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peter goodbarn

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We live in a group of 5 remote houses where the only access is via a disused railway bridge. Signs s

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We live in a group of 5 remote houses where the only access is via a disused railway bridge. Signs suddenly appeared on the bridge limiting vehicles to 10 Tonnes. We were due a delivery of concrete, we have had to cancel this. We were having concrete blocks delivered, now cancelled. 4 out of five homes have oil central heating (no gas), delivery tankers weigh more than 10 Tonnes. A fire engine weighs more than 10 Tonnes. Coal delivery..... on and on. Will they be strengthening the bridge, after all our homes were here before the railway. Where does responsibility lay to give us continued access?? No consultation, just an after the event letter addressed to the resident. Not good enough.

BROOKIE

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what a joke driving on major trunking roads are at the moment . I only drove to luton went through 8

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what a joke driving on major trunking roads are at the moment . I only drove to luton went through 8 sets of road works rows and rows of traffic cones serving no purpose whats so ever. thayve ever started leaving them out on the hard shoulder ready for the next upset. what really get are backs up is when no one is working there all night just one blok asleep in lane three the a1 is the same north thayve even dumped a camara van there when you get diverted through cattrick village.the problem is no ones policeing these lunatics thay do what thay like when thay like. I make no wounder HGV drivers are in short demand there fed up with the roadworks on a night.

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