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Category Archives: Neighbourhood inspection
As promised Enjoy has repaired the wall between the Harbour and the Swimming Pool and we are all very appreciative of Enjoy’s good work in our area.
Good news. The dilapidated wall below the swimming pool that was shown in the post dated 24th October will be repaired by Enjoy.
Building Control will repair the wall between the Coastguard Houses and Church Street.
We will let you know when the work has been done.
Following our recent estate inspection we are most grateful to Scottish Water who have acted so quickly to replace the defective rodding eye, drain cover and toby cover in the harbour area. There is work still to be done in Church Street and Victoria Street and we will keep you posted when Scottish Water have [...]
We have had a most encouraging response from the East Lothian Council. Parts of the footway on both sides of Church Street and Castle Street are to be rekerbed and resurfaced in early 2012.
We met with the Dunbar Traders’ Association recently. It was pointed out to us at that meeting that Lamer Street is an [...]
The recent inspection revealed many examples of roads and pavements breaking up in our area. We know that funds are tight and that similar work is needed elsewhere in the town but we hope that our report, which highlights where work could usefully be carried out, will be of help to the Traffic and Transport [...]
We found seven examples of potentially dangerous structures in our area during the recent inspection. If they could be tidied up and repaired it would enhance the look of the place. It would also eliminate any associated risks of accidents. Details have been sent to the Building Control Department and we will keep you updated [...]
450 invitations were sent out to tenants and residents in the area to find out who was willing to participate in an inspection of our neighbourhood. This exercise has now been completed and the full report is available to anyone who would like to attend our next meeting on 15th November in the Methodist Church [...]
On Tuesday 20th September the Group meets in the Methodist Hall at 7:00 to allocate parts of our neighbourhood for an estate inspection. We will walk our streets together in teams to record such things as broken pavements, potholes, damaged lighting,blocked drains, dog fouling, flytipping, graffiti, dangerous structures or traffic problems. This initiative has [...]