Notes from Middle Park Walkabout 2012

Middle Park Walkabout  23/11/12

Overhanging bushes cut back of Vista.

Refuse collectors across the Estate are not putting bins back outside people’s houses.  Sometimes left up the road or even on the other side.  Bins should be placed back where they are collected from and left neat.middle park walkabout nov 2012_0003 middle park walkabout nov 2012_0005

Two-wheel parking not resolved in Joan Crescent.

Local residents and services (police etc) want chicanes, not speed bumps; same as Kings’ Ground.

Middle Park currently being done by mobile teams; barrow beats are being introduced on the estate in next few weeks.

Areas around greens are not being swept properly. The new barrow system introduced after Christmas should pay attention to those areas. Stan and Tom will monitor.

Cut back bottom of trees where saplings grow causing refuse to become trapped.

Bridge over railway to Harmony Woods not cleaned – who is responsible? Network Rail say they pay RBG to do it.  RBG say not true.

A new team is being introduced to deal with untidy gardens.

Water leak at campfield, corner of Gregory.

Temporary repair to junction ‘manhole cover’ needs permanent solution; been done several times.

Green at New Market Green not litter picked before cutting.

Bollards missing in front of green.

Bollard missing Middle Park Avenue in front of Joan Crescent.

Joan Crescent pathway – leaves swept but not picked up.

Metal posts need checking – several are not deep enough in the ground and are falling over.
Gully blocked at bottom of path near to 74 Joan Crescent been marked to be cleared in summer but not done.

Metal bar across top missing at entrance to park near to Number 11 Joan Crescent.

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