Container congestion – hope of movement

Cont_ruff2_1 These containers on Rufford Street and Randell’s road are a sick joke.  They make the street cramped, dangerous and hemmed in.  They block the light for the flats in the Paget Centrem, there are no lights for nighttime and they are a traffic hazard. They get in the way of traffic and bring no utility whatsoever to the neighbourhood.  In the morning when everyone is leavng for work and concrete deliveries come to the Cemex plant they are the mortar to the tipping lorries pestle with only inches of lcearance for pedestrians.  It is the worst sort of local decision making to dump these things here with no local consultation.  They only put them here becuase they thought it was a poor area and no one woudl speak up. 

Cllr Convery has now secured a site meeting with some Council officials on Thursday afternoon at 1600 hrs.  Let’s hope we can get these things shifted or moved to say Brewery Road where they won’t bother people.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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1 Response to Container congestion – hope of movement

  1. Alistair Murray says:

    Aaaaaaaaaargh! I HATE the containers!

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