Author Archives: andystrangeway

Millers Retreat – March 2019 Update

As numerous residents on the Millers Retreat, Pocklington have raised concerns with me and requested my assistance, yesterday I met with a group of the residents. I now have a full understanding of the concerns. To move the situation forward … Continue reading

Posted in Planning, Pocklington

Kirkland Street/George’s Place Development

Last Thursday the developer of the Kirkland Street/George’s Place Development contacted me to discuss new proposals for the site. The development recently had an appeal refused after my objection to the original application. It was for 8 one bed apartments and … Continue reading

Posted in Planning, Pocklington

Pocklington Cemetery – Desecration Of Mothers Grave

This afternoon I was disgusted to learn that Arthur Woodcock’s mothers grave had been desecrated. The wreath and MUM was removed from the grave. Arthur’s mother only passed away three months ago. A lady informed Arthur that she had seen … Continue reading

Posted in Pocklington

Citizenlink – Woodwork To Be Addressed

I am pleased to confirm that ERYC will address the woodwork on the Citizenlink building in Stamford Bridge. Well done ERYC.

Posted in Stamford Bridge

Roman Avenue South New Grate – Finally

After several months, and at least seven attempts, contractors today replaced the noisy grate on Roman Avenue South, Stamford Bridge with a new one. At 11.00 this morning “debate” took place with residents, contractors, ERYC Officers and myself. The result … Continue reading

Posted in Roads, Stamford Bridge

Beckside Wilberfoss – Pot Holes And Erosion

The bank of the Foss Beck on Beckside Wilberfoss is being eroded by vehicles due to the narrowness of the road. I have requested ERYC to repair the pot holes and give consideration to installing kerb stones to prevent further … Continue reading

Posted in Roads, Wilberfoss

ERYC Number 200 In Pot Hole League Table

A Stamford Bridge resident and cyclist has drawn my attention to a league table that shows ERYC in 200th place out of 213 for how they address pot holes. The league table ranks highway authorities according to hazards reported through … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative, Roads

Barmby Moor Darkness – Trees Require Works

On my way to attend the Barmby Moor Parish Council meeting on Thursday I was amazed how dark the Main Street was. Hall Sprout A visit to investigate on Friday morning revealed why. As can be seen from the photo … Continue reading

Posted in Roads, Stamford Bridge

Church Road Footpath – Cleaned

I am pleased to see that the Church Road footpath, Stamford Bridge has been cleaned. I await to hear from ERYC regards a request that consideration is given to building a low wall at the bottom of the bank to … Continue reading

Posted in Footpath, Stamford Bridge

Sutton Lane Crossroads – Flashing Light Obstruction

The fundamental purpose of the flashing “Crossing Roads Ahead Slow Down ” sign at the Sutton Lane crossroads on the A1079 near to Barmby Moor is road safety. Unfortunately the effectiveness of the sign is currently limited due to the … Continue reading

Posted in Barmby Moor, Roads