In May, the City Council’s Refuse & Environment & Streets and Open Spaces teams ran a ‘ward blitz’ in Queen Edith’s, focussing on areas highlighted by councillors as needing attention.
They will be reporting on this work at the next South Area meeting as well as reporting on how they have addressed specific problems identified by councillors. In Queen Edith’s, these include:
- verge parking on Mowbray and Fendon Roads
- smoking-related litter in streets near Addenbrooke’s and Long Road Sixth Form College
- dog fouling at Nightingale Rec and in Gunhild Way, Godwin Way and Godwin Close; purchase of dog bag dispenser for Nightingale Rec
- deep cleanse of Holbrook Park
At the meeting there will be a chance to ask questions and raise any issues.
7pm, Cherry Hinton Village Centre, Colvill Road, Monday 29th June.