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As a result of exposing an East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) Officer for wasting an estimated £20,000 on works a formal complaint was made against Councillor Strangeway. The works on The Pavement, Pocklington were so bad in essence it had … Continue reading
The overgrown tree on Sherbuttgate Drive, Pocklington is in need of a major prune. I have requested ERYC to issue an order to prune the tree. In addition I have requested that the lower parts of the tree, above the … Continue reading
Just outside the 30 mph zone in High Catton the condition of the road is best described as crumbling. As numerous attempts have been made to fill this “pot hole” I have requested ERYC to remove the crumbling area and replace … Continue reading
When Burton Fields, Stamford Bridge was resurfaced the junction was not resurfaced. Yet when the A166 was recently resurfaced again the junction was not resurfaced. As the resurfacing of this junction appears not to have been included in either contract … Continue reading
I can confirm that the pot holes on Millfield Close, Wilberfoss have been repaired.
On Wednesday afternoon I met with an ERYC officer at Hagg Bridge, Sutton Upon Derwent to discuss concerns raised by residents. Firstly, residents are requested to respect the new 20mph limit. Over the course of the next month ERYC will … Continue reading
I am pleased to confirm that The Paddock junction pot hole has finally been repaired.
The A166 bend ahead warning signs east of Stamford Bridge have seen better days and are now broken with some parts actually on the road. I have requested ERYC to replace the signs at the earliest opportunity.
Coming from Stamford Bridge the approach to the Moor Road junction with Moor Lane is via an S bend with blind corners. Hence the need for road markings and signs to warn motorists. Unfortunately the painted slow and traffic calming … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that the slow notices near to Sutton Upon Derwent school have been “noted for inclusion with other lining works in the area”. Of course this will be after the schedule resurface.