I called on at Sour Heads today and assisted in the re-erection of the fencing that has been blocking the footpath for ages.
The posts have now been set in concrete this should prevent further complications whilst the building gets underway.
I will monitor the situation daily.
Kind regards Councillor Paul Cromie (Queensbury Ward Independent)
Update 10 April 2014
Yesterday afternoon I saw a woman in the
Cemetery let her dog poo and she walked off.
I photographed the poo and her house and passed it down for action
I am more than happy to go to court
Dog was a light tan Bull terrier
Cllr Michael Walls
Well five weeks have passed and we are still no further on with this, we are lucky, to my knowledge there have not been any road accidents. I hope not.
UPDATE FROM CLLR PAUL CROMIE
The Section 106 Agreement attached to permission 12/02183/MAF contains the following obligations:
- Provision of 22 on site affordable housing units.
- Payment of £208,732.00 (plus RPI) education contribution to be paid prior to occupation of two thirds of the dwellings.
- Payment of £134,590.00 (plus RPI) recreation contribution to be paid prior to occupation of two thirds of the dwellings.
- Payment of £39,300.00 (plus RPI) street lighting contribution to be paid prior to occupation of two thirds of the dwelling. This has been paid.
- Completion of various highway works which are noted in the Agreement as:
- Provision of traffic management and mitigation measures at the junction of Long Lane/Deanstones Lane.
- Incorporation of a mini roundabout and associated markings and signage at the Hill end Lane/Hazelhurst Road/Ashlar Grove junction.
- Provision of traffic management and mitigation measures at the junction of Hill End Lane Ford/Hill including the resiting of an existing bus stop
- Provision of traffic management and mitigation measures at the junction of Hill end Lane/Ford Hill including the imposition of parking restrictions.
It is highly likely that the highway works will be completed by BMDC following payment from the Developers for the works. The works are likely to need a consultation exercise before any works can be completed. I understand Simon Moscrop will be the best Officer to give a better idea of when the works are likely to be completed.
Below submitted by a concerned local resident:
Cllr Paul Cromie; Cllr Michael Walls; Marie Copley; STUART WALKER
The litter trail is still there.
Update 9 April 2014
Messages received from local residents:
Come on lets see some enforcement action what are Queensbury residents paying their council tax for?
Kind regards Paul (Cromie)