Archive for the ‘Arundel Road’ Category

Violets in South Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 14 March, 2014

One of the things I love about South Cheam at this time of year, is the number of Violets you spot growing in the verges and in peoples front gardens.  They are a delight to behold.  I was especially pleased to see the white violets in Cuddington Way.  I do wonder if someone planted them […]

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A depression in Arundel Road

by Mary Burstow on 19 February, 2014

I have reported to Sutton Council, a depression appearing in Arundel Road.  I am guessing, that due to the excessive rainfall, the ground has shifted under the road, causing the depression.  I am pleased to have already heard from the council that engineers will be infilling the depression in the next few weeks and putting […]

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Work on the Manor Road Basin is complete

by Mary Burstow on 17 February, 2014

I am very pleased that at last work on the Manor Road Basin by Transport for London has now finished. The concrete basin was built in the 1930’s and was designed to hold run off water from the A217.  In recent years it has become more of a rubbish dump, that a basin to hold […]

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Just what is happening in Manor Road?

by Mary Burstow on 22 November, 2013

  For a long time, the concrete basin at the junction of Manor Road, Arundel Road and the A217 has looked dreadful.  It was a magnet for fly tipping and litter, especially thoughtless dog walkers who threw their dog poo bags into the basin.  In the summer anti social individuals liked to gather in the […]

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Manor Road being resurfaced

by Mary Burstow on 19 September, 2013

I am so pleased to see that Manor Road is at last being resurfaced.  In recent years is has become increasingly pot holed and uneven.  Thank you Sutton Council.

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