Category Archives: Roads
For over four months, during the period of the darkest nights, a bollard on the A166 in Stamford Bridge has been turned in the wrong direction. As the former Independent ERYC Ward Councillor for Stamford Bridge, I have avoided “stepping … Continue reading
Those like myself who have spent all their life driving country roads, especially those that are single track, will know the importance of having access to the grass verge. In essence, the grass verge is required to allow vehicles to … Continue reading
Last April I requested a yellow box for Burton Fields. Since then various work has continued behind the scenes. I can now confirm, subject to Police agreeing to enforce it, ERYC have approved the request. Hopefully this will be a … Continue reading
I am pleased to see that ERYC have finally marked the vehicular access of Vine House. ERYC have confirm: “Further to residents complaining to Cllr Strangeway, a ‘H’ Bar road marking was recently installed across the vehicular access of Vine … Continue reading
There is hope that Yorkshire Water may have finally silenced the noisy manhole on New Street, Pocklington. Well done Yorkshire Water. We still await ERYC to solve the blocked drain next to it!
I can confirm that, in addition to Kilnwick Road, The Oval will also be resurfaced this year. It was delayed last year to allow works to be completed in the area. Well done ERYC.
The damaged bollard on the A166, Stamford Bridge is to be replaced. Prior To Replacement Well done ERYC.
It is beyond belief that the three Conservative Pocklington Provincial candidates for the upcoming ERYC election endorse signage at the Wilberfoss A1079 West junction that could cause deaths. The signs could work without fault for months. So we will have … Continue reading
I am pleased to confirm that the required works to remove the obstruction to the Sutton Lane crossroads flashing light has been passed to the Area Engineer for action. Well done ERYC.
After several months, and at least seven attempts, contractors today replaced the noisy grate on Roman Avenue South, Stamford Bridge with a new one. At 11.00 this morning “debate” took place with residents, contractors, ERYC Officers and myself. The result … Continue reading