Investment in Elmdon and Lyndon (continued)

Following on from last weeks post, following claims by LibDem Cllrs Elmdon and Lyndon wards are assed by whilst other wards get the good stuff.

This is a synopsis of some of the investment via the localities budget in these wards in the past two years.

* Repaired damaged railings in Richmond Road
* Repair and repoint wall around tree in Lode Lane
* Repainted ornate street name plates and re-installed – Rangoon Road
* Hobs Moat precinct installing Handrails to steps and refurbish steps
* Ordered and Installed No-Fly Tipping signs in service road behind Hobs Moat Shops
* Repainted ornate street name plates and re-installed
* Repaired Ranch Fencing – Lode Lane canal bridge
* New installation – Trip rail Hobs Moat service Road
* Fly tip clear ups on Private Land/Not registered
* Programmed litter picks for the service road behind Hobs Moat Shops
* Trinity Close – reduced hedge to minimise ASB
* Finsbury Close – Cut back growth on footway from canal side on private/unregistered land.
* Woodhall Croft – Ground clearance
* Painting of bridges
* Christmas tree at Ulleries Road / Hobs Moat Road (does your local community have a Christmas tree provided free?)
* Graffiti removal
* Galvanised handrail by Hobs Moat Shops
* New notice boards
* Litter picks
* Damson Lane – Ground clearance
* Brickwork around trees
* Hobs Moat Road – New signs
* Removal of household waste on private land
* Refurbishment of ornate street nameplates
* Painting of railings.

To be continued…


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