Category Archives: Prison Scrutiny

To Turn Or Not To Turn

Only five days ago in Prison Entrances And Access Road Analysed I asked why there was engineering for left turns when Reserve Matters conditions confirm that they cannot be taken. It would appear that “To Turn Left or Not To … Continue reading

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Prison Road Signage Still Requires Attention

Having highlighted the incompetence of the MOJ and ERYC to ensure adequate road signage for the new prison construction I can now confirm that their attempt to correct it is still in need of attention. Traffic Control Ahead Signs – … Continue reading

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Prison Stop/Go Sign System Unlawful

The control of traffic by means of manual ‘stop and go’ boards must be carried out in accordance with the Safety at Street Works Code of Practice to ensure safety to site personnel and without causing confusion to traffic. Failure … Continue reading

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ERYC Spin – Support Prison – Abandon Residents

I believe we are starting to witness ERYC spin that claims to support residents but in truth supports the MOJ and abandons residents. No Warning Signs I offer three observations to the Court of Public Opinion. Observation I There is … Continue reading

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Prison Entrances And Access Road Analysed

Given the recent events in relation to the temporary entrances and access road used for the construction of the new prison in Full Sutton, I have undertaken an analysis of the situation. Official Reason For Temporary Construction Access The official … Continue reading

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Temporary Entrances Engineered For Left Turns

Having highlighted in Halt Chaos – Act On Strangeway’s Observations the collective incompetence of the ERYC Director of Planning, ERYC Director of Highways, all six ERYC Conservative Ward Councillors, and Full Sutton and Skirpenbeck Parish Council I will now highlight … Continue reading

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Halt Chaos – Act On Strangeway’s Observations

Yesterday’s incident, which involved the HGV tipping into the ruts created by construction traffic for the new Full Sutton prison, was a direct consequence of ERYC failing to halt the chaos of the past two weeks by acting on Strangeway’s … Continue reading

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Construction Road Ruts Buries Paint Tin

Another week has gone by and the main road to the new Full Suton prison construction site continues to deteriorate at an alarming rate. What is ERYC waiting for before undertaking actions that should have taken place prior to the … Continue reading

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Prison HGV Enforcement – The Bad News

Over the past week or so I have come to the realisation that no Councillor or resident has a full grasp of the absolute shambles that is unfolding with the construction of the new Full Sutton prison. Yesterday I was … Continue reading

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Prison HGVs Speeding Through Full Sutton

A Full Sutton resident has shared with me alarming footage of two HGVs speeding through Full Sutton at 09.26 on Friday 29 April 2022 en route to the site of the new Full Sutton prison. This is clearly unacceptable and … Continue reading

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