From Bridgeway Shopping Centre to Arkwright Walk to Uppingham Gardens. Pictures include – – New flats being built at the north end of Arkwright Walk; – New retractable bollard to allow a new alternative entrance into Bridgeway Shopping Centre; – Barriers managing construction traffic at the junction of Kirkewhite Walk and Arkwright Walk; – Renewing the pavement along Arkwright Walk; – Kiddies swing seat damaged by dogs whose owners let them chew seats to maintain their teeth; – New houses along Arkwright Walk; – A picnic table with wheelchair access; – Hicking buildings phase 2 being built. Fuller res photos available on Facebook.
Frank is hosteling at Nicola Heaton’s.
Frank is on his best behaviour.
Frank even obeys orders. “Sit!”
Frank joined the ward walk today.
Frank didn’t understand all that was required of him.
“Frank – put those 2 top layers of bricks back on the side to a car pool!”
Not a twitch of a response.
Toured Middle Furlong Gardens & Mews, Causeway Mews, Barra Mews and Meredith Close.
Some of the questions being discussed during walk along the courts lining the tram route, Sandays Close and the path at the rear of Osier Close. Can rights of way impeded by building sites be kept suitable for passing through by those using mobility scooters? What actions are being taken against residents of properties being misused? Are garages in a certain street no longer being used for cars? Can a camera that improved public behaviour on an entrance from the tram route for a 3-month period, be replaced by a permanent camera? Do high fences make residents feel less secure? Do certain gardens need to be tidied or even cleared by the residents?
Around the Old Meadows, checking on front walls and cleanliness, and finding some of the private back alleyways not being looked after by property owners.
Old Meadows in Bloom is getting ready for a visit by the inspectors.