ERYC officers for keeping me updated of developments of a situation which is beyond their control. I will endeavour to pass these updates onto residents.

Well done ERYC.

Posted in Roads, Stamford Bridge

Broadmanor Landscape Belt – Wildlife Corridor

While investigating the Mayfields Litter issue it has come to my attention that  Broadmanor Landscape Belt – Wildlife Corridor must be protected from trespass.

It is protected with a fence from the Broadmanor side but is fully open to trespass on the Mayfields Development side. Understandably the residents on the Broadmanor side believe this to be unreasonable.

I have referred the following questions to Alan Menzies ERYC Director of  Planning and Economic Regeneration:

  1. Have David Wilson Homes secured the landscape belt from trespass?
  2. Have ERYC formally adopted the landscape belt?
  3. Are ERYC maintaining the landscape belt in accordance with the original planning permission?
  4. Will Linden Homes secure the landscape belt from trespass?
Posted in Planning, Pocklington

Mayfields Litter

A resident has drawn to my attention that there is a lot of litter from the Mayfields Development, Pocklington in the Broadmanor Landscape Belt – Wildlife Corridor.

I have requested ERYC to address the litter issue.

Posted in Planning, Pocklington

High Catton Mitchell Lane Sign

As it appears that the sign on Mitchell Lane, High Catton has been hit and moved around I have requested ERYC to straighten the sign.

Posted in High Catton, Signs