Before 2010, aspects like waste, street cleaning, flytipping and grass cutting used to be done by the City Council.
Then in 2011, the Tories at the Town Hall, decided to sign a 23-year-contract with Enterprise – which was bought out by Amey in 2013.
Then last year, Conservative controlled Peterborough City Council announced they’d be terminating the waste contract with Amey in a bid to save £100,000 every year.
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After being contacted by local residents, who were wondering why a small section of grass had seemingly been ignored, during recent cutting exercises, I’m now glad to say that the work has been done.
Q: Why was it? A: According to some, Cross Keys used to do the whole job, as most of the land belongs to them.
But, now they seem to be leaving the smaller section and central area that is owned by the local authority, to be cut by Peterborough City Council?
You’d think one of them would just do the whole job in one go and then, at worst, send a small invoice to the other?
I’ve now emailed the CEO of Cross Keys and the Corporate Director at the Council, to see what they have to say and if they can sort out a suitable setup for the future?