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St. Lawrence Road

by Phil Hobson on 30 March, 2011

Following a walk about in the HiIgh Beech area of the ward, the local Focus team has reported the need for an overflowing litter bin to be emptied and a worn out street sign for replacement. Jane and Phil were pleased to see no ‘cars for sale’ on the open space! View Larger Map

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YES! to fair votes!

by Phil Hobson on 30 March, 2011

Bits and Bobs

by Phil Hobson on 10 March, 2011

St. Andrew’s Avenue View Larger Map   The Focus team have asked for some tree maintenance work to be done to the large lime tree in the street as well as litter clearance that has been caught in undergrowth.

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Progress on the Roads

by Phil Hobson on 18 December, 2007

Some good news this morning from the MCC’s new area Highways Inspector. We’ve now got some news on some more roads that need attention and in a pretty poor state: St. George’s Road and St. David’s Close are both not on the current list of roads to be assessed for resurfacing. Despite having workmen out […]

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Larkfield Focus 23

by Phil Hobson on 17 December, 2007

Larkfield Focus 23 is now being delivered this week with a special Christmas Card and Calander. Thanks to all the team who are helping to get it out to every home in the ward. Just goes to show, even the week before Christmas, and it getting colder by the night, what team work can do. […]

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Roads and that term ‘velocity patching’

by Phil Hobson on 17 December, 2007

Some roads get their potholes filled in with a bit of tarmac hammered in, some get the surrounding road surface cut-out and re-laid with new tarmac and sealed. Other reported repairs get a treatment called ‘velocity patching’. What is velocity patching?  From what I understand from highways engineers, it is a method to prolong the decaying road surface as […]

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