Pot holes on Chitterfield Gate Sipson

Forwards to Council Officers to Investigate.

Pictures of Chitterfield Gate, Sipson; the road needs urgent repairs there are number of pot holes it’s unsafe and a disgrace. Please arrange for repairs your help is appreciated at all times many thanks.

Advertisements

Carriageway resurfacing in Heathrow Villages


Dear Residents

As part of this year’s carriageway resurfacing programme, works are to be carried out on 

1) Ashby Way
2) Bletchmore Close 

Notices will be placed on the street giving the actual start date and the hours of working will be 8.00am to 4.30pm (Monday to Saturday).

The start date and duration period are subject to weather conditions

If you think your street is not up to the standard that it should be, please contact us so that we can bring it to the Councils attention.

Regards

Your Local Labour Councillors
Working for our community
 

New dumping ground – Gilpin Way, Harlington

Reported to Council officers to investigate on behalf of the residents of Heathrow Villages by your local village Councillors.

Please see this area that is now a dumping ground, it is located on Gilpin Way, down the left turn as you enter.

1) It is full of old beds, rubble, sofas
2)  It is completely overgrown with trees that are higher than the houses and bushes that are completely out of control. 
3) The garages are getting filled with rubbish as well. Neighbour noted vans driving into this land and dumping all the rubbish, can owners be contacted to maintain these. 
4) Persons who work at the airport are parking on this land and causing an obstruction to the garages.

It was established last time that the this area is private land but this rubbish is nevertheless a nuisance to residents at the back on The Crescent and also to residents on Gilpin Way. It is causing rodents such as fox’s and rats to come in the residents back garden. 

5) Can the owner of this private land be asked to clear up and put in place a tree/ bush service.
6) Is this area eligible for the ‘gating scheme’ as most of these issues can be resolved by a gate at the entrance.