Category Archives: Roads
A Stamford Bridge resident and cyclist has drawn my attention to a league table that shows ERYC in 200th place out of 213 for how they address pot holes. The league table ranks highway authorities according to hazards reported through … Continue reading
On my way to attend the Barmby Moor Parish Council meeting on Thursday I was amazed how dark the Main Street was. Hall Sprout A visit to investigate on Friday morning revealed why. As can be seen from the photo … Continue reading
The fundamental purpose of the flashing “Crossing Roads Ahead Slow Down ” sign at the Sutton Lane crossroads on the A1079 near to Barmby Moor is road safety. Unfortunately the effectiveness of the sign is currently limited due to the … Continue reading
The New Street collapsed drain in Pocklington that only recently was repaired is now flooded. I have request ERYC to address the flooding at the earliest opportunity.
For residents information the road works on Roman Avenue South, Stamford Bridge are for the seventh attempt at dealing with the noisy manhole cover. I am informed they arrived on site yesterday. We now await the arrival of those who … Continue reading
In addition to ERYC addressing the flooding near to Wilberfoss A1079 West Junction I can also confirm that they agreed to my request to clear all the drains. The photos below are all prior to clearance.
Motorists on the A1079 at Wilberfoss will have been aware of the flooding caused by the blocked drain for the past couple of months. Prior To Clearing I am pleased to confirm that ERYC have cleared the drain as requested. … Continue reading
A year ago when the Beast From The East struck Stamford Bridge was in the process of having the Main Street relaid. The Beast has long gone but the road works are still to be completed. For reasons unknown white … Continue reading
The drain outside the Church on Moor Road, Stamford Bridge that was blocked has been cleared. Well done ERYC.
As the bollard just north of St Edmonds, Stamford Bridge on the A166 has been flattened I have requested ERYC to replace it.