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  1. Brilliant!! This is real positive stuff well done to all those people involved.
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  2. Useful information here: E-scooter use in Dorset: Police will act on illegal use THE use of specific rental e-scooters became legal in Bournemouth and Poole through a Government-approved trial last month - but people might not be aware of all the laws. Only the e-scooters available for hire from Beryl are permitted on public roads, with privately-owned e-scooters still not permitted. Beryl has launched the scheme with a fleet of 50 e-scooters and there is potential for this to be increased subject to demand once lockdown eases. The hire offering could also spread into Chris
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  3. Perhaps they're working to the now established 'Fownhope' method - expect a very large bill and an open ended timetable to finish the work.
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  4. Update 25Feb2021 I was walking over the Wye bridge and two BBLP employees were looking at the broken railings and temporary barrier fix. I asked when the path railing repairs would be done and the BBLP employee said that their visit was the initial scope and repairs to follow. To be continued
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  5. And there should be an online sales tax and online retailers warehouses should be rated as retail
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  6. Couple of points = there is a cycle route along the link road. OK is is not segregated but it is there and is well used = the traffic on Blueschool/Newmarket has not really reduced because through traffic is allowed to use it. The road signs do not indicate that the link road should be used for through traffic - why not? Also probably sat navs do not direct to the link road. For example a local company Hereford Quarries have most of their vehicles ignoring the link road! Be proactive and traffic in the centre can be reduced as then can be the width of Blueschool/Newmarket = spe
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  7. Company claims dog poo litter in Hereford has risen massively By James Thomas, Hereford Times - 18th February 2021 A waste company has claimed dog poo litter is up 200 per cent since the coronavirus lockdown started WALKING the dog has become one of the few opportunities to get outside for some fresh air during lockdown, but it has come at a stinking, germ-ridden cost, according to a cleaning company. Divert.co.uk, a dog poo litter removal company, claimed dog poo litter in Hereford has been "up 200 per cent since lockdown", which it says is a "clear indicator that not all dog o
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  8. Cllr John Harrington has replied to your question Andy here 👉 https://fb.watch/3Fexn12GRQ/
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  9. Can we have the traffic lights turned off or at least made part-time from 7pm -7am?
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  10. Why is so much through traffic still allowed to use Newmarket/Blueschool Streets when the plan was for it to use the Link Road, This would then allow work to those streets so as to provide an easier pedestrian connection between the OLM and the city centre and a more pleasant environment?
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  11. Why are you always so negative? This needs to go over to the Worcester Road not end at Ledbury Road
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  12. What a fantastic idea !! The youth service took a large hit back in 2008 when the credit crunch happened not fault of there’s now with limited options for adventure community hubs this would be great place to build on offering that along with many others to enjoy and explore the beauty of the river and Herefordshire history!!
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  13. Oh fabulous!! This has to be one of the most exciting developments I've seen in a very long time! Seriously, that's made my day!
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  14. I could not agree more. Make it happen..
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  15. We will see more and more of this as retail units close now that retail to residential change of planning has become automatic. Surely, the Council has some responsibility in terms of approving design? Otherwise, we will have a growing cohort of slum-housing within the city centre.
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  16. What is "the ongoing development of the river as a tourist attraction"? Are we ever going to see the transport hub at the railway station? Electric buses are a great idea but they are of little difference to diesel for the passenger if they just sit in a queue of traffic
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  17. I think you should send this link to the new £155k pa* CEO - let's see how "passionate" he really is "about shaping and delivering better outcomes and outstanding public services for residents, businesses and visitors". *near enough the same as the PM at £158k!
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  18. A binman who was employed by an agency has been informed that he will not be working for Herefordshire Council again after the incident in which he had a momentary 'meltdown' and decided to kick the head off a snowman in Hereford on Tuesday while collecting the bins in the area. Our View: Although you may argue his behaviour was maybe a little odd, we're not sure that it warranted the man losing his job after he had a lapse of judgment. His employers are behaving like 'snowflakes' after all, it's just a snowman which would have naturally disappeared within a few days anyway.
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  19. I agree with Colin. The design of the Old Market neglected to merge it with the historic centre. However, those who were involved in the preliminary debates will remember we were promised BlueschoolStreet/Newmarket Street would be downgraded to a ‘leafy boulevard’ with vehicles tricking by at walking pace. We were told the bulk of traffic would be diverted along the new inner ring-road! Of course, none of this has happened and the Old Market exists as a separate entity. It will now wither as a severed limb unless those plans to bring it within the central core are revisited.
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