latest accident waiting to happen has been resurfaced and painted and the last set of photographs are now
available to view.
You may need to be reminded that this series of 89 photographs were taken by a photographer who wishes to remain anonymous. Bexley council’s reputation for attacking residents who criticise it is widespread. His final set was accompanied by these words…
The legacy of this estimated £220,000 project is:- Residents now use the pavement to reverse into the road because the traffic islands, moved closer to their drives, makes it impossible to do anything else. For safety reasons visitors have now been seen parking with all four wheels on the pavement. Traffic speeds has not been reduced and the road now has dangerous width restrictions.