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  2. The car park is always chocca in the daytime. Tumbleweed in the shop aisles tho. The car park is definitely abused. It can only get worse with the 178 bed student block being built opposite. With zero parking space for any of those people.
  3. Give it a couple of weeks and it will be sorted. Mind you I do miss their cakes and nobody can find anything in there quite amusing because every body is asking anybody where is that where is this and so on The biggest problem is the car park and the people who use it as a hospital car park really winds me up
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  5. Is anyone else bemused by the ongoing refurbishment of this store [Hereford]? Centre aisle removed ~ that ran horizontal to the shop frontage. Kiosk reconfigured to end up at a right angle to the shop frontage. They may have maximised some more selling space. But the shopping experience is through the floor. A total fail in my opinion.
  6. They've been out today at long last and cut the grass all down to their usual standard and left a mess behind them. How do they expect children to play on these areas. I am surprised no one has caught Lyme's Disease the grass was so long. The alley way up the side of the garages next to 34 Muir Close is still blocked by shrubs.
  7. Martin, if you ring the council on 260000 and follow instructions to speak to BBLP or ask the operator on this number to put you through, Glenda
  8. Does the Council and BBLP have a public email address. I can't find one on the council's website. They only want you to use their report forms which are not easy to use if you want to copy in other people.
  9. Scheduled cut this week for Muir Close passes by again with nothing done. Makes a joke of Balfour Beatty strapline "Living Places"
  10. As long as it takes to cut the grass in Muir Close - possibly never. Surely the church has insurance to get the work done and reclaim it from the other party's insurance.
  11. 7 months later and surrounded by ugly barriers the wall has still not been repaired! We took this photograph this morning, how long does it take to repair a wall?
  12. I agree. The Council do try and engage with a 'direct message'. But engagement Publicly on Twitter is better.
  13. Dilligaf, ask Jim Kenyon how he went about it, and I'm willing to help in anyway can, Glenda
  14. Martin, don't know about tree on left, but the right hand one looks like the tree they cut right back and its got its new growth in Waterfield Road, the tree stumps looks like the field behind Sherborne Close if so that's Herefordshire Housing land.
  15. Just awful - I would be tempted to send it all to the Daily Mail or some such daily rag. Our beloved Council want to spend millions of pounds on new roads but do not look after what they have.
  16. Regarding the state of the trees in this area here are some examples of creative topiary carried out by various unknown individuals in the area. They don't look right, but maybe it's me .
  17. I've never seen anybody or Phil Edwards cutting this area of grass. Today it's raining and the next scheduled cut is from 15th August to 21st August and the final cut 16th September to 20th September. Over half way through this year and nobody cares.
  18. I know its not been cut, but without sounding like a stuck needle BBLP refused to cut the grass when they saw Phil Edwards cutting it!
  19. Dilligaf, Are you talking about the play area by you? if so as a part of the Oval Redevelopment if so that belongs to Herefordshire Housing, ring them on 0300 777 4321.
  20. Martin he a member of Phil Edwards Newton Farmers grass cutting team (see the photo of them both on his election leaflet) BBLP didn't do a cut because Phil Edwards did it on his sit-on machine, although HC pays BBLP to cut the grass as a part of their contract with them.
  21. It appears the grass cutting schedule shows only 4 cuts a year. BBLP missed the first one, possibly due to the weather at the time. Obviously if they miss a cut they don't bother to come back when its dried out. The next cut is 15th July to 19th July. Wait and see if they turn up. No reply from my councillor from email sent 9th July. He needs to make a site visit to see the problems himself. Only 2 days left to react - any chance?
  22. How do we go about getting this off the ground to happen on our side of the river? JimmyK has been heavily involved with picnic in the park on his patch on the quarry with great success. Any suggestions welcome.
  23. It appears now that you need to go public and direct with these issues; ie social media with hash tags so that everyone can see them. I find Twitter is very useful. Except when they reply with a DM and you reply publicly so everyone can see too On a side note I have contacted Bblp with regards to unsafe play equipment. They said it's HC issue!! That was a week ago - it's still unsafe and in use!!
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  25. I think the existing 'reward' for info is £10k. Up the reward. £10k is a derisory amount compared to wages spent investigating. The Police may know the identity of the killer but are short on evidence. Who knows?
  26. Keep digging ..... I expanded the debate. To demonstrate a wider issue. Environmental issues are widespread in the City Estates. The grip has been lost (by the Council) on necessary environmental housekeeping.
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