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Manresa neighbourhood’s mysterious moving recycling bins

The Manresa neighbourhood of the Alton Estate has been quite busy recently. First, there was the poorly communicated double yellow lines by Kimpton House, the quality of the double glazing major works being challenged by Kimpton House, the state of the grass around the base of Kimpton House, and now the case of the mysterious moving recycling bins.

Some time ago, there was a space created near Rushmere House, it has been mentioned that this was at the end of 2016, though this would need more verification.

Then, out of the blue, residents noticed that recycling bins had moved to this spot. The below photo being taken on 17 February 2018.

By Kimpton House, there was an upside recycling bin. The below photo being taken on 17 February 2018.

By Somborne House, there was an upside recycling bin. The below photo being taken on 17 February 2018.

After the event, then residents received a letter informing them of what had happened. Note the letter is dated 21 February 2018. It is wondered what the residents of Chilcombe House, Crondall House, Farnborough House, Kimpton House, Rushmere House and Somborne House think of this.

A point which was already popped up is that if residents were given the option to discuss this beforehand then it might have been raised that the remaining bins might become over full as one person has highlighted on the Alton Regeneration Watch Twitter account.

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A lesson in how not to paint double yellow lines?

Kimpton House residents on the Alton Estate recently had an interesting experience with regards to how the Council painted double yellow lines next to the building.

The following photos were taken on the 17 & 18 December 2017.

This first photo shows one side of the road on Fontley Way as having the double yellow lines completed.

The next photo shows parts of the double yellow line, though notice the white vehicle which is relevant for the next photo.

The white vehicle is now gone and it can be seen that the double yellow lines have not been completed.

The Council was approached about this semi-completed job. A reply has yet been forthcoming though the following photo was taken on 20 December 2017 and the double yellow lines had been completed. Coincidence?

In any event, these double yellow lines might add to further problems with regards to limited car parking spaces in the area. Also the question has been raised with the Council with regards to how these double yellow lines will be enforced and the answer may be of interest to local residents.

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