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Category Archives: Footpath
In relation to Rogerson Court Obstructing Disabled Access ERYC have confirmed that: “we shall contact the developer to bring these issues to their attention and ask that they have full and proper regard for all users of the footpath.” I would like … Continue reading
The developers of Rogerson Court are allowing contractors and delivery vehicles to obstruct access for those with disabilities and other pedestrians. I have requested ERYC to discuss this with McCarthy and Stone. It is rather ironic that some of those … Continue reading
A resident has drawn to my attention the mess that is currently the roadworks in the Market Place. As a result two parking places are currently unusable. I have requested ERYC ensure that the mess is tidied up.
ERYC have confirmed that the salt bins in Pocklington “have been put on the list to be refilled” Well done ERYC.
Over the past couple of weeks residents have raised concerns with me regards the lack of gritting on Pocklington footpaths This bin was less than a third full on Saturday Current Salt Bins The number of salt bins in the … Continue reading
A £20,000 inital scheme to upgrade the Pavement was such a disaster I requested a site meeting with ERYC Engineer Jenny Crabb who designed the scheme. When it became apparent that Jenny had ‘lost the plot’, I attempted to calm her … Continue reading
Once again residents are contacting me due to the failure of Pocklington Town Council to grit and clear snow from Pocklington footpaths. Pocklington Town Council Clerk Gordon Scaife One resident typified how residents are let down: “Once again the footpaths … Continue reading
I am appalled to learn that Pocklngton Town Council have proposed a cycle path through the cemetery. The cemetery is a place for quiet contemplation and for the burying of loved ones. It must never be a short cut for … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that the plant container wall at Waterloo Square, Pem Lane is to be repaired. Well done ERYC.
I am pleased to confirm that ERYC have arranged to remove the soil from the footpath/verge on Yapham Road. Well done ERYC.