Stamford Bridge A166 Bollard Repairs Requested

Having avoided “stepping on toes” for over six months today I am left with no option but to do just that as the required works for the A166 bollard in Stamford Bridge remains outstanding.

Whilst the Independent ERYC Ward Councillor for Stamford Bridge ERYC Director of Environment and Neighbourhood Services, Paul Bellotti attempted to assure me that ERYC Highways have an appropriate system to deal with Highway repairs. This is clearly not the case.

Email To Paul Bellotti

Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 8:12 AM
Subject: Stamford Bridge A166 Bollard Repairs Requested

Dear Paul

Could I please refer you to my post One Bollard, Two Wards And Six Councillors dated 29 January 2020?

The last thing I want to do is to step on the current Ward Councillors toes hence my attempt to avoid getting involved with this.

You will appreciate that in the current situation we must all avoid tying up Emergency Services and the NHS when they are needed the most. Sadly the failure of ERYC to carry out the required works to the A166 bollard for over six months risks just that if an accident occurs.

You may recall a couple of years ago I raised the issue that the white lines failed to go around the islands and that this resulted in a Full Sutton and Skirpenbeck Parish Council Councillor crashing into the islands. The Councillor was obvious fully aware of the road layout but due to the failure of ERYC still had the crash.

Could I please request that you acton the required works to the A166 Stamford Bridge bollard as a matter of urgency?


Andy Strangeway

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