Well, part 1 was published on the roeregeneration blog on 6th June and given there had been no change, the Council was emailed on the 21st June, with a Councillor copied in.
It was interesting reading the correspondence, as one of the emails commented that “he has copied in Councillors”, so, it is presumed that the “he” mentioned is the resident that emailed the Council.
Copying in a Councillor seems to have done the trick though for on the 22nd June, the Hyacinth Road overhand was cut back, as per the photo below.
The next day on the 23rd June the Shawford Court tree was cut back, though not by a little, it was stripped naked. Have a look at the picture below and compare with the photo in part 1.
Links of interest (click the sentence below for the article)
- Labour February-March newsletter: this article refers to Labour’s interest in wanting to know about “trouble spots”
- Council contacts
- Alton Regeneration Watch
- Ibsley Gardens/Fontley Way maintenance – footpath used as a road : roeregeneration article about how residents can make a difference to where they live
- When is a foot path not a foot path? – part 1 of the roeregeneration article
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Jeremy Ambache – JAmbache@wandsworth.gov.uk
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