Posts Tagged ‘Kingston Avenue’

Feltham North (things to report) 27/03/10 – part 1

March 28, 2010

1) Graffiti

83 Staines Road:

211 Staines Road:

293 Staines Road:

Located at entrance to path from Staines Road to Ruskin Avenue (nearest house is 379) – this is previously reported and I will ask why the tagging was not previously cleared:

At shop on Staines Road/Cassiobury Avenue junction:

2) Highways

I posted on Friday about the resurfacing of Staines Road.  Here is the worst bit (at junction with Kingston Avenue):

Outside 277 Staines Road.  I will see if things appear the same in the next few days:

More to come but I am having technical difficulties.

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Urgent Carriageway repair (Resurfacing) – Staines Road, J/W Green Lane Hounslow and Staines Road, Feltham (between Kingston Avenue –Cassiobury Avenue)

March 26, 2010

I received the following yesterday:

“The above Highways Repair Works have been included in our programme funded by TFL.

In accordance with the Departmental Consultative Procedure, residents have been informed by letter of the nature, extent, commencement date and duration of works, copies of which is enclosed.”

Residents on Staines Road have received the following:

“I am pleased to inform you that the above repair works is part of an approved maintenance programme for your area funded by TFL.

It is due to start at night on 29 March 2010 and the main works should be completed by 1st of April 2010. The works will be carried out between 8pm to 6am Monday to Friday working. The contractor will advise of any changes to these dates by the placing of signs on the road. Contractor will be Ringway Tel:( 07764774868)

Access to properties within the resurfacing limits will be maintained as far as is reasonably practical and will be subject to the Contractor’s traffic control. Unfortunately there will be delays. Emergency access will not be affected.

Any road markings will be replaced as a separate operation, usually within one week of the surfacing work.

I apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by these urgent works and ask for your assistance in avoiding parking on street whilst it is in progress.”

This is good news as some bad potholes emerged after the bad weather.  No-one could argue that this road is heavily used.