After being contacted by local residents, who actually live along the well used route of Mountsteven Avenue, regarding the state of the road, I contacted officers at Peterborough City Council. Read more
At a recent meeting of Full Council at the Town Hall, I asked the Tory Cabinet Member for Growth, Planning, Housing, and Economic Development, Cllr Peter Hiller (the chap who signed off on the unpopular Rhubarb Bridge decision), if he could let me know “..when residents living in and around Chiltern Rise, in Gunthorpe, can look forward to the introduction of dropped kerbs at the T-Junctions with both, Pennine Way and Cheviot Avenue?”
At a meeting of Full Council last year, I stood up (once more) and raised my concerns about Gunthorpe Road, and asked Tory Councillor Peter Hiller, Cabinet Member for Growth, Planning, Housing and Economic Development, the following question:
“I have been contacted by local residents about the issue of speeding along Gunthorpe Road. Could the relevant Cabinet Member tell me if:
The problems associated with the land to the rear of the shops situated at the bottom of Storrington Way and Amberley Slope, are pretty much constant throughout the year.
Residents have once again contacted me to raise concerns about the present amount of fly-tipping there and that green bins are overflowing, having seemingly been left by Council Waste contractors, because they contain the wrong type of rubbish!?
It seems one business at least, cannot wait for the “exciting” Council redevelopment plans for Westgate, as Peterborough City Council have now been notified of plans to close the Co-operative Bank at 33 Westgate, Peterborough, PE1 1PU.
The decision seems to be due to customers increasingly undertaking “more of their transactions online or via contact-less payments.”