David Wilson Homes Development (on the old King's School site on Fence Avenue) are obliged to remove the mud from the highway; a truck moves up and down the road all day, every day. The consequence is severe erosion of the road surface. The resulting grit is thrown onto the pavements by the passage of the truck. Apart from looking a mess it finds its way down our driveways and into our homes. We used to have a footpath cleaning vehicle pass up and down regularly but it no longer comes. Our councillor (Mick Warren) and the developer's agent Andrew Taylor have promised many times that this issue would be addressed but it never happens. I am writing on behalf of myself and all my neighbours on the Avenue below the site towards Hurdsfield Road.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 13:49, Tuesday 21 February 2023