This morning, I spent nearly three hours on an estate inspection. It never ceases to amaze me how many things are picked up on these inspections.
We started in the lovely Lavender Court. We are very lucky in Feltham North to have two Sheltered Homes (Owen House being the other one) that are amongst the best in the Borough.
The place looked very good, as usual, and it was interesting to see the works begin on a new Conservatory. The base was being put down:
The damaged wall was outside 30 Becketts Close:
We then visited some the two blocks in Becketts Close. The following tagging was outside 57-76 Becketts Close:
Here is the entrance to 57-76. I have asked for the windows to be cleaned and for some of the flyposting (taxi & racist stickers) to be removed:
The following tagging was outside 21 Becketts Close:
This was at the rear of 37-56 Becketts Close. I was not certain if there was a blocked train under this but have asked for this to be checked:
This garage area was at the rear of 37-56 Becketts Close and 110 Field Road. I will ask for these void garages to be given some attention:
I have asked Hounslow Homes to investigate whether they have responsibility for the following and if they do, to carry out an urgent repair. It is next to the Garage for 68 Becketts Close:
The following pothole was outside 247 Field Road. I think that this area is the responsibility of Hounslow Homes:
The following damaged wall is opposite 152 Field Road:
The following cracked slabs are outside 110 Field Road:
This is at the rear of 108 Field Road. I will be asking Hounslow Homes to remove the green fencing as residents have expressed concern that people are using the broken fence to climb onto the wall. The tagging on the wall also needs to be removed:
The following security light, according to residents, is not working. It is located at the rear of 249 Field Road:
A lot to report. Will do today.