Hounslow West 13/03/2010

Picked up quite a lot today and also saw Labour out and about (wonder how much they picked up?).  Here goes:

1) Graffiti

I have already reported the following on Sutton Lane (reference 1083219):

I also noticed tagging on the wall at the entrance (not yet reported):

Near 2 Heathdale Avenue:

Opposite 4 Standard Road:

Opposite 16 Standard Road:

Osborne Road (near junction with Stafford Road):

Side of shop on Wellington Road North (junction with Osborne Road):

Bus Stop on Staines Road (near junction with Wivenhoe Court):

Near 35 Osborne Road:

Laurel Gardens (near junction with Barrack Road):

171 Martindale Road:

Next to 77 Cambridge Road:

2) Utility boxes

Bowness Drive:

Near 1 Ferndale Avenue:

And the most odd of all opposite 42 Sutton Lane:

3) Drains

The following need some attention.  First near 14 Grosvenor Road:

Grosvenor Road again (near junction with Wellington Road North):

4) Highways

Near 1 Grosvenor Road:

Near 2d Stafford Road:

Near 5 Grosvenor Road:

19 Grosvenor Road:

Opposite 30 Standard Road:

Opposite 84 Cambridge Road:

Footway outside 9 Corporation Avenue:

11 Charter Crescent:

21 Charter Crescent:

46 Charter Crescent:

60 Charter Crescent:

12 Sutton Lane:

15 Ravensdale Road:

A really good job was done opposite 18/20 Bowness Road after I reported it:

4) Street Cleaning in Osborne Road

Great to see on a Saturday:

5) Litter

Next to 54 Sutton Lane:

Next to 160 Martindale Road:

Barrack Road junction with Cardington Square:

6) Smashed glass

Near bridge on Sutton Lane:

7) Empty Properties

155 Wellington Road North has been empty for a while.  I will see if steps are being taken to bring it back into use?

A majority of the flats at St Pauls Court (off Standard Road) appeared to be empty:

But good to see the following in Wellington Road North now in use.  I remember chasing these when empty a 3 or so years ago:

8.) Beaversfield Park

Another Park looking really nice:

9) And

I could not help but notice the following on Staines Road:

Will report most sections (not section 9) on Monday morning.

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One Response to “Hounslow West 13/03/2010”

  1. Mark Savage Says:

    I appreciate your attention to broken utility cabinets on the streets of the area, Mark. This is something that has bugged me for some time. Why are they allowed to get like this? Don’t the owners, be it Virgin Media or BT, have a legal obligation to keep them in good condition? I’ve seen them open with bare wires trailing everywhere more times than I care to mention; aren’t they a health and safety hazard, particularly to children?

    Or is it just down to the increasing problem of theft of copper cables? I’d very much like to know the background to all this. Meanwhile, keep up the good work on getting it ‘sorted’.

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