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Category Archives: Hedges
Sadly, contrary to planning consent, Persimmon removed the hawthorn hedge between their development in Wilberfoss and Moorfield Way. Despite requests since they have failed to reinstate it. I have request ERYC Enforcement contact Permission and request that the hedge is … Continue reading
The Sutton Upon Derwent footpath on the side of the B1228 near to the River Derwent is subject to encroachment. As some is on the public highway while the rest is from the field I have requested ERYC to action the … Continue reading
As the hedge on the corner of Sherbuttgate North is starting to encroach onto the footpath I have requested ERYC to contact the residents to request that the hedge is cut back.
The overgrown vegetation looking east at the Wilberfoss West junction is obstructing motorists view of on coming traffic. I have requested ERYC prune the vegetation back.
ERYC have confirmed that the owners of the Volage Court overgrown hedge will be contacted and given 14 days in which to cut the hedge back. Well done ERYC.
The hedge on Volage Court is once again overgrown. I have requested that ERYC address the overgrown hedge. N – Thank you for drawing this to my attention.
The hedge on Low Cattton Road, Stamford Bridge, just before it joins Church Road, is preventing residents walking freely on the footpath. I have requested ERYC address the issue.
At the Feoffe Lane T Junction the 50 mph sign requires turning in the correct direction. Until this is done the speed limit is unenforceable. In addition the hedge requires maintenance. As Feoffee Lane is in Wolds Weighton I have … Continue reading
Once again the Full Sutton 30 mph sign is disappearing into the hedge. Due to the current sign not being fully visible the 30 mph speed limit is unenforceable for those travelling from Pocklington. As Full Sutton is in Wolds … Continue reading
The hedge in the Wolds Weighton section of the Kilnwick Road is overgrown and making it difficult to use the footpath. I have refered the issue to Caroline Lacey, ERYC Chief Executive.