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Category Archives: Low Catton
With 138 public projects completed, numerous personal projects assisted with and the holding to account of senior ERYC officers and Tory Councillors 2017 has certainly being the year I became a rebel with a cause. As a Buddhist, fundamental to … Continue reading
I just do not understand why Pock Town Council fail to carry out their fundamental duties. Catalogue Of Failures Neighbourhood Plan – Will take at least 8 years to produce Neighbourhood Plan. Emergency Plan – Fail to make Emergency Plan public to … Continue reading
I would like to thank ERYC officers who have cut the grass around Low Catton within a couple of days of my requesting the cutting.
A Low Catton resident today enquired when the grass would be cut around the village. It appears that grass cutting finished on the outskirts of Stamford Bridge. Given how overgrown the verges are I have requested to be informed when … Continue reading
An ERYC officer has inspected the Low Catton junction traffic island and work is now programmed. “ERYC Highway Maintenance will top soil and seed the areas of verge damage and then protect it by installing verge marker posts until … Continue reading
The junction between Low Catton, High Catton and Stamford Bridge looks like it needs updating from the days of horse and carts to the a world of large tractors and HGVs. All that is required is the grass removing and … Continue reading
Good to see the new road sign for Pock to Stamford Bridge.
The Stamford Bridge to Pocklington Road Sign has certainly seen better days. I have asked ERYC to repair the sign.
Residents have wanted a footpath on the High Catton to Stamford Bridge road for many years. In the High Catton Crossroads to Stamford Bridge Primary School Walked Route Assessment ERYC have stated that the road is NOT HAZARDOUS. Unfortunately the conclusion states: “Under … Continue reading