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Streetlights repaired in Gatley

by Lib Dem team on 29 September, 2012

After being reported by the Lib Dem team, several streetlights in the centre of Gatley and one under the railway bridge have been repaired by the Council. We’ve reported a number of other lights for repair, including on Old Hall Road and the passageway between Belmont Road and South Park Road, Gatley. Please do report […]

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Streetlights and footpaths

by Lib Dem team on 13 September, 2012

The Lib Dem team have reported five faulty streetlights in central Gatley for repair – two opposite the Horse & Farrier, one outside the Tatton, one under the railway bridge and one at by the triangle on Old Hall Road. We’ve also asked the Council to cut back vegetation on the passageways from South Park […]

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Stockport Transportation capital programme 2012-13

by Lib Dem team on 5 June, 2012

Here are the details of how Stockport Council will spend nearly £10 million for the year 2012-13 on improving transportation across the Borough. This includes improvements to roads and pavements, structures and drainage as well as a number of other items. It doesn’t include the extra £1 million the Lib Dems have allocated to spending […]

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Stockport’s streetlight revolution starting now

by Lib Dem team on 9 March, 2012

Streetlights across many of our main roads in Stockport are set to become brighter, cheaper to run and cleverer thanks to a Lib Dem initiative being proposed by Cllr Iain Roberts. The nearly-£2 million investment will see new light put on 8% of the streetlights.  The lamps burn brighter and whiter, so are better for […]

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Stockport Council will be repairing all faulty streetlights in Orchard and Rosewood Gardens shortly. The problem has arisen because the roads are not adopted by the Council – they are still in the ownership of the developer who therefore has responsibility for fixing these sorts of problems. Since the Lib Dem team intervened, Council officers […]

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Faulty streetlights and potholes reported

by Lib Dem team on 18 October, 2011

The Lib Dem team have been out and about and we’ve reported a few faulty streetlights and potholes including: potholes on Appleby Road, Gainford Avenue, Buttermere Road and Grasmere Road in Gatley streetlight outside 47 Gatley Road, Cheadle streetlight on Gatley Road by railway bridge, Gatley streetlight on Pendlebury Road, opposite the entrance to Hyldavale […]

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Time to report faulty streetlights

by Lib Dem team on 18 August, 2011

Faulty streetlights can be reported at any time, of course, but as the nights start to draw in we want to make sure our roads are well lit before autumn arrives so please keep a look out if you’re out and about after dark. The best way to report a streetlight is to make a […]

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The document below shows the money Stockport Council is spending on its capital transport programme in 2011/12. That’s things like big pavement and road resurfacing. Stockport, like every council, doesn’t have nearly enough money to repair everything we’d like. Council officers look across the Borough each year and allocate money to what they see as […]

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Broadway fix-up

by Lib Dem team on 26 November, 2010

I don’t know what it is about Broadway – the streetlights seem to break more often than elsewhere.  Just chance, probably. Coming back from Cheadle Village Partnership yesterday I spotted lights 19, 24 and 26 on Broadway aren’t working. I also reported a pothole at the junction of Barcheston Road and Broadway, and one of […]

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New post – small but worthwhile achievements

by Lib Dem team on 21 October, 2010

For the best part of a year a resident of Hawthorn Road, Gatley has been asking for a sign near the Gatley Green Co-op to be replaced.  It’s obviously taken a bash at some time and was bent. Pam and I have been chasing this up, and now it’s been replaced.  I saw yesterday that […]

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