Category Archives: Footpath
The reason for widening the footpath at The Pavement. Pocklington was to improve access especially for those with disabilities. Sadly The Salon are obstructing the access with their A-Frames and dustbin. As requests to move them have fallen on deaf … Continue reading
The bollard on the footpath of the bridge on the A166 in Stamford Bridge has seen better days. I have requested ERYC to replace the bollard and to ensure there is some form of reflector on it at the earliest … Continue reading
The pot hole on the footpath north of St Edmonds, Stamford Bridge on the A166 that had swallowed a shoe has now been filled with tarmac. Prior To Repair Well done ERYC.
Residents have recently raised concerns with me regards the overgrown trees on Love Lane, Pocklington. Not only are the trees lifting the footpath it also appears they are causing damage to the houses. I have requested ERYC to undertake a … Continue reading
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
Just north of St Edmonds, Stamford Bridge on the A166 there is a pot hole so large it appears to have swallowed a shoe. I have requested ERYC to undertake the required works at the earliest opportunity.
ERYC have confirmed that they are in the process of addressing the Orchard Close Hedge – Job Half Done. Well done ERYC.
The Viking Road footpath into the car park is in rather desperate need of maintenance as residents are currently forced to walk through mud. I have requested ERYC: Remove the small grass verge beyond the post/rail next to the double … Continue reading
Yet again the Church Road footpath in Stamford Bridge is covered in mud that has washed down from the bank above. This is forcing residents to walk onto the busy road. As this is the most used footpath into the … Continue reading
Unfortunately only “half a job” was done on the hedge on the junction of Orchard Close, Pocklington that was becoming overgrown and causing a problem for mothers with prams and children walking past as it contained prickly growth. The upper part … Continue reading