Wednesday, 17 September 2014


 Following a
my meeting with senior Representatives from Persimmons this is the latest news.

The Path leading to Caddick Road needs a finale layer of tar mac and then the path can be reopened. this should be done in about a fortnight.

They have agreed with me that there there will be a new path (pedestrian) leading from the end of the Booths Lane section carriage way, of the Persimmons site to where it joins the current pavement area of Booths Lane leading to Sandy Lane. ( the Taylor Wimpey Edge) There will be no need to walk around the edge of the site then.This will replace the old path which is no longer usable.

There is a lot of on going finishing and land scape maintenance work to be completed which includes further tree planting. This work may take some months but should not unduly effect resident and will become the responsibility of Cameron Homes.

A lamppost is due to be connected by the power company at the edge of the site where it meets the old Booths Lane.
A no through Road sign will be placed as a temporary measure nearer the Queslett road end of Booths Lane

When it comes to the opening up of Booths Lane for traffic like the rest of us Persimmons are in the hands of the Taylor Wimpey developers. The Persimmons section could be opened other agreed.

I am still waiting for Taylor Wimpey to agree dates for a meeting of the residents Councillors working Party in connection with their development.

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