Category Archives: Footpath
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
Residents continue to raise concerns with me regards the missing section of footpath on the A166 in Stamford Bridge. With the new development the need for this missing section of footpath to be addressed is even more important. The owners … Continue reading
At yesterdays AGM of Shetlered Homes Stamford Bridge concern was raised with regards the lack of a hand rail on Dales Walk, Stamford Bridge for the elderly residents. I have requested ERYC to give consideration to erecting a hand rail … Continue reading
Residents will be delighted to see that ERYC have agreed to my request for reflective strips on the London Street bollards. This will be a good safety measure for their children going to school as vehicles, including school buses, have been … Continue reading
I can confirm that the damaged safety barrier at Woldgate School, Pocklington has been replaced. Prior To Replacement Well done ERYC.
As the safety barrier at Woldgate School, Pocklington has been damaged I have requested ERYC to replace it at the earliest opportunity.
Although ERYC recently did some work on the Egremont/Battleflats trees pruning is still required to ensure that the street light and signs are not covered by branches. I have requested ERYC to undertake the required work before leaves appear in … Continue reading
Residents often raise concerns with me about the safety of their children regards vehicles, including school buses, mounting the pavement on London Street, Pocklington where the bollards are. London Street As this is putting children in danger I have requested … Continue reading
I am pleased to confirm that the Willow Tree on the junction of Orchard Way, Pocklington which had become overgrown and was striking residents as they walked past has now been trimmed. Prior To Trimming Well done ERYC.