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Be interested how they get on with insurance...question.........has the house ever been flooded or is it in an area subject to flooding? As I recall, that end of Molewood Road didn't flood last year. The land on which the new houses are being built didn't flood, but the works behind and to the side...
Three new ones almost complete at the other end of Molewood Road, opposite the junction with Wellington Street. On an area flooded last year.Ewoowar wrote:And how were the houses built at the end of Molewood Rd, near the junction with Beane Rd, permitted? They back on to an area regularly flooded.
- Thu 19 Mar, 2015 4:13 pm
- Forum: Traffic & Parking
- Topic: Police and Council Target Obstructive Parking
- Replies: 1
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Fathers push pushchairs too, CI McDonald.Steve wrote: and mothers with pushchairs, are often finding they have to walk in the road, as the pavements have been obstructed by parked vehicles."[/i]
But yes, everyday sexism aside, great to see this being tackled.
Ironically the final comment has pertinence given the front story page in this week's Mercury ("We're cross about crossing"). Indeed. I really hope common sense prevails with respect to the crossing and that the opinions of a tiny, selfish* minority are not allowed to unduly influence the decision ...
The good thing about Senova is that the guy in there is clearly a passionate cyclist himself who is channeling that passion into a business. I went into the other lot around the corner last year to enquire about servicing etc but wasn't overly impressed with their response. In the same way you woul...
- Tue 03 Feb, 2015 10:08 am
- Forum: Traffic & Parking
- Topic: Large White vans in New Street Bengeo
- Replies: 25
- Views: 7984
It seems rather unfair to be targeting the owner of the white vans when Bengeo is rife with people using the highway (and pavement) to store their personal property, often in far more inconvenient and dangerous locations.
- Fri 23 Jan, 2015 11:03 am
- Forum: Policing
- Topic: £110 fine for assaulting a taxidriver? Seriously?
- Replies: 6
- Views: 3041
http://www.streetpastors.org/about-us/w ... et-pastor/MultiDad wrote:a street pastor.....? please tell me he's not a religous loon trying to 'save' peeople...?
Volunteers, working unsociable hours, making sure folk are ok.
- Tue 30 Sep, 2014 10:23 am
- Forum: Community
- Topic: Hartham - kids - substance abuse. Where are the authorities?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 3564
Did you contact the police? It would be pretty difficult to identify someone smoking dope on CCTV, so the police would probably be unaware unless someone reported it.Ewoowar wrote: I don't understand it. The place is covered by cameras. And surely the police can do something about it.