I was informed about a defect near 40 Heston Avenue. Looks like it had been repaired by the time I arrived:
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Managed to begin delivering the latest leaflet and got quite a few out considering the up and down nature of the weather.
Not as many things picked up as usual:
My blog does reflect how much tagging and graffiti I report. It does not capture the amount of flyposting I report partly because I do not wish to advertise such businesses. Here is an example near 159 High Street, Cranford, from yesterday:
2) Damaged utility box
The following is in Somerset Waye (near the junction with Cranford Lane):
3) Grass verges
I know I have commented about this before. I think it is a shame when people drive over these. The first is outside 139a Brabazon Road:
4) New Community Centre
I was pleased to see the following (previous pictures showed it boarded up):
Was pleased to see something I reported had been repaired to a good standard:
Outside 39 Cobham Road:
6) The UK Flag being flown with pride
Great to see outside Cranford Community College – sorry for no close up:
What will Colin Ellar and Robin Taylor if they see this?
Will report matters, where appropriate, tomorrow.
What is interesting about looking out for environmental issues as I go out and about campaigning is that some issues exist everywhere and other issues are more obvious in some areas as compared to others. For example, I was pleased that I saw hardly any graffiti in the first half of the session.
I was pleased to see new trees on the Brabazon Estate. I am not sure if these trees are part of the extra 1000 trees pledge but was great to see nonetheless.
Here are some things to report:
1) Footway defects
The first one is on the corner of 59 Northfield Road – some could trip here:
2) Grass verges
One of the things that concerned me most yesterday was the damage to the grass verges. Apart from not looking nice, when these have to be repaired, there is a cost to the taxpayer. In some parts of the Borough such damage has been prevented with the use of bollards but as per a previous posting, this are not always popular.
The first was outside 2 Meadow Waye:
There were some others but not as bad as the above.
I did say at the top that I did not see much at the beginning but many of the utility boxes in Wentworth Road were covered. They were at: