When the council updated the street lighting recently, we expected it would be cheaper, greener and more efficient. Instead, some are on all day, others off all night and some yet to be plugged in.
After many emails they are not all put right. We believe that the Street Lighting Team need to undertake a review of ALL the new lights (day and night) to ensure our lights work right!
Have you noticed that bins are disappearing from well populated areas (such as the Bakers Arms) recently? This is leading to an increase in littering.
If you have noticed the removal of a bin in your area, please let us know.
Despite his strong support for Leave, our Labour MP has refused to say anything about what happens next and how the government should approach Brexit. Indeed, he has claimed that his views on the EU ‘have nothing to do with his work as an MP’.
Lib Dem Parliamentary Spokesperson for Leyton and Wanstead, Ben Sims, said: “Whether you supported Remain or Leave, we need to know what happens next and the government needs to be held to account. He gets paid to represent us, not to hide away from the biggest issue facing Britain. John Cryer needs to speak out and let us know where he stands on Brexit.
Your Leyton Lib Dem Focus Team are still waiting for the Council to explain why they agreed to an extra floor on the flats at the corner of Leyton High Road and Coopers Lane, using officer delegated powers, without any consultation.
It has become a common sight in our roads to see the gutters overgrown with weeds and grass. It would seem that street cleaning is not being done properly. Farmer Road residents have not been the only ones to highlight this problem. Your local Lib Dem team has taken this issue up with the Council and ask that the gutters Farmer Road and others in the area are properly cleaned.
Residents on the Beaumont Estate have complained that there are no rubbish bins in which they can place their dogs mess. Focus Team member Bob Sullivan has taken this issue up with L&Q Housing Association.
Many residents have complained to us about the increased aircraft noise over their homes. Without consultation new flight paths came into operation this year and to make matters worse our new London Mayor was quick to grant City Airport their extension. A watchdog group formed to reverse the flight paths has been formed of MPs, Councils and the Greater London Authority.
Focus Team member Rupert Alexander said, “Our environment is under threat from polluting aircraft. There is a review of Airspace/Flight paths next February. We will be making sure residents’ concerns are taken into account in the review.”