I guess it's a prime example of end of tax year, so work being done, poorly, low cost and low brain usage too.
Lots of complaints have been made about the bad management of this to DCC. It's appalling really, you'd think by watching them that they have no idea how to resurface a road or use traffic lights.
Just been told by one of the workman they hope to finish in two weeks time. People living along the Exeter Road had letters saying the work would generally be undertaken between the hours of 07:hrs and 22:00hrs (Monday to Sunday)
Ziggy, typical work ethic in this country. Start at 12-noon finish at 4 pm...... Teignbridge Council needs to get their act together and clear the storm damage at Coryton Cove...... By the look of Tucks Plot, there will be many months before this project is anywhere near completion.
Not much going on at the moment, quite a few workman arrived but nothing started. I was talking to a lorry driver on Saturday waiting to unload and he wasn't very happy he said he was told to be there at 7am (the time work was supposed to start) and no one turned up until 9am it was then 12.noon and work just about to begin.
Please keep us posted with the situation Ziggy.
Which Council was this FOI request made to?
Most drivers haven't got much sense when it comes the noise of a siren from any emergency vehicle. Some don't hear them, (radio to loud),, some panic when they do, others mostly older folk are hard of hearing anyway. They can be heard quite a distance from when you first hear it, Pull in where it is safe to do so. even if that means speeding up first to gain a bit of distance to find a place. You ...
Bad idea, if drivers in Dawlish did not safely mount pavements then emergency services would never get through, especially in the summer with the holiday traffic. Also I have seen many emergency vehicles parked on pavements, recently an ambulace was in attendance in High Street forcing all drivers on to the pavement to get around it. This device would not know if it was an emergency vehicle or ...
Nothing on the water fowl page. Probably the best place to ask.