Following a recent meeting between Woodvale’s Cath and Pat Regan with Ainsdale’s Cllr Haydn Preece and Richard Perrett of One Vision Housing (OVH), additional repairs and painting are under way on the Sandbrook Way fencing.

fence 2Above: Fencing at Sandbrook Way long overdue for attention but now finally getting sorted out, following residents’ meeting with OVH.

fence paint 4Above: earlier improvements following local people pressure.

See also

http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/sandbrook-way-fence-repairs.html

OVH advise us that materials are on order for some new fencing and due to be installed within the next few weeks.

Thanks to OVH and Cllr Preece for their support in making these things happen. 

The local Woodvale slum issue is also a pressing one.

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Cllr Preece stated…

“We have enormous issues with the Sandbrook Way flats and retail shops. The hopes of a buyer to take over the site and residents to be relocated appear to have been dashed as potential offers have been withdrawn as I understand the current situation. I am in constant touch with Council senior officers and our Chief Executive who are very aware of the situation. Private landlords and property owners have the responsibility to ensure the building internally and externally is liveable and safe. I question both at this time. ”
The fight for Woodvale improvements continues. 

 

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