RBWM are sorry for the continued issues that some residents are experiencing with their waste and recycling collection services.
Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, says:
“I am bitterly disappointed by the continued poor level of service that Serco is delivering to our residents for their waste and recycling collections. On Monday 14 September, only 75% of scheduled waste collection routes were completed which is completely unacceptable. I fully appreciate this doesn’t help with the immediate issue that some residents are experiencing but we have insisted that Serco deploys significant additional resources this week, at their cost, to get to a position where they have caught up with previous missed collections and they can properly assess their new routes. This will eventually enable them to make improvements and ultimately reach a position where missed collections are the exception and the majority of collections take place as scheduled, thereby delivering the kind of service we expect and deserve. Finally I want to reiterate that, moving forward, if your individual bin has been missed on your scheduled collection day, you need to report it on our website using the ‘report it’ function so that Serco has a record and can add it to their list of missed bins to collect. Any missed bins from this week will be collected by Serco over the weekend (19/20 September). Please make sure your bin is out by 7am and be aware that collections may happen up until 7pm.”
If for any reason you don’t receive a collection over the weekend and you are expecting one, please report it via our website: click here. To ensure you receive the latest waste collection figures, please follow the Royal Borough Twitter and Facebook pages.
We are pleased to confirm the under 12s playground is now open. There are conditions of use which are clearly signed throughout the park and shown on the poster below – please be aware the toilets remain closed.
The Audit for the year ended 31st March 2020 has commenced and in accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and the Accounts and Audit (England) regulations 2015 the exercise of public rights has commenced.
Councillor Clark, lead member for highways and infrastructure, says: “Many councils have installed pride crossings or painted thank you signs on their roads during the coronavirus pandemic. I want to find out what you want and how we can celebrate the uniqueness of the Royal Borough.
“The consultation runs until 12 September and I would encourage you to have your say.”
The results will be reviewed and collated and proposals will be considered before any work starts. It is likely any work will take place next year.
There is to be a temporary road closure at the level crossing on the A30 London Road, Sunningdale. Emergency services will be provided access at all times.
Date & times: From 23:30 hours on Monday 31st August until 05:30 hours on Tuesday 1st September 2020
Location: between its junctions with the B383 Broomhall Lane and Ridge Mount Road.
Diversion: For eastbound traffic is from the A30 junction with Grove End (slip road) to the A322, southbound past junction 3 of the M3, to the junction with the A319 Bagshot Road. The diversion route continues eastwards, via the A319 Vicarage Road, to Chobham following the B383 Windsor Road, then northwards via the B383 Chobham Road, to rejoin the A30 at Sunningdale. For traffic travelling westwards the diversion will by this route reversed except the link between the A322 and the A30 is an unnamed slip road. For vehicles over 7.5 Tonnes there will be an alternative diversion in place via the M25 & M3.
Reasons: To facilitate level crossing maintenance works.
Applicant: Centurion on behalf of Network Rail.
Contact: Ms Abbie Horton of Centurion Traffic on behalf of Network Rail. Her telephone number is 01132 775 360.
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